These Women Are The Only Reason Some People In Mexico City Get Any Water
In some places, taps have been dry for over a year. People bathe their children with bottled water. A group of women has taken over water distribution from the city authorities. The future feared by millions of people across the world has already arrived in Mexico City.
What Happens When A Truck Carrying Radioactive Material Gets Robbed In Mexico?
Last December, a truck containing lethal radioactive cobalt-60 was stolen outside Mexico City, briefly causing an international panic. Then, almost immediately, the story quietly disappeared — but the questions surrounding it didn't.
Students Vow Continued Protests Over Disappearance Of 43 Schoolmates In Mexico
"We want them to find our schoolmates," said Raymundo, a spokesman for a group of 95 students who occupied a subway station that services of one the city's largest markets. John Stanton reports for BuzzFeed News from Mexico City.
Amazing Photos Of Mexico City Show That Natural Boundaries Are No Match For Urban Sprawl
Unbelievable aerial photographs of Mexico City show how the urban landscape spreads over mountains while maintaining a remarkable 25,400 people per square mile. "In a megalopolis like Mexico City," photographer Pablo Lopez Muz tells the Daily Mail, "the relationship between man and space is ever so apparent."