Izabal, Guatemala Newswire

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  1. Becoming Miss HispanidadRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Style Weekly

    It could be the talkative and friendly Lizmary Almonte, a Meadowbrook High School student of Dominican descent who aspires to work as a translator or in tourism. Or maybe it's Michelle Ziegler, a James River High student with a bright smile, whose family comes from Venezuela.

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  2. 5.6 magnitude quake jolts GuatemalaRead the original story

    Monday | Newkerala.com

    Guatemala City [Guatemala], Jun 18 : An earthquake measuring 5.6 magnitude on the Richter scale hit Guatemala's Escuintla province at around 8:30 pm on Sunday, according to the United States Geological Survey . It struck at a depth of around 97 km near Guanagazapa.

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  3. At Guatemala volcano, search halted as death toll hits 109Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 7 | WDRB-TV Louisville

    Rescuers suspended search and recovery efforts Thursday at villages devastated by the eruption of Guatemala's Volcano of Fire, leaving people with missing loved ones distraught and prompting some to do the risky work themselves with rudimentary tools. Conred, the national disaster agency, said climatic conditions and still-hot volcanic material were making it dangerous for rescuers, and it was also taking into account the fact that 72 hours had passed since Sunday's eruption.

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  4. Pence to Visit Brazil, Ecuador and GuatemalaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | Voice of America

    The vice president has said he intends to bring attention during his trip to the deepening humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. Pence will meet Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno in Quito on June 27 and will finish the trip the following day in Guatemala.

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  5. Sheba Medical Center Doctors Treat Severely Burned Victims of Volcanic Eruption in GuatemalaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | The Jewish Press

    An elite medical team of consisting plastic surgeons, burn specialists and nurses from Sheba Medical Center's Israel Center for Disaster Medicine and Humanitarian Response flew to the Central American nation of Guatemala last weekend, to tend to the growing number of people who have been victimized by the eruption of the Fuega volcano. The medical team, was summoned into action after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu received an urgent call for assistance from Guatemalan President, Jimmy Morales Cabrera.

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  6. Israel's Largest Hospital, Sheba Medical Center, Sends Delegation...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | PRWeb

    An Israeli team of doctors, who are on the forefront of disaster response around the word, is now on the ground in Guatemala helping to save lives after the eruption of a volcano that has killed more than 100 people, with 200 still missing. Sheba Medical Center sent a group of plastic surgeons and burn experts to treat the victims.

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  7. Netanyahu: 'Purpose of my Europe trip achieved'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 10 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu opened the weekly cabinet meeting this morning with reference to Israeli assistance to Guatemala volcano victims and the diplomatic trip to Europe last week. "Last Wednesday I spoke with my friend, Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales, about dispatching a medical mission to Guatemala to help with the disaster.

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  8. Netanyahu praises Israeli team treating volcano burns in GuatemalaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 9 | Jerusalem Post

    Residents are seen amidst ashes as heavy machinery removes ash from a road at an area affected by the eruption of the Fuego volcano at El Rodeo in Escuintla, Guatemala June 6, 2018. Picture taken June 6, 2018..

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  9. Grim task as forensic experts ID Guatemala volcano victimsRead the original story

    Friday Jun 8 | Yahoo!

    Forensic experts worked Friday on the grim task of identifying dozens of bodies charred beyond recognition by the eruption of Guatemala's Volcano of Fire, a disaster that has left at least 110 confirmed dead and nearly 200 still missing. Even as search and recovery efforts were suspended for a second day amid dangerous new volcanic flows and dwindling hopes of finding survivors, about 15 forensic experts worked at a makeshift morgue in a warehouse in the southern city of Escuintla.

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  10. Israeli team using special enzyme to treat volcano burns in GuatemalaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 9 | Jerusalem Post

    An Israeli medical team dispatched to Guatemala last week to treat victims of a devastating volcano there were using a special enzyme developed at the Soroka-University Medical Center in Beersheba to treat the wounded, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said Saturday. The enzyme was brought to the country by the team of specialists and facilities the speedy recovery of burns and reduces the need for surgery.

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  11. .com | WATCH: At Guatemala volcano, families left on own to keep searchingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 5 | News24

    The active Fuego volcano in Guatemala has claimed 69 lives since it erupted. While bodies are still being recovered, thousands have evacuated their homes to avoid super-hot mudslides.

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  12. At Guatemala volcano, families left on own to keep searchingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 8 | WINK-TV Fort Myers

    Estuardo Hernandez, a 19-year-old worker at a plant nursery in the nearby city of Antigua, is certain he knows where his parents are, and the knowledge is driving him to desperation. He's sure they are buried inside the home where he grew up, covered by ash and other debris that swept down the Volcano of Fire into this small community.

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  13. With few choices, the poor take risk in volcano's pathRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 8 | Christian Science Monitor

    Lowering risks requires understanding their root causes. Guatemala's deadly volcanic eruption has highlighted a problem seen around the world: that poor communities often live where it's cheapest, despite the dangers.

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  14. Anger and despair as search for survivors in Guatemala endsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 8 | The New Zealand Herald

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  15. 18 of her relatives are missing or dead after Guatemala's Fuego eruptionRead the original story

    Friday Jun 8 | WAAY

    Her eyes brimming with tears, Teresa de Jesus Barillas recites the names of her 18 relatives who are missing or dead days after the Fuego volcano erupted in Guatemala, leaving nearly 100 people dead and scores more missing. Barillas, a 52-year-old grandmother, breaks down as she names her father, her five siblings, their spouses, their children and her granddaughter.

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  16. Nashua church takes part in relief effortRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 8 | Nashua Telegraph

    The devastating eruption of Guatemala's Fuego volcano left thousands homeless, dozens injured, killed or missing, and more than 12,000 evacuated, with the city buried in ash and molten rock. Rescue crews continue searching for survivors, but after a second eruption covered more of the landscape in hot ash late Sunday, rescue efforts became increasingly difficult.

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  17. Israeli medical delegation lands in GuatemalaRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 7 | Jerusalem Post

    An Israeli medical team composed of experts in treating burns, respiratory diseases and injuries which left for Guatemala on Thursday to help the victims of the country's Fuega volcano landed in the South American country on Friday morning. The team was dispatched at the bidding of the Prime Minister's Office after it received a request for help from the president of Guatemala, Jimmy Morales Cabrera.

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  18. Finger-pointing as officials admit alert was too late to save lives...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 7 | The Japan Times

    A communication breakdown between a disaster agency and volcanologists in Guatemala delayed evacuations as gas and ash clouds cascaded down the Volcano of Fire last Sunday in its most violent eruption in four decades, authorities have admitted. Compounding the situation, rain and clouds hid signs of the toxic shower of debris, known as a pyroclastic flow, hurtling down the mountainside, hindering visual observation.

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  19. Guatemala volcano death toll rises to 109Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 7 | Inside Bay Area

    View of an ash-covered window reading "Help Guatemala" in the village of San Miguel Los Lotes, which was also flooded with hot mud that descended from the Fuego Volcano, in Escuintla department, about 35 km southwest of Guatemala City, on June 7, 2018. - The threat of fresh landslides forced emergency workers Thursday to suspend a search for victims of a major eruption of Guatemala's Fuego volcano, the country's disaster management agency said.

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  20. Death toll rises to 99 in Guatemala's volcanic eruptionRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 7 | Newkerala.com

    Guatemala City [Guatemala], June 7: The death toll from a highly active volcano that erupted near Guatemala's capital on Sunday rose to 99. According to the National Coordination for Disaster Reduction of Guatemala , nearly 192 people are missing because of Guatemala's Fuego volcanic eruption that occurred on June 4. After another volcano eruption, the seismological, volcanic and meteorological institute, Insivumeh, heightened its warnings, sent rescue workers and forced evacuations, CNN reported. The Fuego Volcano exploded around noon local time on Monday and lava began flowing down in the afternoon.

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