Guatemala: Unearthing the Future The last five decades for Guatemala have been marked by a long and violent civil war and by more recent tragedy, with the damage caused by Hurricane Stan in 2005. As the country seeks to unlock some of its mysteries, preserve its past and move toward the future, technology is playing a key role.
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Guatemala: Unearthing the Future

As the country seeks to unlock mysteries and preserve its past, tech is playing a key role.

Guatemala Project Builds Tech from the Ground Up

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Guatemalan Archives May Help Locate Missing

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Storm Victims' Remains Exhumed in Guatemala

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Group Works to Identify Remains in Guatemala

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