United States president Barack Obama walks by a portrait of the late Archbishop Oscar Romero in the National Cathedral of San Salvador on Tuesday, accompanied by Salvadorean president Mauricio Funes, Monsignor Jose Escobar and two unnamed women translators.
(Photo credit: AP/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

United States president Barack Obama walks by a portrait of the late Archbishop Oscar Romero in the National Cathedral of San Salvador on Tuesday, accompanied by Salvadorean president Mauricio Funes, Monsignor Jose Escobar and two unnamed women translators.

(Photo credit: AP/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

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    Yo les traduciré algún día
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    President Obama during his visit to Monsignor Romero’s crypt, at San Salvador Cathedral
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    Las “two unnamed women” son las traductoras
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