To check out my podcast on the Brazilian city’s controversial construction just click the blue box on the right.
An audio slideshow telling a short history of the Cerro Rico mine in Bolivia, once South America’s richest mine, and now one of its poorest:
The photos were taken by me on my gap year trip to South America in 2004.
Jungle Drums is the UK’s most well-known bilingual magazine on Brazilian culture, news and arts in Britain. Editorial assistant Milo Steelefox talks to Latino Lookout about what the magazine has to offer…
Mexico has been ranked as the second deadliest place to work for journalists covering the news after Iraq, according to Newseum records. Many journalists killed were crime reporters, a dangerous profession in the midst of Mexico’s deadly and unstoppable drug wars.
The chairman of the Newseum interactive museum in Washington D.C., Alberto Ibarguen said in an Associated Press article: “These murders strike at the heart of democracy by silencing speech and by depriving a community of the information it needs to conduct its affairs.”