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Guatemala’s Interior Minister Enrique Degenhart says the government is considering declaring a state of seige in Solola after centuries' old land, water dispute erupts again. 

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruling limits the rights of Central American children and puts them at further risk.

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The U.N.-sponsored body presented its last activity in the form of a report called "Guatemala: a captured State.”

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The CICIG will end its work and leave the Central American nation next Sept. 3, after outgoing President Jimmy Morales decided not to renew its mandate.

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In January, the far-right Guatemalan president decided to end the agreement that allowed its presence in this central American country.

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Samuel Morales, the president’s older brother, and political adviser, and Jose Manuel Morales, the president’s eldest son, were accused of defrauding the land registry of US$12,000 in 2013.

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Newly elected Guatemalan president isn't sold on the 'Safe Third Country' accord signed by Jimmy Morales, but the White House is insisting he agrees.

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A Pew Center study found that there is a broad public support for path to legal status for undocumented immigrants.

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