Guatemala mourns earthquake victims

Funerals held in hard-hit southeastern town of San Cristobal for some of the 52 people killed in Wednesday's disaster.
Last Modified: 10 Nov 2012 07:13

Funerals have been held in Guatemala for some of the 52 people who died in Wednesday's earthquake.

The mourning was especially intense in the southeastern town of San Cristobal, which was one of the worst-hit areas.

Al Jazeera’s correspondent Rachel Levin reports from San Cristobal.


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