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"honduras salvadorian" Discussed on Brief History Podcast

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08:40 min | 1 year ago

"honduras salvadorian" Discussed on Brief History Podcast

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We can on the fourteen July sixty nine when a salvador military launch an attack against jurists. You're the Organization of American States negotiated a ceasefire the night of eighteen for July hence the hundreds of our war which took full effect on the twentieth of July lie. Salvadorian troops were joining early August. Well then the nickname football war implies that conflict was due to a football match. The causes the welcome deeper. The riots were issues over land reform in Honduras. An immigration demographic problems in our Salvador do on jurist is more than five times the size of neighboring of Salvador in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine the population salvador three point seven million with some. I'm forty percent higher than our Honduras. Two point six million. At the beginning of the Twentieth Century Twentieth Century Salvadorians Have Begun Migrate Into Honduras aureus in large numbers by nineteen. sixty-nine more than three hundred thousand Salvadorians we're living in Honduras. These Dorian made up twenty percent. The president trump population of Honduras in Honduras is a much of Central America. A large majority landlord was owned by large landowners us or big corporations. The United Fruit company attempts making it hard for the average Landau disc complete in one thousand nine hundred sixty sixty six united fruit bandits gave with many large companies to create laugh federation nationality. I to- CHEESE EGG gender on Thursday horrendous the National Federation of farmers in Livestock Farming Honduras it was anti peasantry as well as anti Salvadorian Dorian. This great put pressure on the hunt during president. General as what has already I know to prevent the property rights of they'll wealthy landover in nineteen sixty two hundred juris successfully enacted a new land reform law fully enforced by nine hundred and sixty fifty seven. This law gave the central government and modes passes much landa occupied illegally by our so virgins immigrants and redistribute beauty to native born Hondurans as specified by land reform law. The lamb was taken from above immigrant farmers and squatters regardless of that claims to the ownership or immigration status this crepe problem for Salvadorians and Hungarians were married thousands of Salvadorian and laborers were expelled from a jurist including both migrant workers and long-term settlers. This General Roy's intentions ultimately lead to military conflict conflict in June sixty nine on jurists and Salvador El Salvador in a two legged nine thousand nine hundred seventy fee for a World World Cup qualifier. There was fighting between plans at the first game in the Honduran capital of Tejeda wrapper on the June nine hundred and six six nine which Honduras win one nil. The second game on the fifteenth of June six nine in the Salvadorian capital San Salvador. which was what? Three nail by the El Salvador was followed by an even greater violence on the twenty seven for June sixty nine the day. The playoff match took place in Mexico. City Salvador's is off all diplomatic ties with endurance state. In in ten days since the game in El Salvador eleven thousand seven hundred Salvadoreans. It's been forced to flee Honduras it said the as hunters had done nothing to prevent murder oppression rape plundering and the mass expulsion of Salvadorians. There was little point in maintaining relations. It further claimed that the government juris had taken an effective measure to punish those crimes which constitute genocide. I saw it nor is it given assurances in Haitian or rap recreations for the damages caused by the Salvadorans El Salvador. Tall Wooden decided that game. Three two after extra time late in the afternoon a fourteen for July sixty nine the concerted military action began El Salvador was put on a blackout an Salvadorian Air Force using pasture airplanes with explosives. This is trump to their sides as bombers the tax targets inside Honduras Salvadorian air raid tugs included. Tom Kenington International Airport which left the Honduran Air Force able to react quickly. The larger Salvadoran Army large major fences along main roads connecting the two nations nations and invaded juris. The invasion phase were perpetuated by three main contingents. The color of Tinian go theater later the northeast and east to the Tango Theater was based on North side of our salvator including the palm of Santa Ana and Colloton go across the mountain range. Close to the border and Assam Powell River. This was a strategic region. JEETER's rich joyal soil and climate however this was not see any fighting as it was to deploy only in the case of Honduran penetration into into our Salvador northeaster was composed of a small unit of armored vehicles. The large amount of manpower. The East theater was deployed. Deploy Diplomas Union Morazan. This theater is composed of a large mechanized division in armored fighting vehicles. Such which is the.

"honduras salvadorian" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"honduras salvadorian" Discussed on KCRW

"Is unclear if the deputies round struck the suspect or if the wounds were so inflicted. That's Jim Hellman chief of the LA sheriff's department special operations division. He says the suspect was killed after he came out of the house last night and was engaged by swan team. The incident began about six hours earlier when police got a call from a woman about an armed man inside her home. At one point, the man shirtless and holding a gun ran to a second house on the property and threw fireworks from inside authorities use an unmanned vehicle to break a window and toss. What appeared to be gas inside soon? Flames were coming for the house. Authorities say the suspect was homeless, and that he was a relative of people who live in the house. Three major supermarket chains three months of negotiations leaders with grocery workers union say they're still miles apart is KCRW. Eric Roy reports the situation is bringing back memories of the supermarket strike and lockout that grips southern California back in the early two thousands relationships between Ralph's Vons albertson's and their sixty thousand unionized so Cal grocery workers are often acrimonious in two thousand and three a breakdown in contract talks led to a four month strike and lockout that cost the store chains one billion dollars this time the United food and commercial workers say the supermarkets while to lower pay for cashiers cut the top pay for store clerks and make fewer payments to the unions healthcare fund, no movement was rewarded after two days of federally mediated talks this week and the president of the Union's Orange County local tells the OC registered that if there's no progress after two meetings next week, the union will have to move the conflict to another level as spokesperson for Ralph says the company. Negotiating in good faith. Lulla brea tar pits about to get a makeover. But what exact changes will be depends on who wins the design competition. KCRW Kaley wells explains. It's not the pits themselves that will change but everything around it the natural history museums of LA county announced Thursday. It wants to update the excavation museum, and the surrounding landscape on the twelve acre campus in Hancock park, the three architecture firms vying to add the pits to their resumes are responsible for world. Heritage sites Seattle's Olympic sculpture park and the Brody museum in downtown LA. No word yet on what that could mean for the giant fake mammoths stuck in the tar. But the park says it's told the designers that's an iconic feature. The designers will present their visions of the new park in August. And then the winner will be announced later this year for KCRW. I'm Kaley wells. Support for NPR comes from Procter and gamble maker of Metamucil Metamucil premium blend contains plant based Cillian fiber is made with. Natural flavors and colors and sweeten with stevia leaf extract. Learn more Metamucil dot com double trouble for the four oh five right now starting out in north hill, south four or five before Nord off a three car wreck over to the right side, north four zero five Crenshaw. It's a conked out SUV. Meanwhile in Pasadena westbound to ten at Pharaoh's a collision reported there. It's eight oh, seven this is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Noel king. Good morning late yesterday. Mexico's foreign minister said Mexico will send six thousand of its national guard troops to the Mexico. Guatemala, border Mexico, said these troops will cut the number of central Americans trying to make their way to the US border, this all appears to be an effort to appease, the Trump administration. But for now the US is sticking by a promise to impose tariffs on Mexico starting Monday morning as he's talks wrapped up last night. Vice President Mike Pence had this to say Mexico must do significantly more to to to. End this crisis of illegal immigration at our border. We called on them to take even more steps more decisive action who are. Hey Castenada is on the line with me now from Mexico City, he was Mexico's foreign minister from two thousand to two thousand three and he's now professor at New York University. Good morning, sir. Good morning. So by your Rita this, why has Mexico agreed to deploy six thousand national guard troops to its border with with Guatemala? Basically as a result of American pressure vicious. The consequence of treasurer from threats to depose the five percent tariff on Mexican imports to the United States as of this Monday with a five percent increase every month until reaching twenty five percent. These are very tough measures taken against Mexico and the Mexican government to president. Decided that it is not in any shape, any condition to be able to resist that pressure, basically as yourself to form of appeasement, whether this will work or not is a different story, whether it's sufficient is a different story. But that's the reason I'd like to ask you about that. Our reporter Carrie Kahn, is based in Mexico. She's been covering this story. She told us this morning that the Mexican national guard is relatively new relatively small and already has a lot of work to do inside of Mexico on other issues. Do you think these trips will actually make a difference? No, I don't, especially not in the short term because the Mexican national guard, in fact, doesn't really exist yet. It's just the army with a different uniform armbands of a different color. It doesn't really exist. It hasn't really been set up yet. The law was just passed a couple of months or two ago. So this is a new institution made up of all. Military old for federal police old navy. They're barely being trained. They're not ready to go into action yet. And in addition to that, they are they will be removed from other places. This actually occurred in two thousand fourteen when we had a crisis on unaccompanied minors and President Obama at the time as president and yet to send troops to the far southern border, which he did. And with time the number of children reaching the United States border, diminished dramatically. Violence in Mexico increased also dramatically because he was taking troops away from other parts of the country, where they were needed to fight drug cartels, organized crime. It cetera. I'm a bit scared that the same thing will happen on this occasion. Let's talk about the implications. That's interesting. The Trump administration has been pushing for Mexico to sign a quote safe third country agreement. Now that would mean non Mexican migrants would be considered safe in Mexico, and therefore they couldn't apply for asylum in the United States. What are the implications of that would Mexico be a safe place for these people? It certainly is not a safe place for Mexican. So I would be safe place for of rep for the moment, the safe third country agreement that's been talked about in the press today would apply only to water Mollins. Whereas water Malla would apply the same principle to Honduras at twelve Salvador, which is kind of, of paradoxical seen is how to call, what of faith country for Honduras Salvadorians is really kind of tragic. It's one of the most violent countries in the world right now. That's not war. And as far as Mexico's concerned, we're going through some of the worst levels of violence. We have seen in recent Mexican history with twenty five or thirty years, so to consider Mexico, a safe country for anybody let alone foreigners who do not have money who do not have protection who do not have homes who did not have any kind of wealth is. Really? It's all it's, it's not a joke because it's too sad to call it that, unfortunately, it seems that Mexico is going to accept the safe third country agreement case for watermelons. None of this would be a real tragedy for the country. Mexico's president in a tough spot here. He's holding a rally this weekend to quote, defend the dignity of Mexico, unquote. Do you think he's been effective in dealing with the United States and the pressure coming from here? Well, she has done, what he could, which is not pick any fight with President Trump over in point at an cost you decided just after he was elected last, July almost a year now go that was not going to pick a fight with anybody especially not live Donald Trump because he wanted to concentrate on his domestic agenda. Now, it turns out, of course, that some of these issues, which he thought with foreign policy issues are domestic issues, and he, they, he may not pick a fight with Donald Trump. Donald Trump is picking fights with him constantly. And so now in find ourselves in the situation, we're Mexico subject to this enormous pressure has to do things that it should not do, but really doesn't have much choice who are. Hey, Castenada is a former foreign minister of Mexico, sir. Thanks so much for joining us..

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"honduras salvadorian" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"honduras salvadorian" Discussed on KCRW

"Has been a busy morning. Traffic wise. At the north end of the San Fernando Valley latest troublespot is coming in some are southbound five at Iraq's verd- a wreck over to the right side there. Meanwhile, if you're trying to make your way through downtown LA north one zero one before Alameda getting reports of a crash, not clear of any lanes are blocked, east LA west. Tenants Soto car with a blown out tire on the offramp there. It's six oh seven. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm no L king. Good morning late yesterday. Mexico's foreign minister said Mexico will send six thousand of its national guard troops to the Mexico. Guatemala, border Mexico, said these troops will cut the number of central Americans trying to make their way to the US border, this all appears to be an effort to appease, the Trump administration. But for now the US is sticking by a promise to impose tariffs on Mexico starting Monday morning as he's talks wrapped up last night. Vice President Mike Pence had this to say Mexico must do significantly more to to to end this crisis of illegal immigration at our border. We called on them to take even more steps more decisive action who Castenada is on the line with me now from Mexico City, he was Mexico's foreign minister from two thousand to two thousand three and he's now professor at New York University. Good morning, sir. Good morning though. So by your read of this, why has Mexico agreed to deploy six thousand national guard troops to its border with, with quantum Allah, well, basically as a result of American pressure. This is. Consequence of because from threats to pose the five percent tariff on Mexican imports to the United States as of this one day with a five percent increase every month until reaching twenty five percent. These are very tough measures taken against Mexico and the Mexican government to president, I to be cited that it is not in any shape, any condition to be able to resist that pressure basically as yourself polluted. It's a form of appeasement, whether this will work or not is a different story. Whether it's officiant is a different story, but that's the reason I'd like to ask you about that. Our reporter Carrie Kahn, is based in Mexico. She's been covering this story. She told us this morning that the Mexican national guard is relatively new relatively small and already has a lot of work to do inside of Mexico on other issues. Do you think these trips will actually make a difference? No, I don't that all especially not in the short term because the Mexican national guard, in fact, doesn't really exist yet. It's just the army with a different uniform armbands of a different color. It doesn't really exist. It hasn't really been set up yet. The law was just passed a couple of months or two ago. So this is a new institution made up of old military old for federal police old navy. They're barely being trained. They're not ready to go into action yet. And addition to that they are they will be removed from other places. This actually. Occurred in two thousand fourteen when we had a crisis of unaccompanied minors and President Obama at the time as president thing, and yet to send troops to the far southern border, which he did. And with time the number of children reaching the United States border diminish dramatically, but violence in Mexico increased also dramatically because he was taking troops away from other parts of the country, where they were needed to fight drug cartels, or denies cry at cetera. I'm scared that the same thing will happen on this occasion. Let's talk about the implications. That's interesting. The Trump administration has been pushing for Mexico to sign a quote safe third country agreement. Now that would mean non Mexican migrants would be considered safe in Mexico, and therefore they couldn't apply for asylum in the United States. What are the implications of that would Mexico be a safe place for these people? People certainly is not a safe place for Mexican. So I it would be a safe place for tomorrow's of for the moment, the safe third country agreement. That's been talked about in the press today would apply. Only water Marlins whereas water Malla would apply the same principle to Honduras at twelve Salvador, which is kind of, of paradoxical seniors how to call. What Ahmadullah of safe country for Honduras Salvadorians is really kind of tragic. It's one of the most violent countries in the world right now. That's not war. And as far as Mexico's concerned, we're going through some of the worst levels of violence. We have seen in recent Mexican history with us twenty five or thirty years, so to consider Mexico, a safe country for anybody let alone foreigners who do not have money who do not have protection who do not have homes who do not have any kind of wealth is. Really, it's all it's not a joke because it's too sad to call it that, unfortunately, it seems that Mexico is going to accept the safe third country agreement for watermelons. None of this would be a real tragedy for the country. Mexico's president in a tough spot here. He's holding a rally this weekend to quote, defend the dignity of Mexico, unquote. Do you think he's been effective in dealing with the United States and the pressure coming from here? Well, she has done what he put, which is basically not pick any fight with President Trump over in point at in cost you decided just after he was elected last July almost a year. Now go that was not going to pick a fight with anybody especially not live Donald Trump because he wanted to concentrate on his domestic agenda. Now, it turns out, of course, that some of these issues, which he thought were foreign policy issues are domestic issues, and he, they, he may not pick a fight with Donald Trump. Donald Trump is picking fights with him, constantly as a now in find ourselves in the situation, we're Mexico subject to this enormous pressure has to do things that it should not do, but really doesn't have much choice who are. Hey, Castenada is a former foreign minister of Mexico, sir. Thanks so much for joining us..

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