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<p>Honduran first lady Aguas Ocanas de Maduro (2nd R) and workers from INFAH, Honduras' child welfare service, remove a child from the street as his brother resists November 5, 2003 in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The boys' mother sent them to the street to beg late at night. Ocanas de Maduro, originally from Spain, initiated a program earlier in the year aimed at reducing child homelessness and exploitation by removing children from the street or from the home until their parents are able to care for them.  REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Honduran first lady Aguas Ocanas de Maduro (2nd R) and workers from INFAH, Honduras' child welfare service, remove a child from the street as his brother resists November 5, 2003 in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The boys' mother sent them to the street...more

Honduran first lady Aguas Ocanas de Maduro (2nd R) and workers from INFAH, Honduras' child welfare service, remove a child from the street as his brother resists November 5, 2003 in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The boys' mother sent them to the street to beg late at night. Ocanas de Maduro, originally from Spain, initiated a program earlier in the year aimed at reducing child homelessness and exploitation by removing children from the street or from the home until their parents are able to care for them. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Guatemalan war refugees are welcomed as they get off the plane after landing in Santa Elena, Guatemala April 1, 2007. Over 150 people returned home after more than two decades living in poverty and exile thousands of miles away in Bolivia. They are the last group of thousands displaced during the bloodiest years of 36-year civil war to come back to Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Guatemalan war refugees are welcomed as they get off the plane after landing in Santa Elena, Guatemala April 1, 2007. Over 150 people returned home after more than two decades living in poverty and exile thousands of miles away in Bolivia. They are...more

Guatemalan war refugees are welcomed as they get off the plane after landing in Santa Elena, Guatemala April 1, 2007. Over 150 people returned home after more than two decades living in poverty and exile thousands of miles away in Bolivia. They are the last group of thousands displaced during the bloodiest years of 36-year civil war to come back to Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Patrons of a fast food restaurant peer through the window at the scene of a bus driver's murder in Guatemala City October 22, 2009. In an on-going battle between organized gangs of extortionists and private bus companies, hundreds of drivers, assistant drivers, owners and passengers have been murdered over the last two years. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Patrons of a fast food restaurant peer through the window at the scene of a bus driver's murder in Guatemala City October 22, 2009. In an on-going battle between organized gangs of extortionists and private bus companies, hundreds of drivers,...more

Patrons of a fast food restaurant peer through the window at the scene of a bus driver's murder in Guatemala City October 22, 2009. In an on-going battle between organized gangs of extortionists and private bus companies, hundreds of drivers, assistant drivers, owners and passengers have been murdered over the last two years. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A woman cleans mud from her home in Amatitilan, Guatemala, May 30, 2010. The remnants of Tropical Storm Agatha dumped more rain across Central America after killing at least 17 people in the region, sparking fears of further mudslides in three countries. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A woman cleans mud from her home in Amatitilan, Guatemala, May 30, 2010. The remnants of Tropical Storm Agatha dumped more rain across Central America after killing at least 17 people in the region, sparking fears of further mudslides in three...more

A woman cleans mud from her home in Amatitilan, Guatemala, May 30, 2010. The remnants of Tropical Storm Agatha dumped more rain across Central America after killing at least 17 people in the region, sparking fears of further mudslides in three countries. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Mariachis head home after a day of playing music at the General Cemetery in Guatemala City May 10, 2010. The musicians spent the day performing for people visiting the graves of their mothers on Mother's Day. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Mariachis head home after a day of playing music at the General Cemetery in Guatemala City May 10, 2010. The musicians spent the day performing for people visiting the graves of their mothers on Mother's Day. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Mariachis head home after a day of playing music at the General Cemetery in Guatemala City May 10, 2010. The musicians spent the day performing for people visiting the graves of their mothers on Mother's Day. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>University students wait outside Congress for a response to their demand for funds supporting their annual "Huelga de Dolores" protest in Guatemala City February 19, 2008. The yearly event, held the Friday before Holy Friday, is a chance for the students to voice their opinions about the government. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

University students wait outside Congress for a response to their demand for funds supporting their annual "Huelga de Dolores" protest in Guatemala City February 19, 2008. The yearly event, held the Friday before Holy Friday, is a chance for the...more

University students wait outside Congress for a response to their demand for funds supporting their annual "Huelga de Dolores" protest in Guatemala City February 19, 2008. The yearly event, held the Friday before Holy Friday, is a chance for the students to voice their opinions about the government. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Erica Estrada, 8, cries outside the hospital where her father and grandfather were admitted for gunshot wounds in Guatemala City December 7, 2008. Police and witness say the victims were both riding on a motorcycle when they were shot from a moving car. The family was returning in several vehicles from a day at a waterpark when, according to police, assassins may have mistaken the two for someone they were hired to kill. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Erica Estrada, 8, cries outside the hospital where her father and grandfather were admitted for gunshot wounds in Guatemala City December 7, 2008. Police and witness say the victims were both riding on a motorcycle when they were shot from a moving...more

Erica Estrada, 8, cries outside the hospital where her father and grandfather were admitted for gunshot wounds in Guatemala City December 7, 2008. Police and witness say the victims were both riding on a motorcycle when they were shot from a moving car. The family was returning in several vehicles from a day at a waterpark when, according to police, assassins may have mistaken the two for someone they were hired to kill. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A woman and her nieces arrive at a shelter as Hurricane Dean approaches August 20, 2007 in Belize City. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A woman and her nieces arrive at a shelter as Hurricane Dean approaches August 20, 2007 in Belize City. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

A woman and her nieces arrive at a shelter as Hurricane Dean approaches August 20, 2007 in Belize City. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A protester runs past the Mayor's office after demonstrators set it on fire in Palin, Guatemala September 11, 2007. Residents, angry over what they say is evidence of voter fraud, took to the streets after clashing with police the previous day. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A protester runs past the Mayor's office after demonstrators set it on fire in Palin, Guatemala September 11, 2007. Residents, angry over what they say is evidence of voter fraud, took to the streets after clashing with police the previous day....more

A protester runs past the Mayor's office after demonstrators set it on fire in Palin, Guatemala September 11, 2007. Residents, angry over what they say is evidence of voter fraud, took to the streets after clashing with police the previous day. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Performers take part in an exhibition game of Maya Ball during an intercultural event in Guatemala City April 22, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Performers take part in an exhibition game of Maya Ball during an intercultural event in Guatemala City April 22, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Performers take part in an exhibition game of Maya Ball during an intercultural event in Guatemala City April 22, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Supporters of Guatemala's President Alvaro Colom clash with rivals in Guatemala City May 13, 2009. Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom denied involvement in the murder of a prominent lawyer after a video surfaced blaming the president for the crime and accusing him of money laundering. Rodrigo Rosenberg, the legal representative of a well-known businessman who was killed in April, was gunned down in an upscale Guatemala City suburb. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Supporters of Guatemala's President Alvaro Colom clash with rivals in Guatemala City May 13, 2009. Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom denied involvement in the murder of a prominent lawyer after a video surfaced blaming the president for the crime and...more

Supporters of Guatemala's President Alvaro Colom clash with rivals in Guatemala City May 13, 2009. Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom denied involvement in the murder of a prominent lawyer after a video surfaced blaming the president for the crime and accusing him of money laundering. Rodrigo Rosenberg, the legal representative of a well-known businessman who was killed in April, was gunned down in an upscale Guatemala City suburb. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A security guard breaks into the offices of Nuestro Diario newspaper during a search for armed men who barricaded themselves inside the building in Guatemala City May 14, 2008. The armed men, personal security guards for the director of the paper, Mario Sandoval, blockaded the entrances after a judge ruled former director Jorge Springmuhl was wrongfully removed from the position and should be re-instated. The incident ended peacefully when the company's security guards stormed the building, released the employees, but found no sign of Sandoval. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A security guard breaks into the offices of Nuestro Diario newspaper during a search for armed men who barricaded themselves inside the building in Guatemala City May 14, 2008. The armed men, personal security guards for the director of the paper,...more

A security guard breaks into the offices of Nuestro Diario newspaper during a search for armed men who barricaded themselves inside the building in Guatemala City May 14, 2008. The armed men, personal security guards for the director of the paper, Mario Sandoval, blockaded the entrances after a judge ruled former director Jorge Springmuhl was wrongfully removed from the position and should be re-instated. The incident ended peacefully when the company's security guards stormed the building, released the employees, but found no sign of Sandoval. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A security guard looks at a sinkhole in Guatemala City May 30, 2010. The hole, caused by rains from tropical storm Agatha, swallowed at least one three-story building. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A security guard looks at a sinkhole in Guatemala City May 30, 2010. The hole, caused by rains from tropical storm Agatha, swallowed at least one three-story building. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

A security guard looks at a sinkhole in Guatemala City May 30, 2010. The hole, caused by rains from tropical storm Agatha, swallowed at least one three-story building. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A girl standing near police tape looks at the crime scene where police found one of four severed heads left around Guatemala City June 10, 2010. According to the police, notes found with the heads point to prison gangs. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A girl standing near police tape looks at the crime scene where police found one of four severed heads left around Guatemala City June 10, 2010. According to the police, notes found with the heads point to prison gangs. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair more

A girl standing near police tape looks at the crime scene where police found one of four severed heads left around Guatemala City June 10, 2010. According to the police, notes found with the heads point to prison gangs. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Supporters of Honduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya gather at his ranch in Catacamas July 21, 2009.  REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Supporters of Honduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya gather at his ranch in Catacamas July 21, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Supporters of Honduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya gather at his ranch in Catacamas July 21, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Villagers race past spectators during a traditional competition on horseback November 1, 2004 in Todos Santos, Guatemala.  REUTERS/Daniel LeClair</p>

Villagers race past spectators during a traditional competition on horseback November 1, 2004 in Todos Santos, Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Villagers race past spectators during a traditional competition on horseback November 1, 2004 in Todos Santos, Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Massive waves crash over Havana's seafront boulevard El Malecon and against the buildings in the wake of Hurricane Wilma October 24, 2005.  REUTERS/Daniel LeClair</p>

Massive waves crash over Havana's seafront boulevard El Malecon and against the buildings in the wake of Hurricane Wilma October 24, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Massive waves crash over Havana's seafront boulevard El Malecon and against the buildings in the wake of Hurricane Wilma October 24, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A driver's assistant covers his face during a protest aimed at calling attention to the almost daily bus attacks in Guatemala City March 24, 2009.  REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A driver's assistant covers his face during a protest aimed at calling attention to the almost daily bus attacks in Guatemala City March 24, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

A driver's assistant covers his face during a protest aimed at calling attention to the almost daily bus attacks in Guatemala City March 24, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A man marks his ballot during general elections in Catacamas, Honduras November 27, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A man marks his ballot during general elections in Catacamas, Honduras November 27, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

A man marks his ballot during general elections in Catacamas, Honduras November 27, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Doratea, 5, does her homework as her mother Candelaria, who is six months pregnant, makes corn tortillas for lunch in their adobe home on the outskirts of Chiquimula April 19, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Doratea, 5, does her homework as her mother Candelaria, who is six months pregnant, makes corn tortillas for lunch in their adobe home on the outskirts of Chiquimula April 19, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Doratea, 5, does her homework as her mother Candelaria, who is six months pregnant, makes corn tortillas for lunch in their adobe home on the outskirts of Chiquimula April 19, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A woman and her son rest on a bed after their home was destroyed by a landslide caused by Tropical Storm Agatha in Amatitilan May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A woman and her son rest on a bed after their home was destroyed by a landslide caused by Tropical Storm Agatha in Amatitilan May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

A woman and her son rest on a bed after their home was destroyed by a landslide caused by Tropical Storm Agatha in Amatitilan May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Children of Guatemalan war refugees try out their new beds in La Cienaga, Guatemala April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Children of Guatemalan war refugees try out their new beds in La Cienaga, Guatemala April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Children of Guatemalan war refugees try out their new beds in La Cienaga, Guatemala April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Members of a high school marching band take part in an Independence Day celebrations in Guatemala city September 15, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Members of a high school marching band take part in an Independence Day celebrations in Guatemala city September 15, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Members of a high school marching band take part in an Independence Day celebrations in Guatemala city September 15, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Sack lunches are seen on chairs before a deportation flight arrives in Guatemala City July 28, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Sack lunches are seen on chairs before a deportation flight arrives in Guatemala City July 28, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Sack lunches are seen on chairs before a deportation flight arrives in Guatemala City July 28, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A migrant jumps a moving freight train outside Tenosique, Mexico June 16, 2008. Tighter border security and a broken-down rail line on Mexico's southern frontier are prompting thousands of U.S.-bound illegal immigrants to head north through thick jungles controlled by violent drug gangs. The perilous crossing around the tiny Guatemalan town of El Naranjo has been favored since 2005's Hurricane Stan knocked out a stretch of railroad where migrants used to jump onto freight trains and ride them through Mexico toward the United States.  REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A migrant jumps a moving freight train outside Tenosique, Mexico June 16, 2008. Tighter border security and a broken-down rail line on Mexico's southern frontier are prompting thousands of U.S.-bound illegal immigrants to head north through thick...more

A migrant jumps a moving freight train outside Tenosique, Mexico June 16, 2008. Tighter border security and a broken-down rail line on Mexico's southern frontier are prompting thousands of U.S.-bound illegal immigrants to head north through thick jungles controlled by violent drug gangs. The perilous crossing around the tiny Guatemalan town of El Naranjo has been favored since 2005's Hurricane Stan knocked out a stretch of railroad where migrants used to jump onto freight trains and ride them through Mexico toward the United States. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Police work at the crime scene where they found one of four severed heads around Guatemala City June 10, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Police work at the crime scene where they found one of four severed heads around Guatemala City June 10, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Police work at the crime scene where they found one of four severed heads around Guatemala City June 10, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>People climb up onto a bridge after a portion of it was washed away by rain water after Hurricane Agatha, in Barberena, Guatemala May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

People climb up onto a bridge after a portion of it was washed away by rain water after Hurricane Agatha, in Barberena, Guatemala May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

People climb up onto a bridge after a portion of it was washed away by rain water after Hurricane Agatha, in Barberena, Guatemala May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A young boy turns on a television, paid for with remittances from relatives in the United States, in a poor neighborhood of Managua November 3, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A young boy turns on a television, paid for with remittances from relatives in the United States, in a poor neighborhood of Managua November 3, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

A young boy turns on a television, paid for with remittances from relatives in the United States, in a poor neighborhood of Managua November 3, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Passengers look out through bus windows at a crime scene, where police found one of four severed heads left around Guatemala City June 10, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Passengers look out through bus windows at a crime scene, where police found one of four severed heads left around Guatemala City June 10, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Passengers look out through bus windows at a crime scene, where police found one of four severed heads left around Guatemala City June 10, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Catholics take part in an evening procession in Antigua, Guatemala April 15, 2006 REUTERS/Daniel LeClair</p>

Catholics take part in an evening procession in Antigua, Guatemala April 15, 2006 REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Catholics take part in an evening procession in Antigua, Guatemala April 15, 2006 REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A member of a citizen security patrol takes aim at an imaginary gang member during a light moment on the streets of 'Barcenas' in Guatemala City September 5, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A member of a citizen security patrol takes aim at an imaginary gang member during a light moment on the streets of 'Barcenas' in Guatemala City September 5, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

A member of a citizen security patrol takes aim at an imaginary gang member during a light moment on the streets of 'Barcenas' in Guatemala City September 5, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Children play near a fountain at the Parque Central in Guatemala City October 1, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Children play near a fountain at the Parque Central in Guatemala City October 1, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Children play near a fountain at the Parque Central in Guatemala City October 1, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Riders finish a night of drinking alcohol and dancing before a traditional horse race on All Saints Day in Todos Santos November 1, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Riders finish a night of drinking alcohol and dancing before a traditional horse race on All Saints Day in Todos Santos November 1, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Riders finish a night of drinking alcohol and dancing before a traditional horse race on All Saints Day in Todos Santos November 1, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A gunshot victim talks to his father by phone after surviving an attack on a public bus in Guatemala City March 25, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A gunshot victim talks to his father by phone after surviving an attack on a public bus in Guatemala City March 25, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

A gunshot victim talks to his father by phone after surviving an attack on a public bus in Guatemala City March 25, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Soldiers detain a protester after violence broke out at a demonstration outside the Congress building in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, August 26, 2003. An estimated 10,000 people from around the country attended the demonstration, protesting a proposed law affecting civil services. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Soldiers detain a protester after violence broke out at a demonstration outside the Congress building in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, August 26, 2003. An estimated 10,000 people from around the country attended the demonstration, protesting a proposed law...more

Soldiers detain a protester after violence broke out at a demonstration outside the Congress building in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, August 26, 2003. An estimated 10,000 people from around the country attended the demonstration, protesting a proposed law affecting civil services. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A young Guatemalan boy carries part of his family's roof during a slum eviction in the outskirts of Guatemala City July 12, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair</p>

A young Guatemalan boy carries part of his family's roof during a slum eviction in the outskirts of Guatemala City July 12, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

A young Guatemalan boy carries part of his family's roof during a slum eviction in the outskirts of Guatemala City July 12, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>A woman rests after a Holy Week procession in Guatemala City March 31, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

A woman rests after a Holy Week procession in Guatemala City March 31, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

A woman rests after a Holy Week procession in Guatemala City March 31, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Cuba's Yampier Hernandez warms up before his Olympic boxing qualifier match against Colombia's Oscar Negrete in Guatemala City April 30, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Cuba's Yampier Hernandez warms up before his Olympic boxing qualifier match against Colombia's Oscar Negrete in Guatemala City April 30, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Cuba's Yampier Hernandez warms up before his Olympic boxing qualifier match against Colombia's Oscar Negrete in Guatemala City April 30, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>Activists dressed as mimes perform a sketch about violence against women during a march to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women in Guatemala City November 25, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

Activists dressed as mimes perform a sketch about violence against women during a march to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women in Guatemala City November 25, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Activists dressed as mimes perform a sketch about violence against women during a march to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women in Guatemala City November 25, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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<p>An evacuee rides in a police vehicle near the volcano Pacaya near Guatemala City May 27, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair </p>

An evacuee rides in a police vehicle near the volcano Pacaya near Guatemala City May 27, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

An evacuee rides in a police vehicle near the volcano Pacaya near Guatemala City May 27, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

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