35 Burst results for "Paraguay"
"paraguay" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"How does Paraguay relate to any of this? Do they? Well. Paraguay has its own part of the business population, right? And they have. Their part of mercosur. Okay..
"paraguay" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"paraguay" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"How any national body of statistics carries out their household surveys. And that was the biggest criticism that yes, they carried out the surveys, but the survey questions were poorly conducted. They didn't survey a broad enough population. And that the survey population that they did serve. They did not administer the survey in a way that the actual pairwise believed that they should have been conducted. So there was a true lack of confidence. And that's the best way I could say at a true lack of confidence on how the survey was conducted because they certainly felt that more than 2% of the population is of come by the scent, but again, it goes back to whether or not an individual number one knows that they have African ancestry or two is willingly able and ready to suggest to a survey that they do, they do have come by. They spent or they do have African descent. So that's where the in my article that I had suggested that this is an issue and perhaps because this was conducted in 2006 and 2007. We're in 2021 now. Perhaps that's another at the time to conduct another survey. But evaluate what was some of the issues that they had previously at that time to see if they can come with the more the number that has a bit more credibility in the eyes of the actual pair wine community. It's astonishing that even when there's an effort being made to count this community and to give a percentage, it still can be done properly in 2021. And it's also astounding that, you know, we have the running issue here of national recognition, because anyone who's listened to our Black Lives Matter in Latin America series last year, that was sort of the running theme national recognition. Even in a country like Colombia, for example, which has a huge Afro descendant community population wise, even though they have large organizations and have to some degree of voice in the national landscape, they still have trouble with national recognition. Even in a country like Mexico, for example, which is estimated to have a million people of African descent, you wouldn't know that by looking at Mexican media, whether it be in the news or entertainment or what have you. And it goes to what many Afro descendant guests have told me last year was the importance of oral traditions and passing oral traditions where be music or dance or just history and it seems like that's precisely the case in Paraguay, how that looks in Paraguay is what I want to ask you here because how does the importance of all traditions along with music help fill the void that slacking or left behind because of a lack of national recognition? Absolutely. It's extremely important. And today that that is certainly thanks to these oral traditions, as we speak of numerous Latin America countries, but in particular, they have been in communities and far away. It allows them to just clean their roots and their belonging. And these oral traditions often the ones that provide the education that the formal educational system doesn't. And the public education of history culture and tradition, they wouldn't receive it anywhere else. So many of the times that is these comeback who and Apple parole having from what I understood was they could be meeting, either biweekly, monthly, but quite frequently, they are sharing these oral traditions and trying to at least start from the youth as well. And be able to communicate what they have provided within their own community, but also in Paraguay as well. So it's extremely important. And I think that topics of oral traditions not only in part of why they extend outside as you mentioned before, not only from part of why but other areas in Latin America. But yes, extremely important, particularly in photo white. Thank you for saying that. This is precisely why we want you on the show here. This is precisely why we do these type of shows on the Latino media collective because otherwise it would just be lost as it has been already in Paraguay to a large degree, even though the gg made an effort, it just goes to show you that in the case of Paraguay, grassroots efforts by the community itself is so important, and you also mention this towards the end of your article sort of the importance of younger black activists in Paraguay, leading this effort to keep traditions live, get national recognition and maybe to some degree, put a number to this community, correct? Correct. And I also want to add that if we're talking about the recognition process for though, if we were to put ourselves with and someone else's shoes that might have and this was also suggested by the community there, where they might have people say in inkling or they might have a hunch that they do have African ancestry, these oral traditions are important because these communities, they do have these member meetings or these chat loss. And I think providing a safe space for someone to inquire for someone to better understand what the community is about is equally as equally important. And I do believe that is one of the strength of these oral traditions in these communities that emphasize that. So that's also one thing that I do believe is important to note because state spaces are also extremely important in the context of far away. It is important because as we mentioned come back previously, anyone who googles Afro paraguayans, that's the first thing that comes up, but at the same time, we don't want that to be a dead end. And so it's a shame that we can't have any more Afro paraguayan voices or stories circulated out there. We're trying to do our part by doing this program today, but there should be more. It definitely needs to be more, especially when we mention sort of the bizarre history earlier in a show and how unique it is and how Paraguay doesn't play by the rules as it pertains to race. In this issue. So I guess this may be anecdotal but I think it's worth matching as an example of younger black activists leading grassroots efforts. Can you tell us about when the people that you spoke with, I believe.
"paraguay" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"By bio supremo. Yeah, we'll get to come back gu in a second, but I just want to say that when I read this part of your article, it made me realize that oh, you know what, when it comes to the slave trade in Latin America, Paraguay is almost nonexistent in the narrative or in the discussion, neighboring Brazil has a huge and dark history when it comes to the slave trade as does Uruguay and Argentina to various degrees, but Paraguay is almost nonexistent, so I don't know how much you could elaborate a little bit more on this because there were some asylum laws in effect during this period, where is this something to the benefit of Afro descendants or was this something that was just exclusive to Jose Artigas in the Banda oriental? No, actually this was it wasn't exclusive or degas. And I had mentioned that I didn't find this relative to other areas in Latin America. Part of why consist of a small amount of sources. But he allowed his borders to be open to those who decided to flee. Many of the former slaves left from Brazil to go to faraway. And there was documentation within hoyt Williams and another dissertation that I had reviewed and analyzed that there were historical accounts of slaves running to and once they were out of the border of federal, they were granted as essentially asylum while those who were plantation owners and those who were trying to catch slaves, they would end they would approach by Hawaii provide documentation that these are my slaves that I need to find. It was they were essentially a supreme instructed his government in his forces around the frontier to reject those claims and that this is an independent nation, or this dependent area of Paraguay, and they are not allowed to enter and that the slaves would be provided liberty and freedom. So it was art thetas was not the only instance. There were other instances of just being a refuge relative to other areas like your Argentina as your brazils, et cetera. So it's quite an interesting story and it was also fascinating that I was unable to discover a lot more resources and just sources in general, despite how different it is relative to the rest of the Americans. Because you would naturally think that there was such a phenomenon that there would be written about more. But the documentation is rather scarce, but that was at least some of the sources that I did find that I found that it was not solely limited to therapy and the band Arian done. Not only that, but I would definitely love to learn more because based on what you just said, one would assume that if this were the case as it pertains to the asylum laws, that there would be a much more sizable effort descendant community in Paraguay than what we know right now. So that's another hit scratcher in an example of how Paraguay plays by its own rules here. Now let's get to the story of Gamba kuwa if we could, because if anyone ever Google's Afro paraguayans, this is one of the first things that comes up come back, the community I've come to Google. So I wonder if you could tell us about this community because it's so central to anyone who even tries to do some sort of research with regards to this community in Paraguay. Correct. And that was one of the most fascinating things that I was able to discuss when I was when I was there was just, you know, explain in my research, it was explained to me what come back is for those actual pair wines. I lived there. And the unanimous discussion points were just samba refers to the Afro pair of wine community and that they trace their ancestry back to Kenya. So we talk about the slave trade. That's where they traced their ancestry back to. And much of them as they arrived in Paris were they're all over by the way, but truly come back hua, come back up and Auguste in them was guided as far as leave it. And these, I guess you say, these towns, you know, at some point, they then go for a bit of a city. Truly play a key part to their identity and some of their graft roots movements as a way to not only continue their legacies and end part of why but also just ensure that their path and their successes and accomplishments are also discussed within their community. So. They are as I mentioned before, they do have their annual festival. They're actually planning it at the moment because it's right around the corner since we were already in December. And they play a key and integral part in the festival every single year. Fascinating and we hope to learn more about this in the future since you said the festivals coming up in January. We're speaking with Valencia Wilson, she recently wrote a blog for Latin American perspectives entitled Afro dis and dentists in Paraguay, the 209 year struggle for recognition. This is the Latino media collective here on the VP of W 89.3 FM Washington. We're going to take a quick break right here back with more than a minute, stay tuned. Come on your arm and turn your glass. 14 and I was a compliment now more I have evil for you. Let me set.
"paraguay" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"In Paraguay as they probably would be in other countries, correct? Absolutely. Absolutely. And that's what I found so fascinating about part of why. You know, as you mentioned, it's its own arena. It's its own realm. And we taught when we talk about superimposed and doctors take us part differently. Is that he was essentially, if we look back in 1800s, he was a spokesman for the separatist or nationalist movement in Paraguay. But he also understood at that time that he needed to appeal to a variety of people. So he tried to cultivate a certain mestizo culture, and as we know, there must be so the European and the indigenous, but he ultimately wanted to reject that European identity. So that initially is what strikes people as and myself as well as, okay, this is a very interesting topic, but to create in his mind in order to create this and I use this in my article of genetic revolution. He started to downplay the use of Spanish and instead uplifting what I need, which is the language that the water needs to speak in Paraguay. And the most controversial or depending on how you look at it controversial or revolutionary was that if we're looking at race and the marriage law keys, he enacted, she simply put a decree and said, if you are a Spaniard, you can only legally marry a woman that is legally classified as indigenous, mulatta or nega. And because he went so far in these decrees and it was in 1860 that he, that he decided that these decrees would help construct a power win society that diminishes your European identity. He actually carries out some of those has decreased by imprisoning priests who in his mind had the audacity to marry European together. And he tried to, the way we could phrase it, if he tried to Brown in the population as opposed to whitening the population, right? And most of our discussion outside of Paraguay is about whitening the population. The marriage laws that are much different from what you see in ROI. But his was quite it was actually inverted. And this happened for 26 years. Now granted 26 years is not a long time, but it's significant enough. And distinct enough that one could look at this and say, well, they clearly he was trying to propose a genetic revolution. And the term that I use in the article itself. And he succeeded in that and for 26 years. So his marriage laws were quite somewhat extraordinary, but also strange. And that time, if we look at the historical context of the Americas. Okay, yes. Strange is the best way to describe it. I mean, there's no other way around it because history will show us that there are places like the Dominican Republic and El Salvador that ban interracial marriage Paraguay is an example of banning same race marriage and even now, as you explain it, it's still I don't know how to take it. I don't know how to approach it, it's such a bizarre thing that we don't see at that very often. And at the same time though, I think this probably lends itself as to why there's very little documentation of the effort descendant community in Paraguay, but there are sort of bits and pieces of history that are as we just mentioned sort of strange. And I guess another example we could point to is the case of or perhaps you could tell us who was Jose Artigas and the Banda oriental during this period. This strange period in paraguayan history. Absolutely. And yes, I have not found in other words that it's strange for those laws. And to discuss a bit about what they are Thea that if we look back historically and I won't go into too far in the history, but essentially if you think of ortigas, he's the father of your one independent. And if we're talking about ortigas, artillery has had his fund the audience darling, at that time, the banner didn't was a massive piece of land. It was initially the name of the South American territory. He's like, east of the auto Lion river, but north of the Rio de la Plata and then it also essentially what we now consider as Uruguay. That's quite simple. There are some parts of it and he will run to do so and Brazil, which is now Brazil and other parts of Santa catarina. But essentially, Jose Artigas plays a very interesting part. And I referenced him in my article because he had essentially army. We can call them rubble. Just simply a rebel of which 200 of them and his men and now we could say presumably there are more, but for the sake of the discussion and what little information I could find 200 was the standard number. And those were former slaves. They were throw Latinos and he consistently decided to escape towards part of Y and as a way to evade constant persecution. And this is where the asylum laws came into play. And he decided to continuously cross into Paraguay because that was a safe relative to other areas like Argentina, Brazil. It was a safe area for the slaves to be because it was this was, of course, it also lend itself well to el supremo's idea of having a diminishing the European identity. And booster and anyone else indigenous in a former slave trade, et cetera. So that is how our speed us came in and decided to use better way as a as an asylum state. And it's quite interesting because 200 of those men decided to settle in a community and in part a White House comeback who and of which they are descendant of those descendants of those same black lancers that fled the parallel with artiga. So it's quite an interesting story and development of photo Y being an asylum state, but also welcomed.
"paraguay" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"Once again, this is Oscar Fernandez and today on the show we put the spotlight on Paraguay as we examine one of the least known and least documented Afro descendant communities in all of Latin America. And we're joined today by Valencia Wilson, who joins us via Skype from Colombia, welcome to show Valencia Wilson. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me. Absolutely. It's a pleasure to have you with us today. I usually introduce a guest on the show and tell them what they're all about and what articles they've written, but today is quite unique because we are talking again about will the least known Afro descendant communities in all of Latin America. And that's the Afro paraguayan community. And so let me just start off because there's so little known about them. Can you tell us, first of all, you know, a little bit about yourself and sort of what drove you to this particular topic because I think I told you for our correspondence via email. I've been trying to do as shown every paraguayans for years, but I could not find a definitive article, a definitive person to speak to about this. So I'm curious to know, in addition to telling us a little bit about yourself, how did you get the ball rolling on such a difficult subject? Sure. Now, first I can speak a little bit about myself. I grew up outside of the D.C. area in Northern Virginia and thankfully, thankfully from a very young age I was able to travel extensively throughout the hemisphere and recently I finished my master's degree in Latin American studies at Georgetown university down the street. And as you mentioned before, I'm currently in bullet the moment. And the thing was better why, as you mentioned, that there's such a dearth of information, particularly on the Afro parent community. And what started this and drove this article was just a spur of the moment trip actually in 2019. I was already involved with doing a fellowship as part of my grad school program. And I decided to take a trip and meet up with a friend's family and now they're quite like family and better away. And much of our discussions were around why in general, the family had, there's three of them. There's the husband whom I know and he introduced me to his wife who is what I need and they have a small child and our discussion simply revolved around the issues at the what I need and the actual pair of YN face, but then we diverged and we discussed about how you're able to hear about what I need. You go to a website website and it's in two languages that then what I need and it's been banished, but you don't hear anything about the actual paraguayan community, nor their voices. So I think it's fair to say that we hear of Afro Latino and Afro Latina voices throughout the Americas, but actual pair of Y and Z you just hear nothing. And throughout that time, I spent with them. It was trying to understand the community understand if there was literature in the beginning. And if there was literature, how far back how far back data it was, and to see if I could graph the struggles and not only the struggles just the successes. And that's what I was aiming towards doing and the article that I wrote. Particularly for Latin American, such as yourself and myself, and also for those who are outside of, you know, who don't typically focus in Latin America. I wanted to bring awareness to this in a very simple and easy to understand and easy to understand. So that's just a little bit about myself and what drove my initial interest. Absolutely. And I should point out that like I said before, there's very little documentation about this community, but you did write an article for Latin American perspectives entitled Afro dis and dentists, in Paraguay, the 209 year struggle for recognition. And that sort of segues into my next question. And you sort of alluded to this already, by one of you can elaborate on your central argument in this article about Afro paraguayans called fighting an uphill legislative battle for Paraguay to acknowledge that they exist. We've sort of seen this same problem in other parts of Latin America such as Honduras and Nicaragua and other communities that have small but significant Afro descendant communities. So how is it unique or how is it different per se in Paraguay? I think some of the primary issues that I noticed was number one when I was looking at the I guess you could say that the population as a whole. You know, the first thing I noticed was that there was somewhat of a recognition that on the 6th of January there was there was a big festival highlighting Afro paiwan. However, that is more of a social context. But within the laws and statutes within within far away, there is no mentioning of the paraguayans, their contributions, their legacy, how they've contributed to what you see as part of why today. And I started to dig a bit more into if there was a legislative battle. What are they currently trying to introduce to their Congress or their typical dolls? And they're and their Senate. And the centrality of my argument is that despite having this one day saying, we have actual pair of lions that acknowledges their existence for that one day. There are no concrete laws that protect Afro paraguayans. And in largely their racial discrimination, they face stigma general prejudice. So it was a bit of a contrast. And the reason I say it's currently, it is an uphill legislative battle is that they are trying to push a bill and we can talk about that about that a bit later towards just simply acknowledging the fact that they exist and that they should be weaved into the cultural discussion both formally in the sense of education and socially. In addition to that to that January 6th day. And that through that perhaps that it would allow a potential increase in job opportunities and collective thought or rethinking strategies of how you teach your society, but also children about race, race and battle Y and how they've contributed to the overall fabric of far away. So that was just the initial centrality of my argument and to juxtapose what you see, but in reality what concrete and law. And in this case, what is not? And the legal arena. Exactly. What you just mentioned is sort of very consistent with some of the challenges that other Afro descendant communities and various other parts of Latin America have dealt with in one form or another. At the same time, though, we are talking about Paraguay after all, and one thing I've learned over the years in doing almost any program on Paraguay is that this country plays by its own set of rules. And has an example of Paraguay's sort of bizarre history as it pertains to Afro descendants. Can you tell us about el supremo? Jose Francis complicated history as it pertains to race because I know a little bit about el suprema francia Paraguay. And I think to myself in any other country, he would be a clear cut example of a dictator, but yet again Paraguay is playing by its own set of rules here, and he has a very complicated history as it pertains to ray. Things are not as black and white.
Carli Lloyd Scores a Record-Tying 5 Goals in USWNT Match vs. Paraguay
"A bang. US. Forward Carly Lloyd scored five goals in nine Nothing hammering of Paraguay in one of her final matches before retiring from soccer. The 39 year old will play three more international contest before calling time on her USA career. Lloyd's five goals equalled the record for most goals scored in a women's international match for the U. S is
"paraguay" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW
Mayor: Death Toll in Florida Condo Collapse Now 78
"The death toll keeps rising at the site of the collapse of the Miami area condominium building fourteen victims were recovered from the rubble on the sixteenth day of searching at the Champlin tower south condo building in Surfside the magnitude of this tragedy is growing each and every day Miami Dade County mayor Danniella Levin Cobb was among those who spoke at the news conference covered by WPLG this brings the total number of confirmed fatalities to seventy eight no one has been pulled out alive since the first hours after the twelve story building fell on June twenty fourth on Thursday officials in Paraguay said that the body of the sister of that country's First Lady was among those found Miami Dade County fire chief Alan Kaminsky says the pile is shrinking certain areas as low as four two and we're still in certain areas for five I'm Jennifer king
Paraguay First Lady Has Family Members Missing in Condo Collapse
"After more victims were recovered Thursday. Among the missing. Still 76 are members of Paraguay's first lady's family. The relative went to the Rose Hulman Institute of Technology in Terra Haute, Indiana. The hunt to find more suspects accused of
Messi Breaks Argentina's Record for Caps at Copa America Win
"Beat Paraguay one nil. It means for the quarters, Argentina will play Ecuador. Uruguay will face Colombia, Paraguay face Peru and Brazil take on Chile Special mention to Leo Messi, He became Argentina's top, um most capped player 148. Performances for Argentina tennis Next at Wimbledon. It was a rain interrupted first day.
Money Media and Culture
"What has what is the most recent things kind of been on your mind or almost. Cut your i in this. In this crypto stock world so the first is well. The first that i have to mention is the big crypto crash. That is currently happening. That we we bounce back a little bit but the big crypto crash. I haven't luckily. I transferred my bitcoin and my theory them in does coin for that matter to a separate wallet and so don't have immediate access to the balance on my phone. I have with some of the other accounts. So i don't have to cry yet but that's the first thing i mean. Obviously that's frustrating. In the in the beginning. I'm still relatively new to crypto and so that level of volatility dude it's still sickening on some level. I mean the whole world trying to understand what a digital hackett would look like. We have countries like el salvador paraguay. Mexico and almost like six other country is kinda came to the forefront today honestly crypto maybe more success. I mean bitcoin specifically it may be worth more than whichever countries Currencies and it may make sense to have more of international stage is so going to internationally respected coin granted china not and this is all from the research i have. I can post the to the monitor investor. He does come like a news thing of just like maybe twenty articles just constantly telling you what's happening throughout the market but right now in china apparently has his own fully stabilized coin. Oh really. I didn't s and they do not like the idea of bitcoin because it can enter into their system and then thwart or fight. They're worth of their coin.
Germany busts international child porn site used by 400,000
"German prosecutors have announced that they have busted one of the world's largest darknet child **** platforms prosecutors in the German town of Frank Petz said in the statement alongside the federal police the three German suspects believed to be running the platform were arrested along with one Germany's a one of the three main suspects was arrested in Paraguay the platform itself known as boys town had a four hundred thousand registered members the authorities said the platform had been active since at least twenty nineteen paedophiles used it to exchange him what could not be a children and toddlers most of the boys from all over the world I'm Karen Thomas
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"Eileen welcome to the show as a way of getting status tolls about yourself. Thank you hello. Brian great to meet you. Thanks for having me on this show. So i am the founder and ceo packed with purpose. We are a corporate gifting company with a social mission so we provide an alternative to the traditional corporate but all of the products in our gift boxes do good so they create a social impact in how to come up with this idea. Yes so my background has been wonderful. Dance between social impact in business and marketing. So a few stops along the way. I was a peace corps volunteer years ago in paraguay then also worked in social impact advisory work so right. Before i started packed with purpose i was actually consulting to chief sustainability officers in marketing executives. Trying to help them figure out how to invest their corporate social responsibility dollars to both have a business return but also a societal impact so it was a typical cold day in chicago in december and our office was riddled with ubiquitous holiday. Gift and i was just looking around saying there's gotta be a better corporate gift. There's gotta be way for a vendor or a client to say thank you. And that's when. I had the initial idea behind putting together gifts where all products had a really unique story and actually contributed to the greater good in their community. Cool and so. How do you start. Where do you start. Well i i always say you just have to start somewhere and it's definitely not perfect but you have to start and if you start talking out loud and getting people's feedback you can hopefully start taking it down the path of what eventually your target market is going to be interested in so I actually founded the company in two thousand and sixteen. And the way i got it. Initially off the ground was put together a really low fidelity prototype so i- crowd. Sourced logo came up with a name but together that was passable and i had a first birthday party for my daughter and is a parting gift to all of my friends in the adults there i gave them a pack perfect gift and i told them that i'd be following up with them for a five to ten minute market research call to basically elicit their responses into get their thoughts so that was the first version of packed with purpose as we know it. Obviously it's evolved a lot. Since then where do you find the people generating the gifts. Yeah so we affectionately. Call our suppliers purposeful purveyors and our purveyors primarily are based all over the states so their social enterprises or purpose driven companies in l. a. Detroit chicago miami. I can give you a few examples because it really helped bring it to life so that people can and how are gifts created an impact so we were with the wonderful social enterprise. Right outside of washington. Dc that works with women who might have previously been homeless. They might have various various to To employment they could also have been survivors of abuse in their part of this incredible social enterprise at basically teaches than baking and cooking skills through the production of various products that they make like granola cookies which we then source for gifts. And it's a way for them to get their safe certification so that they can find gainful employment actually land on their feet half financial stability when they graduate from the program so we're the recipients of their products that we carried in our gifts or another example. There's a wonderful organization that provides employment to adults with disabilities and they make a whole range of cookies than toffees chocolate covered pretzels. And it's through both the housing program and a personal professional development program to these adults with disabilities and we source those products in our in obviously in are providing them with all of those amazing opportunities through that organization. How do you find your clients. Yeah so you know. One dominated do the work that i've been doing. I was exposed to a lot of social enterprises through my particular job and it's really a tight ecosystem so we started working with some organizations. Let's say in detroit. They would ask us. We'll have you heard of these other ones or when we worked with an organization that may be served a particular population whether it was youth or women or individuals that were previously homeless. You know there's a tight ecosystem where they wanna help each other. So i would say if i. It was a lot of referrals Also then his evolved towards a lot of the research that we do in that were looking for you know certain types of organizations where they have to have truly a high level of impact. They have to have high quality products. Whether it's something that you're consuming or it's highly functional like a journal or tumbler. it's gotta look good
Protests Erupt Over Paraguay’s Handling of COVID-19
"Clashes between police and protesters in the capital as soon theon on Friday. I wanna go well. President Mario Abdo is now our school ministers to stand down. He says he would appoint a new Cabinet to deal with the demands of protesters who are angry at the government's handling of the Corona virus pandemic. Fiona Aquino is a report of the ABC TV channel in Paraguay. She described the scene in the capital last night. We can't say yesterday was a total disaster here Innocence soon because everyone is fed up with the government's corruption. That's why 4000 people were out in the streets protesting everything WASP very peacefully at first. But then we have like some incidents. We even have hot, someone who died in the protests yesterday. Now the protesters are angry over the government's handling off the corona virus pandemic. What are they worried about? In particular, people are out protesting because we don't have medicines like attract audio and meanness alarm in the hospitals. And people have to spend like two million won years or four million war nears that are like $600 per day to be able to buy this medicines. We don't have diverse sins here in para white. We are like six million people, and we got 4000 for since last month. Right now, The hospitals are collapsing. We have like 1000 in 200 cases per day. And like 300, people are in the intensive care unit. We came get any more people sick because we can And give them that attention they need. Why hasn't Parag wide got enough vaccines, the government said. At first we got like an agreement with the callbacks facility. We were supposed to receive four million vaccines for two million people. Because the calf like two shots, we were waiting for those persons, but we never got them. We are still waiting for the Provokes facility to give us those vaccines. Then we are actually waiting for the Russians were scenes to the government did not made all the deals. To buy those vaccines for the Para William people. That's the main problem. I see that there are accusations that the government has been stealing millions of dollars that could have been used to deal with the Corona virus pandemic. Could you tell me more about that? We got $500 million for the health Ministry. We don't have the medicines when it in the hospitals, So we even know that some people from poor families had to buy. Medicines that were or generally from the health Ministry. But if you go to the drugstore you can buy that attack Korea or bad mean a solemn that wasps from the health Ministry. So that's why people are talking about corruption. We even talked to some families day show US photos off the medicines. And it has imprinted in them. This is from the Health Ministry, and you cannot sell this, but people were buying those medicines. The president says that he's going to appoint a new Cabinet to deal with the demands off the Protesters. Is that going to keep people off the streets? Do you think I don't think so. Actually, people are right now. Going to the downtown wasn't young once again because people are fed up. Everyone wants the president and the vice president to go and this is not going at all. To apply Kate these protests in any way. I was feeling Aquino a report over the ABC TV channel in Paraguay.
Germany finds huge cocaine shipment; Dutch discover 2nd one
"Customs authorities in Germany and Belgium of sees the record haul more than 23 tons of cocaine into raids this month in the German city of Hamburg. More than 16 tons of cocaine was concealed in tins of wall filler, which had entered Europe on a container ship from Paraguay. The rest was discovered in the Belgian port of Antwerp, hidden in a container filled with wood blocks from Panama. It follows one of the largest ever heroin seizures in Europe. Officials at the port of Rotterdam impounded more than 1.5 tons of the class a drug detected in a batch of Himalayan sea salt the BBC's Anna
North Georgia man arrested, accused of kidnapping woman at gunpoint
"Kidnapped at gunpoint from her whole county home Wednesday was able to escape and call for help. Eric Booth with the whole county Sheriff's office says it was around 1 20 in the afternoon when Whole County deputies arrived at the home on Highland Terrace, just off Atlanta Highway had arrived home that they defined the suspect. 33 year old voices David Peguero in her driveway and the victim and Quiero were previously in a relationship. He says Paraguay row forced the woman into his current gunpoint, drove her around for a time and then ended up back. Residents where she was able to escape and call for help. Investigators found that Peguero lived in Barrow County, so authorities there were able to track him down and arrest him. He's been charged with aggravated assault and kidnapping.
Your Career Future in an AI Digital Tech World Somi Arian Career Fear - burst 11
"How do we. How do we reach those people to get them to understand whether you're the deniers or whether you're the the as yukon the career fair people what do we what do we need to do to bring them in. And maybe maybe we need to understand. Help them understand why they feel that way and what we can do to help them change their change their thought process. Okay so Step one stop watching netflix. I i was not ready for that. So i was not why. Why do we need to stop watching that flexible. That's great because they are wasting their time. You know it's like the world is going into direction where there's going to be ten percent of people doing all the work ninety ninety percent of people not having much to do the way that are going if it continues the way that is going because the age of middle classes is over. Yeah people are Madrid people in the west. I feel like they have especially you know. Our generation millennials Dave not seen difficulty if not seen adversity yet. This is like this generation After world war two the baby boomers agassi. They created the The middle class. Has you know everything was going upwards in everything was going better. You could get a job after five years. You could knew that you'd be able to have enough money for deposit of a house and then you would be able to get mortgage you know how to family. That's not going to be the case for our generation because the nature of technology is deflationary. Because i as technology moving forward more and more people are job because we're not going to need that many people who don't have unique amazing skills so what we need the cut this book although yes it tells you how to Have a better career in the future. But the truth is the steps. The things that i talk about in the book they are not for everybody. This is not the kind of thing you know. It's not a book that's like you know emmanuel for how to get the job like how to write a better seavy. It's not that kind of thing you know. You need to come a unique worker unique person. You need to develop maltese skills. You need to be multi skilled and you need to be highly highly skilled in your soft skills or you know what i call human skills just emotional intelligence contextual creativity. Mindfulness and critical thinking. And those things take time to develop. So if you are you know have twenty four hours. Eight hours of sleep. You need that right. I used to sacrifice sleep. And i realized you know from reading a lot in it and thinking a lot about where i'm going to go and i was like what i'm doing is not sustainable. I need to get enough sleep. Okay so if i'm gonna get enough sleep. Then i have sixteen hours to work right and out of those sixteen hours I definitely need to give an hour for exercise. Okay i can listen to an audio book while i'm on treadmill and i'm doing my workout. I need maybe a bad of fourteen minnesota. So for general kind of things like say a meditation and things like that twenty minutes to shower so it about fourteen hours who work fourteen hours to work right so what. I'm suggesting in the book. If you are going to be in that top ten percents. This book is written for people who want to be in the top ten. Set if you're going to be the top temps then you need to work for fourteen hours. I'm not talking about work as in. Sit down and like you know just like not. Talking argument repetitive things. When i say works. Let's say out of that. Fourteen hours four to six hours of paraguay should be dedicated to research and development. Learning new skills when i say working over. I'm sitting here practicing linear algebra. I'm working as part of work. I think about newtonian and i aside. You know like dot. Org beh- using so many. I think so. Many people. And i know that there is a group of people who would say oh. Well this is millennials. Origen zad or even some Late xers but people are going so many work. I wanna work that hard i want. That's already than i'm sorry. The way things are going. I know you want to tell you what you want to hear or do you want me to tell you the truth. The truth is that
"paraguay" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Rutherford B. Hayes is a big deal in Paraguay to give you an idea. Just how big of a deal he is! Their Paraguay has seventeen departments, their equivalent of states. One of them is called the President Hayes Department and it isn't tiny. It's larger than the state of West Virginia. The capital of the president. Hayes Department is via Hayes, which has a population of fifteen thousand people in via Hayes. There's an elementary school named after the president in the capital city of essentially on there is a soccer club named club President Hayes and the team. Nickname is the Yankees there's a rougher behaves museum. He's on postage stamps, and there's even a holiday named after him in the department. That bears his name. In the nineteen nineties, a girl who came out of a coma was granted a wish by a local television station. Her wish to visit the Hayes Presidential Center in Fremont Ohio. After all this needs to be pointed out that never once in his life did President Hayes? Ever stepped foot in Paraguay. In fact, he never once left the United States. So, why is Paraguay such a big fan of nineteenth century US president? Basically because if it wasn't for President Hayes, Paraguay probably wouldn't exist. To understand how this came to be. We need to go back to the Paraguayan war, also known as the war triple alliance, which took place from eighteen, sixty, four to one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, just after the US civil war. The Paraguayan war was one of the bloodiest wars in the western hemisphere. It was a complicated messy war with origins similar to the start of World War One. I'll try to summarize the war as simply as I can without getting into too much detail because this is the daily podcast. Paraguay time was led by a man named. Francisco Solano Lopez, he was sort of an arch type for the South American dictators would follow him. His father was president of Paraguay, after taking power in a military coup in eighteen, Forty Francisco is made general at the age of eighteen, which always turns out great, and then it was given evermore loftier titles, his father Intel eventually being named Vice President of Paraguay under his dad. When his father died in eighteen, sixty two, he was named president of Paraguay unanimously by the Paraguayan Congress like his father. He was the defacto dictator of the country. At the beginning of the conflict, Paraguay actually had a larger army than the combined armies of Brazil Argentina and Uruguay. However, their population was twenty two times smaller than the size of the triple alliance and they had access to the sea. Paraguay and Brazil back. Different sides in a conflict for power in Uruguay when the Brazilian side became ascendant. Paraguay wanted to send forces into Uruguay to help. However Paraguay doesn't border Uruguay they asked Argentina could mark through their territory and the Argentineans refused. Paraguay began the war by invading Brazil, and then declared war in Argentina when they wouldn't let them pass through their territory. They then found themselves fighting three countries at once. After a few victories tied turned against the Paraguayans quickly. The war devastated Paraguay. By the time the war was over an estimated sixty percent of the population of Paraguay was dead, as were over eighty percent of the men in the country, only twelve percent of the remaining population at the end of the war was male, and in some areas it was as low as five percent. Fast forward several years after the end of the war Paraguay had lost territory to both Brazil and Argentina carver. There was still a significant part of the country which was under dispute with the Argentinians. The disputed part was over half of what makes up Paraguay today..
"paraguay" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"I like to welcome to the show. Angel Hernandez from California, but who come to talk to us about Paraguay Angel Welcome to the show. Thank you Chris. And Angel what's your connection with Paraguay myself and my family lived in Paraguay between the year two thousand and five thousand fifteen well. You're going to be back this year if we weren't locked down as article. Yes, that is true. We had one week plan to go there and then we were unable to do that, so we're looking forward to rescheduling that excellent. And why should someone go to Paraguay? There's a beauty in Paraguay the people there. They definitely stand up to me into my family. We were received by the Paraguayan people when we moved there. So we were able to just be a part of a community when we were without family, so it was easy. <hes> the culture there is very laid back. The stressors are not the same as anything here in the United States different culture different life in a way, there's not a lot of pressure, and that's something that you can see in the people and see how they kind of take on their day. Another great thing about well. Two of the great things about Paraguay are a there's a variety of geographic zones. There are desert's. There are rainforest. There are waterfalls. There are huge rivers caves mountains. I mean it's loaded with a lot of that as well as many cultures Paraguay. Heavy history in the nineteen hundreds where? Wars going on around the world. This was a place of refuge, so many cultures came. So you have a the German culture? You Have Mennonite? You have Japanese you have so many cultures that are found in different pockets within the nation of Paraguay also nation. Paraguay size apparently is about the same size as California almost about the same sheep. Population it's heavily different, there's only. Eleven million Paraguayans in Paraguay. Okay, it's very unique, and it's also in the center of South. America's called the heart of South America beautiful placement very hot, one of. The, only South American country nut to be on the ocean. I think they share that title with Bolivia. Bolivia SHERP. You're right regardless of that. Caraway's full of water so the word. Paraguay means land of water. I did not know that okay. It's of shape out what means. Umbrella. Over there in Paraguay, you'd look up the sky and the clouds will be moving. The wind will get a little cooler, and you could tell it be raining. You can totally just tune into nature in Paraguay. Excellent and what kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for traveller who spending a week to two weeks there? There's a lot of Paraguayan culture in needs so I would hope that whoever would wanNA travel to pair would grasp some of it and one way to do. It is to definitely check out a soccer game. We'll see if that can fall any itinerary, it would be best if it's a national team. Versus maybe Argentina Brazil, some big name team go to be just shocked and impressed by the unification of the fence for this sport, so I would definitely recommend that I would also send an individual to so land in Asuncion from. Uh, <unk>, whether you stay there not as a fairly good sized city it. There's a lot to see. I would. Urge the individual to travel to see that the estee which is totally on the other side of the country. It is about maybe five hour drive, and that's the city of the East so I'm assuming that it's in east. Molested, the reason why they go to see less because that's where Brazil and Argentina meet, and that's where Iguazu falls. Okay, the most water in the world is kind of collected there while there. You can also venture to eat thi- Boo Damn I think in China. They have the biggest with the most cement okay debut. Dam is the biggest down with the most water. It's an amazing sight. Both those sites are amazing sights from that location, so you'd probably do Asuncion a day. One of those days traveling to <unk> stay there a day or two from there might return back would be through in God. And God Nazione is one of the newest cities there. It's definitely old, but this is a city that has been more productive in regards to the population. It has really done a great job with the scenery. It's alongside the river bottom. I believe it is. And its neighbors of the city of Argentina on forget the name. Just looks beautiful, and it's just a new city. Buildings are all new the people there? They biologists kind of move there. So that's just a great creation. as He. As you venture from that city, you should go through the Jesuit Ruins, I forget the name of the city that you kind of have to go through <unk> that they're the ruins. There are pretty impressive. There's about maybe three to five locations. One can choose from along certain route. It's an amazing sight. You see the history. There's abuse obviously that you're going to be told in regards to. Things were built maintained and then removed. There's just a lot of history and from there you will then venture back to your stay in essence you,
Travel to Paraguay
"I like to welcome to the show. Angel Hernandez from California, but who come to talk to us about Paraguay Angel Welcome to the show. Thank you Chris. And Angel what's your connection with Paraguay myself and my family lived in Paraguay between the year two thousand and five thousand fifteen well. You're going to be back this year if we weren't locked down as article. Yes, that is true. We had one week plan to go there and then we were unable to do that, so we're looking forward to rescheduling that excellent. And why should someone go to Paraguay? There's a beauty in Paraguay the people there. They definitely stand up to me into my family. We were received by the Paraguayan people when we moved there. So we were able to just be a part of a community when we were without family, so it was easy. the culture there is very laid back. The stressors are not the same as anything here in the United States different culture different life in a way, there's not a lot of pressure, and that's something that you can see in the people and see how they kind of take on their day. Another great thing about well. Two of the great things about Paraguay are a there's a variety of geographic zones. There are desert's. There are rainforest. There are waterfalls. There are huge rivers caves mountains. I mean it's loaded with a lot of that as well as many cultures Paraguay. Heavy history in the nineteen hundreds where? Wars going on around the world. This was a place of refuge, so many cultures came. So you have a the German culture? You Have Mennonite? You have Japanese you have so many cultures that are found in different pockets within the nation of Paraguay also nation. Paraguay size apparently is about the same size as California almost about the same sheep. Population it's heavily different, there's only. Eleven million Paraguayans in Paraguay. Okay, it's very unique, and it's also in the center of South. America's called the heart of South America beautiful placement very hot, one of. The, only South American country nut to be on the ocean. I think they share that title with Bolivia. Bolivia SHERP. You're right regardless of that. Caraway's full of water so the word. Paraguay means land of water. I did not know that okay. It's of shape out what means. Umbrella. Over there in Paraguay, you'd look up the sky and the clouds will be moving. The wind will get a little cooler, and you could tell it be raining. You can totally just tune into nature in Paraguay. Excellent and what kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for traveller who spending a week to two weeks there? There's a lot of Paraguayan culture in needs so I would hope that whoever would wanNA travel to pair would grasp some of it and one way to do. It is to definitely check out a soccer game. We'll see if that can fall any itinerary, it would be best if it's a national team. Versus maybe Argentina Brazil, some big name team go to be just shocked and impressed by the unification of the fence for this sport, so I would definitely recommend that I would also send an individual to so land in Asuncion from. Uh, whether you stay there not as a fairly good sized city it. There's a lot to see. I would. Urge the individual to travel to see that the estee which is totally on the other side of the country. It is about maybe five hour drive, and that's the city of the East so I'm assuming that it's in east. Molested, the reason why they go to see less because that's where Brazil and Argentina meet, and that's where Iguazu falls. Okay, the most water in the world is kind of collected there while there. You can also venture to eat thi- Boo Damn I think in China. They have the biggest with the most cement okay debut. Dam is the biggest down with the most water. It's an amazing sight. Both those sites are amazing sights from that location, so you'd probably do Asuncion a day. One of those days traveling to stay there a day or two from there might return back would be through in God. And God Nazione is one of the newest cities there. It's definitely old, but this is a city that has been more productive in regards to the population. It has really done a great job with the scenery. It's alongside the river bottom. I believe it is. And its neighbors of the city of Argentina on forget the name. Just looks beautiful, and it's just a new city. Buildings are all new the people there? They biologists kind of move there. So that's just a great creation. as He. As you venture from that city, you should go through the Jesuit Ruins, I forget the name of the city that you kind of have to go through that they're the ruins. There are pretty impressive. There's about maybe three to five locations. One can choose from along certain route. It's an amazing sight. You see the history. There's abuse obviously that you're going to be told in regards to. Things were built maintained and then removed. There's just a lot of history and from there you will then venture back to your stay in essence you,
Travel to Uruguay
"I'd like to welcome. The show Karen Higgs from Guru Guay Dot Com. Who has come to talk to us about? Uruguay Karen Welcome to the show? She's so much. And I have to spell that website because I want to be sure that people understand the the joke in the. Idea of what it is, but it's. Guay as in Uruguay and you are somebody who has written guidebooks about it right a website about it and you've lived in Uruguay for twenty years so I feel that Guru. Guay seems like an appropriate. Definition of what you do. And it also means that people stop confusing Uruguay Paraguay. Okay excellent. which is the bane of Uruguayans lives sure we actually do not have a show on Paraguay, and it's not for lack of trying, and I'm trying to line up for next week, so so hopefully we may have won back to back and then talk about the difference, but we're not talking about Paraguay today. We're talking about Uruguay which is not how the Uruguayans Sat, but we'll get into that. Karen, why should someone go to Uruguay? Never two types of people that come to Uruguay. They're all the type of people that have been everywhere. And, so they looking for the last off the radar destinations to go to and when they arrive, they'll love to say after I am the only person that I know. That's team to Uruguay so that on one hand and then on the other hand. People who do their research? They are interested in going to Latin America. They do their research. They looking for a safe country, especially as so female travelers for example than King. South America they all googling, and then they've like. Hey, there's this small country that's that between Argentina and between Brazil, that just seems to have all of these amazing statistics of development, how is this and then they look at it more closely and they discover that not only. Only, is it a progressive country and it's been a progressive country for hundred and fifty years with complete separation of church and state written into the Constitution the kind of country where women were given the vote well before places in Europe's of where the eight hour day has been in place for over hundred years, and then the look annul say hey, and it's also got amazing beaches and from what I can see. Nobody goes those beaches and it's got. Wine and how come I've never tried one of those wines? And then you know when they start, and they'll really looking into the find my website, et Cetera. Then they'll go. Oh, my God. It's got all this amazing world class live music, and I go to these shows and be up next to an amazing musician, and it won't even cost me ten dollars, and then somebody will say the beef is just amazing. Then somebody's like, but I'm a Vegan, and it's like, but now you could even get good vegan food in Montevideo, so yeah I mean basically. Laid back small by South American standards. It's very large compared to a European country, but it's small enough to be able to get around, and it's developed, and so it's kind of like a good start. A country when Latin America is consumed. It's not in your face. Excellent and we did mention that I'm pronouncing this Uruguay and we talked about this ahead of time, because that tends to be the English pronunciation. If I was from there, I would say it how. Do. So without ooh guy. So when you can't people on the football terraces, football's huge in Uruguay and you'll hear people saying ou y Ou do which sounds totally tribal, and you think about it. Which is Kinda funny?
Trump: No promises regarding steel and aluminum tariffs on Brazil
"Listing to world news from the BBC president trump has said he'll make no promises regarding holding off imposing tariffs on steel and aluminium imports from Brazil he was speaking at his home in Florida as he was about to host a dinner for the visiting Brazilian president enjoyable scenario the two countries have been involved in a trade spats over US metal tariffs the authorities in India have arrested the founder of yes bank which is being taken under state control as it struggles with bad loans around a couple has been detained on allegations of money laundering he been questioned for twenty four hours India's central bank sees control of yes bank the country's fourth largest private lender and impose withdrawal limits on its customers the Brazilian former soccer star Ronaldinho ga wushu and his brother the been ordered to remain in pre trial detention in Paraguay on charges of using false documents to enter the country he's kind as pets is this seven hour hearing in front of the judge on Friday he depends for the first time and prosecutors have decided then that there was a case for leniency because ronaldinha being very cooperative with them so they came to the judge all speaking from the alternative punishment a contribution to a local park on charity but the judge absolutely refuse this she said both men which be held for an undetermined period while the case was properly investigated thousands of women have held rallies across Pakistan to mark international women's day despite the threat of violence from fundamentalist groups women in Pakistan only began marking the event a few years ago what is grown into a wider movement demanding better laws to protect women and raising awareness of changing attitudes the authorities in Turkey have done to women stay gathering but activists say they will go ahead with a rally in Istanbul regardless B. B. C. news I'm diving Carrick reporting from Malaysia for the BBC world service and BBC Estrella shifting coaches series we're exploring how parts of the Asia Pacific region are attempting their traditions and values to a fast changing world and here in Malaysia at the on going conversation among Muslims about
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"paraguay" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
What Are the Health Benefits of Yerba Mate?
"Talking about Uraba Matei today. What is it? What are the health benefits attributed to it? And how can you best enjoy. Matei is traditional South American beverage. That's brewed from the leaves and stems of the Yerba Matte tape plant. And that's a tree that belongs to the Holly Ali. Family motto is widely consumed in Argentina Uruguay Paraguay and Brazil where the Matia tree is indigenous. But you'll also find Matei as an ingredient gradient in energy drinks or even in the herbal tea section of your local health food store fun fact technically. The Word T. only applies to the leaves leaves of the Camilla Sinensis or tea plant so the category of beverages popularly known as herbal tea are actually tisanes anyway. Human human beings apparently have a universal appetite for stimulants depending on where on the globe. Your ancestors found themselves. They might have enjoyed beverages made from coffee. Cacao Beans Goran Berries Cola nuts or T- or Mateo leaves although each contains a slightly different array of active chemicals. All all of these plants contain caffeine or a closely related molecule with similar stimulant properties. There are many impressive health benefits attributed to drinking matei including greater energy mental focus reduced fatigue weight loss antioxidant activity and enhanced sport performance formation's but before you get too excited about this new miracle brew. Most of those benefits that are attributed to Matei are available from any caffeinated needed beverage. There's no question. That caffeine stimulates the central nervous system. And that results in alertness and reduced fatigue now the impact of Mateo on weight. Wait and fat loss is likely to be relatively minor especially compared to the impact of your food and movement choices and similarly expect only incremental effects on your athletic performance. It might help you go a little longer or a little faster but Matia is not going to turn a weekend jogger into an Olympic runner or anything. So let's talk about how caffeine affect the body. Caffeine is not addictive in the true sense of the word but it is habit forming. If you drink caffeine in regularly your body will become habituated to its effects. You might feel like you can't wake up in the morning until you've had your first cup and if deprived of your regular caffeine fix you may develop a temporary headache. So if you're trying to quit caffeine I recommend weaning yourself gradually to minimize any of those unpleasant side effects on the plus side regular consumers also habitue to caffeine's diuretic effects contrary to Popular Lore. Drinking caffeinated needed beverages. Like coffee and tea or Matei is not dehydrating if you drink them. Regularly long-term Caffeine use also appears to have neuro protective effects fact reducing the risk of dementia Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease now just like different fruits and vegetables have different nutrient profiles coffee fi t mateo and the other stimulant beverages each contain unique phytochemicals that may offer distinct benefits but the similarities here are greater later than the differences. You can stick to your favorite caffeine vehicle or play the field or of course you may choose to abstain altogether many many of the antioxidant and other disease fighting compounds that are found in coffee tea and Matei can also be gotten from non stimulating fruits and vegetables in particular apples bowls. Berries grapes asparagus garlic onions and
Trump slams Democrats at Pennsylvania rally, claims opponents 'embarrassed' by impeachment
"President trump spoke yesterday while meeting with Paraguay's president commenting on the new north American trade agreement which received bipartisan support after Democrats signed off on it earlier this week we just made our big deal as you know with Mexico Canada we have a tremendous trade deal that's going through the house now it's going to be obviously approved and it's a tremendous for our country speaking at a rally in Pennsylvania Tuesday the president claimed that Democrats only approve the new trade deal because they were embarrassed by a week impeachment
Trump comments on U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal
"President trump spoke yesterday while meeting with Paraguay's president commenting on the new north American trade agreement which received bipartisan support after Democrats signed off on it earlier in the week we just made our big deal as you know with Mexico Canada we have a tremendous trade deal that's going through the house now it's going to be obviously approved and it's a tremendous for our country and speaking at a rally in Pennsylvania on Tuesday the president claimed that Democrats only approved the new trade deal because they were embarrassed by a week impeachment
News in Brief 9 September 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The Human Rights Council opened in Geneva on Monday with a warning from the top rights official that with forest fires raging aging in the Amazon. We are burning up our future literally in an appeal to the forums forty seven member states to unite to tackle climate change Michelle Basch. Let insisted did that. Every region of the world stands to be affected in the short term however the worst effects of the fires and drastic acceleration of deforestation in Bolivia Paraguay and Brazil resil- were on the families living in these areas she explained climate. Change is a reality the now affects every region of the world the human implications of currently projected the level of global hitting our catastrophic storms are rising and tight could submerge entire island nations and coastal cities fires raged. H. Through our forest and the ice is melting. We're burning up our future literally citing. UN reports that the climate emergency has caused a sharp increase in global hunger the levels the high commissioner also noted that warm temperatures will likely contribute to an additional two hundred and fifty thousand deaths per year between twenty thirty and twenty fifty from malnutrition nutrition malaria diarrhea and heat stress. Her comments come fourteen days before UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez opens a climate action summit in New York. Stay with the Human Rights Council Misbash. It also said on Monday that the situation in Venezuela continues to take a devastating toll on the people of the country. She warned member states is that development for having what she called. D. Stabilizing impacts across Latin America the rights chief explained that this was the reason for her commitment to continue cooperating with the authorities not there in order to achieve substantial changes regarding detention centers and detainees. There have been recent advances. She continued while acknowledging that although the government adamant led by Nicolas Madura has released a number of prisoners other cases were still pending turning to the economic and social situation in Venezuela it continues to rapidly rapidly deteriorate and affect millions of people high commissioner said before repeating concerns about the potentially severe impact of new sanctions imposed by the United States with food and medicine increasingly scarce in Venezuela misbash lead also noted reports that more than three in ten children under five are chronically malnourished in some areas and finally as efforts continue to help the people of the Bahamas affected by Hurricane Dorian the World Health Organization has issued a three and a half million dollar appeal to cover initial healthcare and other needs latest data indicates that seventy three thousand people have been affected in the northwestern islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama with forty three fatalities tally officially reported linked to the category five storm in addition to significant destruction of medical equipment supplies and electrical and water installations the WHO who along with the pan-american Health Organization say that hundreds of people remain in shelters in the disaster zone immediate priorities include restoring access to essential health services ensuring water quality affected communities and restoring decent hygiene and sanitation in addition waste management and control of disease-carrying insects such as mosquitoes a key. Both agencies have maintained Daniel Johnson U._N. News.
"paraguay" Discussed on KOMO
"Chicago in Wisconsin this week we saw John govern who owns Gubbins meats and berries with his wife determined to make an impact with the family corn maze governs arrange their corn maze each year with some kind of theme previously they have created ones related to the Green Bay Packers spreading awareness about Alzheimer's disease in January the governs lost a family member to suicide the maze this year now includes a car for message you can see from an aerial view it reads your life matters includes the number the national suicide prevention hotline the launch of the world are in flames we've seen it in recent weeks fires and golfing the Amazon rain forest about two thirds the size of the continental US in containing the flames is proving to be a herculean task putting a major source of the world's oxygen under extreme stress ABC's Matt Gutman is in Brazil with more firefighters no match for flames this ferocious in this intense that fire in nineteen palm trees here of living facility in order for people to find queen flames leaping across the drive rushes shopping how fast PC misfire markets with about two hundred yards in the past five minutes alone fueled by the twin gonna try again a bit faster to get out of its way your run of the love rancher here tells me to take a drop of water on the fire here by it's no use he says it's all going to be gone if nothing else to do is get away I as a cloud of smoke rears up behind his farm we offer the line now but he insists on staying sure his cattle we can skate justice Geronimo's farm in the quote are developed fire and smoke just minutes ago seems to be it's just one popular fixing amidst the swarms fires ravaging Brazil and it's Amazon rainforest spilling out Bolivia Paraguay and Peru the collection of tens of thousands of places in Gulf.
"paraguay" Discussed on KOMO
"In Wisconsin this week we saw John govern who owns Gubbins meats and berries with his wife determined to make an impact with the family corn maze governs arrange their corn maze each year with some kind of theme previously they have created ones related to the Green Bay Packers spreading awareness about Alzheimer's disease in January the governs lost a family member to suicide the maze this year now includes a car message and you can see from an aerial view it reads your life matters includes the number the national suicide prevention hotline the launch of the world are in flames we've seen it in recent weeks fires and golfing the Amazon rain forest search the size of the continental US and containing the flames is proving to be a herculean task putting a major source of the world's oxygen under extreme stress ABC's Matt Gutman is in Brazil with more firefighters no match for flames this ferocious in this intense that fires nineteen palm trees here live in Brazilian border fueled by wind the flames leaping across the drive Russian shopping how fast PC misfire markets with about two hundred yards in the past five minutes alone fueled by the twin gonna try to get a bit faster to get out of its way Geronimo look rancher here tells me to take a drop of water on the fire here by it's no use he says it's all going to be gone there's nothing else to do it is going to as a cloud of smoke rears up behind his farm we offer the line now but he insists on staying certain his cattle we can skate justice Geronimo's farm road are developed fire and smoke just minutes ago it's just one popular pixie amidst a swarm fires ravaging Brazil and expand its own rainforest spilling out Bolivia Paraguay and Peru the collection of tens of thousands of places in gulping.
"paraguay" Discussed on ESPN FC
"He said they, they find his veteran Brazil before they with Paraguay in the lead up to this game against the kits they finish second Columbia perfect after one win against powered. Why today we're talking about Colombia's chances I've role in this moment. But that's focused on Argentina. It's interesting. Yes that we saw here, and I was wondering with Craig regards to Brazil, and I said, look, I was good performance, and he was saying, yeah, but look, they're playing for Argentine ah the opponent wasn't as much of a standard yet still, they didn't exactly set the world on fire did that it's not true. There were. But today the world Friday though they're also atrocious over the weekend. What What will? will happen today? He put the book, messy the genuine, general pleaded guero as I said, why was been playing football for this identities? And look what he brings to the table. He's a proven goalscorer. That's what you need in tune like this. So the, the full three one to its it suited. The plays a little bit better was spotted before most by. I'm -solutely. No, no. You saw the first goal that was just ridiculous to try to build to the by just switch to play. But I didn't tell you give them a little bit tiny credit. They were marginally better. Wow. Yeah. But the Bob that low is they have not. No. You can see the A-Team. They've said the room by Lewin's unless thing we showed them playing well as a team you know it's all about mistakes from the opposition or individual goals. I mean a Gwen was by far the best player on the field against gets out, but regardless of the opposition Argentina. Always lead you've done. You're always expect him because the quality that the golden producer that has nothing going on with any of them. There's no there's no little partnerships around the field. And and, and to think that Messier Gweru don't seem to be on the same page as well as incredible. When you think of the talent and the football brains between the two of them. You would think at least they would have some sort of connection h not there as all individuals and listen through. But again, the scrape through, there's no patent dungeon. You wonder what the manages doing on the train them because there was no pattern of play on Friday. It was difficult to discern. What system they were playing in the pledge didn't know nobody knew what they were trying to it was slightly better today as I said, bullets. There were still trying to force the ball through, it's a messy was in most cases double team. He wasn't the stuff was not the pus to find the pus was the ball wide, and they break them. And sometimes it seems a little strange to see. Well, they're looking for. She said, well, why don't you want to get Messier to both? The problem is, if that's your only outlet, then it's easy for the position to tune three men. But people do that, of course, when messy plays Barcelona yet, he's still seems to be able to find space still spam to be the difference. Laker swipe Connie do that for Argentine of different slightly different role for Argentina, an officer the level of player that he's playing with the ball this space on little bit quicker to see the ball early. They got the feet quicker. The ball moves quickly with Boston on just two we're saying that about Argentina, by the way, this Argentinian side is drop so far down in the levels that we're used to it's quite remarkable that there, there's, there's nothing going on with this to the biggest difference between bossa loners, the other castes, and Argentina's is the movement off the bulk, if you want John's and Tina other than Aguado who sometimes does even play there's no move off the ball that makes it harder on Massey. And it makes it easier for. The position. So what happens Argentina going forward? Now, obviously, they've done it. They've managed to get through some don't count stages. You can only imagine the criticism. They have received back home if this didn't happen. So can they try and galvanize? Now can they come together go to and have a run? How do they do? Well what they've gotta do. They've got to be together. Because this Argentine is hard is a poor side..
"paraguay" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler
"So abundant. Oh, I can't. I can't I can't even like begin to tell you. How surprise I was country because in Argentina the marketing for Paraguay is like slim to non don't wanna talk about Paraguay and this beautiful country with really good vibes. Beautiful people. The the food is incredible. And I don't know. I just I just feel really comfortable. Hey, it's amazing. But let let me ask you a question accents. I think that ever since I started I had a tutor right before I went to Spain. And he he liked brought my he gave me like a little push when it came to accents. And he just he he focused on like one of the main things that he focused on was like he's like look from here on now. It's not intendo. It's any word ends with. Oh, it's not oh intendo is engaged in will never forget that. And like that was like the huge open. It. That was at really from that went on. I was like, oh, okay. Let me really start paying attention to the details and see if I can figure this out and also on the topic on top of the fact that you can tell when someone speaks super Gringo, and it just doesn't sound right. It's like nails on a chalkboard. It's kind of like come on. But what some put like some effort into that day? K? Apple take have less Essen. Florida. Character, man. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Redneck redneck Ford. That's how I saw video. I saw like fluid Spanish, but with the redneck accent, George, oh, so like that spoke to me a little bit. But I don't know that's over the accident. You don't upset you don't really pay attention to that. Then that you're only going gonna you're only gonna make it to a certain level. It's just you got to put him to work at the end of the day. It's put in the work and try to build a habit break other habits. No. No. Definitely and the more. You can put your shame aside and like fake it till you make it the better you sound. That's what I think. Okay. Guys before we go any further. I'm gonna take a quick opportunity to think Pim's ller I supporting our show today. We've been talking about learning languages and how the best way to do. It is to actually converse. Pim's ler is the conversational method for learning language wherever you are. It's not screen based you actually learn by conversing and training your.