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07 Jul 2010 08:21 GMT | Latin America, Guatemala
Guatemala has one of the highest murder rates in the Western Hemisphere.
An average of 18 people are killed every day because of a combination of targeted assassinations, drug violence, and robberies.
Only a fraction of the crimes are ever investigated, and even fewer are prosecuted, due in part to criminal organisations operating inside the government.
David Mercer reports from Guatemala City.
Source: Al Jazeera
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