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Guatemala's First Female Attorney General Takes On Country's Biggest Criminals

Mar 28, 2013 (All Things Considered) — The first female Attorney General of Guatemala is taking on some of the country's most powerful kingpins, past dictators and local crime bosses. She's lowered the Central American nation's high crime rate and brought justice for victims of the 36 year old civil war.

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