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Black Lives Matter in Honduras

Latino Rebels Radio

05:26 min | 2 months ago

Black Lives Matter in Honduras

"In the case of on Dudas gutty fullness struggle for social justice started long before the coup in two thousand nine. Yet perhaps now, more than ever the illegitimate government has become even more brazen and hostile towards the Honduran community of African descent. So, what's at stake in Honduras? The immediate problem is the kidnapping disappearing in outright murderer of gutty activists and social leaders. The long term problem is the systematic array. Of Garifuna Land Culture and very existence in on us. In addition as is often, the case racism plays a role in state violence. So today's show is out to make it clear their black lives do matter in on Dudas. So whiff on the show today as Gregoria Florida's she is a got food and activist and a CO founder of Gutty community services the. US base in the Bronx New York. She joins us today via skype. Welcome to show Grigoriev Florida's. Thank you so much for having me here. Today is my bless her Oscar could be with you in this. And Lisa great opportunity to me to speak out was really going on in Honduras and especially my community across. Absolutely. It's an honor to have you with us, and there's some immediate things that are happening right now even as we have this conversation in on dudas but before we get to some immediate issues with several gutty phone activists being taken, shall we say by Honduran government officials? Let's begin by explaining to people what is of run For an eighth ow Blackberry Organization in Honduras over Anna's founder because of beggar from the people. Estar. Sophomore in. Cain of that discrimination in the city close to the our community. So offer they work clothes they work with that all reflect community. To, defend and to make sure everybody in the community days enjoying the human rights. And Human Rights is certainly the issue at hand here on this conversation because in recent months has been increased violent possibilities by the Honduran government towards the getty fullness. So I want to the best of your ability if you could. Tell us about the incident that took place on July eighteenth in full delacruz on duress. This is also very historic city or town in under a spaghetti fullness. Correct. EAC. Is One of the forty forty, seven community in Honduras myself funder for one sisters after became often the display from. From The people came first from and. That was a farce espace that people? Does the land after. After that was bringing from San be think. So the after they came to heal and the answer they open the forty-seven community. So why does the across the cruise I'm from? I'm born there for my my parents might. Arrays with my. Sisters and community. Buried Pacific community and the way will come in the community. My aunts my father's tell us at home. Always everybody's coming to Delacour do have to welcome everybody and you have if you have something some food, they provide A. And they need rest from the next day, give the space even the coroner to the person get get rest for the next day to continuing journal. So that's the way our parents. Make us a racing community. So all the time is normal for us to see the Community Fund Anada community that people never for the coming for the city to sell different kinds of. Things and. We have the Pacific living in our community but something happened after the eighty, nineteen, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, nineteen. Ninety nineteen because the. The estar selling, our lance west going on with us because when we request. The. Legal communication about. Our land. That Guerrero Limiting Honduras? They do something. That was nice normal and that was not something they not supposed to do because they increase the land for. Policy and they put our land like a Gary flipper from. Inside the limit of land from municipality that of Taylor. So If that's. Saline, our land. So the organization to develop theories me our community. So that's a time our. Situation, they gained worse on this started the persecution about our leaders in our community.

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President of Honduras Rejects that the State of Honduras Sponsors Drug Trafficking

BBC World Service

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

President of Honduras Rejects that the State of Honduras Sponsors Drug Trafficking

"Isn't a fund your us fun Orlando and nine days has rejected suggestions suggestions that the country's in Norco state after his brother was found guilty in the United States of drug trafficking a federal court in New York had that Tony Anand is used his connections in the Honduran government to smuggle more than two hundred tons of cocaine into the U. S. president Amanda said the drug traffickers wanted revenge against his administration for hours he'll just to make the grade the jury decided sadly to believe the words of people who are confessed murderess drug traffickers who have as a goal to attack my family as a way to get revenge for the decisions we've taken

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"honduran government" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"On FM at one hundred two point nine FM. And now nine seventy WFL presents webs. World calling it like he sees it. Here's Ted Webb say what you want Donald Trump give him his due. He has used balls. I love it. When you sends troops to the border to stop Central American illegal aliens from processing the border twenty thousand strong. That's an invading army. That's not a caravan. What did Obama do when they attempted the same trick on his watch? He Bevere spray them separated families with the media was silent. Now mainstream media is calling out the president for teargassing the illegals some video has surfaced on how the Honduran government was telling the illegals how to pass the test of seeking asylum. Trump is putting an end of them. He's putting a stop to the Obama era of no borders methodology. I'm glad I voted for him and twenty sixteen God willing I'm alive in twenty twenty I plan to vote for him again. I'm jed web. And that's how I see it. There you go. I think a lot of people listening right now, we're gonna 'gree with you on that. We got a shutdown that border for sure I'm still full from the dinner. He made us last night lamb chops potatoes. Really good Peter is not going to be happy with that you're killing a little baby lambs. That's okay. It was delicious. Did you see that story about that six foot eight cow running around monster? Yeah. Six foot eight Cal think about that. I mean that's taller than basketball players. Get him on the court. He could play for my New York Knicks. They're terrible. By the way, we got leadership. Tampa Bay is in here in the studio with Jeff right now. Taking over. So I can leave..

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"honduran government" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Twenty thousand strong. That's an invading army. That's not a caravan. What did Obama do when they attempted the same trick on his watch? He pepper spray them separated families with the media was silent. Now mainstream media is calling out the president for teargassing the illegals some video has surfaced on how the Honduran government was telling the eagles how to pass the test of seeking asylum. Trump is putting an end of them. He's putting a stop to the Obama era of no borders mentality. I'm glad I voted for him in twenty sixteen God willing, I'm alive in twenty twenty I plan to vote for Mcgann, I'm dead web. And that's how I see it and you'll be around for that one in twenty twenty. And that's what I told them after we recorded that question is whether or not he's going to run again. Oh, come on. He's going to run again. I would think he would. Although a couple of the people that are close to him have said there's a good possibility that he's not going to run again. Once you've been president. What can you do after that be president for a second term? Well, I'd be I'd settle for one term. Oh, he's gonna run again just gonna run again. Yeah. Yeah. Is going to push it. Yeah. I agree. It's about a lasting legacy. And you you really need to terms to make that happen. Well, there've been a few over the years that have done it in one. But nevertheless, we'll see another few years. Of course, you've got Republicans are going to be running against him. And they're talking about he's talking about Mike Pence is going to be as vice presidential candidate again in twenty twenty which I think is good. I think he could run without being a Republican or democrat this point. Instill win. Yeah. It doesn't matter. What party is at this point except because people hate him whether he's a Republican or not. I mean, the Democrats the people who well, what do they call them the motor? It is opposition. They I can think of a few words, but I can't see him on the air. Yeah. They got pretty worked up, but there's some Republicans that accept him. They tolerate him. But they don't really agree with everything that he says. So when you have the Ohio governor John casick who says he might run in two thousand twenty that could pose some problems. Yeah. And there have been a couple of others that are talking about it in to, but we'll see. And of course, a ton of Democrats can't wait to go into that twenty twenty election, by the way, given what Ted said just a few minutes ago on Webb's world, I was going to ignore these Christmas things because I thought we couldn't say him Christmas things. Yeah. Here shiny, Christmas, things or. What is the difference between snowmen and snow women? Snowballs?.

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"honduran government" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"What happened to report it without fear or favor in context and perspective? And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We work endless hours to make sure that when we deliver it to you is fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on Fox News channel, real news. Real honest opinion. The huge migrant caravan is betting down for the night in southern Mexico. Most of them planning to resume their journey in the morning. The estimated seven thousand migrants in the Honduran caravan are back to walking north from southern Mexico. But the AP's reporting that some members of the caravan paid for bus tickets, and that Mexican police had been stopping some of the smaller buses and taking people off of them. Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday that the president of Honduras told him the caravan was organized by leftist groups and financed in part by Venezuela. They also said they believe middle easterners are among those in the caravan though, President Trump acknowledged there's no proof of that. It is not totally clear. How this caravan got started? But it grew after social media posts about it went viral. The Honduran government has also said that activists like a former lawmaker helped get the caravan started. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News rookie continuing the pressure on Saudi Arabia over the murder in the Saudi consulate Jamal goose Shuki. The Turkish government releasing security camera footage. Of what they claim is a vehicle from the Saudi consulate scouting a forest outside. Istanbul possibly four locations in which to dump a body. A mayor Georgia says roughly thirty sex offenders on probation in his city will be held at city hall on Halloween to ensure the safety of local children grow tumbler, Jerry Jones says he has the power to do that under the terms of their probation. No, you didn't win the Powerball jackpot last night. No, one took the six hundred and twenty million dollar top prize from Wednesday night. So that means Saturday's drawing is now seven hundred and fifty million dollars that makes it the fourth largest jackpot in US history. This price puny compared to the one point five billion dollar mega millions prize. Then went to a single winner on Tuesday. No one has won the Powerball since August eleventh when a man from Staten Island, New York, one two hundred and forty five million Chris Demeo, Fox News. New york. I'm Jack Callaghan..

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"honduran government" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on KTOK

"What happened to report it without fear or favor in context and perspective? And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that we deliver it to you is fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. Huge migrant caravan is betting down for the night in southern Mexico. Most of them planning to resume their journey in the morning. The estimated seven thousand migrants in the Honduran caravan are back to walking north from southern Mexico. But the AP's reporting that some members of the caravan paid for bus tickets, and that Mexican police had been stopping some of the smaller buses and taking people off of them. Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday that the president of Honduras told him the caravan was organized by leftist groups and financed in part by Venezuela. They also said they believe middle easterners are among those in the caravan though, President Trump acknowledged there's no proof of that. It is not totally clear. How this caravan got started? But it grew after social media posts about it went viral. The Honduran government has also said that activists like a former lawmaker helped get the caravan started, Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News Turkey. Continuing the pressure on Saudi Arabia over the murder in the Saudi consulate who Jamal Shoghi the Turkish government releasing security camera footage. Of what they claim is a vehicle from the Saudi consulate scouting forest outside Istanbul possibly four locations in which to dump a body. A mayor Georgia says roughly thirty sex offenders on probation in his city will be held at city hall on Halloween to ensure the safety of local children, grow, Tom. Bayer Gary Jones says he has the power to do that under the terms of their probation. No, you didn't win the Powerball jackpot last night. No, one took the six hundred twenty million dollar top prize from Wednesday night. So that means Saturday's drawing is now seven hundred fifty million dollars that makes it the fourth largest jackpot in US history. This sort of puny compared to the one point five billion dollar mega millions prize. Then went to a single winner on Tuesday. No one has won the Powerball since August eleventh when a man from Staten Island, New York, two hundred and forty five million Chris Demeo, Fox News, New York. I'm Jack Callaghan..

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"honduran government" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"What happened to report it without fear or favor in context and perspective? And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that when we delivered. So you is fact it's a fact Shepard Smith on Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. Huge migrant caravan is betting down for the night in southern Mexico. Most of the planning to resume their journey in the morning. The estimated seven thousand migrants Honduran caravan are back to walking north from southern Mexico. But the AP's reporting that some members of the caravan paid for bus tickets, and that Mexican police have been stopping some of the smaller buses and taking people off of them. Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday that the president of Honduras told him the caravan was organized by leftist groups and financed in part by Venezuela. They also said they believe middle easterners are among those in the caravan though, President Trump acknowledged there's no proof of that. It is not totally clear. How this caravan got started? But it grew after social media posts about it went viral. The Honduran government has also said that activists like a former lawmaker helped get the caravan started. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News rookie continuing the pressure on Saudi Arabia over the murder in the Saudi consulate who Jamal Shoghi the Turkish government releasing security camera footage. Of what they claim is a vehicle from the Saudi consulate scouting a forest outside. Istanbul possibly four locations in which to dump a body. A mayor Georgia says roughly thirty sex offenders on probation in his city will be held at city hall on Halloween to ensure the safety of local children grow layer. Jerry Jones says he has the power to do that under the terms of their probation. No, you didn't win the Powerball jackpot last night. No, one took the six hundred and twenty million dollar top prize from Wednesday night. So that means Saturday's drawing is now seven hundred fifty million dollars that makes it the fourth largest jackpot in US history. This sort of puny compared to the one point five billion dollar mega millions prize. Then went to a single winner on Tuesday. No one has won the Powerball since August eleventh when a man from Staten Island, New York, one two hundred and forty five million Chris Demeo, Fox News, New York. I'm Jack Callaghan..

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"honduran government" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This race. Is this stone cold phony Robert Francis sometime? Referred to as Beethoven. And he pretends to be a moderate. Oh, he is. He's attacking him for changing his name. Is that it? Yes. What about Ted Cruz? What's his real name? It's a Cuban name. Yeah. Rafael Cruz Rafael. So why does the attack he's changed? His he's he's gone less ethnic because he's anglicized it whereas beta wants to sound more ethnic because the Democrats have their ethnic identity coalition for the president likes aglow size. They called immigration in the proper way, Len when you fold yourself into America by anglicizing your name, but we've got going on with the left with their identity politics. They all want to be called Bego, Raphael and Jose. And this that this that and the other thing. So that they can play up, ethnicity and identity politics. The caravan and these terrorists are in MS thirteen. Oh, stop it. Does in the caravan. People marching our way here by the Honduran government, by the way. I don't know if it's one word or two it's called fear mongering is that one word or two you want. What do you propose to do with these people just swing? The gates open. How come I never said that come on? You're gonna lie and say, oh, you Democrats crime in America. You wanna throw no one ever said that the Democrats want more and more immigrants, so they can get them on the welfare state, and then they become voters for Democrats. That is the game. The democrat has a role eastern Europeans terrorists that Ebbets thirteen flocking into the country. You don't know who's in that caravan. Yeah. The best of Honduras. I guarantee you by the way, we have Matt gutten from ABC news. He took a you're the president said take a camera and go in there got took a camera went in there. We'll hear from him at eight oh five we'll see how many. Lots of pictures of little chill. Sam and eastern European return? The female cop who's making big news with her panties. What plus your next chance to the thousand.

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"honduran government" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Hundred two two two five two two two chaos erupted. As a caravan reaches the Mexico border, a chaotic scene unfolded as a massive caravan of Honduran migrants reach water Malla Mexico's border on Friday earlier today, a surge of migrants broke through the steel fence that had been padlocked shut. Mexican police in riot gear. Pushed them back setting off smoke canisters hundreds of Mexican federal police sealed the border is drones and helicopters hovered above the crowd, which waited on a bridge in sweltering, heat, at least a dozen migrants. Stuck on the bridge have jumped into the river below Mexican officials had said that people seeking asylum would be processed at the border. But it's unclear what will. Will happen next. It looks like they're trying to create a train wreck there. I think some who who's who encourage this train wreck. I agree. One hundred percent. It makes no sense. I don't know who it is. If there are coyotes, if it's the government down there, the Honduran government if there are third parties that have stepped in and encourage them to do this. But this is not something that's random. This is something that's clearly organized. I agree and they want this to be going on at the Mexican border. I agree. And this part about the Mexican officials say that they all process these people, they don't do that. I don't understand what their role is in because you know, people were not trying to live in Mexico. They're trying to live in the in America. So I just don't understand all these players are involved. And to me, it's a win for Trump. I think it's big it is and the fact that they're doing it right before the election. Allows him to say look at me tough on the border, even though the wall hasn't gone up. Yes. People understand that he's engaged in this. And he's trying to prevent this from happening, right? If I'm a democrat. I don't say a word because I'll tell you right now. These people are is chaos is total chaos and his criminal conduct. And is just you just there is no there is no side that you can take to defend their direction. I think Trump is a winner on this. And the arguments that are used that look this country has a lot of problems. The crime rate is through the roof the economy stinks, people feel like they don't have a future there. It would be all the motivating factors that any one of us would have to move to a different country. But you have to have a process you have to respect the laws. You have to make sure that it's not helter skelter at the border where anyone who wants to come. That's within walking distance gets over. And if you buy into the arguments that they make then there is no border. There are no laws, and it's just anyone who wants. To come can come. If you're if we are a nation of laws. There's no justification for ignoring the law, and this is where again, the Republican party and those who grab on the immigration issue. They win last time around they sent a bunch of kids, and they sent women and children to the border. They thought that that would be the optics of that would would aid there 'cause this time around is it still women and children. Or is it everyone everyone because I would submit to you that the women children plan was successful. I think there was tremendous public outcry not only in this country. But throughout the world, even Ivanka Mel Malania had to take a position. This is the separation of children from parents didn't sit. Well, that's what they wanted. They wanted the pictures of the crying kids and the mom screaming for the kids. Right. And they thought that that would pull up the heartstrings there for a while. But something like this just looks like now mob rule. This is this is this is a riot. This is prison riot jumping into the river. No, no, there's no there's no personal tugging of a heart on these issues here at all. And if they're successful here, you can just imagine that the next caravan behind it's four oh four. Let's take a look at the roads..

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"honduran government" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"New legal employees to low wage American businesses the vast majority of Obama's migrants flooded into working class districts swamped America's labor market and packed Americans public schools, with children who do not speak English the new reports from lawyers suggest that pass rate of seventy five percent. Has fallen dramatically as President Donald Trump and AG sessions, worked to curb economic migration from Central America and this is what twenty nine blanket credible fear interview denials look like every single separated paranoid met who had, a credible fear interview has been denied their main question. Will I see my children, before I'm deported Oh well don't do this I'm hoping the words getting, back to these countries do not do, this do, not bring, your children across the border unless you plan on leaving them because you can't just tell. The border patrol that you're running away from your lousy husband It's not. No longer considered a credible fear the, Tricia Aragon told the US asylum officer at our recent case, assessment that she was fleeing her native Honduras because she had been robbed and raped by a gang member who threatened to kill her and her, nine year old daughter if she went. To the police. Now why are the Honduran authorities doing something about that until recently the Forty-one-year-old seamstress from some federal Soula would have, had a good chance of clearing. That first hurdle and the asylum process due to a quote credible fear and quote for her safety but she didn't the officer and the Honduran government wasn't to blame for what, happened to. Aragon, and, recommended that she. Not get asylum meaning she'll likely be sent home the decision made in. The credible fear interviews are being backed up by the judges who handle appeals on the immigration system said the AP once migrants are denied in their initial credible fear Test they are prevented from using the catch. And release loopholes and are instead instead, slated for a quick return to their homeland pro immigration or, pro migration groups are hoping to start a federal hoping that a federal lawsuit can overturn attorney general sessions new policy according to CNN Greg Chen, director of government relations for the immigration. Lawyers association agreed. The process could take weeks to months and could be hampered by having to find people who are actually harmed he, said association attorneys and other advocates. Would likely need to send researchers into the field near across the Mexican border to try to find people affected as they could be deported far too quickly to find attorneys in the US Look at this you know advocacy groups are trying to make it easier for lawbreaking And I'm supposed to feel bad about sessions policy, while I'm, sorry I don't, this is, this is the law and if people cannot you know What if you're living, in Chicago Right now And you're afraid because your kids are being shot at in the streets and there could be a drive by and you could be braiding your daughter's hair and a bullet can come flying through that window and at any, given moment, kill you kill. Your child do you? Have a where do you go? For asylum do you come to the Mexican border in Mexico to take you to go to the Canadian border and ask candidates, to take, you know you go to the. Chicago police you go to the, United, States government, you say why is this happening in? Our cities why are criminals allowed to run roughshod over a city, like Chicago the city from which the former president claims to. Call home it's outrageous That people from other countries where law enforcement is null and void doesn't take place can't protect them, come here, and overwhelm our system and the. First thing they do is overwhelm, our, law enforcement, it's absolutely unbelievable so we'll take a?.

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"honduran government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The united states and i asked him what is the main reason why you're leaving honduras and one of the small farmers said well there was no rain there was no rain no harvest no food and it turns out that you know that year it was june of two thousand fifteen there was quite a dry spell if not a drought in this region that's known as a dry corridor it's a region that extends throughout umbrella el salvador honduras into nicaragua and in that particular region which is filled with many poor small farmers who depend on seasonal rainfall that region had no rain the farmers are expecting rain and there was no rain one mayor in a nearby town where these small farmers are from he said we are facing an unprecedented calamity almost like the language of a war rate and the honduran government even responded they saw that four hundred thousand people were in dire like at risk of hunger so they started sending food packets which was insufficient this is what those men were coming from and they end up at the border and when i look at the four hundred thousand side i wonder how many more or in that same situation when you think about migration it's always multifaceted there's always many different reasons one is an unstable government then another the conditions of of an economic situation that's untenable especially if you don't get your crops but the reason that they said was a reason the had to do directly with the drought and then when i further talked to a climate scientists who is doing modeling in that area they said well the drought is not an anomaly at all they have been occurring over a span of ten years before that and they were very connected with a warming globe and the projections were that these sorts of droughts would increase into the future and so we're looking at a situation in central america that's already has a number of factors that are displacing people and we have to look at this other ecological aspect of it to really give a holistic analysis of it todd let's take a deep dive into what the climate models are telling you about how climate disruption is affecting areas of mexico central america well i mean there's the scientists that i discussed with central america who said that the droughts occurring with more frequency he called central america he said this is the ground zero for climate change in the americas and he said it's don only the drought situations it's also the fact that it's a dismiss so the isthmus means that there's two large bodies of water on either side it's practically like an island right and so the impacts of sea level rise the impacts of the.

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"honduran government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New york i'm david i the honduran government is expressing regret over a us moved to end temporary protected status tens of thousands of the central american nation citizens living in the united states the foreign relations ministry says in a statement that it is a matter for washington to decide but adds that quote we deeply lamented it says returnees will be welcomed with open arms and promises to help facilitate their reintegration into honduran society approximately eighty three hundred honduran immigrants in new york and new jersey have tps connecticut's general assembly voted yesterday to join a group of states that want to pool their electoral college votes for the presidential candidate who wins the popular vote the first state legislature to do so since president donald trump's two thousand sixteen election if democratic governor dan malloy signs the legislation into law as expected connecticut will be the twelfth jurisdiction to enter the national popular vote interstate compact others that joined the pact include new jersey and new york and connecticut would be the first state the first state to sign on since two thousand fourteen when new york joint thousands of cyclists are making their way through new york city today it is the forty first annual five borough bike tour the city is reminding drivers that major roads like sixth avenue and the b q e r close today on a rolling schedule during the ride the closures should last until about six pm sixty three degrees now will just inch up to a high of around sixty five this afternoon show showers likely today tonight mostly cloudy with a fifty percent chance for some overnight showers were dropping down to a low of fifty four degrees it's ten oh six this is wnyc support for npr comes from the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of joan kroc whose bequest serves as an enduring investment in the future of public radio the.

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"honduran government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Jobs in the regions cargo moving industries you'll carson reporting and you're listening to npr news and this is wnyc in new york i'm david i the honduran government is expressing regret over a us move to end temporary protected status for tens of thousands of the central american nation citizens living in the united states the foreign relations ministry says in a statement that it is a matter for washington to decide but adds that quote we deeply lamented it says returnees will be welcomed with open arms and promises to help facilitate their reintegration into honduran society approximately eighty three hundred honduran immigrants in new york and new jersey have tps connecticut's general assembly voted yesterday to join a group of states that want to pool their electoral college votes for the presidential candidate who wins the popular vote the first state legislature to do so since president donald trump's 2016 election if a democratic governor dan malloy signs the legislation into law as expected connecticut will be the twelfth jurisdiction to answer the national popular vote interstate compact others that joined the pact include new jersey and new york connecticut would be the first state to sign on since twenty fourteen when new york joint a reminder that new york city streets will be packed with thousands of cyclists today you may have seen them already out there for the forty first annual five boro bike tour the city is reminding drivers of the four wheel type vehicles that major roads like sixth avenue and the b q e will be closed on a rolling schedule during the ride and the closures should last until about six pm this evening sixty three degrees right now we're looking at a pretty steady temperature today high around sixty five this afternoon cloudy skies with showers likely this afternoon it's eight oh six support for npr comes from the wallace foundation fostering improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone ideas at wallace foundation dot org.

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"honduran government" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"You know different articles report i think contradictory parts of the caravan might be stayed in mexico but why are they even banding together and coming from other countries and drudge in through mexico with the help of the mexican government have you and if they're not going to plan on coming into the united states they wanna make a point here against president trump and they have the backing of all the democrats most of the gop of course a leadership bill mexican government and now looks like honduran government is following the lead of mexico but i put all this on the shoulders of congress for not doing something and protecting our families and when they know good and well and have know for years what an open border brings to our country today with the supreme court ruling on this guy from the philippines they're trying to make this sound like this is some huge defeat for president trump this is a guy who came every was thirteen he came legally and all this is is defining what you can be deported over whether you're legal or illegal illegal you can be deported overprint leading this guy come here legally and he burglarized a home and they're trying to figure out whether under immigration law says if you've committed a violent crime and his lawyers say well that's not a violent crime i don't see that as that big of a deal i mean this is not a widespread thing there aren't many deportation cases or are there that hinge on that little nuance about whether they committed a violent or non violent crime aren't they i don't think they're that many i feel however i think that we have to be careful on you know who we are defending and i'm not i haven't dived into the the all the legal language and definitions.

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"honduran government" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Folks in california don't seem to have a problem with him or that in in you know at large i mean i'm sure there are folks like you who do but a lot of folks who don't well now there are millions of americans who voted californians who voted for donald trump now and i absolutely know many there who are challenging this governor and his liberal ways and actually they're they're going to the border to approach the caravan you know so that's still going on and you know that that that's a message to governor governor brown if you're and the federal government have you feel if you're not going to defend our borders and keep our family safe than the american people will take care of themselves you know different articles report i think contradictory parts of the caravan might be stayed in mexico but why are they even banding together and coming from other countries and drudge through mexico with the help of the mexican government have you and if they're not going to plan on coming into the united states they wanna make a point here against president trump and they have the backing of all the democrats most other gop of course a leadership bill mexican government and now looks like honduran government is following the lead of mexico but i put all this on the shoulders of congress for not doing something and protecting our families and when they know good and well and have know for years what an open border brings to our country today with the supreme court ruling on this guy from the philippines they're trying to make this sound like this is some huge defeat for president trump this is a guy who came every was thirteen king legally and all this is is defining what you can be deported over whether you're legal or illegal now illegal you can be deported over leaning anything this guy come here legally and he burglarized a home and they're trying to figure out whether under immigration law says if you've committed a violent crime and his lawyers who say well that's not a violent crime i don't see that as that big of a deal i mean this is not a.

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"honduran government" Discussed on X96

X96

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on X96

"And coming to the united states more than a thousand people are walking the majority are from the honduras's they have been traveling for about a week now both buzzfeed news ido for florez documenting the group's trip he reported that approximately one third of those immigrants plan to stay in mexico twothirds intend to enter the united states they're going across the border us mexico border either illegally probably illegally and they're going to try to seek asylum from the honduran government upon their arrival fox news and friends ran a segment on the caravan and president trump amenable immediately tweeted about it of course caravans coming and then he he said they were coming here because they want to take advantage of dhaka they're coming he said they're coming here to to take advantage of dhaka and he said they're all democrats really that's what people say they're democratic voters in their heading to the united states there are a little bit darker and a little bit younger kerry there are people who are now.

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"honduran government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is npr news no woo live from npr news in washington on luiz schiavone senate leaders today work on a short term catchall spending bill in an effort to avoid a second partial government shutdown the house has passed its own version of his spending measure but is standing by for consideration of the senate bill npr susan davis has more majority leader mitch mcconnell and minority leader chuck schumer see their close to a longer term spending deal for this fiscal year the deal would bump up spending for the pentagon and domestic programs and include overdue disaster relief money for ongoing hurricane recovery work senate leaders are also considering including an increase to the nation's debtlimit standoff has led house democrats to cancel their scheduled out of town legislative retreat social media has been an instrument of political action in honduras but maria martin tells us official chain jews are underway in that country to change communication law if approved the honduran government monitor and censor platform slick twitter facebook and what's up which honduras have used extensively to organize protests against the controversial election of president one orlando of non this the communication law reform would also increase the number of government control broadcast channels opponents say it violates internet freedom of expression wall street dow futures have been offered a triple digits throughout the morning now down by that one hundred arm luiz schiavone npr news washington dan i'm jeremy hobbs in tim robbins has a new show on hbo it's called here now what's it announced well it's about a family in oregon but it's also about what it is to be in america array of two but it is to be a multicultural family and trump american tim robbins on life on and off the screen that's next time on here now you're a now comes your way this morning at eleven on kqed public radio at four fortyfour it's kqed traffic with ted anthony crane histone deacetylases as he travel and walnut creek southbound succeeding your olympic boulevard it's.

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"honduran government" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Not being able to have free and fair elections could you talk about what kind of appetite there is among the republicans in congress are to join with some of the democrats to take a closer look at what's happening in honduras well the progressive caucasus really taken the lead on this and has been very outspoken on and we are concerned about the fact that this administration has been such a friend of honduras than his been so welcoming to honduras and they hernandez government we do need some republican support and republican interest in all those kind of short band with right here right in in the congress right now not so much focusing on these critical issues of democracy and our uh this central american neighbors so we're going to be working on that but in the meantime we're really trying to raise this issue up so people understand that people are being we're being murdered in in honduras not just over the election but beant journalists be a human rights defender via labor union activist and your life is in danger in honduras under this administration and it is true that even in two thousand nine for about five minutes the united states said that a coup had taken place an illegal co and it didn't take long van for that to be turned around and honduras once again to be a an ally of the united states narcotrafficking cetera and yet we have this very very corrupt anti democratic president right now and a chance perhaps now with the police taking a different stance to help restore true democracy in honduras congress member schakowsky reuters is reporting the state department as certified the honduran government has been fighting corruption and.

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"honduran government" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"honduran government" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"On the wall your river saying it threatened to contaminate her communities water supply now a team of five international lawyers have found evidence that the plot to kill cassidy's went up to the top of the honduran energy company behind the damn that said i us and are headed close known as desa the lawyers were selected by custody assists daughter burt cheetah's in asia and are independent of the honduran governments ongoing official investigation they examined some forty thousand pages of text messages and say the conversations are proof that the orders to threaten coping and disrupt its protest came from desa executives investigation also revealed to exercise control over security forces in the area issuing directives paying for police units room board and equipment and their new report the lawyers write quote the existing proof is conclusive regarding the participation of numerous state agents high ranking executives and employees of desa in the planning execution and cover up of the assassination for more we go to mexico city where we're joined by elizabeth malkin she's a reporter for the new year times has read the new report and details its findings in her article who ordered killing of honduran activists evidence of broad plot is found elizabeth malkin welcome to democracy now talk about who did this report and what this broad plot is well first of all thanks very much for having me the report was compiled by five international lawyers from the united states from colombia from guatemala who reviewed evidence that was given to the family but the confidence by the um honduran public ministry uh and uh really combed through these test text messages the text messages were found on phones confiscated seized by the honduran government as part of their investigation and uh basically the three phones one seized from the desa headquarters and two from suspects these aspects are a um and environmental manager for desa and a former if i security security chief for desa who had worked for the company until 2015 and what these messages show is that the company executives and those are not named in the report because they've not been indicted were in close contact with these two suspects in during the months leading up to the murder in march of two thousand sixteen and in the.

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