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Security and Development Conditions in the Guatemalan Highlands, report on a mission of inquiry. Aug. 1985, 88 pp.

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Guatemala Human Rights Conference Report. Oct. 2, 1985, 49 pp.

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Guatemala: Central America’s Most Tormented Nation II

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Guatemala: Central America’s Most Tormented Nation

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Ante la responsabilidad de cumplir con los acuerdos de Esquipulas II: Los desaparetidos, un problema por resolver. Intercambio de correspondencia entre el presidente de Guatemala y ACAFADE. 15 Enero 1

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Human Rights Committee examines efforts of Guatemala to promote and protect civil and political rights

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Boletin de Prensa: Guatemala-Intensa Ola de Violencia Politica. 27 Sept. 1989, 6 pp.

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Guatemala: A New Beginning, Report of a Mission by George C. Edwards & William J. Butler, American Association for the ICJ. Apr. 1987, 46 pp.

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News from Washington Office on Latin America - Guatemala Denies Supporting Contra Aid. Jan. 27, 1988, 1 p.

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Political Transition and the Rule of Law in Guatemala. Report of the Follow-up Delegation of the International Human Rights Law Group & WOLA. Jan. 1988, 30 pp.

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Who Pays the Price? The Cost of War in the Guatemalan Highlands. Apr. 1988, 120 pp.

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Guatemala: Human Rights Activist Beaten to Death by Security Forces, Rights Group Claims. Apr. 2, 1985, 2 pp.

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News from Washington Office on Latin America - Guatemalan Refugees in Chiapas Flee Mexican Army. July 6, 1984, 3 pp.

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WOLA Policy Brief, Military Intelligence and Human Rights in Guatemala: The Archivo and the Case for Intelligence Reform. Mar. 30, 1995, 23 pp.

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WOLA Policy Brief, Guatemala: United States Policy and the Guatemalan Peace Process. Mar. 10, 1995, 6 pp.

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Female indigenous activism in Guatemala: inspiration and challenges for women and girls as agents of change

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Female indigenous activism in Guatemala: inspiration and challenges for women and girls as agents of change

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Military Prosecutions and other human rights developments in Guatemala, June 5, 1992, 11 pp.

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Habits of Repression: Military Accountability for Human Rights Abuse Under the Serrano Government In Guatemala, 1991-1992, Dec. 1992, 103 pp.

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Guatemalan journalist faces threats, intimidation

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Guatemala Update, No.9. Oct. 5, 1982, 8 pp.

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Human Rights in Guatemala: A Conference on the Current Status. Oct. 21, 1982, 63 pp.

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Toxic Metals and Indiginous Peoples Near the Marlin Mine in Western Guatemala - Potential Exposures and Impacts on Health. Expert Scientific Report, May 2010.

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Medical Action Alert, No.36, Guatemala. July 6, 1992, 2 pp.

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Medical Action Alert, No.40, Guatemala. Sept. 27, 1993, 2 pp.

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Obama’s Hard Stance on Guatemalan Labor: A Monumental Step for Labor Rights or Mere Political Maneuvering? Aug. 23, 2010.

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Temporary-Protected Status: Does Guatemala Deserve It? Aug. 31, 2010.

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Guatemala: Coca-Cola Faces International Trade Union Boycott as Threat of Violence Hangs Over Facility Currently Occupied by 460 Workers in Dispute at Guatemala City Bottling Plant. Apr. 3, 1984, 4 pp

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Guatemala: Coca-Cola's Refusal to Resolve Guatemalan Workers' Dispute Could Spark 'Full-Scale' International Boycott. Apr. 20, 1984, 4 pp.

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Guatemala: U.S. Helicopter Sales to Guatemala Sure to Kill Indians and Worsen Refugee Flow to the United States. Feb. 13, 1984, 9 pp.

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Guatemala: Guatemalan Christian Democrat Leader Target of Assassination Plot. Feb. 21, 1984, 2 pp.

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Guatemala: Guatemalan Military Dictatorship Set to Rig July Elections. May 30, 1984, 3 pp.

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Guatemala: Thirty Years After the Coup: Washington Still Bears Part of the Heavy Blame for Guatemala's Legacy of Terror. June 18, 1984, 2 pp.

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Guatemala. July 30, 1983, 2 pp.

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Guatemala. Nov. 29, 1983, 3 pp.

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Guatemala. Jan. 25, 1983, 2 pp.

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Guatemala. Feb. 1, 1983, 2 pp.

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Guatemala. Mar. 5, 1983, 3 pp.

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Guatemala. Mar. 17, 1983, 3 pp.

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Guatemala. Apr. 29, 1983, 3 pp.

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Guatemala. May 24, 1983, 2 pp.

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Guatemala promoting alternatives to Migration

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Documento Series, No.1, Masacre De La Finca San Francisco Huehuetenango, Guatemala, by Ricardo Falla, S.J. 17 de julio 1982, 117 pp.

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News from Washington Office on Latin America - Guatemalan Elections: 1982. Feb. 16, 1982, 26 pp.

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Guatemala Update, No.3, The Guatemalan Military Coup. Apr. 26, 1982, 8 pp.

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Guatemala Update, No.5, The Military Coup in Guatemala. May 7, 1982, 23 pp.

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Guatemala Update, No.4, The Military Coup in Guatemala. Apr. 1982, 2 pp.

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News from Washington Office on Latin America - Dramatic Escalation of Army Violence in Guatemala. May 18, 1982, 7 pp.

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Guatemala Update, No.6, The Military Coup in Guatemala. June 6, 1982, 17 pp.

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Guatemala Update, No.7. July 20, 1982, 4 pp.

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Guatemala Update, No.8. Aug. 16, 1982, 22 pp.

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News from Washington Office on Latin America - Guatemalan Human Rights Worsen Since Coup. Oct. 7, 1983, 6 pp.

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News from Washington Office on Latin America - Guatemalan Army Focuses its Repressive Actions in Department of San Marcos. Jan. 4, 1983, 2 pp.

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News from Washington Office on Latin America - Guatemala Sees Increase in Civilian Disappearances. N.d. 2 pp.

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News from Washington Office on Latin America - Re death sentences in Guatemala. Apr. 13, 1983, 1 p.

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News from Washington Office on Latin America - Rios Montt Tightens Political Grip in Guatemala in Face of Mounting Criticism. June 17, 1983, 2 pp.

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News from Washington Office on Latin America - Five More Guatemalans Could be Executed by the Government This Week. Mar. 21, 1983, 2 pp.

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State Department document which attempts to discredit the work of WOLA, NISQUA, Amnesty International and the Guatemalan Human Rights Commission. Dec. 1982, 11 pp.

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News from Washington Office on Latin America - Re execution of five Guatemalans. Mar. 21, 1983, 1 p.

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Interventions in International Forums - Before Working Group of Experts on Slavery, Guatemala--Deprivation of Indigenous Peasants' Land, Livelihood, Liberty and lives, 1978-1980. 1980, 14 pp.

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ODIHR Guantanamo report identifies human rights violations, calls for swift closure

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COHA Memorandums And Reports, Guatemala Repression Targets Educators, Research Memorandum. Sept. 29, 1980, 6 pp.

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COHA Memorandums And Reports, Controversial Reagan Campaign Links with Guatemalan Government and Private Sector Leaders, research Memorandum. Oct. 30, 1980, 13 pp.

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COHA Memorandums And Reports, The Travail of the Guatemalan Trade union Movement, Research Memorandum. Feb. 18, 1981, 6 pp.

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COHA Memorandums And Reports, Guatemala Human Rights Report, 1980. Mar. 4, 1981, 7 pp.

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COHA Memorandums And Reports, Guatemala Congressional Briefs, No.1. May 13, 1981, 2 pp.

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Mexican President's Trip to Guatemala called 'Tragic Error'. Jan. 14, 1980, 2 pp.

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Guatemalan Death Toll May Top 4,000. Jan. 22, 1980, 2 pp.

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Alarm Expressed over Threats Against Guatemalan Jesuits. Feb. 1, 1980, 2 pp.

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Daily Violence in Guatemala Evidences Growing Tensions; 1979 Human Blights Report ... Mar. 24, 1980, 5 pp.

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Bim Denies Mexican Report on Guatemalan Death List. Apr. 2, 1980, 2 pp.

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Newspaper Guild President Deplores Violence Against Newsmen, Repression of Free Press in Guatemala. July 3, 1980, 3 pp.

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Guatemala: Justice under pressure

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GUATEMALA: PRESIDENT MORALES TRIES TO STOP THE FIGHT AGAINST IMPUNITY

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GUATEMALA: SEVEN HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS KILLED IN FOUR WEEKS

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Guatemala: Fighting for their land through the radio

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Guatemala: Government must comply with Constitutional Court order

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GUATEMALA: HUMAN RIGHTS MUST TAKE PRECEDENCE IN APPOINTMENT OF ATTORNEY GENERAL

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GUATEMALA: DISCRIMINATORY LAW PUTS AT RISK THE LIVES AND RIGHTS OF THOUSANDS OF WOMEN, GIRLS AND LGBTI PEOPLE

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Guatemala’s Eternally-Woeful Tale: The country’s problematic fight against impunity. July 7, 2010.

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The International Violence Against Women Act: Could IVAWA Save Guatemala from Femicide? Aug. 5, 2010.

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Mexico’s Other Border: Immigration and Drugs Along the Mexico/Guatemala Frontier. Aug. 16, 2010.

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Administration May Reverse Rule en Cuban Publications. and U.S. Supplied Helicopters Involved in Guatemalan Massacre. July 30, 1981, 2 pp.

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Situation of human rights in Guatemala

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Journalist, radio worker found dead in Guatemala

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Case of Dr. Juan Jose Hurtado Vega (Guatemala). 1982, 3 pp.

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Human Rights in Guatemala Today/The Case of Dr. Juan Jose Hurtado. July 27, 1982, 18 pp.

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Resolution on Guatemala Introduced by Iowa Congressman and COHA Trustee. Mar. 4, 1981, 2 pp.

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Reagan Administration Preparing to Give Military Aid to Brutal Guatemalan Regime. May 6, 1981, 2 pp.

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Secret Guatemalan Committee Issue 'Kill List' of Names of Christian Democratic Leaders. Oct. 20, 1980, 2 pp.

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Christian Democratic Party Leader's Life in Danger as He Returns to Guatemala. Oct. 24, 1980, 2 pp.

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Repression Against Teachers in Guatemala ... Sept. 29, 1980, 2 pp.

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Labor Leader Calls Guatemalan Government 'Unconstitutional and Illegitimate' Feb. 19, 1981, 2 pp.

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Circular letter and copy of letter to the Pope from the Permanent Tribunal Session on Guatemala. Feb. 1983, 4 pp. (Spanish edition)

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Tribunal Permanente de los Pueblos/Sesion Guatemala, complete Proceedings published by Iepala, Editorial. Madrid, Jan. 1984, 413 pp. (Spanish edition)

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Tribunal Permanente de los Pueblos/Sesion sobre Guatemala. Madrid, 27 al 31 de enero 1983, 72 pp. (Spanish edition)

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Two more land defenders killed

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WOMEN HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDER KILLED

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Amnesty International urges Guatemala to step up efforts to strengthen the judiciary and end to protect human rights defenders.

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Guatemala: Lack of evidence suggests new proceedings against human rights defenders are unfounded

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