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Children's drawing on legal size off-white paper. A blue band has been drawn from the upper right corner to the lower left of the page, representing a river. The words "Rio lempa" have been written in the upper left corner, and they have also been underlined. Above the river, two purple helicopters, labelled "Elicocter", fly over several groups of human stick figures and a green tree. These figures are green, pink, purple, and some have been drawn in plain pencil. The word "campesinos" has been written beside one of the groups. There are two large, green soldier figures with guns on the bank of the river and the words "soldados salvadorenos" have been written to the right of them. Below the river, a single green figure is firing a gun towards the soldier figures on the other side of the river. There are also five purple circles along the edge of the water. A single human figure can be seen floating in the river.

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