Trump recently went to the 19th National Scout Jamboree in West Virginia and addressed a crowd of 40,000 young scouts, and apparently, potential future Trump voters. His comments sounded more like a campaign rally than a talk to future young leaders.
On August 7th, 1987, the five Central American presidents signed a peace accord known as Esquipulas II named after the city in Guatemala where the first round of meetings had taken place the year before. The accord included a number of provisions for cooperation between the five countries, and most notably called for an end to support for “irregular forces” by all of the signatories.
On May 30th, 1984, a bombing took place in La Penca, Nicaragua during a press conference called by guerilla leader Edén Pastora Gomez, leaving four people dead and 15 wounded. On the anniversary of the bombing, here is a look back on what happened that day, its impact on the lives of those who were there, and the unanswered questions that remain.