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Guatemalans are pasting up thousands of posters and have opened a museum to remember the 45,000 people who disappeared during the country's 36-year civil war. Some of the activists say they hope the actions will prompt the country's government to do
This is viewer supported news On Thursday, armed men sabotaged an El Salvadoran nonprofit dedicated to finding children who went missing three decades ago during a time when the United States was backing Salvador's military government. The intruders
An average of nearly 18,500 fans have attended this season's games, putting MLS third behind the National Football League and Major League Baseball in terms of gates in US professional sport, and comfortably in the world's top 10 football leagues...
Nestled in a corner of Golden Gate Park is an unlikely slice of tropical rain forest. Each morning, thick fog shrouds its trees and shrubs, snuggling them with moisture...They may come from close to the equator, but they grow best when temperatures
Personal finance Video Paid for by U.S. tax dollars, but with little public scrutiny, surveillance fees charged in secret by technology and phone companies can vary wildly. When we got to Guatemala, we just fell in love with the country, recalled Mr.
Jamaica Assault rifles at the ready, police in a speedboat scan the coastline as they slice through the slate-gray water, aware that the rocky shorelines and fishing villages that line parts of southern Jamaica are not always very sleepy these days.
Sottile, Oct. 30, 2013 Ronald Reagan was the Great Communicator...That's why his unique contribution to a long-standing Presidential tradition of second-term scandals was the key question at the heart of Iran-Contra: What didn't the President know,
Honduras (AP) Honduran police say a cameraman who was close to former President Manuel Zelaya has been found shot to death in Tegucigalpa. Police spokesman Julian Hernandez says Manuel Murillo was shot three times on the face. Police identified his
Human bones, occult shrine discovered in Colorado suburbs: cops A cleaning crew found an altar, cauldron and human remains in a shed outside Denver in suburban Lakewood. The home's former resident moved in 1998 to Central America and has since died.
Topics Former Honduran President Manuel Zelaya attends a news conference after casting his vote during primary elections in Tegucigalpa November 18, 2012. Four years after the Honduran military ousted President Manuel Zelaya, forcing him out of bed