34 Burst results for "Guatemala City"

"guatemala city" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

05:58 min | 2 weeks ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"Fruit controlled the country pliable dictator. It was known as a banana republic but in nineteen fifty. A young officer kind of albums was elected president. He promised to remove united fruit's control over the country so tired of come basically takeover. What might transform this brilliantly transformed into an issue of communist threat. Thought i smelled big. Ends regime became increasingly communistic after its inauguration big with the united fruit company. The cia trained and armed rebel army planes flown by pilots thumbs on guatemala city edward benes. He was preparing the american population to see. This is the liberation of guatemala by freedom fighters for democracy.

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"guatemala city" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on The Daily

"Of the fight but things start to get a lot trickier there in the next few weeks after the vice president leaves guatemala city. Another witness comes forward to the anti corruption unit and. He says that he personally delivered a rolled up carpet stuffed with packages of cash to the president's home allow and so this is one of the most powerful allegations yet against the president is yet another accusation of corruption that directly implicates the most powerful man in guatemala but just as the prosecutor who leads this unit is working on this case and compiling more and more evidence he is at the end of july abruptly fired by. He's fired by the attorney general of guatemala. Who the president of guatemala has called a friend. This is someone who is very closely linked to the president and this prosecutor flees to the united states with the evidence from the case and gives the evidence to law enforcement officials in the us so at this point in washington. What it looks like is that guatemala is thumbing. Its nose in the face of the united states. That has just come to visit to say this. Fight against corruption is our priority. Guatemala is looking at them and saying we don't care we're firing are corruption prosecutor and we're going to run the country the way that we see fit right it would seem to very much undermine the message that vice president harris has just delivered in guatemala city. So given that. How does the by administration respond to this conduct by guatemala's president.

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Kamala Harris, in Guatemala, Discusses Plan to Deter Migrants

The World

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Kamala Harris, in Guatemala, Discusses Plan to Deter Migrants

"Is in Guatemala today. If the start of her trip is any sign yesterday, Air Force to had to turn back after take off for a safety check. The assignment is going to be a challenge. Mrs Harris first foreign trip Mission, President Joe Biden gave her find ways to reduce migration to the US by improving conditions in Central America. One of the big challenges in the region is how ineffective governments there have been at solving the simple, grinding problems of daily life in their countries. Speaking from Guatemala City today, Harris said she and Guatemalan President Alejandro Geometry talked about a key issue Corruption on the issue of corruption. Uh, the conversation that I had with President Janet Today was very Frank. And very candid, and I think this is a quality that he and I appreciate in each other. Following all of this is Adrianna Beltran with the watchdog group, The Washington office on Latin America. She said Harris is right to focus on corruption. And unfortunately, over the last several years, what you've seen across the region, including Guatemala has been a backlash against anti corruption, anti impunity efforts and increasingly actions by corrupt elites to undermine democracy and the rule of law. So as long as we're on the subject, explain in simple terms how corruption actually reduces the impact of USA to Central America. When we talk about corruption in Guatemala in Central America, we're not talking about a few bad apples, a few corrupt government officials that accept bribes But what we're talking about is systems that have been put in place where corrupt elites and in the case of Guatemala, increasingly tied to criminal groups have taken hold the government institutions And have used their positions of power to enrich themselves by embezzling millions of public funds at the expense of the majority of the population. You know,

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Harris Takes on a New Role as She Heads on Her First Overseas Trip

Ric Edelman

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Harris Takes on a New Role as She Heads on Her First Overseas Trip

"President Kamala Harris steps onto the world stage. Today she traveled to Guatemala navies, He's Mary Alice Parks in Guatemala City sing immigration is the focus. Vice President Kamala Harris, making her first foreign trip with a two day swing to Guatemala and Mexico. Her mission one that has stumped many American leaders before. How to slow surge in migration from the region now at levels not seen in decades.

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"guatemala city" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Talk leader. You feed him batting around. Mean, saying that Butt up beach well as the president has used given the vice president and the job of fixing the immigration at the border. The White House did open up to the media. They've had a blackout to the media on images and reporting on the border. I know this is the biting White House. They're now releasing the first images at the border facilities. And vice president Come on, Harris will be in charge of going down there and seen what she can do to leave the misery and the suffering, especially the Children along the border. We will speak with Rennie Bach A tomorrow via Skype in Guatemala City. Talk to Ronnie about a month ago. Way kind of laid out all the Was impossible situations that are driving people north of long standing. Criminal activity. Gang activity in Guatemala, Guatemala City in particular the lack of opportunity. The poverty combined that with two hurricanes and cove in And people are heading north. And so we'll talk to Rennie again tomorrow on the White House and people that are trying all down to Guatemala City. In fact, they're leaving. I think Guatemala City today we'll find out.

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Remains of Guatemalan Migrants Massacred in Mexico Return Home

All Things Considered

00:53 sec | 6 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 | 6 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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Guatemala condemns fire at Congress; 12 injured in protests

BBC Newshour

01:52 min | 10 months ago

Guatemala condemns fire at Congress; 12 injured in protests

"On. We go now to the Central American state of Guatemala, where the Congress building was set on fire on Saturday by protesters. They've taken to the streets over a controversial budget bill, which is even divided the President Alejandro here, McKay and his vice president Guillermo Castillo. Journalist Sandra Cuff was there in Guatemala City when the fire broke out. On Saturday There was a mass demonstration in Guatemala City. There were also mass protests in cities and towns all around the country. So the main protest in Guatemala City was in the Central plaza, which is right in front of the palace and the cathedral. But there was a separate university student movement led March that was headed towards the plaza, and they stopped for a while outside Congress. And held a protest there. And so the main target of the protest was the Congress, which passed really controversial budget bill this week. And so over the course of the student demonstration outside of Congress. A handful of people climbed out onto the building and kicked in the windows and set a fire. So hundreds of people actually did come down from the plaza. Everyone was cheering the fire. It wasn't just a matter of This was something that only a few individuals supported. However, the majority of people stayed in the plaza on many of them are, of course not in agreement. It's property destruction. Shortly after riot police alarm arrived. They use a lot of tear gas crowds were scattered around the center. They also tear gassed the protesters in the plaza who had their ongoing protest without any vandalism. There were more than 40 people arrested. There were several people injured, including Journalists. And so yeah, that's what happened yesterday.

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Protesters burn part of Guatemala's Congress building

Bob Zadek

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Protesters burn part of Guatemala's Congress building

"Protesters broke into Guatemala's Congress and burn parts of the building yesterday amid growing demonstrations against President Alejandro G. M. Matei and the legislation for approving a controversial budget cuts, education and health spending amongst other things. The incident came is about 10,000 people were protest in front of the National palace in Guatemala City. News and Analysis of town. Holdout calm. I'm Michael Harrington.

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Protesters in Guatemala Set Fire to Congress Building Over Spending Cuts

AM 970 The Answer Programming

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

Protesters in Guatemala Set Fire to Congress Building Over Spending Cuts

"How does of protesters broke into Guatemala's Congress and burn part of the building yesterday amid growing demonstrations against President Alejandro G. M A. T a And the Legislature for approving a controversial bunch of the cut education and health spending. The incident came is about 10,000 people were protesting in front of the national policy in Guatemala City against corruption.

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Protesters burn part of Guatemala's Congress building

BBC World Service

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

Protesters burn part of Guatemala's Congress building

"Anti government protesters in Guatemala have set fire to parts of the Congress building before being dispersed by riot police. Elsewhere in the capital, Guatemala City, thousands of people took part in largely peaceful demonstrations against the new budget. Leonardo Russia, reports, some areas off the building were completely destroyed. An important documents were burned by the fire. Several people were treated for the effects of smoke inhalation. The violence marred an otherwise peaceful day of protests against the new, controversial budget, which was approved by the Guatemalan Congress on Wednesday. The opposition accuses President Alejandro Yama off allocating too much money for big infrastructure projects, which they say will be awarded well connected private companies.

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"guatemala city" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

03:34 min | 11 months ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Civil war and tropical storm at has made landfall in the florida keys just days after devastating central america and portions of southern mexico leaving over one hundred fifty people dead and tens of thousands displaced across the region in guatemala. Where most of the deaths have been reported. Rescuers continue to search for dozens of missing people. Buried by mud slides. Meanwhile a small aircraft carrying food and medicine for survivors that crashed in guatemala city. Yesterday the storm also left flooded coastal zones as past cuba or at least twenty. Five thousand people were evacuated and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report when we come back. The trump presidency is coming to an end this weekend. History was made former vice president. Joe biden is projected to be the winner. His running mate. Kamala harris breaks many different records. We'll stay with stay with us.

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"guatemala city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"When last we left axle she just found the migrant caravan was headed north towards U. S. Mexico border so Axel headed toward Mexico City along with the other migrants he took Levi's number and said he would call if you needed anything sorry I was in my I was in my living room when the phone rang it was actually kind of late at night and I was like this is really strange I think it's like one in the morning yeah I mean I can hear you how you doing axle actually made it to the U. S. but he never made it to his kids he explained to Levi but he was detained in Texas by border patrol and deported all the way back to Guatemala City that meant he had to start his journey to New York all over again from the beginning walking from the Guatemala Mexico border to the jungle but as he made his way through the thick branches he tripped and busted his knee it was just so yes they will not accept any like something's going axle managed to make it to a town called Chalkbeat that he slept in an abandoned shack and hobbled into town each day to fix cellphones in exchange for rent.

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reCAPTCHA and Duolingo: Luis von Ahn

How I Built This

07:01 min | 1 year ago

reCAPTCHA and Duolingo: Luis von Ahn

"Think about the small moments or decisions in your life that actually had a huge impact on how your life turned out. Maybe it was a conversation. You struck up with the person next to you on an airplane. Maybe it was a party. You reluctantly went to only to meet the person you'd eventually marry or maybe it was a decision to stay on vacation an extra day that sparked a new idea for Kevin System. It was a random remark from his girlfriend that made him decide to use filters on instagram for Blake. Majkowski was a chance meeting with a group of young Argentinian who took him to the countryside where he saw kids with no shoes. That one day inspired him to create. Tom's and for Louis Fun on it was a free lecture at Carnegie Mellon University in two thousand. We'll get deeper into the story in a few minutes but that single lecture would lead him to invent to ingenious new tools the I was capture. Yes captures those annoying twisted and blurred letters. You have to type into a website to prove your human and the second one was duo lingo now. The biggest language learning APP in the world which is now getting even more popular because people are looking for new things to do now that they're stuck at home but was captured and duo. Lingo were designed to harness the power of crowdsourcing to solve problems. And I'M GONNA blow your mind here if you have ever typed in a capture or reused dueling go. There's a good chance you've taken part in a massive online collaboration that you probably weren't even aware of and it's amazing. How Louis came up with all this but let's start at the beginning. Lewis was born in Guatemala in late. Nineteen Seventy S. Both as parents were doctors and though he was surrounded by poverty violence in Guatemala City. Louis screw up in comparative privilege and as a kid. He spent a lot of time hanging out at the family business. My Mother's family actually had a candy. Factory everybody is always a Mesa. The fact that I grew up with a candy factory they think it was like Willy. Wonka or something. I was not all that much into the candidate. Self I was into the machines because basically the candies made by these gigantic machines. That bump out I don't know how many thousands of pieces of candy per hour and basically all my weekends. I spent playing at the Candy Factory and I would They the machines apart and put them back together they would be some extra pieces after. I put him back together on that. That would be a problem but what? What kind of student were you were? You were school pretty easy for you. Yeah I was pretty nerdy basically. That was really good at math. Math was just easy to me. I what I would do during the summers is basically get either next year or you know. Couple YEARS LATER. Math books on all the sizes. Wow it kind of came easy but the way I really got good ideas by doing hundreds and hundreds exercises. That's what you do in. The summertime was bored. I mean I was an only child I is. I didn't have that much to do. This is remember this is also pre Internet pre everything. So what was I going to do? Man That's what I did was putting playing cards in the spokes of my bicycle and by jolly ranchers seven. Eleven should math books. So you were. Did you just love math? I mean it sounds like kids. Don't think about their future. They're not like I'm going to study math so I can be in tech one day like unless I've really enjoyed it. I I enjoyed it was it was like a puzzle for me by the way this is not the only thing I did. I mean I I also played a lot of video games Pirated Video Games in my commodore sixty four like floppy disks. Floppy Disk loppy discs. That's right I wanted a Nintendo. When I was eight my mother would not get many intendo. She instead got me computer. Commodore Sixty Four. And I couldn't figure out how to use it but eventually I read like the manual stuff and I figured out how to use it more than I figured out. I could buy other people's video games. And so I became a little hub in my in my little neighbourhood but these were not other kids adults or kind of basically young adults who had a computer and they would come to my house and I would take their games and give them my games exchange so then. I collected a pretty large number of video games but sh- mentioned right that I mean because your childhood sounds pretty nice but but like as a kid I guess or even as a teenager there was a civil war in Guatemala right. I mean we know that today. There's a a lot of violence there. Obviously violence in the US and other countries to but Guatemala's has been particularly hard hit. I mean did it feel dangerous when you're a kid yes it did. There was a civil war pretty much since I was born in seventy nine to nineteen ninety-six. There was a civil war going on the whole time. It always felt dangerous when I was fifteen or so. My aunt was kidnapped for ransom. I mean she was gone for seven or eight days. Wow People's cars would be stolen. I don't every couple of months. Somebody's car would be stolen in my family. Going past seven thirty PM was rare games. You needed to go out in a large group. If you're going to go up at seven thirty PM and I did my house had walls and barbed wire yeah. It felt dangerous. I mean this is one of just one of the reasons I came to the US. Actually I mean I was. After my aunt was kidnapped I thought to myself. I don't WanNa live here. Yeah and I guess you did end up leaving Guatemala for college because you went to Duke in North Carolina and you describe yourself as a like a math nerd in school and and is that what you intended to do like to do something in math. That's what I wanted to become an economic math professor. I was pretty certain. I wanted to become a math professor at the time. I thought the best thing that I can do is really learn a lot of math and I really it and I thought it was futile to learn how to deal with other people. It is interesting because my job. These days is one hundred percent just dealing with other people's problems. I'm just trying to understand the so so by becoming math professor. You thought. Hey I wouldn't have to deal with people I would just deal with facts. Data and numbers. Yes yes and you know I. I'll do math research all day long. And every now and then after class of but whatever that's like a tax That's that's what I thought so all right so you are She gets your degree and you this path to go into academia and you go into a PhD program at Carnegie Mellon Correct and I guess you go into computer science right yes. I changed from math computer science because I visited a math Grad school and what people were saying the professor was saying. Oh I'm working on this open problem that nobody's been able to solve for the last three hundred years and I thought I don't think I'm smart enough if you haven't done it and nobody's done it in three hundred years that's Kinda not for me whereas when you visit in computer science I mean this is crazy thing before like. Oh Yeah I still have an open program yesterday. Well it's a much younger field yet so that I thought that was much more exciting for me. At

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"guatemala city" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on Latino USA

"Dear Listener a quick warning that this episode has some descriptions of violence including a brief mention of sexual violence for most of his twenty S. Elvis ran and Internet cafe in a small town in the mountains outside Guatemala City and one day in two thousand fourteen. He noticed this girl. She kept coming around to print out homework. Assignments to the girl's name was Wendy. An ELVIS SAYS. He started noticing that she was printing out the same assignment over and over again. So he teaser. He'd say I just printed this for you yesterday and when you would say well printed again which Elvis took a sign that they liked each other. Eventually they started dating. This is Wendy. Endless name MORLA. Coming out committed Lilo. They'd go to the movies they'd want around the mall eating ice cream. Tho- won't those pretty soon? They were inseparable a year after they started dating. They got married. Elvis was twenty eight when he was twenty one game. The though still at most Wendy says it was an unforgettable day she especially loved her dress. It was a fairytale wedding dress with cuvee skirt and pearls all over the bust and glittery Tiara with avail. Fearful they moved into an apartment on the lower level of Wendy's parents home. Wendy was in nursing school. Elvis worked at his Internet cafe. It was a sweet quiet life but less than a year after their wedding. This was a fall of two thousand eighteen. Wendy's mom got an anonymous call. The voice on the phone sounds cheerful. But this is not a friendly call. This is an extortion comedian company. The caller asks for twenty thousand. Get.

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At The Mercy Of The Courts

Latino USA

01:59 min | 1 year ago

At The Mercy Of The Courts

"For most of his twenty S. Elvis ran and Internet cafe in a small town in the mountains outside Guatemala City and one day in two thousand fourteen. He noticed this girl. She kept coming around to print out homework. Assignments to the girl's name was Wendy. An ELVIS SAYS. He started noticing that she was printing out the same assignment over and over again. So he teaser. He'd say I just printed this for you yesterday and when you would say well printed again which Elvis took a sign that they liked each other. Eventually they started dating. This is Wendy. Endless name MORLA. Coming out committed Lilo. They'd go to the movies they'd want around the mall eating ice cream. Tho- won't those pretty soon? They were inseparable a year after they started dating. They got married. Elvis was twenty eight when he was twenty one game. The though still at most Wendy says it was an unforgettable day she especially loved her dress. It was a fairytale wedding dress with cuvee skirt and pearls all over the bust and glittery Tiara with avail. Fearful they moved into an apartment on the lower level of Wendy's parents home. Wendy was in nursing school. Elvis worked at his Internet cafe. It was a sweet quiet life but less than a year after their wedding. This was a fall of two thousand eighteen. Wendy's mom got an anonymous call. The voice on the phone sounds cheerful. But this is not a friendly call. This is an extortion comedian company. The caller asks for twenty thousand. Get

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"guatemala city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Whoever's able to identify the fifth and final sound bite wins the contest more on that in due course and we will of course be playing also in the third hour can you be Kirk I've got a five category trivia contest what a category Larry why don't tell you right now but they are I Love Lucy ballet sports animals famous fiction so you can bone up between now the third hour now we're heading into the weekend this is my first week for this year's campaign for food for the poor that's the organization that helps poverty stricken countries in our western hemisphere I travel for food for the poor a couple years ago to Guatemala City and right now in Guatemala it is the country where there's the highest amount of malnutrition even worse in Haiti often there's no food young girls with walk up to an hour to click walk water in the water this often fill these gonna be treated before could you be drunk and yet Walmart remained positive hopeful generous F. Laurie trap from Dallas learn this month on a mission with food for the poor I think for me the biggest takeaway was the hospitality that was shown to us the very first person I met was a woman named Josephine a who has served as at a house in the community and she instantly took hold of my hand and my elbow I think she was really worried it was going to be able to make it down that rocky path and she walked me down to meet her neighbor she was kind of a touch point within the community she just kept being nearby and smiling and hugging and being so warm and she and her children were dispensing chairs out for each of us to sin and then just to think about you know in their little they were giving us and it just made me realize that in.

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"guatemala city" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dozen men sit in the dining hall a migrant shelter in downtown Guatemala City watching TV one man from outside of the last name P. R. to only use this first name Jose atmosphere gang members might locate them says he's asked for asylum in Guatemala but until his case is resolved he barely leaves the shelter NASA played how to get the law and order and locate you can't work here everywhere I've gone to apply for a job even at car washes they ask for your work he says he can't get that permanent tell his claim is resolved and that could take years one analyst tiny a silent office with just eight workers has a backlog of more than four hundred cases Samuli tennis in the chaos of a male inside a game they told me my time at the shelter is run out and I have to go Jose says he fled outside after gang members kidnapped him and cut his leg with a machete he refused to collect their extortion payments once the shelter make them leave he has no other option he says to head to the US Khan NPR news Guatemala City when critics talk about musician ari Lennix they use words like classic and timeless to describe her soulful are and the sound he with the release of her debut album Shea butter baby audiences are showing up and showing love for the other side of ari Lynn Frank's songs about today's realities being broke moving to a new apartment figuring out where you stand and relationships that aren't so clear cut and let's not even mention all the people who are fans on Instagram live where she holds forth on any number of subjects for all these reasons we're really pleased to welcome our elections here.

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Guatemala City, President And Jimmy Morales discussed on KQED Radio Show

KQED Radio Show

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Guatemala City, President And Jimmy Morales discussed on KQED Radio Show

"Protesters import into the streets of Guatemala City to oppose the new asylum agreement between Guatemalan president Jimmy Morales and president trump Maria Martin reports how testers be drums and shouted Jimmy moralists you've sold out our country somewhat the mother the Fishel's filed an injunction against the asylum agreement one protester said more on this is offering something he can't even offer to his own people safety work justice food and shelter but the influential business community feared sanctions against exports and fees on the remittances that make up twelve percent of the country's

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"guatemala city" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

13:13 min | 2 years ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on The Daily

"That they're made from sustainably grown responsibly, harvested eucalyptus trees, fiber. The alburns troopers are flashy, look, good and feel good about so good. You might even bust a move. Find your pay today at all birds dot com, okay zone. So the administration is one this big victory in court and remain in Mexico can continue. But you said they want more. What more do they want? Well, they're still huge numbers of migrants coming to the border every single day. You know, we've got record breaking numbers at the end of each month, and this policy really is just a drop in the bucket. They want to expand it across the entire border. They wanna send back thousands of people a day to wait a Mexico, so yes, they've gained a victory, but they're not happy and that came to a head a. Couple of weeks ago, I was in Guatemala City, embedded with the homeland security secretary and we relate to go meet the UN ambassador for Guatemala were kind of wondering what's going on with another reporter. And we know something's happening because the president that morning had stepped outside the White House and told reporters, I will be making.

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"guatemala city" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"They took me into the mountains about two hours outside of Guatemala City into a hospital where there were a bunch of kids. They're who'd been rescued from starvation. What food for the poor did and the partners? They have there they go into the poor areas, and they look for kids who look malnourished. And then they go to the parent. They say I think it's time that that child king with us to the hospital because that child is sick and is going to die. So I go in there, and I see twenty kids sitting around a table playing and they look fairly healthy because they'd been there for a while I sit on the floor, and that was like the secret signal for these kids to jump on my back. I had like five kids all over me and one little girl grabbed my little finger like this and started to pull, and I know a little Spanish, and so she said Vanja, which means calm, and I said Don day, which is where so that's about as far as we got. She kept pulling saying Van Gogh I kept saying Dante, and she finally got me up and pulled me down the hall. And I thought she was going to show me the one year olds who were playing on the floor. No. She kept pulling me into this room where there were like fifteen empty cribs. And she pulls me all the way to the back and there's one crib? Empty and there's one little baby in that. Crib. And unlike Kenneth Starr, whose that and she said Carmen may harm Anita. She wanted me to meet her little sister. Now, she didn't even know me. She'd met me maybe ten minutes before. But she knew we were there to help them. And she didn't wanna let her little one-year-old sister be left out. And it's such a heartbreaking story. But yet that little girl changed me at melted me, and then she sat on my lap. And she sang Jesus loves the little children all the children of the world, of course, in Spanish. But I understood the tune it was a a song that I knew as a child in in Sundays in Sunday school, so the so she melted my heart, and now I get to use her story to convince people there are hurting starving. Children in these countries that would die without their donation. Well, they will they will die without our donations. They're they're dying now. And that's why this is urgent you know, that we weren't gonna start. This. Until a certain date and Tom trap said look things are so bad in Haiti. Let's let's move forward a week or ten days or something like that. Because it's so bad. So folks, if you're listening again album, and I have concocted a whole list of things that we want to do to to say, thank you. To you. And you can you can read them when you go to Metaxas talk dot com. But I wanna signs send you signed copies of some of my books. My miracles book, Donald drains the swamp. We know you don't give to get. But we we wanna thank you. And whatever you give go straight to food for the poor. It's not paying for any of this nonsense. And and if if anybody has ten thousand dollars, and we get some people out there who say that they to do that they wanna give something I can't think of an organization that is more worthy. Because again, we know what they do with the money. It's not some bureaucracy. I mean thinking about Haiti people wanna help in Haiti nominee years ago, people were giving to the Clinton foundation. It has. Of scandal they hurt, but this is the horror is that people have given money. And then you find out it didn't do what it what I wanted it to do. And that's why I say we have vetted this organization. They're a good organization. You've spent time with these folks, they're the number one relief organization in Haiti I think they spend about thirty million dollars a year, I've donated money to help feed these people, and if they pulled out or were shut down for whatever reason many were so let's help them, by the way. Thank you for all you're doing and thank your listeners for help. And that's what people have been very generous. And I'm begging, you know, because I'm thinking look, this is not this is not made up. This is not like give to the arts or something. Like that. This is starving. Children. How do you? How do you get on that? And so anybody who's listening again? I I want to say that you can call or you can go to Metaxas talk dot com. But the number is eight four four eight six three hope eight four four. Eight six three hope I think we have a clip we have a clip from angel Aloma on kale on how to be called out. Whatever. Kill. Let's say go ahead. Five percent of the people there are under employed or not employed, and it's a country where one out of every fourteen children don't leave to see the age of five because of lack of food lack of clean water when a country that that is a normal. Whenever anything happens on top of it. It becomes almost unbearable. I can't get over it. Well, fill first of all thank you for stopping by giving people, you know, putting a human face on this. Because to see you who've been there to hear the story of this little girl, it makes it real. And I think that there are people listening who they they they wanna give to something they wanna help. And so I don't like to just upset people. A lotta times radio host. We we kind of upset. It's like, here's the bad news. Here's the good news. You can do something about it. So.

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"guatemala city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"System. Guatemala cities or in neighborhoods. I mean that who's a community leader we can't go to the poorest barrios in the city because they're under complete control of gangs and drug cartels. And we've been told it's too dangerous to enter. Stability. Which is. Since two thousand eight the violence is worse is timing. Chung people is recruited by there's another occasion because not free. You have to pay for many people are excluded from the system. Brendan. But we've arrived in San Luis on the outskirts of Guatemala City. This is a world away from the political wranglings in congress, the main consent families here is how they're going to put food on the table. As we make our way through the community with no running water supply. There's nouveau welcoming stench of sewage and rubbish rotting in the heat. Although opinion polls seventy percent of Guatemalans are in favor of the people. Here have other priorities. Local say they've been abandoned by the state. Political career politicians you just to get elected because with all the promises they never deliver. That's the problem. We have they say they'll end crime, and extortion and other problems, but it's all lies because here they do nothing. Kinloss? Well, this is C continues to operate until its mandate officially ends in September. Investigators have left Guatemala because of fears for their safety in a country where more than one in five lawmakers are under investigation for corruption. And we're current and retired military commanders are being offered an amnesty for war crimes. Visit at stake Guatemala is voters..

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"guatemala city" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The caravan that is that the media and the dams like to say is imaginary doesn't exist manufacturer, whatever. The new caravan is up to twenty five hundred people grip Jenkins, a Fox News is traveling with it, and you know, what? They're in Guatemala City already. They're walking through it on the way to Mahyco. See what happens there second thing that I think you need to know Nancy Pelosi Cotonou gigantic lied. The media refuses to report as ally. We're in a letter to the president. And she said that you should we need to not have the state of the union happened just yet because the government shutdown security security reasons are why we should we should pause. It security reasons yet the secret service said nobody from Pelosi's office called us to ask us if they were security. Measures. If we couldn't provide it, we're totally fine. We've no problem with this. Homeland security said there's zero credibility to her letter. Why is the media giving her out? Why are they giving her an out third thing? I think you need to know is that story in the Washington Examiner ranchers down in Animas New Mexico, finding prayer rugs on their property on their ranches prayer rugs. And he say border patrol agents have told them over the past six months. Major spike in middle easterners Germans, Russians Chinese Slovakians. We need a wall. We absolutely one hundred percents need a wall. So. Now that we are talking about the wall or three things I think you need to know. There's a big fight going on right now. And the media for some reason only likes to talk about government where talk to government workers that aren't getting a paycheck. But they get paid on the back end. Or they make up stuff makeup facts experts. We talked to know wall. No this. No that blah, you know, who they don't talk to you are the angel moms. We talked to the angel moms. We talked to them at the fair radio row event. We talked to him here. I wish we didn't have to talk to them. But one of the moms that went into Nancy Pelosi's office to try to talk to her. We'll find out what happened is Marianne Mendoza Husan. Brandon was a Mesa. Police officer killed may twelfth two thousand fourteen head on collision by an illegal alien that was drunk and high driving on the four different highways. The wrong way four different highways the wrong way, kill Brandon, no calls from John McCain, Jeff flake pathetic awful. Marianne Mendoza as an angel momma, and there are way too many of them and she joins us now. Marianne? Hi, how you doing? Great. How are you? I'm doing. Okay. Thank you. Thank you the time this morning. Before we talk about the shutdown your take on this and everything else that's going on. I would love you to go over the story because it's not getting enough play in the media, you and other angel. Moms is also being Durden was one of them. And yet other angel moms there as well you guys decided to go into Nancy Pelosi's office and try to talk to her right? Yeah. So what happened? Well, we went in and. We were able to see her and they just kept working at us. Like, they didn't know who we were pictures of all of our kids that we'll have to check. We'll have to check. We'll have to check we decided just to stay there for a little bit. You know, we weren't loud and screaming like the other protesters aren't his onto into the Senate buildings and congressional buildings. But we decided, you know, we just needed ground. And we knew she was there. She wouldn't come out. And, you know, even if she came out and said, hey, I know you're here. I don't agree with you. Thank you for your time out of my office, just acknowledge that we even exist in that our children existed would be something, but Nancy Pelosi get Nestle. And so anyway, we started chanting build a wall build a while because we wanted her to here. And that is we relieving. They will they walked in and said that she was there for meeting with speaker Pelosi, and she was ordered back to see her. So it was clearly she had no time for us. And that's the sad and unfortunate thing. And the other slap in the face was yesterday. Chuck Schumer had all these people come out these. Senator is in congressional leaders. Come out holding pictures of the people who are furloughed workers, but the federal government, and it was basically blocking us is how I look at it because they know that we have pictures of our children and a furloughed worker versus the data American. There is no comparison and Chuck Schumer just really after dinner faces yesterday. I think he's a disgusting man representing Americans in this country. I would agree with you. I want to go. These are these are bad people they lie they like to their teeth just for power. I mean that. That's that's all that's all it is. We went into his office at the they were. Yes, either. So we we hit both of them up. You know? And I think that they would if there was a legal aliens going into talk to them or groups representing illegal aliens, they'd see him in a in a hot second, wouldn't they? Well, Nancy Pelosi was having that press conference in the DACA people were so loud screaming at her. And she actually, you know, oh. Oh, I'm sorry was Akyol sympathetic to them. We are herself American and she is a fellow American mother. And I want to minutes to stand in front of her I and just say to her how can you be doing this to be families? And how can you not be protected? You know, children and grandchildren in American citizens. And why aren't you acknowledging that we I mean, how can a mother she's in the highest position in the house because the house she's a woman should be making history. This is a pivotal point in in in our history that she could become an iconic woman in politics, and she's choosing not to do that. Choosing to listen to the, you know, demented old her career politicians who were in her ear telling that, this is what we're gonna do. We're not going to give Trump a victory on his biggest campaign promise. And that's what their twenty twenty campaign going to be right on that he failed the American people by not putting a while yet. They're the very people blocked from doing that Marian. Mendoza. An angel momma. You're listening to now on S T, aim seventy Tucson's. Most stimulating talk. I mean, I could even get up the sound bite. I don't know if you saw she had a Nancy Pelosi had when was this Ryan this was last week. She had the video my website Aquinas dot com where she actually told people that. Illegal aliens, killing Americans is still not justification to apprehend people when they crossed the border which was. You know, I was on Fox News last night at the foreman who is up with a gas with pain. You know, a lot of people talk about they put a wall up at it. But these twenty two million illegal aliens who are in a country. We're basically locking them into our country. Okay. First of all a wall. They not keep everybody out. But no one we'll keep going out, and we've got repeat illegal alien criminals. You come back over our border fifteen twenty twenty two times, they commit they commit crimes every time. They're here. Those are the people we need to start weeding out of our country at once they are deported. We have order security, and they're not able to come back in and eventually just problems going to get solved. But to say, you know, it's immoral who's this immoral to you know, my son paid alternate price as it all these other children and American citizen been killed. And that's not even to mention the hundreds of thousands of America victim of illegal alien crime, identity theft, rape assault hit run. Growing every day. And and it's something that as red blooded Americans. We can no longer. You know, we can't I'm gonna I'm gonna you're spot on. I wanna talk to you about what the president's doing, and and the shutdown the partial shutdown, and that kind of stuff, but I want you to hear this just in case you missed it. Because this I mean, she said some weird strange disgusting things, but you can hear this also this this might take the cake, that's thirty seconds. Listen to this in terms of respecting the dignity and worth everyone being concerned about every death that happens because of the cost imperfect world, and that's very sad. But it is not a justification for. Having more children die in custody be separated from their families going into that discussion taking babies Albion's of their parents as the mother of five and nine I find that appalling, they find it. So she finds that appalling did basically enforcing our laws and say, she couldn't even say because of an open border said an imperfect world, I mean, she's so she's such a liar. Yes. And she's disgusting and talked about these children being separated ripped out of their parents are number one. We all know a lot of them were being traffic is trusted. Number two, they're only separated now because of thank you judge Tigard twenty days, and then the reunited, everybody's to the United States, but random was my baby was a grown, man. But at one point he was my baby ripped out of my life permanently. I will never ever be able to hike my child. I love you mom and have the special moments that I had with him and his allies their their return me forever and Nancy closely could give a damn. Are you getting any kind of any kind of attention from the rest of the media? That hates Trump the fake news meat. I don't even call mainstream because I don't think they're mainstream. I mean, I know that you get interviewed at Breitbart, and you get on talk radio shows, and you get on Fox News. I mean, what you did by trying to talk to Nancy Pelosi and she sat in her office, refusing to talk to you, like, a chicken and horrible. Surrounded by walls and doors. Yes, exactly. They kept you out. They kept you out. So she did that to you Chuck Schumer mocked, you anybody else the media ever want to get your perspective on this. No. I mean, I reached out again to CNN to Anderson Cooper, and Don lemon, and I've said having families on your program. Let us show your viewers that we are not a manufactured crises. Of course, I've had no response from them. But I do have some fellow patriots who do have contact at up to them to see if they can possibly get them to have somebody on there to be able to tell the story. I think it's important for the viewers of liberal TV, different perspective of the story. And the, you know, a real person standing there. Describing a reality. Manufactured crises. They're real people and our children were real people. They were Americans that are dead at the way that Nancy Pelosi talked about these children be ripped apart at the order. There's so much passionate her voice when she talked about them. And yet, there's disdain inter boys. When she talked about American citizens any talks about putting wall up who the hell is she that? She's an American politician. And yet she she does not do anything to protect American citizens. What does she does? She's done. Thing that she's done positive. I I can't ever think of that. I couldn't think what John McCain did that was positive Jeff flake. I think what any of these people do that's positive. Again, I give you the you've such great strength you and your fellow angel angel moms and dads have such unbelievable strengthen, and I know we say prayers for you all the time, my wife, and my listeners, we we all do it's it's it's ridiculous. And it's so common sense. This needs to be solved. And there's no reason you just. And I think about those ranchers in southern Arizona lads and the Davison and the Chilton's, and I think about all of them in their first lady defense, I'm here in DC. I'm going to speak at a press conference hurston, and there are Hispanic ranchers from Texas and property owners in Texas who then the stories they tell us are horrendous of what they're dealing with what the cartel there. There's no border protection..

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"guatemala city" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I'm Marco werman and you're with the world where a co, production of the BBC World Service PRI and WG be h here in Boston. Here's a story. We're probably going to hear a lot about in the run up to the midterm elections next month. Another caravan of migrants heading north from Central America. Yes, we could after crossing from Honduras into Guatemala yesterday today, President Trump threatened to cut off aid to hunters. If the migrants continue their March, Guatemalan journalists, Luisa Sarda has been watching the progress of the caravan is heartbreaking to see that amount of people marching seeing praying with children and babies, and they'll repeal the gills walking and you see the shoes, the clothing is not appropriate to the weather conditions during the Ma. We have a lot of rainy seasons right now, so they went reach the Mexican border. I think on Sunday, and these will be a very huge crisis in the border. So they're on their way now to Guatemala City sixteen hundred marchers right. What what is the scene as they're walking along, they're walking. Along a highway. Last night they step in is key publicity, policies beat cdn near the border with less. There were around two thousand people on the park and Schilder, and then we work they. They were sleeping almost on the street. So the caravan started in San Pedro Soula in Honduras assembled russillo was once the the murder capital of the world, it's still a dangerous city. Why do the marchers say they're fleeing Honduras violence, gang violence and deal their pirate is they are with nothing, not having jobs, not having any money makes them very vulnerable. Yes. So fleeing poverty, we've heard a lot about that and the violence as well. I mean, there was a Honduran congressman Howdy Dixon who tweeted they are not seeking the American dream. They're fleeing the hunter a nightmare. So that certainly squares with the violence and the violent stories. We're hearing Louis, why are they doing this March this time of year? Why? Now it was round dome Deos gather people and begin to March. It is league. To seek asylum in the US even if you don't have papers. So people who present themselves at ports of entry are not violating any laws, how much do these migrants? No, that large segments of American society are not going to welcome them as far as I can see. Only feel of Dame know about asylum. The other ones I'd just marching to the border. I think they believe they can just enter the the countries. I don't think they are aware of the dissertation on the border vice President. Mike Pence told the president's in the region in Central America this week to stop migrants from fleeing north and President Trump is threatened to cut off aid, Honduras, but our leaders in the region able to stop these marchers as far as I can hear what I'm alleged, they are not doing anything to stop them because it's not possible. We don't have enough resources to stop them on him back to to the border with. That's because they are. There are a lot of. Families, a lot of children, a little alert people, and they are just crossing every road they can. The United States provides about one hundred seventy five million dollars in aid to Honduras. That was the last fiscal year if President Trump cut off that aid, what would that do to Honduras? Do you think, oh, it's going to be very, very bad for endorse economy. How would Guatemala feel if these Honduran migrants were to just stay in Guatemala? How would people feel about that? People are not happy with the US marchers here. There are of course a lot of people helping them and giving them food water medicine because they are just crossing the country. But if they wanna stay with no resources with no money, Justice, staying in the parks that he said, huge crisis minute, tiring crisis, Guatemala, journalists, Lewis, Louis Asada, keeping his eyes on nearly two thousand. Rondor and marchers who are moving through Guatemala. He's been speaking with us from Guatemala City Louis. Thank you. Thanks, you. There is a lot of uncertainty facing migrants who make it to the US Mexico border, especially families with children under the Trump administration's zero tolerance policy. Thousands of families have been separated at the border. In fact, according to a recent report by Amnesty, International, thousands, more families were separated and the government has previously disclosed, Brian Griffey is a researcher at Amnesty International..

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"guatemala city" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on Latino USA

"But the violence often spilled onto the streets of the capital Guatemala City where my mother's family lived. I was scared of what they sold more than they release because they realize where really. People. I'm sorry, but that's the truth. They were the students, the ones that I really looking for the four people that in Cobb, anything, but my father heat heating wants to getting in anything because stood injures. You got killed. My grandfather wasn't alone. Lots of people had reasons to be afraid. Violence was happening all around them. One day I was listening to the radio was TV I remember, but I remember that I hear that some people from the university were found death. Under a bridge close to Ramallah city. It was like a big shock. When I saw the name of the person. One of the murdered women with early accrues, a high school friend of my mom's. So this feeling of constant fear became worse from my mom when she was killed. Hellier had won the misquote Amal pageant and went to the nineteen fifty nine Miss Universe. Pageant the brutal, killing of Hella had been a warning posed by the government, oppose us an end up dead. But while my mom was shocked to hear how her friend had died, the death itself was less of a surprise because she knew that her Heli Andrew boyfriend had been on the side of the guerrillas and against the government in so that that's the way you live in the civil war in the thing is this if you speak your mind, you know they will kill you..

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U.S. charges hundreds in healthcare fraud, opioid crackdown

Orlando's Morning News

02:13 min | 3 years ago

U.S. charges hundreds in healthcare fraud, opioid crackdown

"Wdbo good morning i'm marsha taylor and i'm darrell moody federal authorities are calling it the largest healthcare fraud crackdown in history people across the country have been charged by the us justice department including one hundred sixty five doctors nurses and other licensed medical professionals channel nine's martha sugalski the target has been people illegally dealing prescribing addictive and deadly opioids investigators say medical professionals are seeing a healthcare crisis has a chance to make big money among those arrests one hundred twenty four south florida residents charged with various fraud schemes involving more than three hundred million dollars of federal money katrina scales news ninety six point five wdbo accused cop killer markeith loyd is asking the court to get him moved out of isolation at the orange county jail in a newly filed petition boyd claims he's had no significant issues the discipline and therefore qualifies to be reassigned general population or to a christian program now loyd is scheduled to be back in court later today for a status hearing on his case his attorney has asked that state attorney brad king be taken off the case saying kings position on the judicial administration commission is a conflict of interest kevin refuses ninety six point five wdbo vice president mike pence calling on central american governments to do more to contain illegal immigration here in the us speaking in guatemala city to the leaders of guatemala honduras and el salvador pitt said quote this exodus has to end the three central american countries are the home nations that many of the people trying to cross the border into the us i have strong feelings about this now it looks like californians will get to say if they want one year round time oh time in the us could get all funny this fall governor jerry brown signing a bill that will let voters decide whether changing clocks twice a year should become a thing of the past if approved california lawmakers would have to decide which time to stay on standard or daylight saving tang on daylight saving would also require it okay from congress there is a move here in california to end the practice of changing clocks many people saying it's now dated practice alex stone abc news los angeles well if you're taking a vacation next week you are not alone a record number of people expected.

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EU leaders claim breakthrough deal on migrants

BBC World Service

02:29 min | 3 years ago

EU leaders claim breakthrough deal on migrants

"Without reform what are the solutions for sluggish growth in mountains of debt that like the euro zone is the trauma of breaks it's an opportunity to usher in far reaching change for the remaining twenty seven member states and who's going to provide the leadership and vision to ensure that a union forged in the aftermath of conflicts can keep the flame of liberal values and economic growth alive that's all after a summary of the news bbc news with neo newness european union leaders have reached an agreement on migration policy after ten hours of talks at a summit in brussels the proposals speak speak of restricting the movement of migrants within europe and establishing control centers to process asylum requests they also agreed to look into setting up migrants centers outside the eu financing would be increased to help turkey and north african states further restrict migration to europe the us vice president mike pence has told central american leaders that the united states is facing a migration crisis at a meeting in guatemala city with the presidents of guatemala honduras and oh salvador mr penn said the majority of illegal migrants trying to enter the us came from their countries he said that must stop a young woman in el salvador has been found guilty of illegally ending her pregnancy after she was raped by members of a criminal gang the woman known as jasmine our confessed that she had been three or four months pregnant for the alleged rape el salvador is one of only a handful of countries in the world in which abortion is illegal in all circumstances police in the us state of maryland say that a gunman has targeted a newspaper office killing five people the suspect who was who surrendered to officers had a long running feud with the newspaper divers in thailand have resumed their efforts to save twelve boys and their football coach who've been trapped in a flooded cave for six days continuing heavy rain forced a suspension of the search for several hours thailand's leader prior to general jar has arrived at the scene the world trade organization has ruled in favor of australia's policy of making it mandatory that cigarettes should be sold in drab looking packets a group of tobacco producing countries had argued that plain packaging infringe trademarks and intellectual property rights bbc news you're listening to the real story from the bbc world service with me.

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Pence tells Central American leaders: End the exodus, respect U.S. borders

Midday on WNYC

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Pence tells Central American leaders: End the exodus, respect U.S. borders

"Their fight to prevent diabetes heart disease and obesity but some local government officials fearing the prospect of having their hands tied on all future tax hikes reluctantly backed the legislation for npr news i'm hettie lynne hurt he's in los angeles and from washington you're listening to npr news vice president mike pence is urging central american governments to do more to contain illegal migration speaking in guatemala city late thursday pence told the leaders of guatemala honduras and el salvador that the exodus of migrants from those countries must end those countries are home to many of the migrant families detained and separated in recent weeks after arriving in the united states from mexico pence's wrapping up a regional trip that included stops in brazil and ecuador before while malo hundreds of dead sea birds are once again washing ashore in alaska as elizabeth arnold reports from anchorage scientists attributed similar die off in two thousand sixteen to warmer ocean temperatures that affected the birds food source six birds were sent this week to the us geological surveys wildlife health center in an attempt to figure out what's killing thousands of birds mostly common murders that are showing up on beaches in northwestern in alaska residents reporting that some birds spotted off shore or struggling to stay above water seabird biologists are focusing on whether the die off is linked to toxins produced by algal blooms that occur in lasca when water temperatures are warm die off of common murders in two thousand fifteen sixteen was the largest ever recorded in alaska with forty two thousand carcasses collected an estimated toll of hundreds of thousands lost the ocean sea water temperatures in the bering sea this year have been significantly warmer for npr news i'm elizabeth arnold in anchorage on stock markets in asia shares are mixed lower in tokyo following gains on wall street i'm shay stevens.

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"guatemala city" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on PRI's The World

"This policy from the trump administration so why do you think your government there in guatemala city is backing the white house on this when a lot of other people are not i think most of the moves that the government does work policy is is related for example to the decision to move the embassy of what tomato from delaware to jerusalem and all the decisions off this foreign policy physicians are very much needed to the idea of the governor that if they keep very close to the trump administration they will have some support to reduce the pressure of the international commissioner atkins impunity and corruption what about on the somehow they will be freed from fighting corruption in the solve the thing is the girl went to mullah is basically trying to be close to the trump administration in order to avoid more pressure from the us administration on corruption issues it's interesting that that guatemala is backing the white house on this policy because guatemala's the only central american country that has a presence in tucson to actually meet with and advise its nationals who were there apparently it sends one of its representatives to the courthouse in tucson every day to meet with the with immigrants and then they make a phone call back to the families of loved ones in guatemala their relatives have been detained doesn't that suggest that some that there's some concern in guatemala about trump's policy and protecting your own citizens what you describe is what we call in what the mother protection program our closings are doing what they have to do very happy that they're doing that we are minus so the guatemalan government isn't openly criticizing the family separation policy but others it sounds like are critical in guatemala and are upset by what's happening at the border yes by all means on this i think involves all sectors of society i heard the chlorine from public opinion makers from different ideologies i have heard also declarations from religious groups human rights groups within the country communities indigenous communities so there's a widespread consensus against this policy at its express up only in this society and the media has editorialized about this very clearly very openly fernando carreira the former minister of foreign affairs in guatemala thanks very much thank you tomorrow on the world we turn to our global nation editor monica campbell she'll be joining me to talk about some of the immigration legislation being discussed this week and the push to address the issue of family separation at the southern border there's been a lot of confusion hair i certainly have many more questions about all of this and i have the feeling that you might to what do you want to know about the trump administration's zero tolerance immigration pol send us an e mail with your questions to the world at pri dot org and i will put those questions to monica that's the world one word the world at pri dot org i'm marco werman and you're with the world it's kind of impossible to.

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"guatemala city" Discussed on Are You Real

Are You Real

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on Are You Real

"Or he abandons the family never comes back in doesn't send money in the family never hears from them again though it's man there's different things also with art we see in our program in guatemala city so a lot of the fathers are doing construction or working cleaning schools and things like that but a lot of them because there's a lot of gang violence in the city we hear a lot about others passing away from the gang violence so it's it's hard i'm assuming i don't know tons about the culture but i'm assuming there's not women were in so they're really probably laughed with not a lot of options having all these children and there has been has died or abandoned one if the women do work a lot of times they're doing their weavers so they weave the typical close over there and then they'll sell it to someone to sell in the market closer to the city but what i've seen that happens is there the women in the mountains really taken advantage of in this aspect so they might get paid twenty cues com quetzal is that's the money over there so they'll get paid twenty hughes or glaus or skirt that they we've but then the person that buys it from them is them that twenty cues takes it into the market and sells it for almost four hundred cues in the market and so they're really taken advantage of in it takes a lot of hard work to we as outfits they're very detailed in it takes a lot of time and resources to create him so that is something we in the ministry that we have seen in we're trying to to get our hands in there trying to help with things like that yeah yeah so curious how much is twenty keys is that an american money right for you divide by seven to get the q down to us dollar so i think a hundred qs is about thirteen us dollars okay all right so kabul lead them about two dollars fifty cents so there's selling dress and selling effort to dollars and fifty cents yeah that's amazing why can say you know one of hearts behind sydney taking as every community.

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Death toll 25 in Guatemala volcano eruption

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02:47 min | 3 years ago

Death toll 25 in Guatemala volcano eruption

"From npr and wbz you're i'm robin young i'm jeremy hobson it's here now rescue operations in guatemala which continued today after the fogo volcano erupted over the weekend thirty two hundred have been forced to evacuate at least sixty nine people have died and we're seeing horrifying images of the scene here's reporter mark stevenson of the associated press several of the stunning images are the myriad ways in which people died in this rumps and some were burned to death when buildings were set of flame by fast moving flows of lava clouds and then the most terrible thing is that the ashes mixed with water and sent it flows of what appeared to be steaming mud down the river valleys and dan the creeks even reached as far as the capital guatemala city twenty five miles away from the volcano ruediger escobar wolf is a vulcanologist at michigan technological university he's a native of guatemala and joins us on skype ruediger welcome and i just tell us about frago this is what's called a bellwether volcano well frankly it's a very typical strata volcano that has a lot of frequent eruptions it has been active since there are written records standish colonial occupation of guatemala and it and it has continued to the present so it has been erupting continuously since one thousand nine hundred nine and in the last few years since about two thousand fifteen it has had about a large russian per month so it it has had a very high level of activity and that's also partly contributing to this tragedy but when was the last time it had a major eruption are one that is like the one we're seeing now probably in october nineteen seventy four that was probably an eruption of comparable size to what we saw yesterday is this volcano different than the one that we've seen erupting in hawaii yeah it is very different hawaiian volcanoes in this particular case till away i usually produces lava flows in this eruption there were also some explosive events in but it mainly produced lava flows it produces some some ashby very rarely at least from what we know produces this kind of pyroclastic flows which is the deadly phenomenon that caused all the deaths were there any warnings for frago we know that in hawaii they were having earthquakes a lot of earthquakes.

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"guatemala city" Discussed on Here & Now

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"guatemala city" Discussed on Here & Now

"Is this volcano different than the one that we've seen erupting in hawaii yeah it is very different hawaiian volcanoes in this particular case kilowatt usually produces lava flows and this eruption calloway their world so some explosive events and ashish but it mainly produced lava flows it produces some some ashby but it very rarely at least from what we know produces this kind of pyroclastic flows which is the deadly phenomenon that cost all the deaths were there any warnings of for way go we know that in hawaii they were having earthquakes a lot of earthquakes right before the volcano started erupting it's complicated at at flagel because as i mentioned before there are very frequently ruptured so they knew one of these eruptions were starting but to some extent it has become like a normal thing so certainly they were not expecting a pyroclastic flow this large that would directly hit the community so initially when it started it looked like any other of the frequent eruptions so they were were the activity was rising and the observatory sent out special bulletins documenting that the activity was high and telling the civil protection and the communities and other authorities to to be on the watch and basically part partially with what happened was that the activity got to the critical to the deadly lethal pyroclastic flows too quickly for most of them to react some some places had evacuated but this particular village that was destroyed or most of most of the casualties happened they apparently did not evacuate and that was the cause of so much death and destruction and what about the ash we said that it's reached guatemala city.

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Detroit police call for end to paintball war, arrest six people

02:23 min | 3 years ago

Detroit police call for end to paintball war, arrest six people

"City streets laura herbert from member station w d t reports unsolicited social media posts are encouraging the use of paintball guns as an alternative to gun violence in the city detroit police chief james craig says the idea is well intentioned but misguided police officers when confronted with someone with a replica weapon or in this case of paint god they may make the mistake thanking us a real firearm and phil threaten there may be a deadly response to that six people have already been arrested for shooting cars and other property with paintball guns craig says the department will be beefing up enforcement and arresting paintball offenders for npr news i'm laura herbert in detroit you're listening to npr news from washington health officials are still trying to pinpoint the cause of an e coli outbreak that sickened some one hundred people in twenty two states the bacteria was traced her romain lettuce from yuma arizona but the source of the contamination remains unknown one of guatemala's most powerful politicians is dead alvarado arzu former president of wada malla and mayor of guatemala city died yesterday afternoon maria martin has more from antigua alberta worse who was playing golf with friends when he suffered a heart attack the influential politician had served as president of what the mullahs from nineteen ninetysix until two thousand he negotiated and signed peace accords ending the country's long civil war are suicide on his third term mayor of what city recently he'd been a vocal opponent of the international anticorruption commission or see sieg which had accused him of elicit use of electric refunds on soussan is currently head of congress what of president jimmy more went on twitter to precept sue as a great statesman dedicated to public service out about oh are was seventy two years old for npr news i'm martin an empty well what the ma terminally ill british toddler at the center of a legal dispute over his treatment has died twenty three month old alfie evans had an incurable brain condition the hospital withdrew life support on monday after judges sided with doctors who said further treatment would.

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Ex-president who signed accord ending Guatemala's war dies

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02:26 min | 3 years ago

Ex-president who signed accord ending Guatemala's war dies

"And earned high level graduate degrees behind bars in march an independent state parole board cleared him for release that move drew a furious response from patrick lynch who heads a powerful policemen's union in new york city letting these murdering matz on this street is like saying walk free so kill again governor andrew cuomo said he disagrees with the parole board's decision but a judge validated it bell who seventy years old will live now under supervision in new york city brian man npr news police end detroit are preparing to combat a weekend of paintball warfare on the city streets laura herbert from member station w d e t reports unsolicited social media posts are encouraging the use of paintball guns as an alternative to gun violence in the city detroit police chief james craig says the idea is well intentioned but misguided police officers when confronted with someone with a replica weapon or in this case of paint gun they may may make the mistake thinking real firearm and phil threaten there may be a deadly response to that six people have already been arrested for shooting cars and other property with paintball guns craig says the department will be beefing up enforcement and arresting paintball offenders for npr news i'm laura herbert in detroit you're listening to npr news from washington health officials are still trying to pinpoint the cause of an e coli outbreak that sickened some one hundred people in twenty two states the bacteria was traced her romaine lettuce from yuma arizona but the source of the contamination remains unknown one of quantum mollahs most powerful politicians is dead alvarado arzu former president of guatemala and mayor of guatemala city died yesterday afternoon maria martin has more from antigua alberta where sue was playing golf with friends when he suffered a heart attack the influential politician had served as president of what the mullahs from nineteen ninetysix until two thousand he negotiated and signed peace accords ending the country's long civil war are suicide on his third term mayor of what city recently he'd been a vocal opponent of the international anticorruption commission or see sieg which had accused him of elicit use of electric.

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