Senselessness - Since 1986, the country has had 7/7/11...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/7/11 Senselessness Horacio Castellanos Moya
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7/7/11 Central America
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7/7/11 The unnamed
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7/7/11 A Cakchiquel
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7/7/11 The indigenous population of the
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7/7/11 Timeline of Guatemalan History In 1542, Spanish conquistadors invaded the Mayan Empire 1821: Guatemalan independence from Spain The dictatorship of Jorge Úbico, 1933 - 1944 A popular uprising installed democratically elected President Juan
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7/7/11 Recent Guatemalan History Decades of oppression and a growing guerilla movement fed each other 1970s-80s: policy of the “burned earth” Some of the worst rights abuses occurred during the 17-month rule of General Rios Montt in 1982-83
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Unformatted text preview: Since 1986, the country has had 7/7/11 General Rios 7/7/11 End of dictatorship, but In 1996, Alvaro Arz became president December 29, 1996: a peace contract officially ended 36 years of civil war On April 24, 1998, REMHI presented the results of its work in the report Guatemala: Nunca ms . 7/7/11 Mayan man Rios Montt ran but won only 11 percent of the 7/7/11 Cost of the Civil War Between 1960 and 1996, about 200,000 Mayan people were murdered 90 percent of the deaths (including more than 400 massacres) have been attributed to the Guatemalan military and extra-right-wing paramilitary groups Leftist guerillas are blamed for 5...
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