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Protesters in Guatemala Set Fire to Congress Building Over Spending Cuts

NYTimes.com Sunday, 22 November 2020 ()
After two hurricanes displaced thousands of people and wrecked infrastructure, a bill that cut spending on health and education and bolstered lawmakers’ meal stipends touched off a wave of anger in the capital.
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Protesters and police have clashed in Guatemala's capital after hundreds stormed the Congress building and set it on fire.

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