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Jo-Marie Burt 1h
⁩ in ⁦⁩ today: Why is Trump tacitly supporting corruption in ? “The administration’s silence empowers President Jimmy Morales to continue ruling with impunity.” ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Rep. Norma Torres Sep 18
Replying to @NormaJTorres
I call on the Trump administration to deliver a strong response to this latest attack on democracy and the rule of law in our hemisphere.
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Little Kidneys 2h
Randall Lou Meda, + Melvin Bonilla, = 1st pair for Sister Centre Program= links developing pediatric units in under resourced regions to established units.
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Adam Isacson 14h
One of my all-time heroes, —investigator of ’s parapolitics scandal and head of ’s —accepts WOLA’s 2018 human rights award. Great to have him here.
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Challen Willemsen 24h
A cute tiny delicate orchid blooming in the forest. This is Macroclinium bicolor in situ.
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leslie j. yerman 13m
The Constitutional Court has confirmed 's must be let back into the country. The nation is on the brink. Yet is supporting the corrupt regime of . This has consequences not only for Guatemala but also US & the region.
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ADI 7h
A few months ago, Kumal was stuck in a cage on the back of a circus truck, now he’s feeling the warmth of the sun on his body relaxing on the grass at the ADI temporary rescue centre in . Help others still waiting to be saved
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Reparations for Haiti 8m
Guatemala, Haiti & ALL Demand their Puppet Presidents Resign. of and the - Thousands of Demonstrators in demand the Resignation of President Morales. Read:
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Sociedad GT Sep 19
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Front Line Defenders Sep 19
New Front Line Defenders statement on crisis, and how human rights defenders under threat as the President seeks to end anti-corruption and anti-impunity commission:
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UN Special Procedures 23h
must guarantee judicial independence as attacks on judges continue — UN expert. The expert also expressed concern that some judges working on high-risk cases had suffered attacks, reprisals and intimidation. Learn more:
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Sandra Cuffe 22h
"Iván se queda, ¡Jimmy se va!" The four marches in Santa Cruz de Quiche are now in the plaza, where church and multisectorial assembly leaders are demanding the resignation of the president, ministers, governor, etc, a stop to militarization, the renewal of CICIG, etc.
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Tom 10h
The Last Walk of Adolfo Ich Powerful presentation tonight by the UNBC Geography + Rights Action Field School
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Jo-Marie Burt Sep 20
The impasse between the gov't and the is now being played out on the streets, as students convoke protests calling for the removal of the president and other officials who refuse to obey court orders to allow of the CICIG to return to .
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medshare 3m
Simple supplies can have a lifesaving impact:
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Polly Thatch 1h
"In the Puentes Project we learn to take and defend our own decisions by being assertive. Doing this strengthens our Life Plan." and work with youth in to combat violence.
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teleSUR English 4h
| Thousands of Guatemalans across the country are taking part in a student-led national strike to demand the resignation of President Jimmy Morales and Vice President Jafeth Cabrera.
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GuatemalaBillfishing 2h
To answer your question, we would probably say we see more Marlin in Oct, Nov and then again in May, June. Try book during those periods and come down for 4-5 days to give you a better shot.
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Aram Barra 53m
Opinion | Why Is Trump Tacitly Supporting Corruption in ? - The New York Times
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DeafAccesstoJustice 1h
If I got deported and went back my birth country, I might not be able to find work to support myself, to pay for food and bills and rent for housing. I would suffer from discrimination a lot in .
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Will Worley 23h
Massive police presence in 's 2nd city, Quetzaltenango, before anti-gov protest arrives in main square (much larger than last week's independence celebrations, which sees huge numbers of visitors)
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