Guatemala Shaken by Peten Massacre

2 Guatemala, May 16. -Guatemala was shaken on Monday by the massacre of at least 29 farmworkers in the northern department of Peten, apparently by the Mexican drug cartel Los Zetas. The beheaded and bullet-riddled bodies of the victims, laborers at the Los Cocos farm in La Libertad municipality, were found on Sunday and authorities were investigating the exact time

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Immigrants Protest Massacres, Abuse in Mexico

2 Mexico City, Apr 21. -A religious-like demonstration called "The Immigrant''s Way of the Cross" is heading for Ixtepec, in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, to protest the massacre in San Fernando, Tamaulipas. Central American human rights activists and immigrants are participating in the march, which began Wednesday on the bank of the Suchiate River on the Guatemalan border,

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Pres. Funes to Visit Mexico After Tamaulipas Slaughter

2 San Salvador, Sep 1. -Mauricio Funes, president of El Salvador, is to visit Mexico in September and security in light of the massacre in Tamaulipas will cap his agenda. Foreign Minister Hugo Martinez did not announce the specific date of the trip but said the trip to Mexico is a top priority in his busy agenda for the month.

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