El Salvador committing ‘massive’ rights violations, Amnesty says

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El Salvador has extended a state of emergency for a third month to crack down on gangs.
Amnesty International says 18 people have died in police custody, since the new measures began.
34,000 others have been detained.
Most of the population supports President Nayib Bukele’s strategy.
Al Jazeera's @John Holman reports.

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