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Monday, 21 June 2010

AFP: 14 dead after El Salvador gangs attack buses: police

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AFP: 14 dead after El Salvador gangs attack buses: police: "Fourteen people were killed after suspected Mara 18 gang members attacked two buses in El Salvador, police officials said.
In the first attack on the outskirts of San Salvador, arsonists thought to be Mara 18 members set fire to a minibus, killing 11 passengers, Roberto Villalobos, a top commissioner with the national civil police, told AFP.
In the second incident, suspected Mara 18 members boarded a public bus in the same area and opened fire on its passengers, killing an adult and two girls, aged seven and nine.
'There are no clear motives' for the incidents, Villalobos said, adding: 'It seems that the gang wanted to prove something to authorities, for the actions being taken against gangs and crime"

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