Environmentalist Francisco Pineda (background) leads opposition to an Australian gold mining project in El Salvador, that is now before a World Bank tribunal. He's seen here outside his offices in the township of San Isidro on Sept. 30, 2014.
Environmentalist Francisco Pineda (background) leads opposition to an Australian gold mining project in El Salvador, that is now before a World Bank tribunal. He's seen here outside his offices in the township of San Isidro on Sept. 30, 2014. McClatchy
Environmentalist Francisco Pineda (background) leads opposition to an Australian gold mining project in El Salvador, that is now before a World Bank tribunal. He's seen here outside his offices in the township of San Isidro on Sept. 30, 2014. McClatchy

El Salvador’s fight against gold mine will be decided in D.C.

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