Clinton faces early test of human-rights ideals ON POLITICS
U.N. probe links army to killings in El Salvador
Aid caravan takes break in Towson Trucks bound for El Salvador
Salvadoran rebels, government debate reforms on brink of war's formal end
Trying, Against Odds, for National Reconciliation Pursuit of Past Can Jeopardize Peaceful Future EL SALVADOR By JOHN M. McCLINTOCK
U.N. official says Pentagon, CIA curb access to data on Salvador atrocities
Should aliens have the right to vote?
Jesuit sees hope for healing in El Salvador Priest replaced one of victims of assassination.
Quiet Talks Were the Beginning of the End of the Cold War in Latin America
Amnesty threatens Salvadoran peace Partial pardon could divide country
Salvadoran cease-fire signed, ending civil war fueled by East-West conflict
Dawn for El Salvador
Salvadorans pray for a lasting peace, and count their blessings in the U.S.
Salvador's suffering may at last be over
Salvadoran conflict ends, but U.S. burden of economic assistance remains
El Salvador's Happy New Year
Salvation for El Salvador
El Salvador is finally at peace, but democracy faces a tough battle
U.N. Observers Test Expanded Role in El Salvador
A new day in El Salvador
Cloud over El Salvador
Defense minister linked to killings in El Salvador
Lutheran bishop of El Salvador coming to...
Hispanic wave splashes across suburbs of D.C.
Ending El Salvador's tragic war
The Endless Cycle in Central America
Verdict in El Salvador
Colonel guilty in massacre Salvadoran jury acquits most co-defendants.
War-weariness led to pact in El Salvador, but peace is far from assured Left, right express relief at accord
Five arrested in protest at Sarbanes' office 5 opposing the war in El Salvador refused to leave Sarbanes' office.
Salvadoran emigres send food, aid to war survivors Organization has sent about $24,000 in humanitarian aid to survivors of civil war. By: Raymond L. Sanchez
El Salvador on brink of environmental catastrophe
U.S. major reportedly unmoved by priests' slayings
War in a Time Warp
LATIN IMMIGRANTS ESCAPE FROM TURMOIL BACK HOME
IMAGES: Notre Dame Prep student, teachers share vivid memories of El Salvador BACK FROM LATIN AMERICA
El Salvador's endless war
Salvadoran government, rebels reportedly reach accord, set talks on cease-fire
Salvadoran government and guerrillas reach a last-minute agreement . . . that clears the way for cease-fire talks to end their 11-year-old civil war
With major agreement elusive, cease-fire becomes Salvadorans' goal
Optimism high as El Salvador, rebels plan talks
Salvadoran rebel commander turns away from Marxist doctrine
Salvadoran rebels plan 3-day truce for elections
Meanwhile, Back in Central America . . . Problems Continue, Attention Flags By: JOHN M. McCLINTOCK
Crew of U.S. copter slain after Salvador rebel attack
Group recalls 6 Jesuits killed in El Salvador
Rising Salvador violence offers scant hope of peace