Bolivia

Travel

I Biked the Most Dangerous Road in the World

The old highway that connects the city of La Paz with the tropical Bolivian Yungas is one of the most dangerous roads on the planet. For daring cyclists, it’s a tourist destination.
Miguel Ángel Vicente de Vera
8.31.18
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MEDELLIN

Bolivian Government Officially Blames Pilot, Airline for Chapecoense Disaster

Although they don't list the cause of the crash, the Bolivian government is officially blaming the pilot and the airline in a new report.
Brian Blickenstaff
12.21.16
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Stuff

Here's What Happens After a Massive Cocaine Bust

Civilians "better duck, first of all, because the bullets are gonna fly."
Allie Conti
5.24.16
mountain biking

For Sale: Survival on Bolivia’s Death Road

Bolivia’s Death Road doesn’t kill many people these days, but scores of tour companies still peddle its dangerous reputation. I threw in to see what the ride was actually like.
Lauren Evans
4.8.16
Travel

This Is What Bolivia's Notorious Cocaine Cocktail Bar Is Actually Like

We went to the legendary Route 36, where $20 will get you a cocktail and a gram of coke.
Mattha Busby
8.5.15
Photo

The People and Sweatshops Behind Argentina’s Largest Textile Fair

Photographer Sarah Pabst talks about her experience documenting the market known as La Salada.
Sarah Pabst
7.27.15
News

Male Machismo Is Still Alive and Well in Bolivia, Despite Evo Morales’ Claims to Combat Violence Against Women

Despite the passage of a law meant to stop violence against women, 90 percent of reported femicides from 2013 are still unsolved.
Courtney Kirkby
3.18.15
News

Bolivia Passed a Law Allowing Ten-Year-Olds to Work

For the 850,000 kids there who already work, the law is a huge victory: Children, just like adults, will now be entitled to a minimum wage, and they'll have full protection under the law. Of course, the dangers are obvious, too. Did Bolivia just create...
VICE Staff
8.2.14
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