When one considers Mexican immigration to the U.S., many envision groups of poor families sluggishly yet relentlessly crossing numerous boundaries in order to reach the land presumed to abound with opportunities. However, in some cases, the families that cross the U.S./Mexican border are not impoverished but affluent, using the resources they have to escape the violence that continually looms over them.
Health and Society
In Venezuela, a country known for being one of the most violent in the world, one person dies about every 21 seconds, leading to more than 43 deaths per day. One of these unfortunate victims was
On Christmas Day, Argentines bathing in the popular swimming spot of the Paraná River near the city of Rosario (which lies about 200 miles northwest of Buenos Aires) were attacked by a swarm of flesh-eating fish.