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Cobán

 

a city in Guatemala; the administrative center of the department of Alta Verapaz. The city is located in the Cobán River valley at an elevation of over 1,300 m. Population, 46,700 (1970). It is the trading center for the surrounding agricultural region (mostly coffee). The city is noted for its handicrafts. Coban was founded in 1538.

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A family of five were swept away from a farm, the town's mayor Nazmi Coban said.
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And dozens of supporters later attacked about 20 police officers, jumping on the roof of a van and throwing themselves in front of vehicles in support of Cem Coban after a dawn raid on his home.
Coban is the site of the Guatemalan Regional Training Center, where four nations are currently each contributing a company of soldiers to form a battalion that can respond to crises around the world.
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There are five coffee growing regions: Antigua, Atitlan, Coban, Fraijanes and Huehuetenango.
The new highway through Alta Verapaz follows the crazy, winding path that the mountains allow it to Coban and other cities of the Guatemalan interior.