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Why A Guatemala Justice Experiment Is Struggling To Survive

Last Updated by Alice Fordham on

Guatemala is the site of a radical, internationally-led experiment in bringing the brutal and corrupt to justice. The project has had some breathtaking successes but is fighting to survive.

Reporting for this story was supported by the International Women's Media Foundation as part of its Adelante Latin America Reporting Initiative

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