Guatemala volcano eruption: Anger over lack of government warning

Families are continuing to search for missing relatives one week after Mount Fuego erupted in Guatemala.

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    Rescuers say there is little hope of finding anyone else alive after last Sunday's massive volcanic eruption in Guatemala.

    There is now growing public anger at the government with many saying it did not do enough to warn people in time.

    At least 110 died and thousands of homes were destroyed.

    Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from Guatemala.


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