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El Salvador vote could strengthen president's rule

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

El Salvador vote could strengthen president's rule

"Citizens of El Salvador went to the polls yesterday to elect members of Congress and hundreds of mayors. The election is seen as a referendum on the country's popular but controversial president, the evil Kayla Maria Martin reports Salvadoran sir voting amidst high political tensions with accusations that President Bush Kelly is overstepping his bounds to support political allies. Still, the charismatic O'Kelly is hugely popular, analysts say. People are sick and tired of traditional parties. Meanwhile, international observers watch the vote. Had. San Salvador's archbishop pleads for peace and transparency. Maria Martin reporting. You're listening to NPR

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Storm Amanda in Central America could redevelop in Gulf

Morning Edition

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

Storm Amanda in Central America could redevelop in Gulf

"Tropical storm Amanda has been downgraded to a tropical depression but not before at last Central America causing at least ten deaths and much damage in El Salvador and Guatemala Maria Martin reports tropical storm Amanda first rage through El Salvador bringing death and destruction before moving on to what the mullah the two countries are seeing flooding landslides power outages and displacements in San Salvador it was reported twenty three vehicles were destroyed when a sinkhole opened as a result of the heavy rains and winds of Salvador's president Bible Kelly has declared a fifteen day state of emergency in the wake of the first Pacific storm of the season San Salvador's mayor said it was an unprecedented situation one emergency on top of another the storm in addition to the corona virus crisis both hitting the poor of this region disproportionately for NPR news I'm idea

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"san salvador" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"san salvador" Discussed on KQED Radio

"When Mario was arrested he was brought to a large prison in San Salvador coli spit on so the hope guards told this it is home to five thousand prisoners the company's global conflict well thank you for coming here I know it's a bit complicated to get in I feel truthfully I was surprised when they called me it's about unusual for a prisoner to be told there was an email from the BBC to start with I first with my lawyer to see what could be done and he specified not and so I want to be clear I'm doing this without the consent I'm doing it for myself I really want to talk my idea was stressed like all the prisoners in white tee shirts basketball shorts and knee high sport socks we were taking into a small courtyard with a picnic bench they told us we had an hour to speak with him I asked him if he killed Carla she looked at me with a steady gaze as he replied for my backpack out of the he is available no and that's gonna be my reply that I'm going to give in fifteen years time when a young person comes here in Austin the same thing I'm sure the on the day I was with my son I went to my house I left him there first I didn't have any petrol evidence is evidence no matter where it comes from the thing is I'm honest and I see myself is convicted I think they exaggerated things may took advantage of the fact that she was a woman and she was a journalist she was my collar she was the most important person I've had in my life it was from the side it's just that in that moment if Marroquin a so it being the dead ones I would not have the attention firstly marriage not a journalist and they wouldn't have found me in the space of eight hours Maria would not be found alive Mario would not have had lots of people turning up his funeral to take photos I'm grateful that they've placed an interesting call this case and I won't call this case to be resolved because it was a femicide because she was a journalist but above she was my wife I was someone who took care of her they want to convict me on the trophy the prosecutor wants to have the most important Janice on their side that is what he wants and that's what he's going to have for him I'm a try free he often referred to himself as Mario in the third person he said he plans to write a book while he's in prison despite declaring himself innocent he said he thinks he will be there for the rest of his life Maria's case has been well publicized email Salvador it is held up by the prosecutor's office as an example of how things are changing here they seem confident of that conviction I had read about the first case to be tried under the new legislation on some aside introducing twenty twelve my new I let go of it at the with the address was accused of killing his wife at point blank range shooting her in the head in twenty twelve despite the go bare toes on children being witnesses to the crime he would continue to argue it was an accident he changed his story twice saying first that he's gone had gone off on its own and then that his wife had committed suicide the judge concluded that there was reasonable doubt and I go back to walked free prosecutor I'm not gonna say less than us to me argues that despite efforts to restructure the system with special judge only gender chords operating since twenty seventeen attitudes are hard to change that someone from the local office what we are facing in the public prosecutor's office and in civil society is judges do not understand the problem they say death as a homicide enough to femicide because we were educated with socio cultural patterns of submission and discrimination against women what we have to do is unlearn that what we need to do is not learning but I'm learning okay the one.

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"san salvador" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"san salvador" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"When it all started with the three of you at the night club in San Salvador just last night and now hours later under the bright midnight of the Mexican desert your small plane drops earthquake terrorists silent terror groups Johnny an ally in the seats behind you his smile to yourself and say nothing finally the motorcycle the last time your guide the plate almost noiseless made to a landing on the desert floor come on let's get out of this kind and see what we're up against mother if you never looked better than me okay Johnny well I'm glad that's over Hey with those big rocks you just missed they are big the whole ridge of them thanks for dodging the married it was a pleasure have any idea where we are Larry show sure like I told you know where no where in the biggest stretch of desert Mexico any objections mall are you don't get sore to stash I'm sorry skip it I'm not so I just a little edgy I guess look why don't you to get some shut eye well what about your our Tinker with the plan a little just the fuel line that's piled up I think and then I'll grab some sleep too but I think I could help you yeah I guess you're right I don't know a thing about it you will get some sleep though show showing a little while go on now don't worry this thing will fly in the morning you.

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US, El Salvador to boost cooperation on security, migration

Morning Edition

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

US, El Salvador to boost cooperation on security, migration

"The the US US and and el el Salvadoran Salvadoran have have signed signed an an agreement agreement promising promising to to help help the the central central American American country country deal deal with with gang gang violence violence and and unemployment unemployment and and here's here's John Burnett reports from San Salvador it's part of the trump administration's regional approach to cutting illegal immigration in the letter of intent L. Salvador pledges to strengthen its border security and continue to crackdown on ruthless street gangs like MS thirteen for its part Washington will be amenable to providing more agricultural guest worker visas and protecting certain Salvadoran asylum seekers acting homeland security secretary Kevin mac lean and held a joint press conference with Salvadoran president naive book Kelly who say he would measure success by this metric not people fleeing our country because they feel unsafe or eat all day being threatened by gangs or because they cannot find a job or because of of both reasons so very happy with this agreement John Burnett NPR news San Salvador

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 Drowned father and daughter mourned at El Salvador cemetery

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Drowned father and daughter mourned at El Salvador cemetery

"Thank you a young Salvadoran father and his twenty three month old daughter who drowned trying to cross into Texas related their final rest today a week after the heartbreaking image of their bodies floating in the Rio Grande circle the globe they were buried during a private ceremony at the cemetery in southern San Salvador so a family friend they went in search of a better future but everything came to an end in the river a collection of floral arrangements of doing the grave including one from el Salvador's president and First Lady and president Nighy bill Keller who took office a month ago said candidly his own country bears responsibility what got it it fully reflect the day for the United States the food I mean they've they've they've led of some other than that our country it is it is our full illicit L. Salvador is ready to work with the US to overcome poverty and provide jobs so it's people don't have to

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"san salvador" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Arm was. Like open like you see flesh. Just it was it was tough to see delong who was a medical assistant in his early thirties was taken to a hospital and is reported to be in critical but stable condition. Police reportedly have identified an interview the owner of the dog who attacked him in Daly city, Melissa call Ross KCBS governor Gavin Newsom is on day two of his visit to Al Salvador Reyes exploring the root causes of migration. KCBS political reporter Doug sovereignist, traveling with them and says today, the governor is focusing on hearing from migrants firsthand governor is touring the migration repatriation center. It's a facility in San Salvador that receives migrants when they're sent back. Whether it's along a caravan route through Guatemala, and Mexico or even from the United States if they're deported. They come to this one set of buildings here in a pretty ramshackle part of town where they're processed received and reunited with their families. If they have any incense Salva. Door, and I've just been speaking with some of these migrants who've been returned and their stories are powerful and compelling as they talk about the need to leave and how they're trying to pursue a better life. What they call the American dream, whether it's because of violence or economic reasons are most of the time, it appears they are co mingled the violence, and the poverty, and they fear gang attacks are from parts of the country dominated by the MS thirteen gang, and they just want to get out of here. But in the case of the people that I've met here, they didn't make it. And now, they're back in El Salvador courses, Doug sovereign. Meantime, a federal judge in San Francisco has just bought the Trump administration's policy of returning asylum. Speakers seekers rather to Mexico as they wait for a court hearing to hear their cases for the order probably won't go into effect, though. Judge Richard Seeber today granting a request by civil liberties groups to stop the practice while they're lawsuit. Moves forward decision is on hold until Friday to give us officials the chance to appeal. The groups say that the policy violates US law by failing to adequately evaluate the dangers that migrants face in Mexico. President Trump's administration says the policy response to a crisis at the southern border that his overwhelmed the ability of immigration officials to the tame by grits coming up at four thirty. We're going to discuss the political ramifications of leadership changes in the department of homeland security. That's coming up in two minutes. KCBS news time four thirteen..

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"san salvador" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on KCRW

"Comes lots of crime and lots of problems across two or three people, and we'll get where we're going and try not to tracked any attention Julio knows he needs to sneak into the US undetected or he risks being quickly deported migrants who bring a child with him. No, they won't be detained a policy that infuriates President Trump. If they ask for asylum will usually be released into the US with notice to appear immigration court. That's how the years plan. He's also from San Salvador headed to the states with his wife and three kids. He and Julio declined to give their last names going up ended. President Trump has to defend his nation, but the United States for us like a mother a mother who looks out for these small countries that we come from. But why now why the current surge of migrants US officials estimate the apprehended more than one hundred thousand crossers last month? The most more than a decade. I put this question to lintel appare. He's a prominent businessman in the region of Gus at ios. He says he knows lots of people lately who've gone north. He says. What the the para says people here through social media that Trump is cracking down in if they don't go to the US now they might not be able to go tomorrow while he's talking he steers his pickup to avoid the giant potholes on the highway along the rugged Wasserman border. Got it. You like our roads. Look at our sad reality. He says the blame state leaders for stealing money. They're supposed to use to maintain the highways and bring services to remote villages. He says it's all part of a corrupt system that perpetuates poverty and allows rampant gang violence, and that's what's driving demolish out of their homeland. I wanna get Mr. Trump can close the border whenever he wants to Olinda par concludes. But the people will keep crossing they have a lot of desire to overcome.

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"san salvador" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"You got forty five dollars. We need more people from Norway right because they're gonna come. And what are what are they gonna contribute people from? No. But you don't want people from Guatemala from on doers from San Salvador, El Salvador, Mexico. You don't want people from those countries, but you won't people from Norway and Finland and Sweden. That's what you want. Right. That's ridiculous. You know? That's ridiculous. Right. Would and you and your feeding into the gut you know, that most people who are illegal. Let me let me let me help you. Let me school you for most people who are illegal in this country are those who came your own legal visas and remained here in overstay their visa. Do you research brass do research? Stay legal. Okay. So that your Norwegians that's your Finnish Swedish as your British. I mean, yes, it is. Brought do you research? And then holler at me about this right now. Yeah. Well, this this time to go. You'll time one of one point then they want to denigrate the police and the police. Louder decided to denigrate the police, and I hear you you just whining about it too. Hey. Four forty nine two two seven zero three Robert go home. I see another side of the break on radio. On news talk thirteen. W A. Okay..

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"san salvador" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Mind. One eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five. Let me do the lead story. I believe wasn't this. Columbus Day just past Monday. It was Columbus Day, and you know, the revisionists have demonized Columbus at the academic level, and these indoctrination will centers, we commonly call colleges they have demonize Columbus, and they have made him this evil person. But thank God for individuals who go and do honest research, and you know, we ought to listen to the words of the people people are talking about sometimes because they can tell you better than anyone else what they stood for and what they were about. And so here we go. We're going to read the words of Columbus. And again from my favorite quote book by William J Federer, and that's American God and country encyclopedia of quotations. And it says this. You know in reference to Columbus and what Columbus had in his log or diary as he was recording his experiences as he was searching for that new route to the east far east. And here's what Lincoln not Lincoln, Columbus, Christopher Columbus has in his own diary, December twenty four th fourteen ninety two your highness may believe that in all the world there can be no better. But gentle people your highness should feel great joy because presently presently. They will be Christians and instructed in the good manners of your realms for a better people. There cannot be on earth and both people and land in such quantity. That I don't know how to write it. Now. This is Columbus writing back to Queen believe it is Bella reporting. What he's discovering in. What was happening? All right. I pick up to quote here from page. One nineteen what Christopher Columbus said. Now, you notice in that paragraph because presently they will be Christians one of one of his great motivations was to bring them into the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. Let us further go not this is what Columbus said he was about to business. I I'll in Columbus landed on he christened San Salvador, defers island that Christopher Columbus landed on he named it. San salvador. Do y'all know what San Salvador means? I know some of you, do San Salvador means wholly save you. And San Salvador, Latin and English translated holy savior. Whenever you see. San Francisco zen Santa Monica. That's prefixed saying holy. So all folks in California who so anti-god needed to get to SEM off the name of your city of because the means holding and he goes on all this is again, Columbus, all Lord almighty and everlasting God by the holy word are has created the heaven and the earth and the sea blessed and glorified be thy name and praise. Be to that majesty which has designed to us you designed to us to use us rather. I'm sorry designed to use us. The humble servant that thou. Holy name may be proclaimed in this part of the earth. The thing that I want you to get his what motivates this man, he he is about the business of promoting. The name of the Lord Jesus Christ as they landed on the island. Columbus had his men erect a large wooden cross as a token of Jesus Christ our Lord and in honor of the Christian faith, according to Columbus, personal log his purpose in seeking undiscovered worlds was to the following bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to the heathens and bring the word of God to the unknown coastline. That's what Christopher Columbus said. He was about. So when you listen to all these individuals who want to demonize them and say he was racist. He was he was at that. It was Columbus testimony that he was trying to find a new world for the glory of God and the promoting of Jesus Christ. All right, brotherly and melt, and we're going to head on down the highway got a loaded agenda here today. Got a lot of stuff. We want to talk about I've got a few things that I'm highlighted in red. I'm going to try to address that tremendous article they had on in the free press last Sunday. It was a very sobering. Excuse me, a very sobering. Article H I V rates up for young blacks, gays and by sexual and it was a two page. Fool to page stories on the app epidemic in Detroit area regarding H I V rates, and it was very disturbing. I read it in its entirety. And I'm going to try to highlight some of the points that were made again the.

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Alibaba's Jack Ma to unveil succession plan next week, remain chairman

Financial Issues

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Alibaba's Jack Ma to unveil succession plan next week, remain chairman

"The billionaire, Jack Ma is step. Down from the chairmanship of Alibaba one of the world's biggest internet companies his Roger Walker Alibaba began life as a business to business marketplace. It's now worth more than four hundred billion dollars with interests spanning online selling Hollywood film production and cloud computing. The New York Times reports that Mr. Ma will leave the Alibaba chairman seat on Monday, but remain on the board of directors. He told the newspaper that his retirement was not the end, but the beginning of an era, a former English teacher with a personal net wealth of more than forty billion dollars is expected to set up a foundation to promote.

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"san salvador" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Listen to this story by foot from san salvador i guess it is or or l l guatemala or el guacamole i don't know which one of those countries twenty three hundred miles by foot and it took them three weeks to do this this is a ten year old boy and a sevenyearold boy and his mother can you walk one hundred ten miles a day for three weeks through mountains through rivers streams and desert where did they get the food where did they get their water and i it's impossible for these two people now once they got the united states and we're separated temporarily the mother obviously she's well connected is not only suing the donald trump administration she's suing according to the news casts several government agents sir sir well it's all this is all set up and i'm telling you george soros in the big hollywood arrogant elitist and you know the crowd they put all this money they're in cahoots with pelosi they're in cahoots with maxine waters this is all scripted and they of course we knew it was coming on down the road because they kept showing it where they were all hauling around riding onto trains the mexican federales made sure they had safe passage and of course the coyotes the border patrols they were reporting it the other night on fox news was either laura ingram sean hannity this is a billion dollar industry smuggling these people into the country and opa the way they bring in a lot of drugs and these drugs are killing american citizens and a lot of american children but mainstream media won't report that they blame the drug problem on the damn doctors in the pharmacy goals and then now these kids i seen pictures were there in these these places with chain link fence separating them giving them some sort of separation they are clean beautiful beds beautiful mattresses and and and the reporters are saying and they have they have these sheets for covers that are made out of velcro or something and the kids are playing game boys they're eating good food there watching tv they taking bats they have clean clothes the while we have four hundred thousand foster kids around the country i know in my town here in las vegas we don't have any money for the foster programs and that's the same in every county probably around the country so we are taking care of hundreds of thousands of illegal people and their kids all across the united states and we are neglecting our own kids we we don't provide any funding and the fake media showed these kids in these cages what they forgot to do in the original time one say this happened in two thousand fourteen yeah under obama's watch when he would not let the media onto the military bases to check on the welfare of these kids so b o started this program i call them i like eagle i don't wanna talk about him anymore i don't wanna talk about hillary anymore but he started this stuff and the fake news media it's is so into themselves on how they're trying to destroy president trump they are all in you know as you saying poker all in they are all in and i think they're going to go bust big time hey jd i'll let you fly man thanks for the good call on i appreciate all your input.

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"san salvador" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"The you know the the terni want the some on you know went to college online because this guy's an attorney so he's able to do his diligence and he found out the guy law school a guy went to was online and this is what he does he takes folks that are here illegally mixed their story up with the car had to be towed but it wasn't towed with now you talk to the doctor make sure she's wearing a neck brace and so on and so forth and then they go after the insurance company to the tune of two million bucks and i'm always the same way which i just look at them and go why would you do this why would you be attorney i don't get it what would going to school for four years for college then going for three more law school then the most hellacious thing is studying for taking bath in the bar and then this is this is what you do is you're the sum total of your legacy and i know people go hey there's good money i get it there's good money in human trafficking there's good mon good money and poaching ivory on rhino horns there's good more money and coyote ing in illegals from san salvador good money money to go pick up people from the caravan but but is there no moral is in no no moral compass in you that goes this is what you know what he's doing is scam it's it's money grab it's it's like these lawyers who represent the guy with the disability to go into your bathroom until you there's no towel bar no grandpa in the shitter but it is certain point don't they have kids like what did they tell their kids they do for a living what what is this like like my fantasies i find these guys parents and i just spit on the ground i never stopped spitting i just look at him i spit on the ground ago my god.

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"san salvador" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The the reason i ask as i'm wondering how many people like you really are true catholics and for some reason i stuck with the sky have to support him because you know you just mentioned something the the jesuits to come just jesuits alone are are very very progressive left wing communist but out of south america in particular they they were so instrumental i would argue and i it to say it but in getting people killed by doing the things they did such that a lot of people from the conservative side brought military hit squads are out to take them out just wouldn't wouldn't let up because the countries didn't wanna go communist it was like they were fighting an anticommunist revolution the people on the right were vilified that that's exactly what was going on in el salvador san salvador nicaragua and actually worked but for the communists but no i i don't get it i don how is this even happen i don't know all i know as the cardinals elected them and here we have well the he's not a stupid man he he's a smart guys educated guy and he's got to know just by that alone that he's living ally but he's got no by that alone the truth is is that capitalism has done more to aid the the the let's say the welfare of humanity throughout the entire world than any other system in history of mankind i know what do you ever talk about this with your priest yup do we've got a priest that is from ireland and you said you know we have to follow the folk piece of representative of christ and well you have tall christ but this but does he ever does he know how left wing this pope is and that he supports it he knows he is left wing does he support that he actually said i support dinners you say even though i don't support it myself we still have to go along because he's the pope is that.

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"san salvador" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is doing a nice job right now chase anderson is doing a nice job right now it's just there's not a lot to worry about with this team part of that does have to do with the fact that who they're playing their last three series have been against some really bad teams in cincinnati miami and kansas city it's almost sad looking at the royals they're five and seventeen here's a team that went to the world series and back to back years one one of those world series and they've still got some guys on that team that were part of it and you know mike moussaka san salvador perez but they're just a man they look different that is a that is a different place right now is they kind of go through a rebuild process again and that does happen at times where where you just have to do that but it's a look the birds are in good shape right now they've won eight games all you can do is beat the teams that are on your schedule and they absolutely have defeated those teams we're going to learn more about this team coming up this weekend because they've got a series against chicago and i know the cubs have yet to get going themselves the cubs are a game over five hundred eleven and ten right now four of the five teams in the nfl central are above five hundred the cubs are in fourth place with an above five hundred record that's how good this division is and right now the central has a pretty good chance of being a three playoff team division if you look at the west as well with the dodgers the rockies and the diamondbacks as that's a that's a good group and don't don't sit on the giants either but this top three and the nfl central i'm not counting pittsburgh there i'll fall off this top three minus pittsburgh plus the cubs of the brewers cardinals and cubs that's a that's a pretty good group inside of one division john is in kenosha he has given us a.

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"san salvador" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The landscape of talk radio rising to the top of the pack what about our nation you're going to let them become citizens even though they're illegal even though they broke the law you know that many of them are on our welfare system you don't many more will go on and you're gonna tell me you're worried more about el salvador and about the san salvador and you are about america i said by definition you ought to be deported this was not cookie cutter radio this was something different from catcher in the rye to catch up on the fly in two generations starlets to harlech preachers to breach earns athletes the sex leads rabbis the sandflies boy scouts the toy scouts girl scouts scouts from the eagle to the beagle into generations from detail dd so influential even the liberal media named him the godfather of trump a mania donald trump used the savage nation as a sounding board what would you do if you're president first day what would you do with putin to stop this these wardrums i winter november eight i think i could see myself meeting with putin and meeting was brush your prior to the start of the administration i think it'd be wild we an amazing that's an amazing new story member of the national radio hall of fame.

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"san salvador" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They have been now for two years at the same time there's something really genuine in what these guys are are saying which is they didn't want to be part of his life in the first place and now for the first time they feel like they have an opportunity to get out what do you think these pentecostal churches are offering that the catholic church hasn't been able to offer because they've also been working in the space for a long time the thing that the pentecostal churches have in addition to access because there are so many of them they pop up sort of in holes in the walls and these little slums the other thing they have going for them is the by the bootstraps emphasis on individual transformation so these gang members feel like they've really been marginalized from mainstream society and for whatever reason the catholic church has symbolized that for them as well on the other hand the pentecostal churches tell you you don't need to know the bible in and out all you have to do is is show up and sincerely believe and believe that you can change and the other thing is really feel that they've had strong transformations that hit them all of a sudden in the prisons for the most part that belief of a come to jesus moment has i think impacted a lot of them what is the government's response to this are they supporting the churches so far that hasn't happened and for the most part the government has ignored what's happening and even gone after the guys who have left their gang ties in one case it's a tiny church in the middle of san salvador where about half a dozen ex gang members recently out of prison live together and make a pittance of living selling brand in the community and more than once the police have barged in and arrested several of them and it's also important to mention that there are no government programs to rehabilitate gang members the security minister himself told me that by law there's no difference between die he's in the gang and a guy who's left the.

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"san salvador" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They have been now for two years at the same time there's something really genuine in what these guys are are saying which is they didn't want to be part of this life in the first place and now for the first time they feel like they have an opportunity to get out what do you think these pentecostal churches are offering that the catholic church hasn't been able to offer because they've also been working in the space for a long time the thing that the pentecostal churches have in addition to access because there's so many of them they pop up sort of in holes in the walls and these little slums the other thing they have going for them is the by the bootstrap rops emphasis on individual transformation so these gang members feel like they've really been marginalized from mainstream society and for whatever reason the catholic church has symbolized that for them as well on the other hand the pentecostal churches tell you you don't need to know the bible in and out all you have to do is is show up and sincerely believe and believe that you can change and the other thing is these guys really feel that they've had strong transformations that hit them all of a sudden in the prisons for the most part that belief of a come to jesus moment has i think impacted a lot of them what is the government's response to this so they supporting the churches so far that hasn't happened and for the most part the government has ignored what's happening and even gone after the guys who have left their gang ties in one case it's a tie tiny in the middle of san salvador where about half a dozen ex gang members recently out of prison live together and make a pittance of a living selling bread in the community and more than once the police have barged in and arrested several of them and you know it's also important to mention that there are no government programs to rehabilitate gang members the security minister himself told me that by law there's no difference between a guy who's in the gang and a guy who's left the gang sarah estra maslin is a reporter for the economist thank you so much thank you for nearly three years ethiopia has faced unrelenting antigovernment protests it's the most serious threat to the.

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"san salvador" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The abc news outlets this is what they do they leave off some critical piece of news which makes everybody's everybody who's not taking the time to question it get angry angry for example today the san salvador issue older thing is uh el salvador i service okay but they've got only until september in then they have to be gone i heard on one station that they had to be gone or make arrangements to become citizens slow wasn't that two thousand one when that happened in they were here for temporary emergency relief we don't you think if you like the country in wanted to continued to stay here that in seventeen years you would make arrangements to become a citizen i did see last night on one of the news channels linda that drive down the street from the president el salvadoran gangs are committed unspeakable violence and frankly the el salvador policy is a continuation of the policy that ended for the haitians if you're here temporarily temporarily doesn't mean as you put it seventeen years uh so you're right they're only parts of our only parts of the story are presented let's see what the republican party does with all of this stuff time to talk to the let's catch up with a chairwoman of the rnc ronna romney mcdaniel she's gonna join us knacks and i'm going to ask her about all of us including the book and what the rnc has to do to stave off a possible oprah canada's even though she sheen oprah seems to be downplaying that now ronna romney mcdaniel joins us next here on this tuesday edition of the mike gallagher and you think we can do you're listening to my gallagher one valley strong.

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"san salvador" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"A recipe wrap with your copy energized air laid out harsh brown all the guy out salt the verdy at all that much in foul weather pico to guy alive beans means be boot peak of the rooster research let's because go a guy that is of those the other thing i had at their drew the you would appreciate that is just not on par here is is the pizza i mean if pizza tasted like it does up north and i would add everyday too yeah that's amazing of there i crunch crunchy and you i'm sorry what did you say about a mexican wraps are you want to hear joe judge roderico swat it what about mexican okay thanks said mexican rap they think of gerardo i really have drugs otherwise is gonna come up with russia russian gerardo is ecuadorian peruvian chilean el salvadorian sell san salvador called us how do we managed to be so apiece down here all the good food is up there that's what i'm saying high fat content via you said the pizza in the last thing he said was the crisp well there was little heavy any ovens no no i don't know what it is but i can tell you i had a slice on the jer in the jersey shore hillary walked wasted is now i give it up i dream about badmouthing every other pizza as earlier i'm just telling you it's got a certain essence as what is that certain what is that what is what is there a certain jittasevi wafi will i finally do it here whatever that is it's the water obviously in the crowd war like you say you question if i were to go up there and bring the ingredients back including the water could replicate it i don't know all i can say is i be my fair share pizza in my life in the advice that i had in jersey three brothers pizza was one of the.

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"san salvador" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"All right we're we're back after going from that beautiful soft mila music from eddie williams let's go to the reality of what's going on in washington i'm not going to hesitate here because even though i'm been tremendous supported trump and i still lamb more and more people are asking me the way think he's on hinged at his he's good some severe personality traits that i keep saying yes and every time i say i take a look at all these accomplishing a how do you like we wound the stock market by the way and is accomplishments even dna and i'm going to lead right in unit to jeff sessions it's a complement his accomplishments terrific even though chuck schumer regained trying to uh uh just shred the validity of it you can't you can't deny you just can't deny it jeff sessions now was in san salvador going up against which had an third denied horrific brutal young cartel he's doing doing such a great job that mexico will right now this is really interesting mexico owes us a debt of gratitude because it's becoming more and more apparent that mexican illegals trying to cross the border are not just not coming because they've gotten word about what will happen but how is this help mexico it's help mexico because a lot of these illegals come across from guatemala in other central american companies are countries you know like san salvador and the there's no motivation for them to go mexico then why go through all the other the distance mexico to get a border so the results are really quite expansive and i could continue to go on and on and on here about them and i have having trouble coming to grips with a couple of things the more than a couple but it's like a couple of day history minute jeff sessions it's just frankly it's deplorable not going to get into a psychological analysis about how trump doesn't have the courage of his convictions to play you people why would you fight jeff sessions first while the attorney general is not as selected a nominated in proved to be the the arsenal attorney for the president let you look at let's look at this from the law and let's look at what jeff sessions said when he went through his interrogation in the.

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"san salvador" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"san salvador" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"People who would be uninsured next year than under obamacare like fifteen million more people who i don't know how that works exactly the when all you're doing is repealing the mandate i don't know how they figure it out well here's the deal one one of the things is if all you do is repeal the mandate then of course you're going to have fewer people insured right those are the people who choose not to have it anymore because they're not under a mandate to have it it's not even be a negative because those people are choosing not to be insured i would think that the people who are pushing for this repeal would i agree that they wanna give residents as much choice as possible including the choice not to have it right so in any event that happened and there's my questioned the vote ended like really early in the morning eastern time lights you're there will cast their bed today have to be back at work at eight well they should a oughta be now will they be i there's going to be a lot of senators calling in biman around town in colombia when we're here they need to be there no we need to do an audit of the time card punch spoken like a true operations manager now what is going to happen between donald trump and jeff sessions it's the crash his staff i had the clock is ticking for somebody to do something because trump has been savaging jeff sessions in social media and apparently behind the scenes and don't you think sessions is is take he's he's dealing with this exactly as it should be he's being gracious yes he's being taught he's not fighting back is letting everybody else fightback like linde grit lindsey graham who said there's going to be only l if trump removed sessions he was down in san salvador because they're trying to get some cooperation from el salvador against the ms thirteen gang and they of course asked him about trump bathe your high trump hate.

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