RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Hundreds of protesters stormed the Guatemalan Congress on Saturday, November 21st, and set fire to several of its windows, until they were removed by security forces.
The demonstrators, most of them hooded, broke the entrance door to Congress as well as its windows, hurling flaming torches inside, with no deputies present inside the building.
For approximately ten minutes, amid the chaos, the protesters managed to set fire to a part of the Congress building and also destroy everything they found around them.
The flames in the Legislative Palace were visible from the street and the Red . . .