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Guatemala’s opposition newspaper leader arrested in Guatemala

Guatemalan police arrested a board member of the opposition newspaper El Periódico, whose editor José Ruben Zamora is in jail and accused of money...

Guatemala Journalist Indicted on Money Laundering Charges

A Guatemalan judge ruled Tuesday to open a criminal trial for money laundering against journalist José Rubén Zamora, head of the newspaper El Periódico,...

Guatemala’s attorney general reappointed despite US corruption allegations

Guatemala re-appointed on Monday as attorney general Consuelo Porras, who hours later was again accused of corruption by the United States. US Secretary of State...

Guatemala Congress ramps up prison sentence for abortion, bans gay marriage

Guatemala's conservative-led Congress approved on Tuesday a law ramping up the prison sentence for women who choose to have an abortion, while banning both...

Anti-graft investigator flees Guatemala to ‘safeguard his life’

Guatemala's top anti-graft investigator, Juan Francisco Sandoval, fled the country Saturday to "safeguard his life," hours after he was sacked in a move that...

Leaders from Guatemala and Costa Rica want to attract investments to their countries

In a video released by Casa Presidencial, Giammattei and Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado discussed their vision of the region's future.

Guatemala swears in comedian Morales on Thursday

Comedian Jimmy Morales will become Guatemala's new president Thursday. The country's pressing problems -- poverty, corruption and violence -- aren't funny.

In Costa Rica visit, Guatemala president-elect Jimmy Morales reaffirms opposition to drug decriminalization

“At this time, Guatemala’s vision is not decriminalization, nor legalization, nor anything in that direction,” Morales said Thursday.

Guatemala’s Pérez Molina could face impeachment

President Otto Pérez Molina’s future is in the hands of five congressmen after the Supreme Court gave the legislature the green light to decide whether he should be stripped of his prosecutorial immunity so that he can be tried for corruption charges.

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.

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