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The only certainty that Guatemalans could infer from the slow trickle of Sunday's presidential election results was that uncertainty over who their next president will be is set to linger for another two months
Mexico’s interior minister said his country is cooperating with the Guatemalan government to prevent more massacres like the one Mexican drug traffickers perpetrated last weekend in the northern Guatemalan province of Peten
Juan Ortiz Lopez, who is wanted in Florida on cocaine trafficking charges, is arrested at a house in Quetzaltenango
Drug-trafficking gangs find a promising new home in some of the poorest and most vulnerable countries in the Americas.
Guatemala's government has declared a state of siege and sent hundreds of troops to a northern province where officials say a Mexican drug gang is overtaking towns and threatening residents