Massacre in Guatemala

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In Guatemala, a massacre of at least 27 men and women in the town of Caserio La Bomba on May 15 is being called one of the country’s worst mass killings in a generation.

Police have linked the attack to the drug cartel Las Zetas. The town is near the northern border with Mexico and has become an active route for cocaine smuggling.

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In Guatemala, a massacre of at least 27 men and women in the town of Caserio La Bomba on May 15 is being called one of the country’s worst mass killings in a generation.

Police have linked the attack to the drug cartel Las Zetas. The town is near the northern border with Mexico and has become an active route for cocaine smuggling.