Terror remains for Salvadorans despite gang truce
Published 05/29/2013, Associated Press
Young men come around once a week to collect $20 from store owner Carlos Tevez, the "tax" he pays to continue operating his business and to keep his family safe. The routine hasn't changed, despite a truce between Salvadoran street gangs that officials say has caused a dramatic drop in killings in the country.Word count: 1143
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