FILE - In this March 15, 2017 file photo, Police investigators carry a body to a forensic vehicle, after a shootout between private security guards and gang members, at the central market in San Salvador, El Salvador. The country registered its second consecutive year of fewer murders, but the nearly 4,000 killings in 2017 still leave the country among the world’s most deadly.
FILE - In this March 15, 2017 file photo, Police investigators carry a body to a forensic vehicle, after a shootout between private security guards and gang members, at the central market in San Salvador, El Salvador. The country registered its second consecutive year of fewer murders, but the nearly 4,000 killings in 2017 still leave the country among the world’s most deadly. Salvador Melendez, File AP Photo
FILE - In this March 15, 2017 file photo, Police investigators carry a body to a forensic vehicle, after a shootout between private security guards and gang members, at the central market in San Salvador, El Salvador. The country registered its second consecutive year of fewer murders, but the nearly 4,000 killings in 2017 still leave the country among the world’s most deadly. Salvador Melendez, File AP Photo

Murders fall in El Salvador, but citizens still fearful

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