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· May, 2007

Stories about Guatemala from May, 2007

Guatemala: Asking About Guatemala

A poem called “Today, they me asked about you, Guatemala,” led Jorge Cabrera to reflect on the state of affairs in his native country [ES]. He writes, “Let's talk about...

Guatemala: Touristic Image from the Outside

Voces de Guatemala [ES] recalls the debate regarding the new logo and slogan promoting tourism in Guatemala. Roberto Lone recently picked up a brochure in a consulate in the United...

Guatemala: Insight into Polls

Luis Figueroa of Carpe Diem [ES] notices the decline in polls for Alvaro Colom, who has participated in the past three elections. Also of note, is that Nobel Prize winner,...

Guatemala: Are You a Normal Citizen or Do You Still Think?

An email that is making its round in Guatemala gave Luis Figueroa something to think about. He writes in his blog Carpe Diem [ES] that this email encourages citizens to...

Americas: Happy Mother's Day!

Throughout the Americas, mothers everywhere are being celebrated and congratulated on their special day. Many bloggers are joining these well wishers, such as Isopixel [ES] in Mexico, the women bloggers...

Guatemala: Town's oldest school to be demolished…and teachers on strike

A local school in San Pedro La Laguna in Guatemala is about to be demolished, and in its place, a new market built. This brings about questions about the status...

Guatemala: Government to Implement New Adoption Regulations

Children adopted from Guatemala has become a common occurrence. Nearly 1 out of every 100 Guatemalan children is adopted by a family from the United States. About Guatemala writes about...

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