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· October, 2007

Stories about Guatemala from October, 2007

Guatemala: Missing Home

Migration either internally or to countries abroad is a usual phenomenon in Guatemala. During the armed conflict and the years of extreme poverty and violence several Guatemalans decided that there...

Guatemala: Blog de mi Guatemala Turns Four

Blog de Mi Guatemala [ES] celebrates its four-year anniversary.

Guatemala: Run-off Election Countdown

Elecciones Guatemala [ES] counts down to the run-off election that will decide Guatemala's next president.

Guatemala: Adoption Fees for Couples

Blog de mi Guatemala [ES] comes across a website for the organization Guatemala Miracles, where the agency charges $25,000 and up for honorariums to help couple adopt a child from...

Guatemala: Runoff Election Poll Numbers

Bloggings by Boz provides the latest poll numbers for the Guatmela runoff election scheduled for November 4.

Guatemala: Extreme Sports Photos

BMX Bikers often use the areas around churches for their jumps and tricks in Jocotenango, Guatemala. La Antigua Guatemala Daily Photo provides two action shots of these daredevils.

Guatemala: Child Abuse

Claudia Navas Dangel tells the story of a Guatemalan boy, who she has seen from time to time and has shown signs of abuse. She adds child abuse statistics from...

Guatemala: Immigrant's Earnings Seized as He Returned Home

Marisa Treviño of Latina Lista provides her thoughts on the battle waged by Pedro Zapeta, an undocumented Guatemalan immigrant in the U.S. whose earnings were seized by federal officials as...

Guatemala: And the Winner is Carlos Peña

It wasn't until Guatemalan singer Carlos Peña appeared on the international television program Latin American Idol that he received support and love from his fellow Guatemalans. When he won, the...

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