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23 Oct
Guatemalan riot police are deployed as former soldiers storm the rear area of Congress on and torch several vehicles in protest over unpaid compensation for their service during the country's civil war from 1960 to 1996.
17 Oct
Most of the migrants were from Haiti and they had hoped to arrive in the US but instead would now be dropped off at the Honduras frontier. The US continues to deport thousands of migrants back to Haiti.
17 Aug
Guatemala has imposed a night curfew and restrictions on public gatherings amid a surge in infections. Sydney officials were facing "the most concerning day" of the pandemic. Follow DW for the latest.
12 Jun
Despite backlash from some Democratic and Republican lawmakers at home, US Vice President Kamala Harris maintained that Washington needed to tackle the "root causes" of migration.
7 Jun
The US vice president is set to talk migration, corruption and investment with Guatemalan and Mexican leaders. Washington is also expected to announce new measures to curb human trafficking.
9 Mar
"There are many people who are scared, but we are already used to the life we have," says a resident of El Rodeo in Guatemala, after the Pacaya volcano erupted, covering nearby communities in volcanic sand.
14 Feb
Ash billows from the Pacaya volcano in Guatemala. There have been intense explosions over the last few days, resulting in nearby areas being covered in ash.
30 Nov 2020
Guatemalan protesters angered by a budget they said entrenched glaring economic inequalities by favoring the private sector over health and education funding demonstrate in Guatemala City.
1 May 2020
In Guatemala, poor inhabitants in the capital in need of help wave coloured flags to ask for food and medicine as the quarantine has exacerbated economic hardship for many.
26 Jan 2020
Migrants from Honduras and Salvador are stuck near the Suchiate river, a natural border between Mexico and Guatemala. Hundreds of them were pushed back yesterday with tear gas by the Mexican national guards.
13 Oct 2019
Guatemala's child exodus leaves empty classrooms and worried families.
12 Aug 2019
Guatemalans on Sunday began voting to elect a new president who will face a major challenge after the country inked a controversial migration pact with the US administration of President Donald Trump.

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