Guatemalan paramedic fears for life

Things have become difficult for a paramedic in Guatemala City following recent rise in violence.

    There are some very violent and dangerous neighbourhoods in Guatemala City.

    Guatemala's government has asked the US to provide more money to fight drug trafficking following a recent spike in violence.

    Al Jazeera met a paramedic in Guatemala City, the country's capital, who says that the rise in violence has made his job especially difficult.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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