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Guatemalans Demand Arrest of Ríos Montt

GUATEMALA CITY – Some 100 family members of victims of Guatemala’s 1960-1996 civil war are demanding that police take into custody former dictator Efraín...

Guatemalan Maya Get High Tech

GUATEMALA CITY – Guatemala’sMaya community can now, for the firsttime, access automated bank tellermachines and word-processing computerprograms in their native Quiche language.The project, organized...

Guatemalan linked to bishop’s murder released

Retired army Col. Byron Disrael Lima Estrada, who had served 11 years of his 20 year sentence, received an early release due to his age and behavior.

Guatemala Ratifies International Adoption Treaty

GUATEMALA CITY – Guatemala’s Congress has ratified the Hague Convention on Inter-Country Adoption, a move that serves to lift prohibitions on adopting Guatemalan children...

Guatemala Joins Chávez’s PetroCaribe

GUATEMALA CITY – President Alvaro Colom, who last week completed his first six months in office, is hailing as a “success” Guatemala’s joining the...

The children of Guatemala are starving

Half of Guatemala’s children are malnourished. Years of poverty, violence and underdevelopment are taking a toll on Guatemala’s most vulnerable citizens.

He studied astrophysics at Harvard, was the 9th person to join Facebook, and now has built Guatemala’s first ‘self-sufficient’ home

GUATEMALA CITY – Developing countries might not be at the forefront of the sustainability movement, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a demand for it.

Hardliners lead Guatemalan presidential bid

First Lady seeks divorce to run for office.

Guatemala Will Sign Free-Trade Pact with Chile

GUATEMALA CITY (AFP) –Guatemala and Chile expect to sign abilateral free-trade agreement by nextweek at the latest, announced GuatemalanPresident Oscar Berger on Monday, followinga...

Guatemala Tourism Sector Reports 16% Growth in 2006

GUATEMALA CITY – Guatemala’s foreign-exchange earnings from tourism surged 16.4% in 2006, compared to the previous year, according to tourism industry and Bank of...

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Costa Rican “Tengo sueños eléctricos”, best Latin American film at San Sebastian Film Festival

The film "Tengo sueños eléctricos", by Costa Rican director Valentina Maurel, won Saturday the award for best Latin American film at the San Sebastian...

Guatemala breaks up caravan of 400 migrants from Venezuela, Cuba and Haiti

Guatemalan authorities broke up on Saturday a caravan of some 400 undocumented migrants at the border with Honduras, mostly citizens of Venezuela, Cuba and...

Birding in Costa Rica: 5 More Common Birds of San José

Following up on an earlier post, here I take a look at five more birds that are common in the trees, telephone wires, rooftops, and...

10 Things to Do in Costa Rica During the Rainy Season

So, you are in Costa Rica and it is raining. Well, first it shouldn't be a surprise since the rainy season typically extends from...

Costa Rica Coach Suarez Highlights Team’s Effectiveness Ahead of World Cup

Costa Rica's coach, Colombian Luis Fernando Suarez, highlighted his team's maturity to earn a 2-2 draw against South Korea, two months before facing Spain...
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