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The Washington region is home to thousands of undocumented minors who recently came to the United States from Central America. This wave of immigrants has added a layer of complexity to the already intimate relationship between the D.C. area and El Salvador, a place once home to thousands of Washington residents. We talk with El Salvador’s ambassador to the United States, and WAMU 88.5 reporter Armando Trull about the complex web of stories connecting that country to this region.
- Armando Trull Senior News Reporter, WAMU 88.5
- Francisco Altschul Ambassador to the United States, El Salvador
Armando Trull: "What I Know About El Salvador"
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