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The Guatemalan government Monday blamed the Mexican drug gang, the Zetas, for a massacre of 29 ranch workers in a rural province near the Mexican border.
The past quarter century has seen a revolution in quality and quantity of dining experiences in the Greater Washington area, a fact that 1,600 silver- and boa-clad attendees were more than ready to cheer. There were so many cheers, in fact, that as the evening progressed, it was nearly impossible to hear what award presenters — local notables handing winners their crystal obelisk trophies — were saying under the spotlights.