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Guatemala
Even after a wild election winds down, the country's biggest challenges won’t.
After a crowded first round election, the candidates in August's runoff vote have been decided.
A get-out-of-jail-free card for war criminals would be a blow to Guatemala’s anti-impunity movement.
President Jimmy Morales' maneuvering against Guatemala's institutions could give the U.S. a chance to recalibrate its policy.
Sometimes governments act to stop piracy. Sometimes they don't. Here are two stories that show very different outcomes.
Washington is giving President Morales a pass on his efforts to evade justice, writes the first Guatemalan elected to the U.S. Congress.
Thelma Aldana made her mark in Guatemala’s fight against corruption. Is she ready for politics?
Twenty-six years since the end of civil war, El Salvador – and its neighbors – are making fragile progress on violence.
Thousands protested against the government during a national strike against corruption on Wednesday.
Central America is facing its worst drought in more than 30 years, and mothers are bearing the heaviest burden.

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