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The Guatemalan environmental activist has been accused of fraud, aggravated theft and illegally detaining workers. Full Story

If the bill is approved girls will still be forced by the state to carry pregnancies to term. Full Story

On October 4, 2012, six Indigenous Mayan K'iche were killed by military personnel during protests.
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President Morales says he got rid of CICIG because: "Galileo Galilei was told not to say that the earth moved, and then he said the earth moves. That's the answer."
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President Jimmy Morales said Guterres agreed to consult Guatemala on a replacement for Ivan Velasquez, but the United Nations has denied his claim. 
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The U.N.-backed antigraft body issued an alert over the fact that the passports of 26 of their workers are being retained by Guatemala's Foreign Affairs Ministry. 
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The Constitutional Court rejected two requests for annulment by the Interior and Defense Ministries and issued a clarification ordering Velasquez’s entry.
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The court determined a genocide had indeed happened but absolved chief of intelligence Jose Mauricio Rodriguez. 
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