US deportations fuel fears of gang violence in El Salvador

Salvadorans are worried that the threat of deportations by the US will see an influx of criminals into the impoverished Central American country.

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    San Salvador - Salvadorans are worried that the threat of deportations by the US will see an influx of criminals into their impoverished Central American country.

    The region has been plagued by gang violence for decades, much of it originating in US cities.


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