September 25, 2007
Sussane Jonas
September 25, 2007
David Tobis
September 25, 2007
Tom Bodemheimer
September 4, 2007
James Rodríguez

After more than 20 years of waiting, communities in the highlands of Guatemala are finally able to bury their loved ones—victims of some of the most brutal violence of the country's 36-year civil war. After an arduous process of gathering testimonies, finding the mass graves, and exhuming the bodies, villagers hope the dead will finally be able to rest in peace.


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