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Children Who Survived Fire in Guatemala Are Still Not Safe, Report Says

Children Who Survived Fire in Guatemala Are Still Not Safe, Report Says

People carried the coffin containing the remains of Madelyn Patricia Hernandez Hernandez, 14, who died in a fire at the Virgen de la Asunción children’s home near Guatemala City.
Father of Maryland Teenager Accused of Rape Is Arrested on Immigration Charge

Father of Maryland Teenager Accused of Rape Is Arrested on Immigration Charge

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, at the lectern, and Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, on Monday.
A Fugitive Mexican Ex-Governor, Accused of Corruption, Has Been Captured in Guatemala

A Fugitive Mexican Ex-Governor, Accused of Corruption, Has Been Captured in Guatemala

Javier Duarte is accused of running a corruption ring that allegedly pilfered millions of dollars from coffers in Veracruz state
Sports Briefing: New Zealand Leads America’s Cup Qualifiers

Sports Briefing: New Zealand Leads America’s Cup Qualifiers

Emirates Team New Zealand, foreground left, defeated SoftBank Team Japan in qualifying on Bermuda’s Great Sound.
Five Dead After Magnitude 6.9 Earthquake Strikes Western Guatemala

Five Dead After Magnitude 6.9 Earthquake Strikes Western Guatemala

Moderate damage to homes, some landslides and seven injuries were also reported
Maya Weave Their Identity Into Their Soccer Team

Maya Weave Their Identity Into Their Soccer Team

C.D.S. Xejuyup players wearing uniforms that incorporate traditional K’iche’ Maya clothing. Antonio Perechú, the founder of C.D.S. Xejuyup, wanted his team to reflect its community.
The Hot New Thing in Guatemala, Land of Coffee? It’s Coffee

The Hot New Thing in Guatemala, Land of Coffee? It’s Coffee

San Francisco? Soho? Try Guatemala City, inside El Injerto, a coffee shop. Guatemala is home to an expanding coffee scene.
The Hot New Thing in Guatemala, Land of Coffee? It’s Coffee

The Hot New Thing in Guatemala, Land of Coffee? It’s Coffee

San Francisco? Soho? Try Guatemala City, inside El Injerto, a coffee shop. Guatemala is home to an expanding coffee scene.
Guatemala President Who Championed Honesty Orders Anticorruption Panel Chief Out

Guatemala President Who Championed Honesty Orders Anticorruption Panel Chief Out

Indigenous women protested against President Jimmy Morales of Guatemala outside the National Palace in Guatemala City on Saturday.
Guatemala in political crisis after president tries to expel UN investigator

Guatemala in political crisis after president tries to expel UN investigator

Guatemala faced a fresh political crisis Sunday as President Jimmy Morales tried to expel a UN official investigating him for suspected corruption, but was overruled by the courts.
Guatemala Has Been Plunged Into Constitutional Crisis Over a U.N. Anti-Graft Probe

Guatemala Has Been Plunged Into Constitutional Crisis Over a U.N. Anti-Graft Probe

The attempted expulsion of a U.N. anti-corruption investigator has plunged the president into a face-off with the nation's top court
Showdown in Guatemala Over Investigation of President

Showdown in Guatemala Over Investigation of President

“If the rules of the game don’t change, then the fight against corruption will not bear fruit,” said Iván Velásquez, leader of the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala.
Guatemala’s President Softens His Stand on Expelling the U.N.’s Anti-Corruption Commissioner

Guatemala’s President Softens His Stand on Expelling the U.N.’s Anti-Corruption Commissioner

Morales has now indicated a willingness to abide by court decisions on Ivan Velasquez

Guatemala’s Top Court Says President Can’t Expel Chief of Anticorruption Panel

The Constitutional Court ruled that President Jimmy Morales could not remove the commissioner of a United Nations panel that has accused him of violating campaign finance laws.
Guatemala's Supreme Court seeks to lift President Morales' immunity

Guatemala's Supreme Court seeks to lift President Morales' immunity

Guatemala's Supreme Court has sent a request to lift President Jimmy Morales' immunity from prosecution to congress for final consideration.
Chasing the Deal: In the Rainy Season, Savings in Asia and Central America

Chasing the Deal: In the Rainy Season, Savings in Asia and Central America

The terrace at Casa Palopó overlooks Lake Atitlán and the Toliman, Atitlán and San Pedro volcanoes.

15 dead in Mexico after biggest earthquake in a century

The biggest earthquake to hit Mexico in a century struck early Friday, killing at least 15 people and triggering small tsunamis. The quake, which hit at 12:49 a.m. ET Friday, measured an 8.2 on the
President of Guatemala Wins Vote to Preserve His Immunity

President of Guatemala Wins Vote to Preserve His Immunity

President Jimmy Morales during his annual State of the Nation address in Guatemala City in January.
Protests Erupt in Guatemala Over Laws to Dilute Antigraft Campaign

Protests Erupt in Guatemala Over Laws to Dilute Antigraft Campaign

Security forces holding back demonstrators angry about legislation seen as undermining anticorruption efforts outside the National Palace in Guatemala City on Thursday.
Facebook Is Testing This Major Change

Facebook Is Testing This Major Change

In a handful of countries.