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Guatamala, Central America, suffered a violent, brutal civil war for nearly forty years. A peace agreement between right-wing government and left-wing rebels in the 1990s ushered in a period of relative political stability, but left behind it a climate of impunity. And now Guatemalans, and women in particular, are still menaced by violence and brutality. Since 2001 more than two thousand women have been murdered. The government claims to be taking the issue seriously and have set up a special task force to investigate the crimes. But with only nine percent of the cases even investigated, and allegations of police incompetence — and even complicity — rife, it is hard for many to take this claim seriously.