Stories about Guatemala from February, 2006
Erwin C. and Andres Duque both write about the murder of a transgender woman and the Guatemalan police officers who have been implicated in the case.
Commenting on the political uproar which has followed the shooting of a series of homosexual pornographic films in Antigua, Guatemala, El Blog Diablogico writes from the colonial city: It's not exactly clear what most disturbs the Guatemalans about this piece of news. It's as if an apparent act of disrespect...
Dave Pentecost links to a transcript of a speech by US General Bantz J. Craddock after flying over Guatemala to inspect what are believed to be drug airstrips.
Carlos Roberto Cabrera (ES) has created GuateFlickr, a blog which collects the best Flickr photos of Guatemala.
Guate360 has a description and photo of a teachers’ strike (ES) which filled the plaza in front of the National Palace.
Rob Mercatante publishes a bulletin about an ongoing labor conflict at the Nueva Linda cattle ranch in Camperico, Guatemala which recently left four employees injured by private security forces.
Chapinadas describes the José Santos Toruño archeological parkin La Democracia, Escuintla.