- Guatemala detains 21 in money laundering case Updated: Dec-03-13 10:13 pm
- Central American mothers look for missing children Updated: Nov-30-13 7:55 pm
- Tourist draw Antigua suffers crime, political mess Updated: Nov-26-13 1:10 am
- Latin Grammys go on after green carpet rainout Updated: Nov-22-13 12:04 am
- Guatemalans use portraits, museum to seek missing Updated: Nov-15-13 1:07 pm
- Guatemala court to restart ex-leader trial in 2015 Updated: Nov-05-13 8:07 pm
GUATEMALA CITY - Guatemalan authorities say they have detained 21 people who allegedly laundered money for Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel led by Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
GUATEMALA CITY - Fifty Central American mothers have gathered in Guatemala to begin their trek through Mexico to look for their missing sons and daughters who disappeared there on their way to the United States.
ANTIGUA, Guatemala - With its cobblestone streets and colonial-era churches and plazas, picturesque Antigua has long been Guatemala's top tourist destination as an oasis away from the crime and chaos consuming the rest of the Central American country.
Undeterred by a torrential rainstorm that shut down the green carpet, the stars of Latin music gathered to award Carlos Vives three Latin Grammys including song of the year for "Volvi a Nacer" in Las Vegas.
GUATEMALA CITY - As darkness fell over the peeling colonial houses of Guatemala City, eight young men and women crept through the streets carrying buckets of glue and photocopied pictures of people who'd been missing for decades.
GUATEMALA CITY - A Guatemalan court official says the trial of former dictator Efrain Rios Montt will restart in January 2015 in response to the Constitutional Court throwing out an earlier conviction of the strongman for the massacre of thousands of Maya.