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Blood barrios : dispatches from the world's deadliest streets
Éditeur Zed books
Année 2018
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Blood barrios : dispatches from the world's deadliest streets
1 vol. (XI-275 pages) : illustrations, carte ; 20 cm
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Novato en nota roja
Trad. de l'espagnol
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Publié initialement en esopagnol en 2015 par Libros del KO
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Map: Routes of cocaine and violence in Honduras ; Part I: Red Journalism ; 1. Inside the volcano ; 2. Crime beat Rookie ; 3. Night of the Chepos ; 4. Death of a Taxi Driver ; 5. Four Boards Strapped to the Back ; Part II: The Curse of Geography ; 6. A Little Known War ; 7. Mosquito Coast ; Part III: Houses, Coffins, and Graffiti ; 8. Refugee Camp ; 9. One Coffin, One Vote ; 10. Hallucinations ; 11. Night of the Fire ; Part IV: The Police ; 12. An Assassin ; 13. Death Squads ; 14. Police Reform ; 15. El Tigre Bonilla, A Culture of Simulacrum ; Part V: Storytellers ; 16. Journalists ; 17. The Politicians ; 18. Those Who Imagine ; Epilogue: What Am I Doing in Honduras?
La 4e de couv.indique : "Welcome to a country that has a higher casualty rate than Iraq. Wander streets considered the deadliest in the world. Wake up each morning to another batch of corpses—sometimes bound, often mutilated—lining the roads. Witness the screeching blue light of police sirens and the huddles of “red journalists” who make a living chasing after the bloodshed. But Honduras is no warzone. Not officially, anyway. For many years, Alberto Arce was the only foreign correspondent in Tegucigalpa. in Blood Barrios he shines a light on the suffering and stoicism of the Honduran people, and asks the international community if there is more that they can do."
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