Brazil ran out with a new-look side, with coach Tite giving debuts to goalkeeper Neto and full-back Eder Militao as well as first starts to Richarlison at centre forward and Arthur in midfield. read more
While the Department of Homeland Security says it is not its policy to separate families, such cases have skyrocketed since the Trump administration began systematically arresting migrants for illegally crossing the border and separating children from... read more
Members of the Torre Fuerte (Strong Tower) church work inside a quarantine cell at the San Francisco Gotera prison, El Salvador. Brutal ‘mara’ street gangs and chronic poverty have made El Salvador one of the most murderous countries on the planet, but the growth of evangelical Christianity behind bars is giving gangsters a way to break the spiral of violence.
A Central American migrant, moving in a caravan through Mexico, sleeps on his belongings next to a railway line, in Tlaquepaque, in Jalisco state, Mexico. A group of 50 migrants who set out from southern Mexico in late March have reached the U.S. border, having endured the long journey despite threats by President Donald Trump to secure the border with National Guard personnel whereas others believed to arrive in upcoming days.
Gang life in the Central American country of El Salvador is hard and building a new life outside is no less difficult. Former gang members often struggle to find lodging and work, and may be rejected by their families. A bakery project by the Eben-Ezer evangelical church in San Salvador is turning out to be a second chance for a dozen ex-members of the feared 18th Street Gang.
A woman takes part in a procession during the celebration of the Palms and Flowers Festival in Panchimalco, El Salvador. The residents of Pabchimalco celebrate the yearly festival at the beginning of the rainy season to ask for a good harvest.
A woman escaped the Mara Salvatrucha gang and told prosecutors its members had kidnapped her and forced her into a “black widow” arranged marriage. After the wedding, her new husband was killed in order to collect an insurance policy. read more
A 45-day-old Bengal tiger cub (Panthera Tigris Tigris), is photographed at the Wild Shelter Foundation (FURESA) in Jayaque in El Salvador, 40 kilometres west of San Salvador, on January 31, 2017. Four Bengal tiger cubs, an endangered species, successfully born through normal delivery at the shelter.