Cashing In On ‘El Chapo’: The Cult Of The Narco

why we live in mexico and not in the united states (part 2)

Welcome back Tangerineys. If you’re new to our channel, my name is Maddie, this is Jordan, and we are Tangerine Travels. We’ve been travelling through Mexico for going on 2 years now, travelling and living in Mexico across the country and over time, we’ve realized that there are some things Continue Reading

The Femicide Crisis in the State of Mexico (Full Length)

CHURCH DESTROYED BY VOLCANO | EXPLORING VOLCAN PARICUTÍN

In 1943 a farmer here in the small town of San Juan was tending to his crop like normal farmers do, and then in between his corn, a 2 meter crack opened up when he was working. Shortly after… plumes of sulfur smelling smoke started erupting out of this crack. Continue Reading

The surprising way this Mexican state is fighting the cartels | The Americas with Simon Reeve – BBC

Arturo Rodriguez heads up an elite tactical unit, tasked with targeting the cartels. Look at the name of them! Black Mamba! So, this is a hardcore vehicle. Bloody hell! You see, this is not OK. Look at this. It’s an impact from the AK-47. From a Kalashnikov. That’s right. You Continue Reading

Submerged 400-year-old church appears after water level drops

The ruins of a 16th century church have surfaced from the receding reservoir waters in Mexico because of a drought. Located in the country’s southern state Chiapas, its believed to have been built by Spanish colonists This is the second time the temple has appeared, happening once before in 2002, Continue Reading

I Smuggle Illegal Immigrants Into United States (I Am a Coyote)

Myself, and about a dozen young men and women from Guatemala, are sitting in the half-light of dusk, inside an old barn-turned-safe house somewhere in the northern part of Chihuahua, Mexico. We’ve just finished a small dinner of rice and beans as we sorted through documents and reviewed plans for Continue Reading

Hiding From ICE In A Black Church | AJ+

They called me, I think, like 2 o’clock in the afternoon. By 7 o’clock that evening, Carmela and her four children were moving into the Church of the Advocate. It was an act of resistance against the tone in this country and the practice that was going on within the Continue Reading