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Monday 04 August 2008
Monday 14 July 2008
It is when Los De Abajo don the Mexican wrestling masks that things start to make sense. I am just thinking how these also look like the sort of balaclavas you might hijack a plane in, when this Mexico City collective's female singer Odisea Valenzuela cries, "Viva Zapatista!", and a cacophony of sirens, dogs and techno-funk leaps from a laptop. The band hug the stage for the second time tonight – this time as if on the run for their lives. But, like the music, the experience seems fast and exciting. They are acting out the thrill of rebellion.
Wednesday 28 May 2008
Parts of northern Mexico appear to be under virtual siege, with drug gangs pinning up hit lists across one city, showing names of police officers it wants to murder.
Saturday 26 January 2008
They say that on Mexico City's crowded buses, a young woman could climb aboard a virgin and leave pregnant.
Sunday 20 January 2008
Saturday 22 December 2007
Lying inside an almost unbroken circle of snow-capped mountains and volcanoes, Mexico City gives first-time visitors a thrill even before they touch down at Benito Juarez International Airport. Your plane will drop abruptly like a wounded duck and pan across the largest urban expanse you've probably ever seen.
Sunday 09 July 2006
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