THEY ARE KILLING US: Why are journalists still dying in Mexico?Wed 5th May, 2021 Mexico Mexico
Journalist Elizabeth Mistry will explore the risks to journalists as they do their job in Mexico.
Located in the southwest corner of the Alvaro Obregon borough of Mexico City, the region of San Angel was historically a rural community. It centred around a cathedral and was populated by the upper classes who were keen to keep themselves separate from the rest of the city. This continued until the mid 20th century when the monastery closed and the urban expansion of Mexico City could not be resisted and it engulfed the area.
Ancient rural community
Plaza San Jacinto 65 , San Ángel TNT, Álvaro Obregón, Mexico City, 01000View Larger Map
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