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Can a gang truce in El Salvador open the door to lasting peace?
by Lauren Villagran
The Christian Science Monitor Translate This Article
24 October 2012
On 24 October 2012 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
For years El Salvador battled gangs with prison sentences and an iron fist. But a gang truce brokered in March has lasted longer than anyone expected, with homicide rates plummeting. The streets of El Salvador's toughest barrios are quieter than they have been in years -- a disquieting tranquillity, residents say, because it has come from a truce no one believed possible between two of the country's most violent rival gangs. Hopes are growing that the pact will last.
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