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· December, 2008

Stories about Guatemala from December, 2008

Burning the Year Away: New Year Traditions

In many South American countries, it has become a tradition to burn human shaped representations of the previous year, as a way to get rid of everything bad that the...

Guatemala: Violence Continues 12 Years After Peace Accords

Today marks the 12th anniversary of the signing of the Peace Accords that put an end to 36 years of Civil War in Guatemala. In spite of the agreement and...

Guatemala: Nativity Scenes Around the Holidays

Guatemala: Mincemeat Pie

Guatemala: Farewell to Chepe Zarco

Guatemala: Christmas Decorations in Antigua

Guatemala: Favorite Books of 2008

Guatemala: Manifestarte Festival

Guatemala: Stricter Gun Laws and Narcotrafficking Groups

Guatemala: Typical Dish of Pepián

Guatemala: The Negative Side to Falling Gas Prices

Central America: Women, Technology and Education

Central American women are "taking back the tech" by blogging about software developement, new ICT technologies, and how to integrate ICTs with their daily life. They are also making a...

Guatemala: Typical Food at the Stand of Doña Mela

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