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US to Help Guatemala Train Its Border Protection Force

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

US to Help Guatemala Train Its Border Protection Force

"The U. S. is pledging to help what Amala protect its border in an effort to reduce immigration vice president Kamilla Harris via video met with the president of Guatemala and agreed the U. S. will send sixteen workers from the homeland security department to Quader Molla to help train a border protection task force and help the country build shelters and other support systems for migrants who've been returned from the US or Mexico we want to work with you to address both the acute causes as well as the root causes in a way that will bring hope to the people of Guatemala that there will be an opportunity for them if they stay at home president Biden has put Harris in charge of addressing this flood of migrants trying to enter the United States Jackie Quinn Washington

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"guatemala" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

07:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"guatemala" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

"Now in comparison so in comparison just to give you gauge the fast november felt more structured but yet flexible the same time and before coming to guatemala ocht my area and he stays for antigua as well as it glamping experience in san marcos laguna and cossiga said federal enough for the week. Initially i was not thinking of starting my next fasting and prayer on good friday and ending on the monday after easter guarded. Hell everything lined up. My bliss land bell Would not bala at lake dealin is supernatural so samana sox among us on talent guatemala. So have you tuned into my loss episode. Talked about this for a big. I'm so if you haven't severe first time hearing about it in i'll keep it Kind of in the middle. I didn't even realize was going to be in antigua guatemala during holy week or someone santa until the week before when i was in esu which is near san jose costa rica. I love being guatemala for santa. For many reasons. Walking the cultural Streets seeing the santa catalina arch absolute a dream come true in it felt surreal and real at the same time including hiking. Settle the cruise praying inside Church and seeing one of the world's most beautiful holy week celebration. It's interesting how even before i went in kwa. I booked my departure date from antigua to san marcos at t lend for good friday as a result. I saw the beautiful late show concert in central park in Thursday night before. Good friday and in the beautiful rugs from brazil churches around city as well as on good friday morning around central park. The rugs aka foam brass before leaving after praying. I decided to have maya last meal before three. Pm on friday. I a Family owned watermelon restaurant week before. I realized my attention for the past Mercy grace and forgiveness. You may see the super ally to the timing of good friday. Saturday easter i originally booked the By clamping experienced to leave on sunday. Easter however a few weeks before i started feeling to extend it and then the practical guide and confirm this when my next place ended up. Being booked for sending nine aligning me to change the glamping until you monday easily for a while. Now i wanted to relive some of my girl scout experiences so when i found bliss land belton if yet airbnb last year i prayed took a line to action to stay ebola slann with no wi fi for a period of time things divinely lined up to arrive on good friday and interestingly enough there was a surprise procession. None were being held in antigua adding to the adventures. Anyone else packed their whole life. In one case went back. Pack purse for over two years. I started my fast with prayer intention for mercy forgiveness anchored in love. That is my freeze for two thousand twenty one. So my word is love by last year. And my phrase for this year is anchored that i am anchored in love. I prayed meditated read journaled friday. I prayed in a line to read matthew mark luke and john accounts of good friday to easter on saturday and sunday. My reading of luke. John expanded for the coming weeks. I immersed myself in nature with my stays swimming petite. Lynn deathly a bucket list item checked off and went to settle son who he'll which is a reserve a ten marcus in a great place to swim off the rocks. The water is incredibly I am in awe. That i am in lake at legacy lend for a month now. I only had liquids past three. Pm on friday Nibs which are tiny tiny bits of She will coffee in a sense. Like pure cowl saturday liquids day and sunday liquids. all day until a pesto. And hamas toast. Lately late in the day Monday started off with a smoothie bowl. I started fasting back in two thousand eighteen. As share obsolete changes things this led to increase gratitude and contentment including slowing down. Travel's also a revelation no souvenirs are buying souvenirs are closed until minimum april twenty second which i am super proud of myself to say that i absolutely adhere to an extending it into twenty third and two iowa. Got one thing for myself some shorts for mexico and three gifts for friends and family and you can see of course pictures behind the scenes so a at a glance what is being looked like. What does it mean. It's camping but like with a glamorous twist but some people still may not consider glamorous as i'll give you hear a brief overview and then in the next episode out deeper so you can definitely check my video out it's also included and it's on my youtube of the glamping experiences and bliss lamb ten definitely says the bar with beautiful surroundings immersion in nature. You're on private and secure space outdoor shower out of bamboo. Incredible decor beds inside a hammock and relaxation. Space annan eco. Conscious compost toilet is absolutely breathtaking. So have you gone laughing at no matter where you are in the world. There are options. Good always come to leak cotinine glaring perfect experienced app from time to time in bliss slanted bar high for sure. I felt like combining the glamping with a fast prayer in nature russian. The took the entire experience to a new level. Have you gone glamping before. Have you fasted before thinking about it. What about combining both. How're you strengthen your faith on a daily annual basis. Do you find yourself most refresh with prayer nature. Bible studies fasting or all the above. Have you unplugged with nature before with an experience like glamping. I love combining prayer fasting in nature altogether to fill my soul to overflow. If you loved this episode definitely love will and episode on prayer for you and our world as always if you leave a review on itunes. I will shut you out in your view in your handle or website and you share share what you learned and interact in creek community. 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"guatemala" Discussed on The Current

The Current

04:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"guatemala" Discussed on The Current

"The biden administration wants to slow the tide of migrants by providing aid to their home countries. Something that administration hopes will be a more permanent solution. Anita isaacs a professor of political science at haverford college and director of migration encounters. It's an oral history project on migration and he's a good morning to you. good morning. Hi matt annemarie was talking about addressing some of the root causes of what's happening in guatemala. What are some of those root causes of this crisis well. The root causes go back several centuries so the root causes stem really from the colonial era. Which so the sees of systematic system systemic and systematic exclusion of the majority of the population Or close to the majority right now which is indigenous. My in our said of the communities with which are living in the dry corridor predominantly that are the areas most affected in that. We're so eloquently described by your previous guests so the roots are historical. Their political that. Racial their geographic. They're compounded by each should be a factor. How would you describe the government the current government in guatemala and what the government has or hasn't done when it comes to this crisis the government has done very little much like all the preceding governments The current government represents sort of an intensification of Building on the outgoing government that is basically thrown in its lot with The with organized criminal element. has sewn packed with The elites which represented cast class in guatemala and together basically have forged with what amounts described as a pack of the corrupt. It is as indifferent to the plight of the majority of its poor citizens. as previous government but in addition has become increasingly affiliated with organized. Criminal elements annamaria mendez. Was talking about the importance of the right kind of foreign aid and you have written about this as well that there needs to be a change in how the united states in particular approaches foreign aid to the region she was talking about not just showering money but being strategic. If you go back a little bit..

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Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to Deploy Troops to Slow Migration

90.3 KAZU Programming

00:56 sec | Last month

Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to Deploy Troops to Slow Migration

"The Bind Administration has secured agreements with Mexico and Central American countries to fortify their borders. As NPR's Tamara Keith explains. It's an effort to slow the tide of unaccompanied minors trying to come into the U. S. The number of unaccompanied minors showing up at the southern border of the U. S is on pace to set records, and the Biden administration is struggling to keep up. Tyler Moran, special assistant to the president for immigration set on MSNBC's morning Joe that the administration is working with Mexico and other countries. We've secured agreements for them support more troops on their own border. Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala have all agreed to do this. That not only was gonna prevent the traffickers and the smugglers and the cartels that are taking damage with the kids on their way here, but also to protect those Children, she said. The administration is also working to speed up its ability to process the Children and teenagers. And move them to safe places awaiting disposition of their

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Mexico Expects a 'Constant and Growing' Flow Of Migrants

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | Last month

Mexico Expects a 'Constant and Growing' Flow Of Migrants

"Migrants. Mexico's top diplomat offered a sobering assessment Thursday of what's to come unless the United States joins Mexico in development aid for the Northern Triangle of Central America. Foreign Relations Secretary Marcello Abroad said he expects constant and growing flows of migrants in coming years abroad said Mexico is proposing investing money in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador. The three countries sending the largest number of migrants to the U. S southern border. Abroad said Mexico expects the United States to join in the development aid, and he estimated the U. S will have to spend $2 billion per year to stem the migration. Mike Rossi, a Washington and Akron, Ohio police

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Mexico expects a 'constant and growing' flow of migrants

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Mexico expects a 'constant and growing' flow of migrants

"Hi Mike Rossi our reporting a top Mexican official expects a constant and growing flow of migrants Mexico's top diplomat offered a sobering assessment Thursday of what's to come unless the United States joins Mexico in development aid for the northern triangle of Central America foreign relations secretary Marcelo Ebrard said he expects constant and growing flows of migrants in coming years abroad said Mexico is proposing investing money in Honduras Guatemala and El Salvador the three countries sending the largest number of migrants to the U. S. southern border guard said Mexico expects the United States to join in the development aid and he estimated the U. S. will have to spend two billion dollars per year to stem the migration Mike Crossey out Washington

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Sen. John Cornyn tours Houston facility for unaccompanied minors

One Life Radio

00:04 sec | Last month

Sen. John Cornyn tours Houston facility for unaccompanied minors

"John Cornyn is saying terrible things about Houston area facility that's temporarily housing migrant Children yesterday, the Texas Republican toward the undisclosed location run by the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston, Houston, and visited with kids from Honduras and Guatemala who were being tutored. He says the site is better managed, then the migrant facility he recently visited in Donna, Texas, at that site, Thous. Sins of kids are packed into rooms intended to hold a few 100

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9-year-old girl drowns trying to cross Rio Grande into US

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:11 sec | Last month

9-year-old girl drowns trying to cross Rio Grande into US

"Says it rescued a mother from Guatemala and our two kids who were unresponsive. After trying to cross the Rio Grande River. One of the kids, a nine year old girl did not survive. New

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Biden holds first press conference as president

Fresh Air

00:59 sec | Last month

Biden holds first press conference as president

"Biden is disputing GOP claims that his decision to undo some Trump era immigration policies is to blame for the surge of Central American migrants crossing the Southwest border. In his first formal press conference since taking office more than two months ago, Biden said a short time ago, the heightened level of crossings occurs every year, especially around this time of year. The reason they're coming is that it's the time they can travel with the least likelihood of dying on the way because the heat the desert Number one number two. They're coming because of the circumstances in country. Bind has put Vice President Kamila Harris in charge of the diplomatic mission to engage Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras to address the root causes of increased migration. The immediate concern is finding more space to house thousands of migrant miners arriving on their own. President says he's as the Defense Department to make Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas, available for Housing uses base has 5000 beds.

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Harris tapped by Biden to lead border migration effort

All Things Considered

00:31 sec | Last month

Harris tapped by Biden to lead border migration effort

"Says he asked Vice President Harris to take over the administration's diplomatic push with Mexico and Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. Help them stem the flows of migration to the U. S border, But the vice president's agreed among the Multiple other things that happened with him and I appreciated, Agreed Tonto. Lead our diplomatic effort and work with those nations to accept the attorneys. And enhanced Migration Force mint at their borders During

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Biden taps VP Harris to lead response to border challenges

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Biden taps VP Harris to lead response to border challenges

"President Biden is stabbing vice president Harris to lead the response to challenges at the southern border it's similar to the Obama administration's early years when Vanda vice president Biden was tasked to lead the Iraq pull out this time the president's turning to his number two to tackle the surge of young migrants at the border a challenge that threatens the administration's legislative agenda she speaks for many the president said she'll deal with the northern triangle nations of El Salvador Guatemala and Honduras to tackle internal issues that drive immigration needless to say the work will not be easy the U. S. has seen a dramatic spike in border encounters the past two months Sager mag ani Washington

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US and Mexico discuss immigration in high level meetings

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

US and Mexico discuss immigration in high level meetings

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the U. S. and Mexico discuss immigration in high level meetings with the surge of migrants arriving at the U. S. Mexico border a U. S. delegation was in Mexico City Tuesday for a series of meetings with Mexican counterparts the sides were discussing immigration and regional development president Joe Biden is coming under increasing pressure to formulate a plan to deal with the border crisis especially unaccompanied children most of the migrants are coming from the so called northern triangle countries of Guatemala Honduras and El Salvador Biden has spoken of sending four billion dollars in development aid to the region Mike Crossey out Washington

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Biden dispatches top officials to Mexico, Central America as border crisis grows

Todd and Don

00:25 sec | Last month

Biden dispatches top officials to Mexico, Central America as border crisis grows

"The Biden administration has dispatched senior U. S officials to Mexico and Guatemala to address the surge of migrants at the Southwest U. S border officials say they're trying to get it. The causes of migration like promoting job creation administration also says it's running a campaign featuring thousands of radio ads in Brazil and in the Northern Triangle. That's El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala. Telling would be migrants to scrap their travel

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The Case of Sandy Melgar

Women and Crime

02:07 min | Last month

The Case of Sandy Melgar

"Ever heard of this case. I've heard of it. I knew it was on truth and justice. But i don't know the details at all so this is going to be like you're going to be revealing this to me as we go. Let's do it so we have hymie melgar. Who often goes by jim. And that's how we'll be referring to him in this episode. He was born in guatemala and had immigrated to the us when he was just three years old and he lived in texas with his parents and his two older brothers by all accounts. Jim was very smart. Well liked by really everybody. He was described as having a great sense of humor. Living a very healthy lifestyle. He was very active and very helpful to all those around him. And then we have. Sandra known as sandy which will refer to her. Sandy also lived in houston and that's where her gym met back in. Nineteen seventy seven when they sat next to each other in high school classroom. How does that high school sweetheart. They are high school sweethearts. He wanted very cute. He actually sat behind her in class and apparently he was smitten with her in houston. Pull her hair. Oh as an acute so few years after high school in one thousand nine hundred eighty two got married and they started their life together. Jim started his career as an it. Specialist and sandy nurse later they would start a medical billing company together and they worked quite closely with each other and they also managed a few rental homes. The couple had one daughter named liz who was born in one thousand nine hundred five around. The time that their daughter was born to the couple became involved with jehovah witnesses. That's why sorry. That's why i also remember this case. Because she was they. Were jehovah's witnesses yeah. The melgar 's allegedly wanted to provide a strong religious upbringing further daughter. And that's why they had sought out a religion at this time. The family was very close. Knit very happy. According to their daughter there was never any yelling never any disrespect as she would say they were an example of a perfect marriage over like families they did have a few obstacles. It was really sandy's health. That was the problem. Sandy suffered for many many medical ailments. She had lupus epilepsy hypothyroidism. she had double hip replacement. She had short term memory loss. She had bouts of vertigo. She also suffered from multiple violent seizures in which she would experience retrograde amnesia

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US Officials To Hold Talks in Mexico & Guatemala on Migration

All Things Considered

04:37 min | Last month

US Officials To Hold Talks in Mexico & Guatemala on Migration

"Migrants coming to the U. S border. Thousands of unaccompanied teens and Children in U. S custody, some held in jail like facilities. More likely on the way. This is the urgent situation facing President Biden at the border today and an echo of the one he faced as vice president back in 2014. His approach so far is similar focus on the root causes. Today, he sent three top officials to Mexico and Guatemala to discuss how to manage the increasing numbers of people trying to reach the U. S. Joining us to talk more about this is Franco or join us and Przybyl, White House correspondent and Franco first tell us just the basics of this trip to Mexico. Well, I think this is a trip that really shows how urgent the situation really is. Most of the migrants to the U. S border are from three Central American countries. Mexico had been working with the former administration to keep them from making that journey through Mexico, but that largely stopped. Biden is now sending two top officials from the National Security Council and another from the state Department to the region. Roberta Jacobson. She will be leading talks with Mexico's foreign secretary, Marcello Abroad and other top Mexican officials. She was actually an ambassador to Mexico during the Obama administration, and she'll be joined by one Gonzales, the NSC senior director for the region. Now they'll be talking about how to manage the situation and also be exploring a joint development strategy for Mexico and the Northern Triangle countries, you know, trying to work together to address the root causes of migration. Let's take one example. Guatemala What's on the agenda there? Welcome. Salas, again from the NSC and Ricardo Zuniga from the State Department will travel to Guatemala to meet with president they part of the President Alejandro Giammetti and his foreign minister, Pedro Barolo, and other economic and security officials. They will also meet with representatives from the private sector and civil society groups. You know, the big picture here is that President Biden feels that security and prosperity in Central America Are closely linked to security and prosperity in the United States. Give us some context here in terms of how Biden waiting when he was vice president, and maybe what he's doing differently this time around as president. Well, his vice president, Biden led a similar effort to Rio to address the root causes of migration. It was called the Alliance for Prosperity, and it provided a billion dollars to help police training, judicial reform and and corruption. This time around. He wants to offer $4 billion. Now I talked to Andrew Seeley about this. He's the president of the Migration Policy Institute. He said Biden is finding out the hard reality about this challenge that faces all presidents. And that it's not easy. The border is to immigration politics with the Middle East is to foreign policy. You know, every president comes in determined to do something focus on a different part of immigration. And ends up sucked into the border in some way. Frankly, Biden now owns this issue and the political fall out in a way that he didn't when he was just the vice president and one big difference in his approach this time is that the administration is going to be a bit more clear eyed about the realities of corruption at the highest level of these governments and Central America. The administration says they will on Lee give the money to community and international organizations. How has the Biden administration responded to criticism from Republicans who are claiming that Biden triggered this influx of migrants by reversing some of the restrictive immigrant immigration policies? Of President Trump's, You know, it's been a difficult thing to answer. On the one hand, the bind Administration says Look, we're going to have a more humane policy and going to rebuild the asylum system, which was largely dismantled by the former administration. On the other hand, they're saying Don't come now. And there's a sense that that message is a little bit muddied. The White House insists they've been clear they point to the thousands of radio ads and targeted social media ads in the region that they say have reached millions of people. But the numbers of people coming to the border are still high. And while the administration says that most people are turned away Children or not, and some families are not as well. And will Biden visit the board? Well, he said yesterday that heals go at some point, but there's no sense that that will happen in the near future. That's NPR.

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U.S. sees major surge in migrants at southern border

Chad Benson Show

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. sees major surge in migrants at southern border

"Or more Katya RFM, Glendale, Phoenix and a half 1000, according to H. H s official and a document obtained by ABC News. Numbers separate from the number of unaccompanied Children and Border Patrol custody, which, as ABC News is reported, is that a record of more than 5000 the surge of the border leading to heartbreak ABC is Matt Gutman in El Paso, Texas migrants many of them with Children in their arms, deported to Mexico by U. S officials at the southern border, with some saying they weren't told where they'd be taken. This mother from Honduras had hoped to reunite with her Children's father in the U. S. She says. I only asked the U. S government to give me One opportunity because my girl doesn't know her father, the body administration now urging migrants not to come. But it's facing mounting criticism for its handling of this certain Mexico now deploying officers to its southern border with Guatemala, trying to keep more migrants from

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Senators Visit Southern Border Amid Increase Of Unaccompanied Minors

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:15 min | 2 months ago

Senators Visit Southern Border Amid Increase Of Unaccompanied Minors

"This week. There's a 30% increase in the number of young migrants being held by customs and border protection. Senator Chris Murphy, a Democrat of Connecticut, is just back from the border and joins us now, Senator Thanks so much for being with us. Yeah. Thanks for having me you were with the homeland Security secretary yesterday. El Paso on a bipartisan delegation of senators. Uh, no press, no cameras. DHS says that was for privacy. But does this just serve the skepticism that the government has something to hide? I think there's a way for DHS to allow some additional press access into these facilities at the same time. You know, these are kids, you know, six years old 12 years old, who are at the incredibly vulnerable point in their life, And so I certainly understand that there's a reason why you want to be careful about, um, giving press access to them at the same time. We've got to be possible to let reporters just walk around, not take any pictures, right? Yeah, No, I'm Emma's knows something that we should all press the administration to do better on. We want to make sure the president access toe hold pigment castration accountable, but that's the reason I was there to hold them accountable and We've seen a surge that began last year began under the Trump administration, but it's real. It's pressing their resource is and right Now, these kids you're staying too long in detention centers were gonna work. I'm getting them. Additional resource is so that we can process these kids and get them in the J just care rather than the HSE care as quickly as possible. It zah real challenge right now along the border, we got do better. Well, according to NPR reports, hundreds of Children and teens have been held in detention centers for 10 days and longer and of course, by law is supposed to be just 72 hours. You're in charge of the appropriations Committee that over overseas homeland security. Is there any kind of motivation? You could give them if I might put it that way? Well, you know, the rise in Children coming to the border has happened so quickly that it has been difficult. Move them out of these detention facilities in under three days. Right now, as we speak, they're building new capacity to be able to house these Children and filling new slots in the HHS systems. So they are also trying to rebuild. A program of the Trump Administration ended in Central America to allow for kids to apply for asylum there. You know what Donald Trump did was essentially tear down the entire asylum system on so when you had this massive increase in Children coming to the border, first at the end of last year, continuing into the Biden administration It was very difficult for people to move these kids out of attention in that 72 hour period. So the vitamin station's been working very fast to try to rebuild the asylum system. To try to let these kids once again apply to stay in this country if their lives are truly in danger back home and Guatemala or Honduras. But they inherited an absolute mess. A wreck from the Trump administration. They're trying to do better as quickly they can. So they're going to be opening up new facilities for these kids throughout the southwest border in the coming weeks. Hopefully you'll be able to see these times go back down below 72 hours very quickly. They're doing the best. Well and what conditions look like for you in the minute we have left. Well, I mean, this is better than what we saw in 2019. You're not kids in, you know, so called cages. They're not being separated from their family at the border. But these are facilities. You wouldn't want your child in for more than 10 minutes there. Big open rooms. The kids air. You're sleeping on thin mattresses on the floor. There sort of bunched. You know about six inches to a foot from each other. We've got ultimately do better. These air conditions that can just build on the trauma that these kids have already experienced in their home countries and on the long transit to the United States by administration's trying as quickly as they can Process these

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Remains of Guatemalan Migrants Massacred in Mexico Return Home

All Things Considered

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Remains of Guatemalan Migrants Massacred in Mexico Return Home

"In Atlanta. The remains of 16 Guatemalan migrants massacred in the Mexican state of Tom Olympus in January were returned to their native country today. As Maria Martin tells us, the families of the migrants had traveled to Guatemala City from their rule villages to receive the remains of their loved ones. Investigations into the massacre continue in Mexico, where police are believed to be responsible for the shooting deaths. Meanwhile, the grieving families of those who came from what the mullahs Many of them from one small indigenous community near the Mexican border can have some closure and bury the remains of these young men and women making their way north to the U. S. For a better life. The bodies were found piled and charred pickup truck across the Rio Grande from Texas. A dozen Mexican state police officers were arrested. In connection with the

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Guatemalan Women and Girls Protest Skyrocketing Cases of Femicides

Morning Edition

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Guatemalan Women and Girls Protest Skyrocketing Cases of Femicides

"Hundreds of Guatemalan women took to the streets Sunday not only to commemorate international women's Day but also to demand action from authorities regarding an increasing number of disappearances and killings of young girls and women. Real, Martin reports. The woman marched through the streets of central Guatemala City carrying signs that read. We want to live And why does feminists and bother you more than femicide? According to the Observatory of Women at the Public Ministry. Every day, at least four waterman women are reported disappeared off all complaints of violent crime in the country more than 70% involve violence against women. 11,000 complaints have been filed this year alone. Authorities say many more crimes go on reported and that violence against women has increased with the pandemic. Some marchers spray painted the walls of a church, leading to criticism of the women's march on social media in this conservative country for

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A spike in the number of illegal aliens crossing the southern border

Michael Berry

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

A spike in the number of illegal aliens crossing the southern border

"A spike and illegal aliens crossing daily into the U. S. Texas Congressman Henry Cuellar said he saw this coming shortly after President Biden took office information I've gotten, you know, the criminal organizations are promoting that this is a open border. Agents and just the Rio Grande Valley of Count more than 13,000 migrants since the start of the fiscal year in October, many air coming in caravans and just in the past week, agents near the southern tip of Texas got two groups of more than 100 illegal aliens, each coming from El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Cuba and Nicaragua. On

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"guatemala" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

05:31 min | 4 months ago

"guatemala" Discussed on PRI's The World

"With assault weapons draped across their tests philippe about guscott. Alaska is with jesuit refugee services in mexico. Boy me it's roscoe to says he's worried mexico's. Government is intimidating. People who need help without from the nonprofit for migrants tamala says he wishes governments would redirect their military spending toward humanitarian aid. No-one leads come. It's there's no strong reason to do it because supposedly the home is the safest place you want to be where you find lob but in this case they prefer to someone else said i love honduras. It's my country. But i cannot leave here so or thousand. Says he doesn't expect militarizing. Borders will stop the crisis. People are fleeing for the world. I'm for more on president-elect biden's approach to immigration. we turn out to chris. Ramon he's an independent policy and research analysts. What is it satis of these asylum agreements that the trump white house signed with guatemala honduras and el salvador. Guatemala agreement was in place from fall. Twenty nineteen into march twenty twenty suspended to the covid pandemic i believe. As of december clingy twenty. The administration is now fully implemented these agreements. but what we haven't really seen any major reports of individuals being sent back to these countries. So that's established that i think the administration went ahead and said let's just implement this before the incoming administration comes in overturns them but in terms of actual real impact on myron flows. I think this is just an implementation by name. only. I don't think it's really been operational. And how they will be able to see it. Be fully operational before. President biden overturn. Stuff so what has a biden administration said so far about these agreements. And what he's gonna do with them is going to overturn them. That's the stated purpose. This very clear that those are among the policies that the trump administration's implemented at the us mexican border. And that's something that he wants to overturn alongside with other policies at the trump administration has Plays like margaret protection. Protocols found this operation policies this part of the suite of policies that president-elect biden wants to overturn so by the administration doesn't wind these agreements. What would happen next if say large group of asylum seekers and migrants get to the us mexico border even within the next few weeks or months so the trump administration maintain the suite of policies that he used to sort of term in how has been remove migrants from the us. mexico border. president biden has said he wants a completely make a clean break from trump administration as he's going to limit policies. The thing is it's a question of when he's going to eliminate those policies and i think that's been an area of major debate within the incoming administration and also more broadly with the immigration advocacy community. Do you see deportations continuing though i mean deportation was a tool used a lot. In president obama's immigration toolbox president has stated that he's going to be issuing moratorium on interior removals for one hundred days. That's something that he's sort of been floating out there then. Ways of the united states could approach immigration enforcement differently. You so what. Policy options are available if the biden administration focuses on say the roots of why people are choosing to leave their homes like no jobs violence or you mentioned hurricanes hurricanes. Earthquakes the consensus. That's been dying is basically providing development assistance to a free northern triangle countries the economic development rule of law as a corruption practices and sort of boosted human security for vulnerable populations such as women and girls. Those are sort of three areas that you always focus on advertising rick. I think what's important to know is studies. Do show that as you're proving. The conditions in these countries is actually more likely that people will migrate because they have the means to do so at least in the short term and over long term. People aren't gonna stick around. The important thing is that studies also show that this aid is good for improving the conditions. But the jury still out whether or not that actually deters immigration. And i think what you're looking at development aid you need to think of it as we're just a bigger improve conditions in these countries. I think it's gonna be hard for Improve the conditions countries. So people migrate and i think bad swear that has some nuance and understanding. We're gonna talk causes to improve her causes. I think we need to be realistic. As to whether party root causes will completely eliminate the push factors for immigrants. I think let's just improve situations for the sake of improve them and then any additional benefits from that when it comes to migration management chris moon is an independent policy and research analyst. Speaking with us from washington. Thanks very much for being here. Chris thank you today. On capitol hill. Confirmation hearings are in full swing. The senate is questioning some of president. Elect joe biden's top choices for cabinet positions including anthony blinken biden's choice to lead the state department. I will work with.

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"guatemala" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

Best BBQ Show

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

"We possibly can through not only finances. That's that's actually one of the worst things we can do. Just give them money so we actually do projects where we take. Our employees will close. A restaurant per name will go out and we'll help paint a school or You know rent some pressure washers and we'll just go clean the dog pound you know and right now we're working with a horse. Ngo The open. The these some of these courses get rehabbed that have just been through. Poor education malnourished. You know these horses are beautiful creatures and we make sure that that that could save up. Of course it goes along with the country Texas attitude. Too right yeah well I am. You're also on in a totally different landscape Specifically you know people. Keep telling me about this volcano. You're going on you. Tell us more about that. She's yeah so the first two years. I was in Guatemala. Was a tour guide man. This is funny. This is cool and you always have to bring. According to the government you have to bring a local guide up to the top of the volcano with you as a you know how for the the local economy And every time I went up to the volcano when I was working for this tragedy had volcano at least two to three times a week right and every time I went up there the local guides Roy varying down a little bit and they'd put their sandwich for lunch in the mall. Kato they pull it out a bill steaming hot so we started doing a two in one day. I brought up an infrared thermometer. And it's sitting there and it's reading like two hundred and fifteen degrees What's going on here so I got a camera together and we decided Me and my wife decided we were just GonNa take some some meat up. We did the whole the whole journey with a big group and we buried the the meat overnight and pulled it up. The next day was tenders. He can imagine that was beautiful and that was A. I'm guessing the Parker. Whoever controls the volcano had to kind of prove that Cook it question? No it's it's more of an open system. Yeah they'd need to approve it We did we've we've done one on if you've okay knows and we did have to get approval for some of them but this specific. Whoa KENO. I believe is a national park. It is run by the Tourism Organization But it's not as regulated. You can almost do whatever you want up there. And so were you. Did you wrap the meter? Did you build almost like a chamber and then coverage not just wrapped Dug a big hole and because the volcanoes it's just inactive it. It's not dormant yet so it's inactive meat it's got a hot core and The last went office. Nineteen seventy six And actually if you watch the video it's on our facebook page if you watch the video of of the volcano cooked it we did. There's another volcano right next to it. It's actually active. And he goes off between fifty two hundred times a day. It's just constantly going on. Wow Big puffs and if you can imagine like The original atom bomb imagine that one of these volcanic eruptions fifty to two hundred times of Day as about three times the size of whether that ables so these are big eruptions that are going off right next to us like right by mile from US everything to see and hear it through a here you can feel it you can feel the heat coming off of it by as this thing just does all his act another up into the air and is beautiful. It's incredible experience. And so you know because the book as we were on to Okinawa next to each other we were on the one that's just inactive so so the hot core and it'll it'll go off again someday soon maybe and a still hot barbecue hot. Yeah it's cool. I've been meaning a lot of guys from Mexico who are learning to barbecue. And we've been talking about the COD. Cina which is like a cooking in a box or burying old barbecue elegant. The cow had gray and bearing in the ground. So it's interesting to see how even though it's turned into metal tubes that idea of like creating a hot kind of hole and then burying things is still alive. I mean even. I interviewed a Daniel Brown Brown's barbecue a little place actually in Boulder Creek. Like off of a corner bar is. I don't know if you you've been in that area that he He is a descendant of one of the first free black colonies in Texas and they learned from the guys from Mexico to bury it and that turned into stone pits like Wayne Millers and so. I've been kind of hunting down these ideas. We who knows where barbecue started. Or if it's just a cycle where everyone just kinda cooked with fire but it's interesting that the digging the hole in the ground is still kind of you see it in in Hawaii all over the world and you're doing it with a volcano. Yeah that's exactly right. I mean we're using kind of internal core instead of putting stuff on top. Yeah but that's that's interesting You know going back to the roots. I think is what we're all trying to do. You know there's some new modern cooking techniques but really like to get that texture and get that real science meat science the more back to the roots. You go the more you're GONNA achieve the results you want. I think that's so cool. You See said it. Just kidding get into it like that one. I'm sure you learn a lot of history of Guatemala. Just being there people probably tell you all kinds of stories. Yeah The big thing. Guatemala's the banana leaf wrapping in reading things in a banana leaf heard so they've got tamales and they've got certain things erupted banana leaves and cook. And what's cool about a banana leaf? Is it so resilient you can throw in Italy right at a fire? And the protect whatever's inside of it. Let's cooking with that so we can play without a little bit here and there one of the things that I become a real big fan of his What they call a caveman steak or the cowboy steak or they're cooking it right on the cold sear it as one of the things that if you go online and look at some of our videos at some of the things that I really like doing getting right on the coals. Have you ever raptor brisket on banana leaves? And so the foil Having your might be a little genius man. Yeah I mean it's probably more expensive than the foil. I'M GONNA. I need to write that down. That's that's an interesting idea because it makes a lot of sense what you want in a foil which I think could achieve is. You don't want there to be an air gap between the foil and the meat that dries the exterior part of the meat out right. You do want a little bit of crunch The you know the Exterior Bark and you wanted to be a little bit dry. But you can achieve that in other ways so maybe wrapping An entire brisket in a banana leaf. That's you may go man when you make it You'll have to let me know on the plan. A trip do it is so cheap and easy to get to Guatemala right. Now you're in Texas you fly to Houston returned a half hours from Houston by plane. It's it's so easy to get their sounds like the shows. Go Damola you better. You better come to mind spot you know one of the best barbecue on the world is one. I've heard this whole package is so it. Is You know your hat on humidor calling? Lena yes what can you tell us about that smoked with would okay? Yeah so we use White Oak. It's a white oak is one of those rare things men that if you if you can get a good treating a good dry it a good density good moisture content in your would you can just make some beautiful barbecue and Arwood provider Guatemalan nailed. It absolutely nailed it. I work with him on how to get the exact moisture content that we want the right color that we want we get the right density and we actually get to would see one that's a drier and one that's a wetter for longer For the rest of the day and we never have to touch gas. We never have to touch Schiller. Trysofi never have to touch charcoal We are a hundred.

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"guatemala" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

Best BBQ Show

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

"Same. You need now. I got John NOCCO. Bat Deputy Buckle Ray amid tacked on on on the land to be. Okay thank you for listening to the best barbecue show. This episode is with Lake Thurgood and met up with him while I was in Ohio. It's sort of his be hang out of their world headquarters learning all about the ranching process learning all about the different barbecue joints that were there visiting hung out with. Dbq A few guys from Seattle but this interview is with Blake Thurgood. He is the owner and operator of poppies barbecue in Guatemala. They Cook Texas Barbecue. Way South of our border Actually just south of Mexico and he's a really interesting due to real business man. We talked a lot about the business marketing and a lot of the things that I'm doing the show but for now enjoy this episode Lake Thurgood of Poppies Barbecue. Thank you for watching the best barbecue show. I'm in Ohio hanging out at certified. Ing IS BEEF Across from me is Blake Thurgood of poppies barbecue In Antigua Guatemala. A guy who has spent a Lotta time in Texas and the rest of the world cooking barbecue and hasn't been interesting stories so they get started heading home. Blake doing great man doing great to be here morning. Corpus Christi Texas. Okay yeah well Went to high school in southwest Houston Sugar Land Higher and then got to Austin Texas college so you went to. Ut Horns the truth I noticed on my way out of town that there was a lot of burnt orange on the plane. This is a plane leaving Texas. Yes Did you get into barbecue when you're not or where did that Kinda now? Man I am? I had a business. Austin added solar panels and We have these like longterm projections. You know like years return on investments kind of thing and I just tired of that so when trip around the world water Guatemala was my first stop and was GONNA stay couple months and ended up Santa couple years. went back to ut for quick business degree in in Just before I left Guatemala. Though that first time I met a girl just absolutely fell in love with her and that was about eight years ago nine years ago now and We've been married for years. Now get two year old in Guatemala and I figured if I was GonNa say what am I gonNa do something. I wanted to get out of that kind of corporate world that Kinda like longterm projections so restaurants Z. But a hundred bucks at the beginning of the day. Get out at the end of the day. That's what I wanted. I wanted to experience that the cash flow and did you. Did you go there with any thoughts of barbecue or are you? Just you're in love and you just wanted to hang out. Just wanted to say there and I was trying to figure out what industry to get into and Had some engineering background. And I'll tell you what happened. Man was my my wife. Came Up to Austin. Visit me girlfriend at the time. Came Dawson to visit me and we went to. We went to ratings to the Convention Center Armor Ironworks. We went to ironworks and she was at a beautiful white dresses. I barbecue experience and we got the dry rub ribs because she had her white dress on and she whole rack in just kept eating a one c absolutely loved it so it was her. I guess her original idea for me to start cooking barbecue. I did some samples. They were horrible but Time went on. I realized I was GONNA open up a restaurant. I was committed so I started caught up in e mailing and messaging all the barbecue. Pit Bosses in Austin. They all took miniter wing and shouldn't have to do right on. I think I think part of anyone's barbecue journey starts with terrible barbecue. Imagine it's not easy to do. Well an I. I started in the northeast so I was doing You know soaked wood chips and things that I know are terrible rate but with chips you know stuff I read on the internet or whatever I didn't know direction because I was in upstate New York and there's not no one knows how to barbecue up there and I can imagine my gas and it's cold so you can't even do it year round gaining. Yeah I mean. I am not afraid of the cold that I was. I was happy to come back here because I haven't been in this kind of winter in a few years. Okay okay. I'm not a wimp yet. I'm afraid the Texas Miss Off Dinner. Yeah you know after being Texas for so long. I'm kind of enjoying the cold. Somebody told me recently that ever which out because after a couple of days of being cold you just hated but right now. Joins Nice appears crisp. It's crispy exactly so new. York is like Oh yeah I mean it's where I grew up as literally straight east from here so it's almost the same climate? We got a lot more snow. 'cause we're on the other side of the lakes in the Gulfstream just pushes all precipitation onto us. Floors is crazy. I mean this kind of walking into the snap and you barbecue. Yeah I mean you just dig a hole and put the depite I mean. You're digging out everything to dig out your car. We build Igloos every winter like it was literally sees and the F. Mean Barbecue is such a labour-intensive yet to be over it all the time you have a we did. I was doing like indirect on a web early and I was doing long snow or anything. I didn't even really get you know if you try to find a brisket nine you can but back in the day. If you went to get a risky do you get a flat and get a piece of point you get chance but you never got the whole packer. Okay interested in New York New York. Okay now you're in Texas and now you can't find those anywhere he's just cut it up yourself okay. But at this point I was watching a recipe on Youtube and I watched the guy caught the point like like probably eight inches off the point and it was almost like I heard a little bit like why are you cutting brisket. He's home right but obviously you can't these making the soupy became put a whole brisket. Agai. Yeah it was just funny. 'cause I was like a while then extra heard me a little bit to watch as your education in meet now is kind of expanded to this. Podcast it's to the point now where I I like cringe when I watched people that don't know how to term brisket right. Oh Yeah and they just cut a big chunk off you know. What did you do a good deal? Vian yeah but so you traveled so Guatemalan guessing has pretty nice climate year round Hoya. Oh Yeah is it in the tropics. Now good question No no no it's close. It's not far from the equator. So you get a pretty good. No QUICK GOES TO SOUTH AMERICA. So were were pretty Through Ecuador right so were north of that so or were in technically tropics. I Guess Yeah the Tropics. Yeah which just means it. It rains half the year and so that means does that. Put a challenge to your cooking. Her it does. Actually we have three components that we monitor during the rainy season. Because it's a big deal. The first is obviously the moisture in the wood Africa. Too much motion. Avoid Neo WE'RE GONNA END UP ST MONOP- AMMO pressure into the chamber. Which you monitor the pressure. Close it it's another thing that we do is monitor the pressure chamber pretty closely and then the third is our our cool down in the rainy season era. You know we we try to slow down or cool down as much as possible that makes spongy texture inside of the meat when you have a good brisket or good rid. That's just really spongy. In the middle like a really nice loose one genus includes like air pockets. No it's the cooldown so the slower you can cool it down and we literally cool fifteen degrees over two hours. You know so the slower that you can monitor that cool down and when it's raining outside the humidity the humidity's actually grabbing the heat and pulling away so the more humid it is the faster were cooling things down so we gotta make sure we monitor. That will be better in the rainy season. Now you say the pressure on the chamber view of like what kind of cooker you gone. So I've got a reversal set Got Three of them. And then I've got a pit smoker in my principal restaurant and then the other restaurants I've made nine smokers in total and everyone of those different. But they're all based on the reverse low offset. This is a design that originally gotten from Wayne Miller. He's got a Not a reverse flow off side and he was vague ing me to only rivers law said He said that his gone a lot more maintenance. He's got a direct flow Rick Smoker which is beautiful and has been using it for years But he really stressed the danger.

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"guatemala" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"guatemala" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Guatemala, Honduras, Adele, Salvador, or no money goes there anymore. We we giving them five hundred million dollars were giving him. Tremendous aid. We stopped payment. President says sealing the border would have the added benefit of slowing down drugs flowing into the country threatened with a congressional subpoena for a full clean copy of the Muller reports. Attorney general William bar has written congressional leaders to say that report would subsections blacked out will be handed over to them by mid April. If not sooner Barr says he's required to redact, national security and grand jury matters and information about third parties, not charged the White House Barr says will not get an advanced copy the president's attorney Rudy Giuliani telling FOX's Sean Hannity. He's not concerned if they had a few nasty faction there. I'm ready to slam it down their throat because we have an eighty seven page report, which we will use. And there are some things that the special counsel did that I don't think they're gonna want people to hear a spokesman for former vice president Joe Biden. Responding to a claim by former state candidate in Nevada that Biden put his hands on her and gave her an unwanted kiss during a two thousand fourteen campaign events saying in a statement that neither then or in the years since it by the staff with him at the time have any inkling that mrfloor is had been uncomfortable at any time, nor do they recall the incident. She describes former Lieutenant governor candidate Lucy floor is an op Ed for New York magazine's the cut website says she's getting up now because with Biden considering a presidential run. She couldn't keep it. Bottled up any longer..

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"guatemala" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"guatemala" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm Tracy v Wilson and effect Tober nineteenth members of the military attack the national palace in Guatemala on this stay in nineteen forty four during the Guatemalan, it revolution. This revolution had started earlier in nineteen forty, four as students and young military officers rose up against president hor hate Biko. He had been elected president in nineteen thirty one and his early presidency had included a campaign against government corruption improvements to public health, an overhaul of Guatemala's infrastructure and helping to stabilize the country's economy, but by nineteen forty four. He had gotten rid of all political opposition and he was governing as a military dictator, his policies that also increasingly favored elite landowners and corporations, especially the US based United fruit company, which owned a lot of the land in Guatemala. It wasn't actually using most of that land beginning. It wasn't available for anyone else to use either. He had also implemented things like decree eighteen sixteen, which exempted landowners from prosecution, if they used violence to defend their land up to including murdering someone, he could also abolished a series of forced labor laws, but then replaced them with vagrancy laws that were very similar in these really amounted to indentured servitude in a lot of cases, the so-called vagrants who were being forced to work. We're from Guatemala. Maya peoples. UB coup also developed close ties with the United States in the United States was providing Guatemala with armaments and with favorable tariff terms. This whole situation though was not unique at all to Guatemala other nations and Central America had various similarly, unyielding dictators and control with similar social and economic effects. Similar reliance on one food crop for. Most of the economy similar connections to the United States and United States based business interests and one dictator. Maximiliano as Martinez was overthrown in neighboring El Salvador in nineteen forty four. This overthrow became an inspiration for a similar campaign against you. Biko Ingui Tamala not just inspiring the students and other young people to rise up, but also inspiring in Ugo a fear that the same thing might happen to him. So he cracked down on civil liberties. He put people who were loyal to him in charge of the university. He basically tried to do what he could to ensure his own power. This had the opposite effect of what he wanted a series of protests followed with students at Saint Carlos university petitioning for changes to the university teaching staff and other reforms. Lawyers were petitioning for biased judges to be removed from the bench. Teachers were demonstrating for pay increases and. All these initial demonstrations were non violent. They included things like boycotts and strikes. The Guatemalan government responded to all this by deploying tanks and troops and using tear gas on the demonstrators placing the capital under martial law. But the demonstrations spread even as the government was placing participants under surveillance and deporting foreign supporters of the movement. Finally, at the end of June, tens of thousands of demonstrators were gathered at the capitol and Biko's support was really eroding. He resigned on July first nineteen forty, four place to the government under the control of military triumvirate. Although he allegedly remained in charge. The national assembly elected one of the triumvirate general Frederico Ponte Vitus president. He promised to their free election was going to follow, but by October, it was obvious that it just was not going to happen and Wata Malla was sliding farther and farther away from democracy. The protests continued students and teachers called for a general strike. On October sixteenth students and members of the military began taking control of the capital on October eighteenth, and there was an attack on the national palace by members of the military. As I said, at the top of the show on October nineteenth, violence spread through the capital the presidential guard rebelled and the general finally surrendered on the twentieth this didn't put a total into the violence or the rest. But new elections did follow in December and they were one of the freest elections that Guatemala had seen in decades. A new constitution was drafted in nineteen forty five. This constitutional rule lasted for just less than a decade before president Cobo Arbenz was elected in nineteen fifty one, and he had been part of the revolution. He instituted a lot of land reforms including redistributed. A lot of that unused land that United fruit company had been buying up the United States in the like that the United States was. Also threatened by the fact that he legalized the communist party in Guatemala..

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"guatemala" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"In an effort to get more seats on a plane mon-. I love doing that is loans. Some of them are ripping out the laboratories and putting in small awhile could not get as Mola Mola lavatories mean that can feeding an extra row of fifth paying passenger seats. I think this is the end of the mall, high club, ROY, definitely. Although you do see that happening in seats once the lots of dimmed God really? Okay. Fair enough. Speaking of flying an image, showing the busiest day of Ishmael ever has been published by flight tracking web site flight, right? On twenty four. They actually did it twice in a couple of weeks at first on June, thirtieth, and then they followed it up on July thirteenth, two hundred, five thousand four hundred sixty eight flights around the world in twenty four hours. We're going to have an image of that. Yes, he saw I've downloaded one from right out from this, so we will have an image of that. In the shaina that's two amazing together. Look at it. Let's get back into it, researching talent as we call it. The people that we interview on our podcast, we reach our and wide. I didn't really have to reach to five this time for what Amal because sitting right next to me in our world nomads office here, the headquarters in Sydney is Allison and Allison is out travel safety, rod airfield. Yup. And she put me on to Qaissi. She said, do you want to use one emojis Cromer. Allyson before we chat to what the heck is a Mojo. Alrighty. So what is the my giant say, essentially, if we put out a coal out to commission Raja's photography's for just nations around the world, and this is usually dump on my cell phone also buy mealy who's the explore for. It's basically the people who come in and decide to get end up, allocated the the articles and given brace, and then they contribute. They wisdom and knowledge and their experience as a world norm added to making Al content that much better and they get paid. They do indeed not for the podcast which which. So came from for the, I've been the breakfast, I long Phil Spanish show. Mobile journalist is what it started off as much. Ola people at the digital nine. Metsu mobile Lincoln, right. They are kassy's actually in Guatemala at the moment and she's BAE Mason. It's not one after the race, invoke Kennedy, eruption of VO, Kanda Fogo volcano. And Kaseke probably verify this much better than me. He's been on the ground coordinating a few volunteer for its and you know, meeting local PayPal and is being some phenomenal stuff going on from what she's been telling me in terms of paper, helping people on the ground price disaster. Casey, can you elaborate on that? Sure. So I always in the volcano went off and I've done some disaster relief stuff before I came back Tamala and Antigua out this beautiful city sixteenth century city just outside Guatemala City is where the volcano erupted, it's it's an hour from here..

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"guatemala" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"And so something I had noticed is just how hot the rocks were like you could feel the heat. We did see some lava. It was a little bit further than some people like we were not close enough to go get with a stick, but we were able to grow some marshmallows in the crevices. So you knew there was a lot of heat coming up, but when she got down the side of them mountain, she only narrowly missed like massive blisters under feet because she had all the rub. I was gone. I could see her socks. She was walking down the benefit. Yeah. Shooting? Oh, I have very thick socks on as well, but there's a peak of the shoes almost lift to them. So now it's pretty amazing. It's lot that must've heard with pretty pink pink socks. I reckon they would've heart rate on pink. Then he's in China. So when you planning an itinerary, what you really want to be doing is chatting to somebody who knows what they talking about. This is why we catching up with Sarah from a tricks because I plan on Tina Aries, but they were all travellers. Am I right? This era? Yeah, that's absolutely right. All of our travel plan, our experts because they've actually done it. Well, what we do is we customize every trip based on what each particular person or family or couple wants to get out of their experience. So we listen, we talk with people, we meet with them. They talk one of our travel planners. They tell all about the their things that they wanna hit on their trip, and you know, kind of how how they want to have their experience. Some people wanna do it really bare bones. They want to not stay. They want to stay with the locals they want to travel for as long as possible. So they're really working on it by jet. And then you have other people who maybe have less time maybe have some kind of a situation where they need to be in a place. It's more comfortable may to go traveling for work. So we customize everyday tin array based exactly on what use civically want to do. One of the examples you gave to me was if you planning a trip from the US to Peru to walk think coup trial too much you pitchy which we've said in previous episodes is almost be love to death. Why not plan a stop ivory in Guatemala and hike Pakeha. Yeah, that's exactly right. So I think a lot of people when they're thinking about traveling to South America, they think, well, I just want to get where I'm going and Dubai might track there a couple of popular ones. Macho pictures also showed her Di, Di, Columbia, Israeli popular and Columbia. I'm sorry, Guatemala is a great stop over on your way down to either one of those tracks because Guatemala's a country that's really great to see by land. It's actually when we talk about people going to not region of Central America alive the time we'll tell them don't fly into the one place you wanna see fly into one city and fly out. Another because there's so many remote and beautiful places in Guatemala that you can't get you by air. So it's nice to say, start in south southern Mexico, Chow around chop bus goes by land through Guatemala to ah Salvador, and then fly from there. Not only could you stop over in Guatemala City on your way down to Prue Columbia, but you could get three additional countries in there. You don't have to spend a lot of money to have a fantastic experience. Well, that's exactly right. I was looking at trips when we when I knew resume talking with you as I was looking at central that included Guatemala. And one of the sample trips we have on our site right now is it's seven cities in South America, including Wata Mollah city. So Guatemala City Colombo talk Columbia Santiago Lima, and that's starting in any in Miami, and it's between sixteen and seventeen hundred dollars. So you've got seventeen. Seven cities for seventeen hundred dollars. It's pretty affordable, but tell us about Piquet. They'd say that it's, you know, you compare to metro pitchy. Tell me about it..

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"guatemala" Discussed on Are You Real

Are You Real

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala" Discussed on Are You Real

"In ministry in relationships people that i know are praying for me people that are supporting the financially that i would have never met if i wouldn't have stepped out and taking this leap of faith to serve in guatemala in so just the relation of art of meeting so many different people it's been my favorite aspect of it amazing i love the tree while you're talking i was thinking about that too with the linked because i love that divine him action you know when we travel a lot too in that connects like if ill you know someone in your mind you're like thinking back to these different places trying to figure out and you don't know that he never met them but there's that divine familiarity not divine connection through the holy spirit regattas linked do so that's so amazing about all right now what is your very favorite story about someone who's been deeply impacted by what you do can you share that with us at more than one right lots of them but my favorite just because it's very close to my heart i actually sponsor a child europe program in so this child has a disability the child has been diagnosed as names pedro in he is about eight years old but he's very small for his age because one of his legs shorter than the other end so he can't walk than his body has not been growing like at norwood but through the sponsorship.

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"guatemala" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I'm carol hills and you're with the world a co production of the bbc world service pri and w h in boston people in guatemala are still recovering from fogo us the name of the volcano that rupt it on sunday killed at least sixty nine people so far but the death toll is likely to be much higher because so many people are still missing guatemala has been through volcanic eruptions before this was the worst in decades many of the survivors have found emergency shelter in the nearby town of squint la the we relondo sundays is there he's with catholic relief services and i spoke with them earlier that merger team tar frying food cover bodies because they don't think there's anybody alive for far why because make your own readings one really hot when they're trying to getting their houses they can to the house they can't stay more than two or three minutes speak i because really warm they have to special boots or to go through special wrote a way to to walk because the mighty banding really want right now there you can feel are trump tried to remove them not on nata to threat to find more body have you spoken to any of the people who were able to evacuate and escape the volcano yes the team happily relief services patty the around this free shelter stuff the catholic church they are having around six hundred people we have too many people.

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"guatemala" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Much more fluid magma that produces lava flows in frago it's actually the opposite where to twenty plates colliding and that's quarter subtraction zone and what that does is typically makes the magma and therefore the materials produced much more viscous than that generally tends to mean much more explosive so in places where plates collide we see much more explosive vocalism the difference between lava flow and a traffic flow in terms of has it is the lava flow will move at about the same speed one walks down the road whereas a parka stick flow can travel is about the speed that you drive down the motorway are the very difficult to avoid they're the biggest killers that have produced by volcanoes and then moving credibly quickly they're incredibly fluid suspensions of small particles large particles and guests so what you're saying is that people anywhere near any of those flows really have no chance at all no that's right they don't probably a best guess for travel time from the summit to one of these villages is about ten maybe fifteen minutes that's how long it takes from the park rustic later initiate as a maximum actually to get some of these villages each simply don't have time to move what's changed here in terms of the magnitude of the eruption is that the volcano itself is has into it 'cause seven valleys rains all this erosion and valleys preferentially formed that way when you have artistic material emitted from the volcano tends to go down these valleys and if it stays in the valleys which is a function of how launched the option is than actually that's better what's happened here is the valleys filled up with material is particular valley kuta less llamas and once it's filled up the park hosted flow connects at the valley and that's when you start hitting towns and villages and on top of that we have these things called lahar which are mudslides as a secondary hazards and history tells us that way go and lots of other volcanoes actually when you have a larger option you in place a lot of loose material acid essentially on the volcano when it rains all of that stuff is swept downstream so guatemala's in front of a couple of months of.

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"guatemala" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"But in some areas the rescue has had to stop just because of okay no is still erupting this is one of thirty seven volcanoes in in what the mala that gives you know the the land it's it's beauty and enchantment but right now the fury of mother nature if you would is being felt to haven't been able to reach all the areas hit by the initial eruption exactly there are still many people disappeared people believed buried under the torrents of lava and ask that fell from the volcano maria martin a journalist who lives in guatemala don't come out watson is a volcanologist from the school of earth scientists at bristol university in the uk my colleague rasi igbo asked him whether the eruption could have been predicted partially yes and partially knows my answer think inasmuch as frago has exhibited quite predictable behavior of the last three or four years it's been in a cycle where it's a rupt it about once a month since twenty fifteen would i think was much harder to predict is this gale of the eruption though this is significantly larger than anything that's happened will be over the last thirty years how many people live within the area of the volcano around about one hundred thousand people live within a ten kilometer radius of the summit of waco the number of people that had been affected in the villages that have been directly hit by the flows parole is in the almonds of which fear more than what's currently been reported have been killed when volcanoes erupt people immediately associate them with lava but we're not talking about lava here it something called a pyroclastic flow just explain what that is volcanoes exist in a number of places in the world so if you look at hawaii a hawaii is in a place where tectonic plates are pulling apart and generally in those sorts of tectonic settings you get.

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"guatemala" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"But in some areas the rescue has had to stop just because of okay no is still erupting this is one of thirty seven volcanoes in in what the mala that gives you know the the land it's it's beauty and enchantment but right now the fury of mother nature if you would is being felt to haven't been able to reach all the areas hit by the initial eruption exactly there are still many people disappeared people believed buried under the torrents of lava and ask that fell from the volcano maria martin a journalist who lives in guatemala don't come out watson is a volcanologist from the school of earth scientists at bristol university in the uk my colleague rasi igbo asked him whether the eruption could have been predicted partially yes and partially knows my answer think inasmuch as frago has exhibited quite predictable behavior of the last three or four years it's been in a cycle where it's a rupt it about once a month since twenty fifteen would i think was much harder to predict is this gale of the eruption though this is significantly larger than anything that's happened will be over the last thirty years how many people live within the area of the volcano around about one hundred thousand people live within a ten kilometer radius of the summit of waco the number of people that had been affected in the villages that have been directly hit by the flows parole is in the almonds of which fear more than what's currently been reported have been killed when volcanoes erupt people immediately associate them with lava but we're not talking about lava here it something called a pyroclastic flow just explain what that is volcanoes exist in a number of places in the world so if you look at hawaii a hawaii is in a place where tectonic plates are pulling apart and generally in those sorts of tectonic settings you get.

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"guatemala" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service hello i'm all of a conway and this edition is published in the early hours of tuesday the fifth of june our main stories more than sixty people are now known to have been killed by volcanic eruption in guatemala where flows of superheated debris continuing to cause devastation the jordanian foreign minister has told the bbc the demands of the public there will be respected of today's of antioch sturdy protests forced the prime minister to resign also in this podcast we think this is a remarkable results aids the first opportunity to see this sort of immunotherapy in the most common sort of breast cancer at the moment it's uneven tested in one patient there's still a huge amount were at the needs to be done don't turn in the united states say they've killed a woman with terminal breast cancer shortly before we recorded this podcast you're thirties in guatemala said that at least sixty two people had died as a result of a big volcanic eruption on sunday the official forget rose as more bodies were recovered from villages engulfed by rooks ash gas and lava which poured out of forego or file volcano some people were found alive on monday but others were fit trapped or buried by the speed of the pyroclastic flow a fast moving mix of gas hot ash and rock this woman escaped but it's still looking for some of our family lock i left home and i won't too long the alley to go to the shops when i suddenly realized the lava was coming down the road and seeping through the plots of land.

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"guatemala" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Ramos do a good job of explaining the rules there are four options for each question you could go into these are very convoluted i don't think it's probably why is convoluted this war this war options is a question were options whether it's a multiplechoice you did say it and i just missed it college eyes this is an emergency situation this this this is legit irate alary you get the jews number two or number four it's gonna mukti all right number two a returning player voted for the winner guatemala philippines both are neither in henare frontier rules is say yes he did and said it see said filkins easily south pacific or guatemala guatemala philippines both or neither era and i think we his catholic that in guatemala only vote for stephanie was rave so what that would mean that that yes r y has named for adam ahead an are turning p lay about john did have to vote for the winter i'm going to say both both is correct you take it lurd did jordan's say that raef was the only vote for stephanie did he did he confirmed that in the previous answer to this question he may have should i throw that when algeria should we go i don't have one have an alternate question i think i did say that more reverse the nfl george we love acting stay out of your own way i figure just off their off the air i think we should let it go and see if anybody notices now we smith.

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"guatemala" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"guatemala" Discussed on The Big 98

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