From Guatemalan soil, scientists unearth signs of genocide…
In Guatemala, investigators using forensic science have compelling evidence that thousands of innocent indigenous Ixil Mayans were the target of extermination in the 1980s. Science correspondent Miles O'Brien reports on how murder, politics and science intersect in the genocide trial…
By Jenny Marder
Tonight, Miles O'Brien reports from Guatemala on forensic science used to document charges of a genocide against thousands of indigenous Mayans in the 80s. From Boing Boing's Xeni Jardin, who co-produced the piece, here's a look at their reporting.
By Larisa Epatko
Guatemalans, seeking security as the country still grapples with pervasive violence after a decades-long civil war, gave a former military general a commanding lead in elections held Sunday, which will now go to a runoff.
By Talea Miller
Chronic malnutrition is the single biggest contributor to the deaths of children under 5 in Guatemala.
By Larisa Epatko
When former Peace Corps volunteer Laura Kutner was asked to help find funding to finish constructing two classrooms in the elementary school where she worked in Guatemala, she decided to use -- or rather reuse -- a common piece of…
The security situation in northern Guatemala is deteriorating as Mexico-based drug cartels extend their reach into the neighboring country.
Guatemala's Archbishop Oscar Julio Vian Morales calls for more education about natural family planning, and encourages Guatemala's men to change their attitudes towards women.
In rural Guatemala, it is not unusual for women to have as many as 10 children, beginning in their teens and continuing into their 40s. That can take a big physical toll on mothers. Ray Suarez reports on the cultural,…
Bus drivers and their assistants have become frequent targets of extortion, threats and violent crimes in Guatemala City.
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