guatemala: war, continued

That is why the 1983 issue of NACLA Report, Guatemala — The War is Not Over, was extraordinary for anyone working Mesoamerica then. ... I was young sound recordist working on crews Nicaragua and El Salvador when I heard about Guatemala in the early 1980s and decided to go there with..

guatemala, part 2

Guatemala, Part 2 . 26:46 | #1603 | TV-G . Burt tours a famous Maya crafts market and visits Lake Atitlan in the Sierra Madre mountains. . . ..

guatemala migration

Honduran migrants aboard truck, take part in caravan towards United States Zacapa, 145 east of Guatemala City.. ... Honduran migrants heading to United States, take rest at Zacapa, Guatemala... ..

guatemala organized crime news

Their activities have helped make Northern Triangle -- Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras -- the most violent place in the world that is not at war. ... Guatemala President Jimmy Morales decision not to renew the mandate of CICIG and to block reentry into the country of its leader,..

guatemala: president sabotages fight for justice

President Jimmy Morales's decision to end the mandate of UN-backed body is major blow to efforts to fight corruption, abuse, and Guatemala, today.. On August 31, 2018, Morales announced that he would not request extension of the mandate of International Commission against Impunity..

guatemala volcano eruption kills dozens (photos)

Volcano of Fire eruption, San Miguel Los Lotes, Guatemala, Thursday, June 7, 2018. ... The volcano, located in Guatemala, about 25 miles southwest of Guatemala City, forced at least 3,200 evacuations and closed La Aurora International Airport due to the ash emitted by the..


Tensions continued over campaign to expel International Commission against Impunity Guatemala, which has been preparing case and possible charges against President Morales and others for illicit electoral financing. ..


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