In Latin America, the unique concept of death is a combination of Indigenous beliefs and those imported by the Spanish colonizers.
The colonization of the Americas is often described as a ‘discovery’ and a ‘great adventure’, words which mask the reality of the bloody genocide that took place there.
The Mexican architect Luis Barragán brought a wealth of colours to the walls of his buildings, always working in tune with the natural appearance of local surroundings.
Our reporter experiences a stifling dilemma...
Óscar Martínez talks about criminal control of migration in Mexico, the realities of life in El Salvador, and why the subjects of reportage are its real heroes.