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September 29, 2012
A boy evacuated from Sinlaj village is given a routine medical check by a doctor at the Mariscal Gregorio...
HUEHUETENENGO, Guatemala
A boy evacuated from Sinlaj village is given a routine medical check by a doctor at the Mariscal Gregorio...
A boy evacuated from Sinlaj village is given a routine medical check by a doctor at the Mariscal Gregorio Solares military base in Huehuetenango, about 150 miles (240 km) northwest of Guatemala City September 29, 2012. The military evacuated 44 villagers on September 26 from Sinlaj village, located near the border with Mexico, after they were threatened by the Zetas drug cartel for not assisting in drug trafficking, according to Ronald Vasquez, the base's third commander who was in charge of the operation. The base is currently sheltering 29 villagers as it does not have the capacity to hold more people, with the other 15 being sheltered elsewhere, according to Vasquez. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY DRUGS SOCIETY HEALTH)
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