Guatemala tries Mexican massacre suspects: The trial of 14 alleged members of the Zetas has begun in Guatemala City. They stand accused of killing 11 people in Zacapa in eastern Guatemala in March 2008.
Climate extremes fuel hunger in Guatemala: Drought and flooding continue to kill.
CICIG claims that Jorge "El Gordo" Paredes, a drug lord imprisoned here in the US, ordered Victor Rivera killed in 2008 after Rivera failed to get Paredes' kidnapped child freed. Rivera was a former Interior Ministry security advisor.
Guatemalan Indians are suing the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Erick Alvarez, for what he did nine years ago as a private attorney involving mining operations in the municipality of San Miguel Ixtahuacan.
I don't know if there's been an increase in drug laundering in Guatemala, but every few days someone is arrested carrying large quantities of cash.
A more detailed look at the recent asylum ruling that asked whether Guatemalan women constituted "a particular social group" at the LA Times.
Guatemala becomes the world's fifth largest coffee exporter.