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The Sea Shepherd captain clarified that he stopped pirates "at the request" of the Guatemalan government. However, it is ironic how Watson is the one being accused of being a pirate.
... so they could provide accurate information to U.S. military researchers, plan various joint engineering exercises intended to provide humanitarian assistance to the civilian population, and help ensure that the Guatemalan government could maximize ...
Guatemala's new diplomat in Palm Beach County made it clear to Lake Worth elementary school students on Monday: He is here to help their families.
Several years ago, Roya fungus forced the government of Guatemala to declare a state of emergency after the fungus affected 70% of the crop.
Underfunding by the Guatemalan government is another contributor to the state of education in the country. About 18.5 percent of government spending is allotted to education.
The results of the study, which took place with the cooperation of Guatemalan government officials, never were published. The American public health researcher in charge of the project, Dr.
In relation to Guatemala's unfounded claim, Bill told our newspaper that the Guatemalan government doesn't need to invade our land; they have already strategically positioned themselves to impact our markets.
Over the past year, the restoration work done by army service members has saved the Guatemalan government $24.6 million. Before the military took over the reins of "Development Train," town councils had to finance the work, and the annual cost for ...
Now ages 9 to 17, they had not yet been adopted when the Guatemalan government clamped down on international adoptions in late 2007.
... that a document of this nature, which has to be a public document because it is going to be used in prosecution if that is done, cannot be withheld by any agreement between the government of Belize and the government of Guatemala. And there is no ...
That search leads to the trail of two little boys who were plucked from a nightmare and offer the only living evidence that ties the Guatemalan government to the massacre. Biography. As head of documentaries for The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Ryan ...
The first man to walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong, was honoured by fellow astronauts and academics at an event in Ohio earlier this week attended by Steve Lee, CEO of Edinburgh business Astrosat.
Multiple reports in U.S. and Canadian media have revealed the details currently known about the gruesome murder of a Canadian woman and her U.S.
Multiple reports in U.S. and Canadian media have revealed the details currently known about the gruesome murder of a Canadian woman and her U.S.
The film "Finding Oscar" follows the story of a human rights lawyer and activist investigating the 1982 dos Erres massacre largely ignored by the global community and especially so, the Guatemalan government. Roughly 30 years prior, U.S. involvement in ...
The film "Finding Oscar" follows the story of a human rights lawyer and activist investigating the 1982 dos Erres massacre largely ignored by the global community and especially so, the Guatemalan government. Roughly 30 years prior, U.S. involvement in ...
He survived the country's 36-year civil war against military dictatorship, in which a U.N.-backed truth commission found that 83 percent of the more than 200,000 people killed or disappeared were ethnic Mayans and that the Guatemalan government was ...
The 100th day of the Trump administration arrived over the weekend, and with it an onslaught of articles remarking on the administration's accomplishments, or lack thereof.
Sosa Orantes is accused of slaughtering villagers in Guatemala using a grenade, gun, and sledgehammer during a decades-long civil war between Guatemalan government forces and guerrillas. The move is particularly notable since Canada has only ...
The Inter-American Commission on human rights has asked the government of Guatemala to protect Tot as he is at risk of harm.
A controversial child trafficking trial starts this Thursday for a 64-year-old American woman who throughout the late 1990s and early 2000s placed hundreds of Guatemalan children with American families.
She said she's unlikely to get a fair trial because "everything to do with international adoption has become criminalized." She said that the Guatemalan government has made her a scapegoat. "What they tried to do is build their reputations and their ...
She said she's unlikely to get a fair trial because "everything to do with international adoption has become criminalized." She said that the Guatemalan government has made her a scapegoat. "What they tried to do is build their reputations and their ...
The Guatemalan government and the mining company did not respond to multiple requests for comment on Monday's announcement.
The Guatemalan government and the mining company did not respond to multiple requests for comment on Monday's announcement.
While the Inter-American Commission on human rights ordered protective measures for him and his lawyer in 2012, the Guatemalan government has still not yet provided them. "I will never forget the loss of my son, but I continue to fight," Tot said. "We ...
The Guatemalan government and the mining company did not respond to multiple requests for comment on Monday's announcement.
The Guatemalan government and the mining company did not respond to multiple requests for comment on Monday's announcement.
... who explained people in the village have no transportation and previously had a three-and-a-half-hour walk to the nearest medical facility at the bottom of the mountain.
Twenty of Guatemala's 22 departments are in danger because of the heat resulting from the forest fires. The Guatemalan government on Tuesday declared a 30-day, nationwide state of emergency amid ongoing forest fires in the country's desolate northern ...
The Guatemalan government declared a 30-day, nationwide state of emergency Tuesday to facilitate efforts to combat and control forest fires.
The state attorney's office said it had requested the government of Guatemala detain Duarte so that he could be extradited.
The bloody, decades-long conflict between Guatemalan government forces and guerrillas intensified in the early 1980s. The military junta began a ruthless campaign of destruction that wiped out 440 villages, killing over 75,000 people and displacing ...
Mr. Duarte was transferred to a military prison in Guatemala's capital on Sunday, and Mexico's attorney general's office said prosecutors had directed the Foreign Ministry to request his extradition by the Guatemalan government. Mr. Duarte left office ...
The bloody, decades-long conflict between Guatemalan government forces and guerrillas intensified in the early 1980s. The military junta began a ruthless campaign of destruction that wiped out 440 villages, killing over 75,000 people and displacing ...
Duarte, 43, was transferred early on Sunday to the Matamoros prison in downtown Guatemala City, a facility known for holding drug traffickers and former Guatemalan government officials charged with corruption. Rodrigo Sandoval, a Guatemalan lawyer ...
The bloody, decades-long conflict between Guatemalan government forces and guerrillas intensified in the early 1980s. The military junta began a ruthless campaign of destruction that wiped out 440 villages, killing over 75,000 people and displacing ...
The bloody, decades-long conflict between Guatemalan government forces and guerrillas intensified in the early 1980s. The military junta began a ruthless campaign of destruction that wiped out 440 villages, killing over 75,000 people and displacing ...
Astrosat's technology will help the Guatemalan government agencies to monitor large forested areas such as the rich and diverse Reserva de Biosfera Maya and a series of important national parks.
Astrosat's technology will help the Guatemalan government agencies to monitor large forested areas such as the rich and diverse Reserva de Biosfera Maya and a series of important national parks.
For much of this time, the U.S. backed the repressive Guatemalan government, seeing it as a bulwark against the spread of communism.
The Guatemalan government issued a red alert for the Peten department Tuesday due to forest fires in national parks inside the Maya Biosphere Reserve.
"Guatemala was a little different because the United States had a cozy relationship with the Guatemalan government - asylum was not an alternative for Guatemalans," Shepherd explain.
They added their demands that the Guatemalan government suspend the operations pending the rectification of problems with the project.
'With what political and moral authority does the Guatemalan government get involve in the internal affairs of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, when it is permanently criticizing the actions of the international community in favor of human rights ...
Photo: YouTube. Guatemala's Mayan genocide (1981-83). In what became known as "The Silent holocaust," the USA-backed Guatemalan government began a systematic campaign against the "inferior" Mayan Indians that led to around 2,00,000 deaths.
Antigua, Guatemala - "This is my house and this is my neighbour's house. This is my door and this is my neighbour's door," chant a cheerful group of Indigenous women from the non-profit organization Abriendo Oportunidades ("Opening Opportunities" in ...
She found a vacant, 5,000-square-foot space at 1926 1oth Ave., right off Interstate 95. Monthly rent is $6,000, which will be paid by the Guatemalan government, de Mora said. "We're working for our community," she said. Josephs said the consulate could ...
Works like Seven: A Documentary Play sometimes experience difficulty attracting audiences, not despite their worthy subject matter but because of it.
Guatemalan government ministries - including the Defense Ministry, Home Front Command, fire service, police and emergency responders - recently turned to the Israeli ZAKA International Rescue Unit to ask for training sessions.


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