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GUATEMALA-MINING/
RTS20CIL
September 06, 2018
Xinca indigenous people of the town of San Rafael Las Flores stand outside of the Constitutional Court...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Xinca indigenous people of the town of San Rafael Las Flores stand outside of the Constitutional Court...
Xinca indigenous people of the town of San Rafael Las Flores stand outside of the Constitutional Court of Guatemala after a news conference on the Tahoe's Escobal mine, in Guatemala City, Guatemala September 6, 2018. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria
GUATEMALA-MINING/
RTS20CIK
September 06, 2018
Xinca indigenous people of the town of San Rafael Las Flores stand outside of the Constitutional Court...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Xinca indigenous people of the town of San Rafael Las Flores stand outside of the Constitutional Court...
Xinca indigenous people of the town of San Rafael Las Flores stand outside of the Constitutional Court of Guatemala after a news conference on the Tahoe's Escobal mine, in Guatemala City, Guatemala September 6, 2018. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria
GUATEMALA-MAYA/
RTR1MDFE
February 14, 2007
An indigenous teacher explains the grammar of the Xinca language to young community members in Chiquimulilla,...
Chiquimulia, Guatemala
An indigenous teacher explains the grammar of the Xinca language to young community members in Chiquimulilla,...
An indigenous teacher explains the grammar of the Xinca language to young community members in Chiquimulilla, Guatemala, February 4, 2007. A bilingual education drive in the mostly Mayan country is reviving 21 languages pushed aside since the Spanish conquest, some of which were close to extinction. Picture taken February 8, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA-MAYA/
RTR1MDFD
February 14, 2007
Ricardo Chavez, 81, one of only a handful of community members with knowledge of the indigenous Xinca...
Chiquimulia, Guatemala
Ricardo Chavez, who has knowledge of the indigenous Xinca language, sits outside his home with his grandchildren...
Ricardo Chavez, 81, one of only a handful of community members with knowledge of the indigenous Xinca language, sits outside his home with his grandchildren in Chiquimulilla, Guatemala, February 4, 2007. A bilingual education drive in the mostly Mayan country is reviving 21 languages pushed aside since the Spanish conquest, some of which were close to extinction. Picture taken February 4, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA-MAYA/
RTR1MDFA
February 14, 2007
Felix Sandovar Marroquin, one of the oldest community members with knowledge of the indigenous Xinca...
Chiquimulia, Guatemala
Felix Sandovar Marroquin, who has knowledge of the indigenous Xinca language, sits in his home with one...
Felix Sandovar Marroquin, one of the oldest community members with knowledge of the indigenous Xinca language, sits in his home with one of his 21 grandchildren in Chiquimulilla, Guatemala, February 4, 2007. A bilingual education drive in the mostly Mayan country is reviving 21 languages pushed aside since the Spanish conquest, some of which were close to extinction. Picture taken February 4, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA-MAYA/
RTR1MDF4
February 14, 2007
A Xinca boy does his Spanish homework at his home in Chiquimulilla, Guatemala, February 4, 2007. A bilingual...
Chiquimulia, Guatemala
A Xinca boy does his Spanish homework at his home in Chiquimulilla, Guatemala
A Xinca boy does his Spanish homework at his home in Chiquimulilla, Guatemala, February 4, 2007. A bilingual education drive in the mostly Mayan country is reviving 21 languages pushed aside since the Spanish conquest, some of which were close to extinction. Picture taken February 4, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
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