Aftermath of Guatemalan civil war leaves thousands healing

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Guatemala’s civil war left over 200,000 people dead, 500,000 displaced, and 40,000 forced disappearances. The war is over, but the aftermath still affects thousands of war survivors. Julio Cisneros takes us to one community in Guatemala that is still trying to recover from those times. Some material might be too graphic for some audiences, we recommend discretion.

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