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Valeria Luiselli tells stories to shame us

Over and over again she writes about the lost children picked up on the United States border

US to examine migrant children in custody after second death

Guatemala called for an investigation into the boy's death and some US lawmakers angrily denounced the Trump administration's immigration policy

Guatemala volcano erupts killing 25 people

This is the second time that the volcano has erupted this year. This is Guatemala’s deadliest volcanic eruption since 1902, according to B​BC

Guatemala to move embassy to Jerusalem in May— President Morales

​Guatemala will relocate its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem this May, two days after the United States shifts its mission

Following Trump, Guatemala plans to move its embassy to Jerusalem

Guatemala's leader made the announcement three days after UN member states rejected Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital

War on drugs has failed: Legalisation on the horizon?

Latin America leaders (and Barack Obama) are set to confront the idea that the war on drugs has failed and that an alternative approach must be found.

US researchers broke rules in Guatemala syphilis study

US researchers must have known they were violating ethical standards by infecting Guatemalan prison inmates and mental patients with syphilis.

In the killing fields

Narco-terrorism has made Central America one of the world's deadliest regions for journalists.

Massacre work of Mexico drug gang Zetas

Guatemala declared a 30-day state of emergency for the northern Peten region following a brutal weekend massacre of 27 people at a cattle ranch.

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