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Residents of the middle class Las Colinas neighborhood west of the capital, San Salvador, El Salvador look for victims of the 7.6 earthquake that shook Central America Saturday Jan. 13, 2001. (AP)
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live online El Salvador's President Francisco Flores was live online to talk about the aftermath of the earthquake, the economy, and counter-drug efforts.
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El Salvador Earthquake Searching for Survivors With 600 confirmed dead and 1000 others missing, the search for survivors continued.
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