• EL SALVADOR: CRACKDOWN ON COMPANIES LAUNDERING DRUG MONEY

    Spanish/Nat El Salvador is waging war in the law courts against new businesses set up to launder drug money. The Central American nation, commended by the United States for its efforts to combat narcotics trafficking, has become a favourite state through which to invest drugs money. New legislation is being drafted to block the illegal flow of U-S dollars into Salvadorean bank accounts. Laundering drug money is big business in El Salvador. Speculation linking modern private enterprise to Latin America's international drug cartels is common. Proving it is another matter. El Salvador's legal system is often too poorly equipped to carry out the necessary investigations on companies which may be laundering money. But projects ranging from commercial centres to pri...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Getting that EL SALVADOR money

    This video was uploaded from an Android phone.

    published: 13 Feb 2011
  • Crossing Mexico's Other Border

    When traveling from Central America to the United States through Mexico, immigrants are forced to battle drug cartels, corrupt police officers, and human traffickers, all before they even come close to the US border. People tend to assume that the immigrants crossing the US--Mexico border are all Mexican. The reality is that a large percentage of them come from Central America, and their journey north is grueling. To get to the US, they first have to pass through Mexico, an ordeal that often ends up being even more difficult than getting into the United States. Most migrants cross into Mexico on rafts, via the Suchiate River. After that, they need to protect themselves from corrupt Mexican police, drug cartels like the infamous Zetas, and even fellow migrants. They often travel by foot an...

    published: 29 Mar 2013
  • SALVADOR: The Most VIOLENT Country in the WORLD? - VisualPolitik EN

    El Salvador is a tropical country where you can find stunning beaches like these, as well as magnificent nature reserves like this one, and amazing cultural remains. And in 2017 this country is celebrating. 2017 is the 25th anniversary of the Peace Agreements which put an end to the bitter and cruel civil war which last more than 12 years and caused more than 70,000 deaths. While this 25th anniversary should be reason for celebration, it is hard to celebrate when you look at the current situation that El Salvador finds itself in. Today in VisualPolitik we talk about El Salvador! Did you enjoy our video? Click the 'subscribe' button and stay tuned for our new videos every week!

    published: 06 Apr 2017
  • Mexico vs. El Salvador: Taste Test

    Mexico & El Salvador are neighbors so you'd think their food would taste similar... WRONG! Both countries cook with entirely different flavors which makes this taste test one for the books. Watch to see who takes the cake for best tamal! Produced by Kim Aguilar http://instagram.com/kimmaguilarr Camera by Sam Dubin Edited by Chris Bohr Assistant Editor Elixx Escalante https://www.youtube.com/joseelias207 Taste tests welcome @ theFlama http://www.theflama.com Add us on Snapchat: http://bit.ly/FlamaSnaps https://facebook.com/TheFlama https://twitter.com/theflama https://instagram.com/theflama https://theflama.tumblr.com

    published: 15 Dec 2016
  • Eye on El Salvador - Sending money home - 29 Aug 07

    In the final episode of a four-part special on El Salvador, Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo talks to poor Salvadoreans who rely on the money sent from family members working in the US.

    published: 17 Sep 2007
  • EL SALVADOR: 600 FORMER SOLDIERS RIOT OVER LAND AND MONEY OFFER

    Natural Sound Riot police in El Salvador have used tear gas and fired shots in the air to disperse a protest by 600 former soldiers. Violence flared as they demanded land and money they say they were promised by the government. The rioters burned tyres and overturned cars in the clash outside the government building where President Armando Calderon Sol was meeting the Spanish Prime Minister. Several police officers and protesters were injured in the violence. The offers of land and severance pay were made in the 1992 peace accord that ended 12 years of civil war in which 75-thousand people died. The protesters, armed with metal rods and stones, came face to face with around 500 anti-riot police as they tried to reach the presidential palace in San Salvador. At the...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • A Child's Day in El Salvador

    Spend a day with Jimena, a sponsored child in El Salvador.

    published: 06 Apr 2015
  • Migration and Remittances in El Salvador

    El Salvador's economy is one of the key issues in the lead-up the next presidential election. Many economists say the country is too dependent on dollars migrant workers in the U-S are sending back home. CCTV's Franc Contreras reports.

    published: 01 Feb 2014
  • All About Mexican Money

    Preparing for a trip to Mexico? Need to convert your US Dollars to pesos? Do you know the best way to get great exchange rate? Do you know who's on Mexico bills? We answer all that and more on this special feature on Mexican Pesos.

    published: 17 Mar 2017
  • How to save money through yourt eating habits University of El Salvador

    How to save money through yourt eating habits University of El Salvador

    published: 01 Jun 2014
  • I-Team: Immigrants Not Deported After Minor Crimes May Later Commit More Serious Offenses

    By: Randy Travis Aired: Feb 08 2017 LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - President Trump ordered that any immigrant not in this country legally should be deported if they've been charged with a crime. Any crime. His supporters pointed to how often illegal aliens wind up committing additional crimes after they could have been deported the first time. A FOX 5 I-Team analysis of jail records in two metro counties found hundreds of examples of just that, with the second crime sometimes even more serious than the first. But how much are Americans willing to spend to deport everyone arrested on even the smallest of crimes? "We shouldn't deal with them a second time or a third time," stressed Gwinnett County Sheriff Butch Conway. "Or allow them a chance to hurt a citizen." Immigration records are u...

    published: 09 Feb 2017
  • Tigo Money, El Salvador

    Tigo El Salvador is the country's No 1 mobile, No 1 pay TV and No 2 fixed broadband service provider. Potential for Tigo's Mobile Financial Service portfolio is considerable here. Tigo Money provides a safe way for customers to send money at low cost via mobile phone within the country. Receiving remittances from abroad is already established practice. An estimated 16% of El Salvador's GDP comes from remittances.

    published: 16 Oct 2013
  • Geography Now! El Salvador!

    I'm just saying, considering the crazy stuff they've been accustomed to, I'd probably want at least ONE Salvadoran in my crew when fighting zombies. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1Os7W46 BTS info and tidbits? Check out the Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/GeographyNowFanpage/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/geographynow Instagram: http://instagram.com/GeographyNow_Official Become a patron! Donate anything and Get exclusive behind the scenes footage! All profits go towards helping my dad and his medical costs/ parent's living expenses since they are no longer working and need support. http://patreon.com/GeographyNow WATCH MORE: Countries A to Z: http://bit.ly/1T8Z9JY Europe: http://bit.ly/1YoRaIB -------------------------------------------------------------------------...

    published: 31 Aug 2016
  • Joe ambulance El Salvador Vacation on your money

    Expensive Photo Opportunity delivering Ambulances on taxpayers dime

    published: 06 Oct 2010
  • AES El Salvador y Mobile Money crean una alianza

    published: 29 Jun 2017
EL SALVADOR: CRACKDOWN ON COMPANIES LAUNDERING DRUG MONEY

EL SALVADOR: CRACKDOWN ON COMPANIES LAUNDERING DRUG MONEY

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Spanish/Nat El Salvador is waging war in the law courts against new businesses set up to launder drug money. The Central American nation, commended by the United States for its efforts to combat narcotics trafficking, has become a favourite state through which to invest drugs money. New legislation is being drafted to block the illegal flow of U-S dollars into Salvadorean bank accounts. Laundering drug money is big business in El Salvador. Speculation linking modern private enterprise to Latin America's international drug cartels is common. Proving it is another matter. El Salvador's legal system is often too poorly equipped to carry out the necessary investigations on companies which may be laundering money. But projects ranging from commercial centres to private housing developments have all fallen under suspicion. A recent U-S report claims Latin American drug cartels find it increasingly easy to launder profits in Central America. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "We have the stock exchange, we have investment companies, courier companies, money lenders, casinos, security companies, specialised metalworks, jewellers, we have travel agencies, car showrooms, also we have furniture companies. That is to say there is a huge number of organisations which could be subject to these types of (money laundering) operations. And also, banks at times are used for these types of operations. As a result we must be very alert." SUPER CAPTION: Claudio de Rosa, Executive Director of Association of Salvadorean Bankers The U-S says Central America is as involved in the laundering of drug money as it is in drug trafficking itself. Inadequate regional laws have aided the drug traffickers, and harsher laws in Mexico, to the north, have ensured that the drugs business remains focused in Central American countries. The problem is further compounded, throughout Central America, by high levels of corruption within government and the armed forces. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "Definitely, without the support of civil influence in power it is not possible that drug cartels could operate in these countries." SUPER CAPTION: Gerson Martinez, Vice president of Assembly Plans are underway to unite all Central American nations in one concerted effort against the narcotics trade. But the infrastructure is not yet in place and, according to some analysts, corruption already has a very tight grip. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "What is growing in our country is the corruption, corruption in the police system, corruption among politicians, corruption within the armed forces and corruption in the financial system. This generates impunity and, from there, narco-trafficking grows." SUPER CAPTION: Carlos Aviles, narco-trafficking analyst A proposed law known as the "Law against the Laundering of Money and other Activities" is currently being considered by the Legislative Assembly. Its terms would ensure El Salvador's financial system would report on all suspicious transactions of capital. Until then, countries like El Salvador remain a favourite destination for the ill-gotten gains of the drug world. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/55983c72b1ff33264f9f60413f3b750e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Getting that EL SALVADOR money

Getting that EL SALVADOR money

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This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
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Crossing Mexico's Other Border

Crossing Mexico's Other Border

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When traveling from Central America to the United States through Mexico, immigrants are forced to battle drug cartels, corrupt police officers, and human traffickers, all before they even come close to the US border. People tend to assume that the immigrants crossing the US--Mexico border are all Mexican. The reality is that a large percentage of them come from Central America, and their journey north is grueling. To get to the US, they first have to pass through Mexico, an ordeal that often ends up being even more difficult than getting into the United States. Most migrants cross into Mexico on rafts, via the Suchiate River. After that, they need to protect themselves from corrupt Mexican police, drug cartels like the infamous Zetas, and even fellow migrants. They often travel by foot and by pubic transit, but many of them ride on top of "the Beast," the freight trains that travel from the south to the north of Mexico. While the majority of the migrants are young men, a small percentage of them are women who endure hardships like the possibility of being raped by basically anyone they come across. Some of them are forced to stay in the border state of Chiapas and work as prostitutes because they are too weak to keep going, need to save some money to continue their journey, or, if they decide to stay , so they can travel back and forth between Mexico and their home countries to visit their kids[NJ1] . In this episode of Fringes, we followed Yoana, a young girl from Guatemala who has been living in the small town of Huixtla, Chiapas, working as a prostitute to make money to help her two sons. We tagged along with a special unit from the state government that is in charge of protecting migrants as they travel through Chiapas. We then hopped on board the Beast with more than 400 other migrants traveling from Arriaga to Ixtepec, Oaxaca, to try to understand the hardships they go through and why they leave their homes in the first place. Check out the Best of VICE here: http://bit.ly/VICE-Best-Of Subscribe to VICE here! http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com
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SALVADOR: The Most VIOLENT Country in the WORLD? - VisualPolitik EN

SALVADOR: The Most VIOLENT Country in the WORLD? - VisualPolitik EN

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  • Updated: 06 Apr 2017
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El Salvador is a tropical country where you can find stunning beaches like these, as well as magnificent nature reserves like this one, and amazing cultural remains. And in 2017 this country is celebrating. 2017 is the 25th anniversary of the Peace Agreements which put an end to the bitter and cruel civil war which last more than 12 years and caused more than 70,000 deaths. While this 25th anniversary should be reason for celebration, it is hard to celebrate when you look at the current situation that El Salvador finds itself in. Today in VisualPolitik we talk about El Salvador! Did you enjoy our video? Click the 'subscribe' button and stay tuned for our new videos every week!
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Mexico vs. El Salvador: Taste Test

Mexico vs. El Salvador: Taste Test

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  • Updated: 15 Dec 2016
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Mexico & El Salvador are neighbors so you'd think their food would taste similar... WRONG! Both countries cook with entirely different flavors which makes this taste test one for the books. Watch to see who takes the cake for best tamal! Produced by Kim Aguilar http://instagram.com/kimmaguilarr Camera by Sam Dubin Edited by Chris Bohr Assistant Editor Elixx Escalante https://www.youtube.com/joseelias207 Taste tests welcome @ theFlama http://www.theflama.com Add us on Snapchat: http://bit.ly/FlamaSnaps https://facebook.com/TheFlama https://twitter.com/theflama https://instagram.com/theflama https://theflama.tumblr.com
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Eye on El Salvador - Sending money home - 29 Aug 07

Eye on El Salvador - Sending money home - 29 Aug 07

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  • Updated: 17 Sep 2007
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In the final episode of a four-part special on El Salvador, Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo talks to poor Salvadoreans who rely on the money sent from family members working in the US.
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EL SALVADOR: 600 FORMER SOLDIERS RIOT OVER LAND AND MONEY OFFER

EL SALVADOR: 600 FORMER SOLDIERS RIOT OVER LAND AND MONEY OFFER

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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Natural Sound Riot police in El Salvador have used tear gas and fired shots in the air to disperse a protest by 600 former soldiers. Violence flared as they demanded land and money they say they were promised by the government. The rioters burned tyres and overturned cars in the clash outside the government building where President Armando Calderon Sol was meeting the Spanish Prime Minister. Several police officers and protesters were injured in the violence. The offers of land and severance pay were made in the 1992 peace accord that ended 12 years of civil war in which 75-thousand people died. The protesters, armed with metal rods and stones, came face to face with around 500 anti-riot police as they tried to reach the presidential palace in San Salvador. At the time, President Armando Calderon Sol was holding a press conference with Spanish Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez, at the end of his two-day visit to El Salvador. The former soldiers overturned a patrol car and began hurling stones at the police, injuring two officers. The police reacted by throwing tear gas and firing shots into the air. The rioters are demanding severance payments of up to three thousand U-S dollars. They also want the government to speed up the handover of lands which were they were promised in the peace agreement signed three years ago. The former soldiers say they've had to resort to violence to pressurise the government into keeping its side of the bargain. The violent clashes around the government building lasted for over an hour. All businesses in the neighbourhood were closed for part of the day. Police reinforcements were deployed to the surrounding areas to avoid further attacks in the city centre, while the authorities hunted for protesters. A number of arrests were made in a nearby park. This is the second violent clash by the former soldiers in the last three weeks. In January 1992 the government and the guerrilla group Frente Farabundo Mart¡ (FMLN) signed a peace agreement ending 12 years of civil war which claimed over 75 thousand lives. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5620a6b582d16c4a0ef7c62d1d9e0c3e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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A Child's Day in  El Salvador

A Child's Day in El Salvador

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Spend a day with Jimena, a sponsored child in El Salvador.
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Migration and Remittances in El Salvador

Migration and Remittances in El Salvador

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El Salvador's economy is one of the key issues in the lead-up the next presidential election. Many economists say the country is too dependent on dollars migrant workers in the U-S are sending back home. CCTV's Franc Contreras reports.
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All About Mexican Money

All About Mexican Money

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  • Updated: 17 Mar 2017
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Preparing for a trip to Mexico? Need to convert your US Dollars to pesos? Do you know the best way to get great exchange rate? Do you know who's on Mexico bills? We answer all that and more on this special feature on Mexican Pesos.
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How to save money through yourt eating habits University of El Salvador

How to save money through yourt eating habits University of El Salvador

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  • Updated: 01 Jun 2014
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How to save money through yourt eating habits University of El Salvador
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I-Team: Immigrants Not Deported After Minor Crimes May Later Commit More Serious Offenses

I-Team: Immigrants Not Deported After Minor Crimes May Later Commit More Serious Offenses

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By: Randy Travis Aired: Feb 08 2017 LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - President Trump ordered that any immigrant not in this country legally should be deported if they've been charged with a crime. Any crime. His supporters pointed to how often illegal aliens wind up committing additional crimes after they could have been deported the first time. A FOX 5 I-Team analysis of jail records in two metro counties found hundreds of examples of just that, with the second crime sometimes even more serious than the first. But how much are Americans willing to spend to deport everyone arrested on even the smallest of crimes? "We shouldn't deal with them a second time or a third time," stressed Gwinnett County Sheriff Butch Conway. "Or allow them a chance to hurt a citizen." Immigration records are usually private, but the FOX 5 I-Team managed to get thousands of public records from Cobb and Gwinnett County jails. They partner with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency to screen immigrant prisoners through a program called 287(g). We found lots of troubling examples. One involved an April, 2015 armed robbery of the owner of a check-cashing store in Duluth. "He just waved the guns," the owner told us back when it happened. The gunmen attacked him while he was opening the store one morning. One of those gunmen was Jose Alfaro-Contraras, a native of El Salvador. But just one year earlier, Alfaro-Contraras had been in the Gwinnett County jail on a shoplifting charge, with immigration authorities made aware. So how did he get out to commit another crime? "That's just wrong," admitted sheriff Conway. We found plenty of others. Aurelio Mayo Perez booked into Cobb County for no driver's license in 2011. Two years later, charged with aggravated child molestation and rape. Wilmer Lazo Caballero caught for no driver's license in 2011, furnishing alcohol to a minor in 2013, and eventually busted for cocaine trafficking last year. Soloman Cassell was also busted twice for minor crimes. Yet in 2012 he was still around to hold up two beauty supply stores in Gwinnett County at gunpoint. Gwinnett assigned 18 deputies, costing more than $1 million a year, to help screen prisoners not born in this country. But citing a lack of money, in 2010 ICE announced in a letter it would deport only the most serious criminals, charged with the most dangerous crimes. Of the four Georgia counties that participate in 287g, Gwinnett always has the biggest numbers. According to ICE, in the last fiscal year deputies identified 2032 suspects born outside the U.S. But either because they were here legally, or their crimes were not serious enough, only 194 were detained by ICE. That's less than 10 percent. Like the President, Conway wants a zero tolerance policy for anyone here illegally who comes into his jail. No matter what their crime. "Automatically. If they commit a crime they should go," he stressed. "Even a no driver's license?" "Even no driver's license," explained the sheriff. "I would not sneak into Mexico and drive a car knowing I wasn't supposed to be in their country and violate their laws on top of it. It's just stupid." But deport everyone arrested for a crime? OK. How much money are you willing to spend? "They've been deporting as many people as they can with the money they've been allotted," pointed out Charles Kuck. He's an attorney who also teaches immigration law at Emory University School of Law. Kuck explained anyone being deported still has to go through a lengthy process, starting with an appearance before an immigration judge in downtown Atlanta. "Once I go before a judge he's going to set a final hearing for me... in 2020," Kuck said. "So yeah, you can deport more people, but really all you're doing effectively for the most part is clogging the immigration courts further where they're already 100 judges short nationwide." And even a criminal suspect here illegally can still get released from custody on bond. Some never come back. Our analysis found more than a thousand examples of immigrants in Gwinnett and Cobb who failed to appear for their next hearing. Kuck says there's just not enough jail beds. "We're talking 500,000 people are currently in deportation proceedings," he explained. "You going to detain all 500,000?" And you would have to detain some for years before they can be officially deported. And it's here that sheriff and immigration expert agree: legalize the status of the vast majority of immigrants who don't get into trouble, they say, and you can focus on the ones who do. "I know Hispanic families," Sheriff Conway told me. "They're here illegally and they're great people. Personally, I don't want to see them deported. Because they add to our society. But there are so many that don't. And we need to identify the ones that don't." FULL STORY: http://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/i-team/234603859-story
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Tigo Money, El Salvador

Tigo Money, El Salvador

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Tigo El Salvador is the country's No 1 mobile, No 1 pay TV and No 2 fixed broadband service provider. Potential for Tigo's Mobile Financial Service portfolio is considerable here. Tigo Money provides a safe way for customers to send money at low cost via mobile phone within the country. Receiving remittances from abroad is already established practice. An estimated 16% of El Salvador's GDP comes from remittances.
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Geography Now! El Salvador!

Geography Now! El Salvador!

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I'm just saying, considering the crazy stuff they've been accustomed to, I'd probably want at least ONE Salvadoran in my crew when fighting zombies. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1Os7W46 BTS info and tidbits? Check out the Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/GeographyNowFanpage/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/geographynow Instagram: http://instagram.com/GeographyNow_Official Become a patron! Donate anything and Get exclusive behind the scenes footage! All profits go towards helping my dad and his medical costs/ parent's living expenses since they are no longer working and need support. http://patreon.com/GeographyNow WATCH MORE: Countries A to Z: http://bit.ly/1T8Z9JY Europe: http://bit.ly/1YoRaIB ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Welcome to Geography Now! This is the first and only Youtube Channel that actively attempts to cover profiles on every single country of the world. We are going to do them alphabetically so be patient if you are waiting for one that's down the road. CONTACT US if you are from a country that is coming up! Teach us! Also we do fan appreciation videos after every group of 4 country videos. If you'd like to take part send us your picture/ art/ video submissions to GeographyLater@gmail.com (Remember, for videos, you have to State your name, location and sing the intro song!) Stay cool Stay tuned and remember, this is Earth, your home. Learn about it.
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Joe ambulance El Salvador  Vacation on your money

Joe ambulance El Salvador Vacation on your money

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Expensive Photo Opportunity delivering Ambulances on taxpayers dime
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AES El Salvador y Mobile Money crean una alianza

AES El Salvador y Mobile Money crean una alianza

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