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Central America, in Brief: El Salvador and Guatemala just eclipsed 30 and 25 years, respectively, since the accords that ended their armed conflicts. Despite recent attacks on judicial independence in both countries and intense political polarization surrounding the landmark agreements, the courts granted new openings for two watershed civil war-era cases: in El Salvador, for the 1989 Jesuit Massacre; and in Guatemala, for the multi-year genocide against the Maya Ixil people....

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