An additional 70 others were beaten, sexually assaulted, extorted, or tortured by gangs, former intimate partners and Salvadoran police or security personnel, Human Rights Watch said in a statement summarizing the findings.
The report calls for the U.S.to reverse recent restrictions on migration and refugee rights, as well as to expand the prerequisites for asylum.
For instance, 17-year-old Javier escaped gang recruitment in 2010 and sought asylum in the U.S. where his mother Jennifer had already fled.
Worldwide law binding on the United States prohibits the return of anyone to a country where they face serious risks to their lives or safety.
The United Nations reported previous year that killings in El Salvador, a majority of them linked to gang conflict, have declined from a peak of more than 6,000 in 2015. Since being inaugurated as president of El Salvador, Bukele has mostly focused on aligning himself with President Donald Trump, who has worked to curb immigration from Central America to the United States.
After living in the US for five years, cousins Walter T. and Gaspar T. were deported to their home country of El Salvador in 2019, where they were ripped from their beds one night and beaten by police, according to a new report by Human Rights Watch. She added, "We are deeply concerned by the Trump administration's effort to literally eviscerate the right to seek asylum in the United States". Jacinto was shot dead in public just two weeks after our interview. Óscar now moves between houses in hiding.
The number of Salvadorans fleeing has soared, with asylum applicants in the United States increasing by nearly 1,000% in five years to 60,000 in 2017, according to U.N. figures, the Guardian reported.
An undated file photo shows a local leader of the Mara Salvatrucha gang showing a hand sign in a cell at the detention center in El Salvador.
Cousins "Walter T." and "Gaspar T." fled gang recruitment when they were 16 and 17 years old, respectively. It also accused the United States of "putting Salvadorans in harm's way in circumstances where it knows or should know that harm is likely".
In the case of police, they often assume anyone the USA has sent back has gang ties or was convicted of a violent crime, the organization said.
The thrashings went on there for three days, according to the men.
Between 2014-2018 the US deported about 111,000 Salvadorans back to their homeland, which has always been in the grip of fierce gang violence. They come to the gate in front of his house and threaten to kill him.
Rolling back the programs would open up over 900,000 Salvadorans to deportation, many of whom would appear as immediate targets for gangs.
The dire security situation is well documented, but despite this, the USA continues to deport Salvadorans to face abuse and even death, according to HRW.
"No government, United Nations agency, or nongovernmental organization has systematically monitored what happens to deported persons once back in El Salvador". "Salvadoran deportees from specific neighborhoods or those who lived in the United States for some time, face additional heightened and unique risks".
Some longtime US residents who were sent back ran afoul of criminals because they no longer knew the "many unspoken rules" of Salvadoran society, the group said, arguing that's a reason to curtail deportations and welcome those migrants streaming north. The remaining three-quarters either lack papers, hold a temporary status, or have a pending asylum claim.
Parker told the Post that a majority of the Salvadorans - 109 - were sent home during the Obama administration.
As noted in the SPRP, WHO assesses that the outbreak poses a very high risk in China , and high risk regionally and globally. However, calling the virus a pandemic would take it to a new level since that term refers to a more global outbreak.
Also, former skipper Michael Clarke, Adam Gilchrist, and Andrew Symonds will participate in the much-awaited series. Steve Waugh and Mel Jones may even be a part of the marketing campaign, though they won't play.
At evening's end, when Pelosi was leaving the Capitol , she said of Trump's address: "It was a manifesto of mistruths". Trump appeared to have rejected a handshake from the speaker, which was followed by the Speaker tearing up the speech.
He was shooting 41.3% from deep in 40 games for the Wizards, the most contests he's played in during a campaign since 2016-17. However, any deals for the Lakers to improve their team would have likely had to include third-year forward Kyle Kuzma .
The charges stemmed from Trump's request for Ukraine to investigate Hunter and Joe Biden on unsubstantiated corruption claims. While in China, he helped arrange for Jonathan Li, CEO of Bohai Capital, to "shake hands" with Vice President Biden.
Trump - only the third USA president to be impeached - has railed against Democrats for weeks over the issue. Right before the speech on Tuesday, the Senate will be finishing up the impeachment trial .
As of February 4, 308 Canadians have asked for help to leave the country, but the plane can only accommodate about 250 passengers. Henry explained that she does expect the case to be confirmed there, and if so, this will be the fifth case seen in Canada.
He was put under 24-hour police surveillance on his release, and sources have said he was an "extremely concerning individual". The bill will be introduced to the Commons on Tuesday before being fast-tracked through the Lords for Royal Assent.
They range in effect from feeling a mild illness, like a common cold, to severe pneumonia that would put someone in the hospital. The patient was tested for the coronavirus because they had traveled to Beijing, China, within two weeks, said Dr.
Valanciunas, Grizzlies shut down Pistons
Dillon Brooks had some harsh words for Iguodala following the Grizzlies' win over the Detroit Pistons on Monday night. Reggie Jackson finished the game 1 of 16 from the field for Detroit, and Sekou Doumboya was 2 of 15.
Principal who suggested Kobe Bryant deserved to die apologizes
He said the two had consensual sex, and prosecutors later dropped the felony sexual assault charge at the request of the accuser. She also apologized for the disruption her post caused at school Monday and referred to it as "a personal, visceral reaction".
Second case of coronavirus confirmed in Metro Vancouver area
While it has not been confirmed whether the woman's relatives are infected, Henry said transmission is assumed in the household. Meanwhile, a flight chartered by the Canadian government is set to repatriate Canadians trapped in China's quarantine zone.