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  1. Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei is pictured during a press conference in Guatemala City in

    Guatemala blasts Trump over coronavirus-infected migrant deportations

    Guatemala blasted US President Donald Trump on Thursday over US deportations of migrants infected with coronavirus.
  2. Migrants travelling to the U.S. gather by the Suchiate river as they are watched by members of the

    Migrant caravan gathers on Guatemala border to enter Mexico en masse

    Hundreds of Central Americans gathered on the Guatemala-Mexico border on Sunday, aiming to cross en masse early on Monday in what could prove a ...
  3. Hondurans take part of a caravan of migrants heading toward the United States, in Chiquimula

    Migrant surge into Guatemala reaches 3,500, heads for Mexico

    More than 3,500 Central Americans had poured into Guatemala by Friday in U.S.-bound gatherings known as caravans, officials said, posing a ...
  4. Alejandro Giammattei is sworn-in as Guatemala's President in Guatemala City

    Guatemalan president takes office amid political jostling and delays

    Guatemala swore in President Alejandro Giammattei on Tuesday in a ceremony tainted by long delays blamed on political jostling and maneuvers by ...
  5. Honduran man Ardon the first foreign asylum-seeker who arrived in Guatemala is seen in Guatemala Ci

    Honduran migrant sent back under new US deal resigned to fate for now

    The first Honduran migrant sent back home under new restrictions pushed by U.S. President Donald Trump expressed sadness and confusion over his ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Men fly kites over  graves in the cemetery of Santiago Sacatepequez, Guatemala

    Guatemalans remember their dead with giant kites as Day of the Dead begins

    Thousands gathered in Central Guatemala on Friday to watch giant kites take flight, a local tradition intended to reconnect the living and the ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: A cocoa pod is seen at the plantation during a temporary state of siege, approved by th

    Guatemalan president says some US$800 million in coca plants destroyed

    The Guatemalan government has destroyed around 1.5 million coca plants with an estimated street value of some US$800 million, President Jimmy ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: Police officers are seen in front of packages containing cocaine seized during operatio

    Guatemala admits it is a cocaine producing nation, not just transit point

    Guatemala must now consider itself a cocaine producing nation and not just a transit country for the powerful narcotic after authorities ...