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  • Obama called Guatemala's president, Alvaro Colom, to apologize.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • President Barack Obama called Guatemala's president, Alvaro Colom, to apologise.

    The Guardian World News

  • President Barack Obama called Guatemala's president, Alvaro Colom, to apologize.

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  • Witnesses say men, women and children were tortured and robbed by the soldiers as part of a "scorched earth" effort to eliminate communities supporting insurgent groups at the height of Guatemala's 36-year civil war.

    U.S. deports Guatemala massacre suspect

  • Guatemala's civil war claimed at least 200,000 lives before ending in 1996.

    U.S. deports Guatemala massacre suspect

  • Guatemala's homicide rate has risen to one of the highest in the Americas, and even on posh streets people find themselves robbed at gunpoint for as little as a cell phone.

    New Guatemala Leader Faces Tests

  • Guatemala's tax take is one of the lowest in the hemisphere.

    New Guatemala Leader Faces Tests

  • Anita Isaacs, an expert on Guatemalan politics at Haverford College, said Mr. Pérez will also encounter stiff resistance by Guatemala's upper class to raise taxes.

    New Guatemala Leader Faces Tests

  • More Nicaragua's Ortega Wins in Landslide Mr. Pérez himself stands accused of human-rights abuses committed during Guatemala's 36-year civil war, charges he dismisses.

    New Guatemala Leader Faces Tests

  • Experts say Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel has long had a presence on Guatemala's southern coast and could soon come into conflict with the Zetas, which have made inroads into the northern province of El Petén.

    New Guatemala Leader Faces Tests

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