Two decades before fellow Salvadoran women could vote, Prudencia Ayala became the first woman to run for president in Latin America.
Was President Nayib Bukele's tough-on-crime approach the solution? International Crisis Group's Tiziano Breda says there’s more to the story.
In spite of his political battles at home and criticism from abroad, El Salvador’s president ends his first year in office with an approval rating north of 90 percent.
From a daily tracker of cases in Latin America, to podcasts and online events with public health experts, AS/COA is monitoring the novel coronavirus and its impact on the region.
The president marched into the National Assembly with armed soldiers on February 6 after a group of legislators held up funding for his national security strategy.