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NPR's Gerry Hadden reports Guatemala, which suffered 36 years of civil war, is once again in danger of internal conflict. Reformers and people investigating abuses of the war years are receiving ominous threats. Unexplained attacks by anti-drug police in one village left witnesses believing that the old patterns of civil war are returning.

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