A member of El Salvador’s street gangs, easily identified by his head-to-toe tattoos. Precarious truces between gangs have lowered the murder rate in two of the world’s most violent countries—but for how long?

A member of El Salvador’s street gangs, easily identified by his head-to-toe tattoos. Precarious truces between gangs have lowered the murder rate in two of the world’s most violent countries—but for how long?

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