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Story Publication logo March 25, 2011

Salvadorans Question Obama on Anniversary of Romero's Death


Image by Roberto Lovato, El Salvador, 2011

President Obama's visit to Latin America (March 2011) is supposed to put U.S. relations with its...

Will Obama apologize for the U.S government's role in funding and backing the regimes responsible for the deaths of Oscar Romero and 80,000 other Salvadorans?

On the 31st anniversary of the assassination of Archbishop Óscar Arnulfo Romero by U.S.-trained paramilitaries, Salvadorans look to President Obama for clues to their country's future relationship with the United States.


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