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Children's drawing on legal size off-white paper. A blue band crosses the page from the upper right corner to the lower left corner, and this represents a river. The words "Rio Lempa" have been written in the upper left corner. Below this inscription are four large human figures with guns, two green helicopters, two yellow buildings, and five human stick figures drawn in pencil. These stick figures are walking along a pencil path that leads from one of the buildings to the river. On the left side of the river an inscription reads "soldados salvadoreños". The right side of the river contains a purple and green helicopter, four large human figures, a round blue shape, and five human stick figures drawn in pencil. The stick figures are walking along a pencil path, towards the right side of the page. One of the large human figures is carrying something on its head, and the blue figure is carrying a gun. The word "muertos" has been written in the lower right of the page.

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