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GUATEMALA-MASSGRAVE/EXHUMATION
RTXHU2NI
September 28, 2021
Arnulfo Oxlaj, a survivor of the massacre of children from the Chiul Indigenous community in Guatemala's...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Indigenous leaders meet after local authorities prevent exhumation at site where children are believed...
Arnulfo Oxlaj, a survivor of the massacre of children from the Chiul Indigenous community in Guatemala's civil war, meets with Indigenous leaders after local authorities prevented an exhumation at the site where the children are believed to be buried, in Nebaj, Guatemala September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria
GUATEMALA-MASSGRAVE/EXHUMATION
RTXHU2NK
September 28, 2021
Indigenous leaders meet after local authorities prevented an exhumation at the site where children from...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Indigenous leaders meet after local authorities prevent exhumation at site where children are believed...
Indigenous leaders meet after local authorities prevented an exhumation at the site where children from the Chiul Indigenous community massacred in Guatemala's civil war are believed to be buried, in Nebaj, Guatemala September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GUATEMALA-MASSGRAVE/EXHUMATION
RTXHU2NH
September 28, 2021
Arnulfo Oxlaj, a survivor of the massacre of children from the Chiul Indigenous community in Guatemala's...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Indigenous leaders meet after local authorities prevent exhumation at site where children are believed...
Arnulfo Oxlaj, a survivor of the massacre of children from the Chiul Indigenous community in Guatemala's civil war, walks with his mother after meeting with Indigenous leaders after local authorities prevented an exhumation at the site where the children are believed to be buried, in Nebaj, Guatemala September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria
GUATEMALA-MASSGRAVE/EXHUMATION
RTXHU2M5
September 28, 2021
Arnulfo Oxlaj, a survivor of the massacre of children from the Chiul Indigenous community in Guatemala's...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Indigenous leaders meet after local authorities prevent exhumation at site where children are believed...
Arnulfo Oxlaj, a survivor of the massacre of children from the Chiul Indigenous community in Guatemala's civil war, is pictured after local authorities prevented an exhumation at the site where the children are believed to be buried, in Nebaj, Guatemala September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria
GUATEMALA-MASSGRAVE/EXHUMATION
RTXHU2M6
September 28, 2021
Arnulfo Oxlaj, a survivor of the massacre of children from the Chiul Indigenous community in Guatemala's...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Indigenous leaders meet after local authorities prevent exhumation at site where children are believed...
Arnulfo Oxlaj, a survivor of the massacre of children from the Chiul Indigenous community in Guatemala's civil war, is pictured after local authorities prevented an exhumation at the site where the children are believed to be buried, in Nebaj, Guatemala September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria
GUATEMALA-MASSGRAVE/EXHUMATION
RTXHU2GC
September 28, 2021
Arnulfo Oxlaj, a survivor of the massacre of children from the Chiul Indigenous community in Guatemala's...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Indigenous leaders meet after local authorities prevent exhumation at site where children are believed...
Arnulfo Oxlaj, a survivor of the massacre of children from the Chiul Indigenous community in Guatemala's civil war, meets with Indigenous leaders after local authorities prevented an exhumation at the site where the children are believed to be buried, in Nebaj, Guatemala September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria
GUATEMALA-MASSGRAVE/EXHUMATION
RTXHU2GB
September 28, 2021
Arnulfo Oxlaj, a survivor of the massacre of children from the Chiul Indigenous community in Guatemala's...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Indigenous leaders meet after local authorities prevent exhumation at site where children are believed...
Arnulfo Oxlaj, a survivor of the massacre of children from the Chiul Indigenous community in Guatemala's civil war, meets with Indigenous leaders after local authorities prevented an exhumation at the site where the children are believed to be buried, in Nebaj, Guatemala September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria
GUATEMALA-MASSGRAVE/EXHUMATION
RTXHU2GD
September 28, 2021
Indigenous leaders attend a meeting after local authorities prevented an exhumation at the site where...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Indigenous leaders meet after local authorities prevent exhumation at site where children are believed...
Indigenous leaders attend a meeting after local authorities prevented an exhumation at the site where children from the Chiul Indigenous community massacred in Guatemala's civil war are believed to be buried, in Nebaj, Guatemala September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V88Q
March 28, 2015
People carry coffins containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict, to a ceremony in El...
Nebaj, Guatemala
People carry coffins containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict, to a ceremony in El...
People carry coffins containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict, to a ceremony in El Rancho village, in the Quiche region, March 26, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V88F
March 28, 2015
People wait for coffins containing the remains of victims of the internal armed conflict to arrive in...
Nebaj, Guatemala
People wait for coffins containing the remains of victims of the internal armed conflict to arrive in...
People wait for coffins containing the remains of victims of the internal armed conflict to arrive in El Rancho village, in the Quiche region, March 26, 2015. The FAFG this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V88B
March 28, 2015
Coffins containing the remains of victims of the internal armed conflict are stacked in a truck after...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Coffins containing the remains of victims of the internal armed conflict are stacked in a truck after...
Coffins containing the remains of victims of the internal armed conflict are stacked in a truck after being transported to El Rancho village, in the Quiche region, March 26, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V880
March 28, 2015
People sit in front of coffins of victims of the internal armed conflict during a ceremony in El Rancho...
Nebaj, Guatemala
People sit in front of coffins of victims of the internal armed conflict during a ceremony in El Rancho...
People sit in front of coffins of victims of the internal armed conflict during a ceremony in El Rancho village, in the Quiche region, March 26, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V87V
March 28, 2015
Children play between empty graves prepared for victims of the internal armed conflict, in El Rancho...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Children play between empty graves prepared for victims of the internal armed conflict, in El Rancho
Children play between empty graves prepared for victims of the internal armed conflict, in El Rancho village, in the Quiche region, March 27, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 27, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V87J
March 28, 2015
Women and children stand in front of a graves with coffins of victims of the internal armed conflict,...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Women and children stand in front of a graves with coffins of victims of the internal armed conflict,...
Women and children stand in front of a graves with coffins of victims of the internal armed conflict, in El Rancho village, in the Quiche region, March 27, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media.
REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V87E
March 28, 2015
A woman reacts during a mass, next to coffins of victims of the internal armed conflict, in El Rancho...
Nebaj, Guatemala
A woman reacts during a mass, next to coffins of victims of the internal armed conflict, in El Rancho...
A woman reacts during a mass, next to coffins of victims of the internal armed conflict, in El Rancho village, in the Quiche region, March 27, 2015. The FAFG this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. March 27, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V87B
March 28, 2015
Paper bags containing the remains of a victim of the internal armed conflict are placed in a coffin in...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Paper bags containing the remains of a victim of the internal armed conflict are placed in a coffin in...
Paper bags containing the remains of a victim of the internal armed conflict are placed in a coffin in the city hall saloon in Nebaj, in the Quiche region, March 25, 2015. The FAFG this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V878
March 28, 2015
A woman reacts during a ceremony for victims of the internal armed conflict, in El Rancho village, in...
Nebaj, Guatemala
A woman reacts during a ceremony for victims of the internal armed conflict, in El Rancho village
A woman reacts during a ceremony for victims of the internal armed conflict, in El Rancho village, in the Quiche region, March 26, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V869
March 28, 2015
Anthropologists place the bones of a victim of the internal armed conflict into a coffin before handing...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Anthropologists place the bones of a victim of the internal armed conflict into a coffin before handing...
Anthropologists place the bones of a victim of the internal armed conflict into a coffin before handing it over to the victim's family, during a ceremony in El Rancho village, in the Quiche region, March 26, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V85V
March 28, 2015
People carry coffins containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict, to a ceremony in El...
Nebaj, Guatemala
People carry coffins containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict, to a ceremony in El...
People carry coffins containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict, to a ceremony in El Rancho village, in the Quiche region, March 26, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V85R
March 28, 2015
Relatives of Pedro Juan Francisco, a victim of the internal armed conflict, cleans his coffin after carrying...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Relatives of Pedro Juan Francisco, a victim of the internal armed conflict, cleans his coffin after carrying...
Relatives of Pedro Juan Francisco, a victim of the internal armed conflict, cleans his coffin after carrying it to his house in the village of Estrella Polar, in the Quiche region, March 26, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V85H
March 28, 2015
Coffins containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict are arranged in the city hall saloon...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Coffins containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict are arranged in the city hall saloon...
Coffins containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict are arranged in the city hall saloon of Nebaj, in the Quiche region, March 25, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V859
March 28, 2015
People carry coffins containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict, to a ceremony in El...
Nebaj, Guatemala
People carry coffins containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict, to a ceremony in El...
People carry coffins containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict, to a ceremony in El Rancho village, in the Quiche region, March 26, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V853
March 28, 2015
A woman cleans coffins before placing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict in them, in the...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Boxes containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict are see in the city hall saloon of...
A woman cleans coffins before placing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict in them, in the city hall saloon of Nebaj, in the Quiche region, March 25, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V84S
March 28, 2015
Boxes containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict are seen in the city hall saloon of...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Boxes containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict are seen in Nebaj
Boxes containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict are seen in the city hall saloon of Nebaj, in the Quiche region, March 25, 2015. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V837
March 28, 2015
An anthropologist from Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) places the remains and personal...
Nebaj, Guatemala
An anthropologist places the remains and personal items of a victim of the internal armed conflict into...
An anthropologist from Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) places the remains and personal items of a victim of the internal armed conflict into a coffin at the city hall saloon of Nebaj, in the Quiche region, March 25, 2015. The FAFG this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V82T
March 28, 2015
An anthropologist from Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) places personal items of a...
Nebaj, Guatemala
An anthropologist places personal items of a victim of the internal armed conflict into a coffin in Nebaj...
An anthropologist from Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) places personal items of a victim of the internal armed conflict into a coffin at the city hall saloon of Nebaj, in the Quiche region, March 25, 2015. The FAFG this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V82Q
March 28, 2015
A boy walks between empty coffins before anthropologists from the Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation...
Nebaj, Guatemala
A boy walks between empty coffins before anthropologists place the remains of victims of the internal...
A boy walks between empty coffins before anthropologists from the Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) place the remains of victims of the internal armed conflict in them, at the city hall saloon of Nebaj, in the Quiche region, March 25, 2015. The FAFG this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media.
Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V82E
March 28, 2015
A woman lines coffins with cloth before the remains (in boxes in background) of victims of the internal...
Nebaj, Guatemala
A woman lines coffins with cloth before the remains (in boxes in background) of victims of the internal...
A woman lines coffins with cloth before the remains (in boxes in background) of victims of the internal armed conflict are placed in them, at the city hall saloon of Nebaj, in the Quiche region, March 25, 2015. The FAFG this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 25, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-CONFLICT/
RTR4V816
March 28, 2015
Anthropologists from Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) pass a box containing remains...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Anthropologists from Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation pass a box containing remains of victims...
Anthropologists from Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAFG) pass a box containing remains of victims of the internal armed conflict, in Guatemala City, March 24, 2015. The FAFG this week delivered the remains of 81 skeletons found in a mass grave and who were killed in a massacre in the Estrella Polar village in March 22, 1982 during Guatemala's 1960-1996 civil war. Only the remains of 21 people were identified through DNA tests and returned to their families, while the other 60 unidentified remains were buried in unnamed graves, according to local media. Picture taken March 24, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
GUATEMALA-PEREZ/
RTR2TTMW
November 10, 2011
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Nebaj, Guatemala
To match Special Report GUATEMALA-PEREZ/
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Villagers walk past the symbol of the Patriot Party of retired General Otto Perez in Nebaj, in the region of Quiche October 20, 2011. Perez, the man formerly known as Major Tito, was elected as Guatemala's president on November 6. He will be the first military man to run the country since it returned to civilian rule in 1986, after a string of military dictatorships. Picture taken October 20, 2011. To match Special Report GUATEMALA-PEREZ/ REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GUATEMALA-PEREZ/
RTR2TTMV
November 10, 2011
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Nebaj, Guatemala
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Men walk past the symbol of the Patriot Party of retired General Otto Perez in Nebaj, in the region of Quiche October 20, 2011. Perez, the man formerly known as Major Tito, was elected as Guatemala's president on November 6. He will be the first military man to run the country since it returned to civilian rule in 1986, after a string of military dictatorships. Picture taken October 20, 2011. To match Special Report GUATEMALA-PEREZ/ REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ELECTIONS)
GUATEMALA-PEREZ/
RTR2TTMU
November 10, 2011
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Nebaj, Guatemala
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People walk on the main square of Nebaj, in the region of Quiche October 20, 2011. Retired General Otto Perez, the man formerly known as Major Tito, was elected as Guatemala's president on November 6. He will be the first military man to run the country since it returned to civilian rule in 1986, after a string of military dictatorships. Picture taken October 20, 2011. To match Special Report GUATEMALA-PEREZ/ REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ELECTIONS)
GUATEMALA-PEREZ/
RTR2TTMT
November 10, 2011
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Nebaj, Guatemala
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Women walk in a market in Nebaj, in the region of Quiche October 20, 2011. Retired General Otto Perez, the man formerly known as Major Tito, was elected as Guatemala's president on November 6. He will be the first military man to run the country since it returned to civilian rule in 1986, after a string of military dictatorships.Picture taken October 20, 2011. To match Special Report GUATEMALA-PEREZ/ REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ELECTIONS)
GUATEMALA-PEREZ/
RTR2TTMS
November 10, 2011
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Nebaj, Guatemala
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A woman walks in a market in Nebaj, in the region of Quiche October 20, 2011. Retired General Otto Perez, the man formerly known as Major Tito, was elected as Guatemala's president on November 6. He will be the first military man to run the country since it returned to civilian rule in 1986, after a string of military dictatorships. Picture taken October 20, 2011. To match Special Report GUATEMALA-PEREZ/ REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GUATEMALA-PEREZ/
RTR2TTMR
November 10, 2011
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Nebaj, Guatemala
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Men sit on a sidewalk in Nebaj, in the region of Quiche October 20, 2011. Retired General Otto Perez, the man formerly known as Major Tito, was elected as Guatemala's president on November 6. He will be the first military man to run the country since it returned to civilian rule in 1986, after a string of military dictatorships. Picture taken October 20, 2011. To match Special Report GUATEMALA-PEREZ/ REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
ROYALS
RTXL49C
March 07, 2002
Britain's Prince Andrew, the Duke of York (R), dressed in a ceremonial Indian Mayan suit, participates...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Britain's Prince Andrew, the Duke of York (R), dressed in a ceremonial Indian Mayan suit, participat.....
Britain's Prince Andrew, the Duke of York (R), dressed in a ceremonial Indian Mayan suit, participates in a ceremony at the opening of an irrigation system built by the European Cooperation in the Mayan village of Nebaj, Quiche, 80 miles north Guatemala City, March 7, 2002. [Prince Andrew is in the last day of a three-day official visit in Guatemala. This marks the first visit by a member of the British Royal Family to this Central American nation.]
ROYALS
RTXL49B
March 07, 2002
Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York (R) dressed a ceremonial indian Mayan suit, walks past a Mayan...
Nebaj, Guatemala
Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York (R) dressed a ceremonial indian Mayan suit, walks past a Mayan.....
Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York (R) dressed a ceremonial indian Mayan suit, walks past a Mayan indian mother carrying her daughter after a ceremony that opened an irrigation system built by the European Cooperation in the Mayan village of Nebaj, Quiche, 80 miles north Guatemala City, March 7, 2002. Prince Andrew is in the last day of a three-day official visit to Guatemala. This marks the first visit by a member of the British Royal Family to this Central American nation.
GUATEMALA DUKE OF YORK
RTR2A9J
March 07, 2002
Britain's Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, is dressed in a ceremonial
Mayan suit arrives at a ceremony...
Nebaj, Guatemala - Republic of
BRITAINS DUKE OF YORK DRESSED IN A MAYAN SUIT ARRIVES AT CEREMONY IN
QUICHE.
Britain's Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, is dressed in a ceremonial
Mayan suit arrives at a ceremony in the village of Nebaj, Quiche, 80
miles north Guatemala City, March 7, 2002. Prince Andrew is in the last
day of a three-day official visit to Guatemala. This marks the first
visit by a member of the British Royal Family to this Central American
nation. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

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GUATEMALA DUKE OF YORK
RTR2A8G
March 07, 2002
Britain's Prince Andrew, the Duke of York (R), dressed in a ceremonial
Indian Mayan suit, participates...
Nebaj, Guatemala - Republic of
BRITAINS DUKE OF YORK ATTENDS AN OPENING CEREMONY OF IRRIGATION SYSTEM
IN QUICHE.
Britain's Prince Andrew, the Duke of York (R), dressed in a ceremonial
Indian Mayan suit, participates in a ceremony at the opening of an
irrigation system built by the European Cooperation in the Mayan
village of Nebaj, Quiche, 80 miles north Guatemala City, March 7, 2002.
Prince Andrew is in the last day of a three-day official visit in
Guatemala. This marks the first visit by a member of the British Royal
Family to this Central American nation. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

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GUATEMALA DUKE OF YORK
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March 07, 2002
Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York (C), dressed in a ceremonial
indian Mayan suit, is escorted by...
Nebaj, Guatemala - Republic of
BRITAINS DUKE OF YORK DRESSED CEREMONIUAL MAYAN SUIT IS SCORT BY
QUICHES INHABITANTS.
Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York (C), dressed in a ceremonial
indian Mayan suit, is escorted by Quiches's inhabitants as he arrives
at a ceremony of irrigation system opening built by the European
Cooperation in the Mayan village of Nebaj, Quiche, 80 miles north
Guatemala City, March 7, 2002. Prince Andrew is in the last day of a
three-day official visit in Guatemala. This marks the first visit by a
member of the British Royal Family to this Central American nation.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva

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GUATEMALA DUKE OF YORK
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March 07, 2002
Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York (R) dressed a ceremonial indian
Mayan suit, walks past a Mayan...
Nebaj, Guatemala - Republic of
BRITAINS DUKE OF YORK WALKS PAST A MAYAN INDIAN MOM CARRYING HER
DAUGHTER IN QUICHE.
Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York (R) dressed a ceremonial indian
Mayan suit, walks past a Mayan indian mother carrying her daughter
after a ceremony that opened an irrigation system built by the European
Cooperation in the Mayan village of Nebaj, Quiche, 80 miles north
Guatemala City, March 7, 2002. Prince Andrew is in the last day of a
three-day official visit to Guatemala. This marks the first visit by a
member of the British Royal Family to this Central American nation.
REUTERS/Jorge Silva

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GUATEMALA DUKE OF YORK
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March 07, 2002
Britain's Prince Andrew (L), dressed in a ceremonial indian Mayan suit,
participates in a ribbon cutting...
Nebaj, Guatemala - Republic of
BRITAINS DUKE OF YORK IN A RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY IRRIGATION SYSTEM IN
QUICHE.
Britain's Prince Andrew (L), dressed in a ceremonial indian Mayan suit,
participates in a ribbon cutting ceremony of an irrigation system built
in the Mayan village of Nebaj, Quiche, 80 miles north of Guatemala
City, March 7, 2002. Prince Andrew is on the last of a three-day
official visit to Guatemala. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

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GUATEMALA DUKE OF YORK
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March 07, 2002
Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York (L) dressed a ceremonial indian
Mayan suit, opens a tap during...
Nebaj, Guatemala - Republic of
BRITAIN'S DUKE OF YORK OPENS A TAP DURING A IRRIGATION SYSTEM CEREMONY.
Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York (L) dressed a ceremonial indian
Mayan suit, opens a tap during a irrigation system opening ceremony
built by the European Cooperation in the Mayan village of Nebaj,
Quiche, 80 miles north Guatemala City, March 7, 2002. Prince Andrew is
in the last day of a three-day official visit in Guatemala which marks
the first visit by a member of the British Royal Family to this Central
American nation. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

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