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Indigenous Guatemalans Keep Up Protests Against Attorney General

Guatemalan indigenous leaders announced on Thursday that they will maintain roadblocks to demand the resignation of the attorney general, whom they accuse of persecution...

Resignation rumors of Guatemala’s Pérez Molina grow after fourth week of protests

A persistent drizzle turned into a downpour by the end of the afternoon but that didn’t dampen the spirits of the thousands of Guatemalans who took to the streets on Saturday to demand the resignation of President Otto Pérez Molina.

Guatemala’s Elite: Wealth, Power, and Corruption

Bernardo Arévalo never had his inauguration as president of Guatemala secured this Sunday. For months, he faced a judicial onslaught attributed to the country's...

Former Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Out Of Prison After 8 Years

Former Guatemalan President Otto Pérez (2012-2015) was released on conditional bail after eight years in prison after paying bail for two convicting sentences for...

Guatemalan Newspaper Founder’s Legal Triumph Amidst Controversy

A Guatemalan appeals court on Friday overturned a six-year prison sentence handed down in June to the founder of one of the country's top...

Indigenous Groups in Guatemala Block Highways to Protest Attorney General

Groups of Indigenous protesters blocked highway sections in Guatemala on Monday to demand the resignation of the Attorney General accused of fabricating an alleged...

Arevalo Wins Big in Guatemala Presidential Election as Voters Reject Corruption, Old Order

Social democrat Bernardo Arevalo swept to victory in Guatemala's presidential election on Sunday, with his anti-corruption message firing up weary voters. The 64-year-old sociologist is...

State of emergency for Guatemalan town battling nickel mine

Guatemala has decreed a state of emergency in El Estor, an eastern town of mainly indigenous people in conflict with a Swiss-owned nickel mine...

Guatemala declares state of emergency over Delta Covid surge

Guatemala has declared a new state of emergency and will impose an overnight curfew from Sunday to contain a surge in Covid infections due...

Latin American leaders repressed protests in 2019, according to AI

Amnesty International recognized that Latin American governments had adopted aggressive positions regarding migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.

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Costa Rica Steps In vs Argentina After Nigeria Friendly Cancelled

The world champion Argentine national team will face Costa Rica in the second friendly match of the tour through the United States at the...

Golfo Dulce is a Haven for Costa Rica Biodiversity Conservation

The conservation of terrestrial and marine species is one of the cornerstones of Golfo Dulce. Currently, projects such as the reinsertion of scarlet macaws...

20 Things I Do Living in Costa Rica That I’d Never Do in the USA

After more than three decades living in Costa Rica, I still think back to my life stateside, and how it would have compared to...

Costa Rica Lawmakers Call for Investigation Into President

Costa Rica's Legislative Assembly approved a report on Monday accusing the country's president, Rodrigo Chaves, of being the intellectual author of irregular financing of...
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