Guatemala: Families of civil war missing fight for justice
"Where are they?" That’s the question shouted every year on June 21 in Guatemala, on the National Day of Enforced Disappearances. During the country’s civil war, from 1960 to 1996, 45,000 people went missing. Each year, more mass graves are discovered, new victims are identified and their remains are returned to their families. Twenty years after the end of the conflict, people are beginning to speak out and justice has begun to do its work at last. Our correspondents report.
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