guatemala

Travel

Seven Places on Earth Where You Can Travel for $25 a Day or Less

When you know where to go and how to cut costs, international travel can be cheap. Here are some affordable options to inspire you to dig out your passport and start planning your next trip.
Evie Carrick
1.20.19
guatemala

Scorching-Hot Ash From Guatemala Volcano Is Derailing Rescue Efforts

The ash emerges at temperatures as high as 700 degrees celsius.
Kathleen Caulderwood
6.7.18
New music

Swae Lee's "Guatemala" is a Hazy, Windows-Down Banger

The new track, which will appear on Swae's solo portion of 'SR3MM,' will probably make you wanna drive the hell around blasting it from the car stereo.
Lauren O'Neill
4.13.18
News

'We Sent a Man to His Death': How the British Army Betrayed Its Own Informant to a Murderous Junta

After VICE investigated the British army's cooperation with a genocidal Guatemalan regime at the height of its civil war, an ex-spy has come forward with shocking allegations.
Phil Miller
8.2.16
News

How the British Army Cooperated with the Murderous Guatemalan Regime During its Bloody Civil War

Murder in the jungle.
Phil Miller
6.1.16
The We Missed You Issue

I Got Drunk and Cheated Death in a Ceremonial Horse Race

For a week each year, the Mayan villagers of Todos Santos, Guatemala, get wasted and race horses during their Skach Koyl festival. Sometimes people fall, sometimes people die. I decided to join them.
River Donaghey
3.18.16
International Women's Day 2016

Life as a Female Rapper in Guatemala, One of the Most Dangerous Places on Earth to be a Woman

Rebeca Lane is trying to make socially-conscious hip-hop in a country where femicide is part of daily life, and there are 56,000 reports of violence against women per year.
3.8.16
Art

Pure Murder: Minerva Cuevas’ Culture Jamming Logo Art

Logos speak truth to power in 'Del Montte,' an installation at the 'Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today' exhibition.
Antwaun Sargent
12.14.15
News

Guatemala's Ongoing Corruption Crisis Has Turned the Country Inside-Out

The country's last president is in jail, a crowded election is headed for a runoff, and despite massive protests observers aren't sure whether lasting reforms will be put in place.
Mark Hay
9.11.15
News

Child Refugees Are Pleading for Asylum in Downtown LA

Children who fled violence in Central America are being forced to navigate the US immigration system without a lawyer. It usually ends in deportation.
Leighton Woodhouse
9.17.14
VICE News

Authorities Arrest Protesting Fast Food Employees

And more news from around the world.
VICE Staff
9.6.14
VICE News

The Mother of a Slain Mexican Teen Sues the US Border Patrol Agency

And more foreign news from around the world.
VICE Staff
8.2.14
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