Guatemalan Paramilitaries Face Maximum Penalty for Abuse of Indigenous Mayans During Civil War

After four decades of litigation, a Guatemalan court has issued a 30-year prison sentence to five paramilitaries accused of sexually abusing and enslaving dozens of Indigenous women from the Achi Mayan community during the civil war. María Martin reports from Guatemala City.

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