Guatemala mourns the deaths of more innocents
It is the brutal murder of two innocents which has outraged Guatemala - a country where thousands of women have been killed in the past decade, but where 90 per cent of cases are not investigated.
Two little girls - one six years old, one 11 - their tiny dead bodies still wearing pyjamas and clutching rosary beads - dumped in a Guatemalan city street, apparently strangled.
Elsewhere in Zona 11, a southern district of Guatemala City, two women also lay murdered, both shot, one reportedly in the face. Today, as their bodies are laid to rest six days after they were found - they are revealed as family.
The little girls Marbella del Rosario Raymundo Tuez, 6, and Andy Briseida Guadalupe Raymundo Tuez, 11, were the children of Carmen Virginia Tuez Franco, 35, who was found murdered nearby alongside her niece Silvia Matilde Gaitan Franco, 22 on January 16.
Emotional scenes filled a cemetery in Barberena, 50 km (31 miles) from Guatemala City, as the coffins were carried aloft.