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Jorge Ramos Y Su Banda
Estrellas aún buscan grandeza en Barcelona y Real Madrid

Jorge Ramos Y Su Banda

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 172:42


En este episodio de Jorge Ramos y su Banda se analizan los cambios en la información que llega en relación a la situación de Kylian Mbapeé y su decisión de ir al Real Madrid o quedarse en el PSG y el consenso es que el astro francés se ha comportado a la altura ante toda la ola de rumores. En la Liga MX, el mejor análisis del duelo de ida en la Semifinal que ganó Atlas con marcador de 3-0 sobre Tigres y la situación actual en Cruz Azul tras el anuncio de la salida del DT peruano Juan Reynoso. No te pierdas las entrevistas exclusivas con la Banda de Diego Vázquez y con Diego Alonso, DTs de Honduras y Uruguay, respectivamente.

Conclusiones
¿Por qué algunos países intentan boicotear la Cumbre de las Américas?

Conclusiones

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 40:42


La Cumbre de las Américas se ve opacada por las amenazas y condicionamientos de varios líderes de la región. Guatemala ya confirmó que no asistirá. De esta manera, se suma a otros países como México, Honduras y Bolivia que han condicionado su presencia en el evento a la participación de todos los países de la región, incluyendo a Cuba, Venezuela y Nicaragua. ¿Debería Biden extender la invitación a sus homólogos Díaz-Canel, Maduro y Ortega? Stephen McFarland, exembajador de EE.UU. en Guatemala, y Arturo McFields, exembajador de Nicaragua ante la OEA, responden en Conclusiones.  Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad

CBN.com - 700 Club Interactive - Video Podcast
700 Club Interactive - May 19, 2022

CBN.com - 700 Club Interactive - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 25:19


Taylor Cain Matz developed a mysterious illness upon returning from a missions trip in Honduras that left her with a possible lifetime treatment of dialysis. Her family and God had other plans.

CBN.com - Spiritual Life - Video Podcast
700 Club Interactive - May 19, 2022

CBN.com - Spiritual Life - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 25:19


Taylor Cain Matz developed a mysterious illness upon returning from a missions trip in Honduras that left her with a possible lifetime treatment of dialysis. Her family and God had other plans.

CBN.com - 700 Club Interactive - Video Podcast
700 Club Interactive - May 19, 2022

CBN.com - 700 Club Interactive - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 25:19


Taylor Cain Matz developed a mysterious illness upon returning from a missions trip in Honduras that left her with a possible lifetime treatment of dialysis. Her family and God had other plans.

CBN.com - Spiritual Life - Video Podcast
700 Club Interactive - May 19, 2022

CBN.com - Spiritual Life - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 25:19


Taylor Cain Matz developed a mysterious illness upon returning from a missions trip in Honduras that left her with a possible lifetime treatment of dialysis. Her family and God had other plans.

KZYX Public Affairs
Universal Perspectives: Iraq War Veteran and Photojournalist Joel Preston Smith

KZYX Public Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 52:26


May 12, 2022--Host Chris Skyhawk talks with Joel Preston Smith, an Iraq war veteran, and a photo-journalist who has used his skills on numerous humanitarian missions in such places as Honduras, Palestine, Rwanda, and Standing Rock. He is the author of numerous books on wide-ranging subjects , such as politics, the environment, and emerging social orders.

New Books in Latin American Studies
Irune del Rio Gabiola, "Affect, Ecofeminism, and Intersectional Struggles in Latin America: A Tribute to Berta Cáceres" (Peter Lang, 2020)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 65:07


In Affect, Ecofeminism, and Intersectional Struggles in Latin America: A Tribute to Berta Cáceres (Peter Lang, 2020), Irune del Rio Gabiola examines the power of affect in structuring decolonizing modes of resistance performed by social movements such as COPINH (Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras). Despite a harsh legacy of colonialism, indigenous communities continue suffering from territorial displacements, dispossession, and human rights abuses due to extractivist projects that are violently destroying their land and, therefore, the environment. In particular, the Lenca communities in Honduras have been negatively affected by Western ideas of progress and development that have historically eliminated ancestral knowledges and indigenous ecological cosmologies while reinforcing Eurocentrism. Nevertheless, by reflecting on and articulating strategies for resisting neoliberalism, COPINH and its cofounder Berta Cáceres' commitment to environmental activism, ecofeminism, and intersectional struggles has contributed affectively and effectively to the production of democratic encounters in pursuit of social justice. In homage to Berta, who was brutally assassinated for her activism in 2016, this book takes the reader on an affective journey departing from the violent affects experienced by the Lencas due to colonial disruption, contemporary industrialization, and criminalization, towards COPINH's political and social intervention fueled by outrage, resistance, transnational solidarity, care, mourning, and hope. In this way, subaltern actors nurture the power to--in line with Brian Massumi's interpretation of affect--transform necropolitics into natality with the aim of creating a fairer and better world The host, Elize Mazadiego, is a Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow at the University of Amsterdam and author of Dematerialization and the Social Materiality of Art: Experimental Forms in Argentina, 1955-1968 (Brill, 2021). She works on Modern and Contemporary art, with a specialization in Latin American art history.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books Network
Irune Gabiola, "Affect, Ecofeminism, and Intersectional Struggles in Latin America: A Tribute to Berta Cáceres" (Peter Lang, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 65:07


In Affect, Ecofeminism, and Intersectional Struggles in Latin America: A Tribute to Berta Cáceres (Peter Lang, 2020), Irune del Rio Gabiola examines the power of affect in structuring decolonizing modes of resistance performed by social movements such as COPINH (Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras). Despite a harsh legacy of colonialism, indigenous communities continue suffering from territorial displacements, dispossession, and human rights abuses due to extractivist projects that are violently destroying their land and, therefore, the environment. In particular, the Lenca communities in Honduras have been negatively affected by Western ideas of progress and development that have historically eliminated ancestral knowledges and indigenous ecological cosmologies while reinforcing Eurocentrism. Nevertheless, by reflecting on and articulating strategies for resisting neoliberalism, COPINH and its cofounder Berta Cáceres' commitment to environmental activism, ecofeminism, and intersectional struggles has contributed affectively and effectively to the production of democratic encounters in pursuit of social justice. In homage to Berta, who was brutally assassinated for her activism in 2016, this book takes the reader on an affective journey departing from the violent affects experienced by the Lencas due to colonial disruption, contemporary industrialization, and criminalization, towards COPINH's political and social intervention fueled by outrage, resistance, transnational solidarity, care, mourning, and hope. In this way, subaltern actors nurture the power to--in line with Brian Massumi's interpretation of affect--transform necropolitics into natality with the aim of creating a fairer and better world The host, Elize Mazadiego, is a Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow at the University of Amsterdam and author of Dematerialization and the Social Materiality of Art: Experimental Forms in Argentina, 1955-1968 (Brill, 2021). She works on Modern and Contemporary art, with a specialization in Latin American art history.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Critical Theory
Irune Gabiola, "Affect, Ecofeminism, and Intersectional Struggles in Latin America: A Tribute to Berta Cáceres" (Peter Lang, 2020)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 65:07


In Affect, Ecofeminism, and Intersectional Struggles in Latin America: A Tribute to Berta Cáceres (Peter Lang, 2020), Irune del Rio Gabiola examines the power of affect in structuring decolonizing modes of resistance performed by social movements such as COPINH (Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras). Despite a harsh legacy of colonialism, indigenous communities continue suffering from territorial displacements, dispossession, and human rights abuses due to extractivist projects that are violently destroying their land and, therefore, the environment. In particular, the Lenca communities in Honduras have been negatively affected by Western ideas of progress and development that have historically eliminated ancestral knowledges and indigenous ecological cosmologies while reinforcing Eurocentrism. Nevertheless, by reflecting on and articulating strategies for resisting neoliberalism, COPINH and its cofounder Berta Cáceres' commitment to environmental activism, ecofeminism, and intersectional struggles has contributed affectively and effectively to the production of democratic encounters in pursuit of social justice. In homage to Berta, who was brutally assassinated for her activism in 2016, this book takes the reader on an affective journey departing from the violent affects experienced by the Lencas due to colonial disruption, contemporary industrialization, and criminalization, towards COPINH's political and social intervention fueled by outrage, resistance, transnational solidarity, care, mourning, and hope. In this way, subaltern actors nurture the power to--in line with Brian Massumi's interpretation of affect--transform necropolitics into natality with the aim of creating a fairer and better world The host, Elize Mazadiego, is a Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow at the University of Amsterdam and author of Dematerialization and the Social Materiality of Art: Experimental Forms in Argentina, 1955-1968 (Brill, 2021). She works on Modern and Contemporary art, with a specialization in Latin American art history.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in Environmental Studies
Irune Gabiola, "Affect, Ecofeminism, and Intersectional Struggles in Latin America: A Tribute to Berta Cáceres" (Peter Lang, 2020)

New Books in Environmental Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 65:07


In Affect, Ecofeminism, and Intersectional Struggles in Latin America: A Tribute to Berta Cáceres (Peter Lang, 2020), Irune del Rio Gabiola examines the power of affect in structuring decolonizing modes of resistance performed by social movements such as COPINH (Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras). Despite a harsh legacy of colonialism, indigenous communities continue suffering from territorial displacements, dispossession, and human rights abuses due to extractivist projects that are violently destroying their land and, therefore, the environment. In particular, the Lenca communities in Honduras have been negatively affected by Western ideas of progress and development that have historically eliminated ancestral knowledges and indigenous ecological cosmologies while reinforcing Eurocentrism. Nevertheless, by reflecting on and articulating strategies for resisting neoliberalism, COPINH and its cofounder Berta Cáceres' commitment to environmental activism, ecofeminism, and intersectional struggles has contributed affectively and effectively to the production of democratic encounters in pursuit of social justice. In homage to Berta, who was brutally assassinated for her activism in 2016, this book takes the reader on an affective journey departing from the violent affects experienced by the Lencas due to colonial disruption, contemporary industrialization, and criminalization, towards COPINH's political and social intervention fueled by outrage, resistance, transnational solidarity, care, mourning, and hope. In this way, subaltern actors nurture the power to--in line with Brian Massumi's interpretation of affect--transform necropolitics into natality with the aim of creating a fairer and better world The host, Elize Mazadiego, is a Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow at the University of Amsterdam and author of Dematerialization and the Social Materiality of Art: Experimental Forms in Argentina, 1955-1968 (Brill, 2021). She works on Modern and Contemporary art, with a specialization in Latin American art history.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies

New Books in Native American Studies
Irune Gabiola, "Affect, Ecofeminism, and Intersectional Struggles in Latin America: A Tribute to Berta Cáceres" (Peter Lang, 2020)

New Books in Native American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 65:07


In Affect, Ecofeminism, and Intersectional Struggles in Latin America: A Tribute to Berta Cáceres (Peter Lang, 2020), Irune del Rio Gabiola examines the power of affect in structuring decolonizing modes of resistance performed by social movements such as COPINH (Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras). Despite a harsh legacy of colonialism, indigenous communities continue suffering from territorial displacements, dispossession, and human rights abuses due to extractivist projects that are violently destroying their land and, therefore, the environment. In particular, the Lenca communities in Honduras have been negatively affected by Western ideas of progress and development that have historically eliminated ancestral knowledges and indigenous ecological cosmologies while reinforcing Eurocentrism. Nevertheless, by reflecting on and articulating strategies for resisting neoliberalism, COPINH and its cofounder Berta Cáceres' commitment to environmental activism, ecofeminism, and intersectional struggles has contributed affectively and effectively to the production of democratic encounters in pursuit of social justice. In homage to Berta, who was brutally assassinated for her activism in 2016, this book takes the reader on an affective journey departing from the violent affects experienced by the Lencas due to colonial disruption, contemporary industrialization, and criminalization, towards COPINH's political and social intervention fueled by outrage, resistance, transnational solidarity, care, mourning, and hope. In this way, subaltern actors nurture the power to--in line with Brian Massumi's interpretation of affect--transform necropolitics into natality with the aim of creating a fairer and better world The host, Elize Mazadiego, is a Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow at the University of Amsterdam and author of Dematerialization and the Social Materiality of Art: Experimental Forms in Argentina, 1955-1968 (Brill, 2021). She works on Modern and Contemporary art, with a specialization in Latin American art history.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/native-american-studies

New Books in Gender Studies
Irune Gabiola, "Affect, Ecofeminism, and Intersectional Struggles in Latin America: A Tribute to Berta Cáceres" (Peter Lang, 2020)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 65:07


In Affect, Ecofeminism, and Intersectional Struggles in Latin America: A Tribute to Berta Cáceres (Peter Lang, 2020), Irune del Rio Gabiola examines the power of affect in structuring decolonizing modes of resistance performed by social movements such as COPINH (Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras). Despite a harsh legacy of colonialism, indigenous communities continue suffering from territorial displacements, dispossession, and human rights abuses due to extractivist projects that are violently destroying their land and, therefore, the environment. In particular, the Lenca communities in Honduras have been negatively affected by Western ideas of progress and development that have historically eliminated ancestral knowledges and indigenous ecological cosmologies while reinforcing Eurocentrism. Nevertheless, by reflecting on and articulating strategies for resisting neoliberalism, COPINH and its cofounder Berta Cáceres' commitment to environmental activism, ecofeminism, and intersectional struggles has contributed affectively and effectively to the production of democratic encounters in pursuit of social justice. In homage to Berta, who was brutally assassinated for her activism in 2016, this book takes the reader on an affective journey departing from the violent affects experienced by the Lencas due to colonial disruption, contemporary industrialization, and criminalization, towards COPINH's political and social intervention fueled by outrage, resistance, transnational solidarity, care, mourning, and hope. In this way, subaltern actors nurture the power to--in line with Brian Massumi's interpretation of affect--transform necropolitics into natality with the aim of creating a fairer and better world The host, Elize Mazadiego, is a Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow at the University of Amsterdam and author of Dematerialization and the Social Materiality of Art: Experimental Forms in Argentina, 1955-1968 (Brill, 2021). She works on Modern and Contemporary art, with a specialization in Latin American art history.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

Advanced Spanish Latino
Advanced Spanish Latino - 283 - International news from a Spanish perspective

Advanced Spanish Latino

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 6:59


El crypto crash amenaza con hundir a El Salvador Colón se declara en huelga contra el abandono Argentina celebra una década de reconocimiento de la identidad de género El apellido Marcos regresa al poder en Filipinas La leyenda de Bob Dylan ya tiene su santuario

Rural Health Leadership Radio™
299: A Conversation with Patrick Ritter

Rural Health Leadership Radio™

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 20:17


The financial environment in healthcare is constantly changing and can have even more fluctuation in rural healthcare. This week we're having a conversation with Patrick Ritter about the financial side of rural healthcare, now and in the future. "I do think it's exciting about how the smaller facilities can tailor and move quickly into the needs that they see in the community to provide healthcare." ~Patrick Ritter Patrick Ritter became the Chief Financial Officer in December 2019. He has over 20 years in healthcare and leadership experience working in several organizations within the Snoqualmie Valley. He joined the District on September 1, 2004, as Clinic Billing Manager and became Revenue Cycle Director in May 2014. He has a BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Operations Management from the University of Washington and an MBA in Healthcare Management from Western Governors University. Patrick resides in North Bend with his wife Tricia and two daughters and enjoys serving in mission work in Honduras, traveling, and spending time with his family. For more than 10 years, he served as a board member for Summit Classical Christian School, Fall City, Wash.

Beyond The Horizon
The Narco Matron of Honduras Has Been Arrested (5/17/22)

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 14:07


Herlinda Bobidilla and her family have been at the helm of a vast narcotics empire in Honduras for decades. Her and her family moved thousands of pounds of drugs into America and elsewhere with no regard for anything but profit. That all came crashing down in the mountains of Honduras as the police took her into custody after a firefight that claimed the life of one her sons. (commercial at 9:31)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/matriarch-accused-of-leading-drug-clan-captured/ar-AAXkFK2?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=a06d70e20d39443eecf6ff7fa7785d25

Jose Victor Dugand
AMOR EXTRAVAGANTE | José Víctor Dugand

Jose Victor Dugand

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 37:35


José Víctor Dugand llevan más de 20 años sirviendo a Dios y aman la ciudad de Miami. Su pasión es levantar una nueva generación que conoce y ama apasionadamente a Jesús y equipar para que pueda transformar el mundo con el amor y la verdad de Dios. Pastor fundador de Ekklesia Family y apóstol de Ekklesia en New York, Katy, Honduras, Bogotá y Manizales.

Jose Victor Dugand
ACT 3: Una vida nueva | José Víctor Dugand

Jose Victor Dugand

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 42:09


José Víctor Dugand llevan más de 20 años sirviendo a Dios y aman la ciudad de Miami. Su pasión es levantar una nueva generación que conoce y ama apasionadamente a Jesús y equipar para que pueda transformar el mundo con el amor y la verdad de Dios. Pastor fundador de Ekklesia Family y apóstol de Ekklesia en New York, Katy, Honduras, Bogotá y Manizales.

Jose Victor Dugand
ACT 2: El camino de la muerte | José Víctor Dugand

Jose Victor Dugand

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 42:55


José Víctor Dugand llevan más de 20 años sirviendo a Dios y aman la ciudad de Miami. Su pasión es levantar una nueva generación que conoce y ama apasionadamente a Jesús y equipar para que pueda transformar el mundo con el amor y la verdad de Dios. Pastor fundador de Ekklesia Family y apóstol de Ekklesia en New York, Katy, Honduras, Bogotá y Manizales.

Jose Victor Dugand
ACT 1: El Dilema Humano | José Víctor Dugand

Jose Victor Dugand

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 34:58


José Víctor Dugand llevan más de 20 años sirviendo a Dios y aman la ciudad de Miami. Su pasión es levantar una nueva generación que conoce y ama apasionadamente a Jesús y equipar para que pueda transformar el mundo con el amor y la verdad de Dios. Pastor fundador de Ekklesia Family y apóstol de Ekklesia en New York, Katy, Honduras, Bogotá y Manizales.

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
May 16-1: Follow the money, StraightPath, Csurgo, Honduras Tigre Bonilla affidavit; Hezbollah trial & elex; #Ukraine McD out, Citi in, UN failing

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 2:14


VLOG: Follow the money, StraightPath, Csurgo, Honduras Tigre Bonilla affidavit; Hezbollah trial & elex; #Ukraine McD out, Citi in, UN failing

From Tip to Tail, a Podcast Dedicated to Animal Welfare
Feeding The Way To Change: Fundación Perros Sin Nombre

From Tip to Tail, a Podcast Dedicated to Animal Welfare

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 39:51


The streets of Honduras are filled with anonymous dogs waiting for someone to notice them and find out their names. Diana Gutierrez has made this her mission.Diana is the founder and president of Fundación Perros Sin Nombre. She joins us today to talk about how she started from the simple, yet powerful idea of tackling the starvation issue with animal food dispensaries, to starting the foundation, and traveling while educating communities about vaccination and sterilization, and offering medical help to those in the most critical conditions.Fundación Perros Sin Nombre is a 501 c (3) foundation dedicated to improving the quality of life of street animals through the implementation of comprehensive population control programs, nutrition, adoption, and social responsibility. Topics Include:- How Fundación Perros Sin Nombre started- Educating the community about rescues- The difficulties of running the foundation in Honduras- Remotely managing the foundation and her team- The process of setting up and maintaining the food dispensaries- Their particular process of naming the dogs- The importance of family support- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:https://perrossinnombre.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3I9FmYiWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – podcast@cuddly.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com

Moms in Prayer Podcast
Episode 205 - Hope for the Mom Facing Uncertainty with Emilia Frech de Alberto

Moms in Prayer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 29:16


“The choices Naomi and Ruth make can be seen as a picture of how we can respond to God's invitation to stay where we are in sin or stake all our future on Him.”  Oh how we pray our children will make the choice to stake all on Jesus!  Today Stacy talks with our wonderful Moms in Prayer International Regional Coordinator of Honduras, Emilia Frech de Alberto as we continue our Moms in the Bible series. She is here to share on our next Bible mom, a favorite of many, Ruth.  Listen in as Emilia encourages us to trust our sovereign God who rules in the midst of uncertain times.  ABOUT OUR GUEST: Emilia Frech de Alberto has loved to pray since she was very young. For many years, she willingly served with much love and passion as an interpreter for American missionaries living in her country, while she was studying at the University to become an Architect. After graduating, she strongly felt God's call on her life. Doors of opportunity had opened for her to obtain a degree in Practical Theology from Christ for the Nations in Dallas, TX. After several missionary trips, she returned to her country, Honduras. She began to seek God's purpose for her life as her heart had a yearning to be a blessing to her nation; continued working for many years as a teacher and English coordinator in a Christian School and now working from home at a marketing company, also preparing to become a Certified Translator.  In 2014, she pioneered her first Moms in Prayer group at a Bilingual School where she worked as a Spiritual Counselor. In July 2018, she became Area Coordinator and is now transitioning to serve as Regional Coordinator. She is excited to see how God is answering their prayers; her team-leaders are growing and helping her to extend the ministry in every department of Honduras. Emilia and her husband Alex have three sons, Caleb Elias, Afif Josue and Alex David. SCRIPTURES: (NIV unless noted) “Then Boaz said to Ruth, “Now, listen, my daughter, do not go to glean in another field or leave this one, but keep close to my young women.  Let your eyes be on the field that they are reaping, and go after them. Have I not charged the young men not to touch you? And when you are thirsty, go to the vessels and drink what the young men have drawn.” Ruth 2:8-9 (ESV) And now, my daughter, do not fear. I will do for you all that you ask, for all my fellow townsmen know that you are a worthy woman. Ruth 3:11 (ESV) Then King David went in and sat before the Lord, and he said:“Who am I, Sovereign Lord, and what is my family, that you have brought me this far? 2 Samuel 7:18 When he saw the crowds, he had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd.  Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.” Matthew 9:36-38 (ESV) Now may the God of peace, who through the blood of the eternal covenant brought back from the dead our Lord Jesus, that great Shepherd of the sheep, equip you with everything good for doing his will, and may he work in us what is pleasing to him, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen. Hebrews 13:20-21 LINKS: MOMS IN PRAYER New to Moms in Prayer? Find Out More!  PRAY with Moms in Your Community for Your Children Support Our Mission

El Leñero
El Leñero - 3ra. Temporada - Capítulo 15

El Leñero

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 62:54


Primera semana completa el Giro de Italia y todo lo que nos dejó, además tenemos nuevo campeón panamericano... y mucho mucho másTodos los domingos:2Am España, Italia y Francia9pm Argentina, Uruguay y Brasil8pm Bolivia, Cuba, Paraguay, Chile, Venezuela, Dominicana y Puerto Rico7pm Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, México y Panamá6pm Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua

通勤學英語
回顧星期天LBS - 拉丁美洲相關時事趣聞 All about Latin America

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 6:52


Topic: 對現狀不滿拉美從傾右變傾左 Leftists Replacing Right-Wing Leaders Across Latin America   In the final weeks of 2021, Chile and Honduras voted decisively for leftist presidents to replace leaders on the right, extending a significant, multiyear shift across Latin America. 在2021年的最後幾周,智利和宏都拉斯果斷地投票支援 左翼總統取代右翼領導人,延續 了整個拉丁美洲長達數年的重大轉變。 This year, leftist politicians are the favorites to win presidential elections in Colombia and Brazil, taking over from right-wing incumbents, which would put the left and center-left in power in the six largest economies in the region, stretching from Tijuana to Tierra del Fuego. 今年,左翼政客是贏得哥倫比亞和巴西總統選舉的最愛,他們接替了右翼現任者,這將使左翼和中左翼在該地區從蒂華納到火地島的六大經濟體中掌權。 Economic suffering, widening inequality, fervent anti-incumbent sentiment and mismanagement of COVID-19 have all fueled a pendulum swing away from the center-right and right-wing leaders who were dominant a few years ago. 經濟困境、不斷擴大的不平等、狂熱的反現任情緒以及對COVID-19的管理不善,都助長了幾年前佔主導地位的中右翼和右翼領導人的鐘擺擺動。 The left has promised more equitable distribution of wealth, better public services and vastly expanded social safety nets. But the region's new leaders face serious economic constraints and legislative opposition that could restrict their ambitions — and restive voters who have been willing to punish whoever fails to deliver. 左翼承諾更公平地分配財富,提供更好的公共服務,並大大擴展社會安全網。但該地區的新領導人面臨著嚴重的經濟限制和立法反對,這可能會限制他們的野心-以及願意懲罰任何未能兌現承諾的人的不安分選民。 The left's gains could buoy China and undermine the United States as they compete for regional influence, analysts say, with a new crop of Latin American leaders who are desperate for economic development and more open to Beijing's global strategy of offering loans and infrastructure investment. The change could also make it harder for the United States to continue isolating authoritarian leftist regimes in Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba. 分析人士說,左翼的收益可能會提振中國,削弱美國,因為他們在爭奪地區影響力時,新一批拉丁美洲領導人迫切希望經濟發展,並對北京的全球戰略持更開放的態度, 提供貸款和 基礎設施投資。這一變化還可能使美國更難繼續孤立委內瑞拉、尼加拉瓜和古巴的獨裁左翼政權。 With rising inflation and stagnant economies, Latin America's new leaders will find it hard to deliver real change on profound problems, said Pedro Mendes Loureiro, a professor of Latin American studies at the University of Cambridge. To some extent, he said, voters are “electing the left simply because it is the opposition at the moment.” 隨著通貨膨脹率上升和經濟停滯,拉丁美洲的新領導人將發現很難在深刻的問題上實現真正的變革,劍橋大學拉丁美洲研究教授佩德羅·門德斯·洛雷羅(Pedro Mendes Loureiro)說。他說,在某種程度上,選民正在"選舉左翼,僅僅是因為它目前是反對派。" Unlike the early 2000s, when leftists won critical presidencies in Latin America, the new officeholders are saddled by debt, lean budgets, scant access to credit and, in many cases, vociferous opposition. 與2000年代初不同,當時左翼分子在拉丁美洲贏得了關鍵的總統職位 ,而新的官員則背負著債務,預算緊張, 信貸匱乏以及在許多情況下大聲反對的負擔。 Eric Hershberg, director of the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies at American University, said the left's winning streak is born out of widespread indignation. 美國大學拉丁美洲和拉丁裔研究中心主任埃裡克·赫什伯格(Eric Hershberg )表示,左翼的連勝源於 廣泛的憤怒。 “This is really about lower-middle-class and working-class sectors saying, ‘Thirty years into democracy, and we still have to ride a decrepit bus for two hours to get to a bad health clinic,'”Hershberg said. "這實際上是關於中下層階層和工人階層部門說,'民主三十年後,我們仍然必須乘坐破舊的公共汽車兩個小時才能到達一個糟糕的健康診所,'"赫什伯格說。Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/6092284   Next Article   Topic : Venezuela, Once an Oil Giant, Reaches the End of an Era   For the first time in a century, there are no rigs searching for oil in Venezuela. 百年來,委內瑞拉首次沒有鑽油平台在鑽探石油。 Wells that once tapped the world's largest crude reserves are abandoned or left to flare toxic gases that cast an orange glow over depressed oil towns. 曾自全球最大原油礦藏採油的油井,不是廢棄,就是任由洩漏的毒性氣體逕自燃燒,使附近蕭條的石油城鎮蒙上一層橘光。 Refineries that once processed oil for export are rusting hulks, leaking crude that blackens shorelines and coats the water in an oily sheen. 先前把石油加工出口的煉油廠成了生鏽的殘骸,洩漏的原油染黑了海岸線,並在海面形成一層油光。 Fuel shortages have brought the country to a standstill. At gas stations, lines go on for miles. 燃料短缺使這個國家陷入癱瘓。在加油站,排隊加油的車輛綿延數哩。 Venezuela's colossal oil sector, which shaped the country and the international energy market for a century, has come to a near halt, with production reduced to a trickle by years of gross mismanagement and U.S. sanctions. The collapse is leaving behind a destroyed economy and a devastated environment and, many analysts say, bringing to an end the era of Venezuela as an energy powerhouse. 委內瑞拉龐大的石油業曾形塑這個國家和國際能源市場長達百年,如今卻幾近停頓,由於多年來管理不善和遭受美國制裁,產量只剩一丁點。石油業崩潰導致經濟慘淡,環境重創,且如許多分析家所言,為委國作為能源大國的時代畫下句點。 The country that a decade ago was the largest producer in Latin America, earning about $90 billion a year from oil exports, is expected to net about $2.3 billion by this year's end — less than the aggregate amount that Venezuelan migrants who fled the country's economic devastation will send back home to support their families, according to Pilar Navarro, a Caracas, Venezuela-based economist. 長駐委國首都卡拉卡斯的經濟學家納瓦洛說,當地10年前是拉丁美洲最大產油國,每年出口石油賺進900億美元,但到今年年底,預計可進帳23億美元,還不及為逃避經濟崩潰而出國的國民匯回養家的金錢總額。 Production is the lowest in nearly a century after sanctions forced most oil companies to stop drilling for or buying Venezuelan oil — and even that trickle could dry up soon, analysts warn. 分析家警告,制裁迫使許多石油公司停止鑽探或購買委國石油,以致其產量降到近百年來最低,甚至最後這點生產也可能即將停止。 The decline has diminished beyond recognition a country that just a decade ago rivaled the United States for regional influence. It is also unraveling a national culture defined by oil, a source of cash that once seemed endless; it financed monumental public works and pervasive graft, generous scholarships and flashy shopping trips to Miami. 石油業衰落,使十年前與美國享有同等區域影響力的委內瑞拉面目全非,還破壞了以石油為基礎的的國家文化,石油曾經是看似取之不盡的現金來源:支應大型公共工程,助長普遍存在的貪腐,用以發放豐厚的獎學金,也讓人們享受到美國佛州邁阿密的豪華購物之旅。 Crippling gasoline shortages have led to an outbreak of dozens of daily protests across most Venezuelan states in recent weeks. 汽油嚴重短缺,導致最近幾周委內瑞拉多數州每天總共爆發數十場抗議。 More than 5 million Venezuelans, or 1 in 6 residents, have fled the country since 2015, creating one of the world's greatest refugee crises, according to the United Nations. The country now has the highest poverty rate in Latin America, overtaking Haiti this year, according to a recent study by Venezuela's three leading universities. 聯合國資料顯示,2015年起已有逾500萬,也就是六分之一委國人逃離,是全球最大難民潮之一。委國三所頂尖大學最近的調查顯示,委國今年取代海地,成為拉美貧困率最高的國家。 Source article: https://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0067/358363/web/

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
May 12-1: Honduras narco Tigre Bonilla got a US taxpayer funded lawyer - Inner City Press filed to unseal why. Brian Benjamin & Migdol's stealth plea, invisible UNSG @AntonioGuterres & US Linda cens

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 2:19


VLOG: Honduras narco Tigre Bonilla got a US taxpayer funded lawyer - Inner City Press has filed to unseal why. Brian Benjamin & Migdol's stealth plea, invisible UNSG @AntonioGuterres & always elsewhere @USAmbUN @LindaT_G , inactive on UN censorship

TJ Trout
Mike Vigil

TJ Trout

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 28:58


Former undercover DEA agent, and author Mike Vigil talks to TJ about the scary world of the cartels, in Mexico and the Honduras on News Radio KKOB See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Bella Dose

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 45:16


We had the pleasure of interviewing Bella Dose over Zoom video! Bella Dose, named one of People's “25 Emerging Musical Artists You Should Add to Your Playlist”, recently released their next single “BITE!” 2021 proved to be a successful year for emerging LatinX talent, Bella Dose. The Latina girl group made quiet the introduction over the summer with the TikTok success of their song ‘Si Me Llamas', which is about leaving that toxic ex “on read.” Off their debut EP ‘SUELTA', the dance friendly tracked garnered over 1 billion views across the app, with nearly 115,000 videos using the song. On the heels of the EP's success, the girls will once again pivot their versatile talents with their English hit, “BITE!,”. BELLA DOSE is ready to take on the world with their charisma, versatility, chemistry, and passion for the art of music. Brianna, Jenni, Thais, and Melany gained much traction from their masterful covers of the most popular songs, especially their most viewed rendition of Nicky Jam and Ozuna's “Te Robaré”. They have been working diligently and building their own original music repertoire of English and Spanish songs that they write themselves. Besides writing, all members sing, dance, and engineer their own sessions. Originating in Miami, Florida, the girls come from diverse Latin backgrounds with heritages from Cuba, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Colombia and Chile, and they keep true to their roots through their catchy hooks and hypnotically danceable beats. With a growing fanbase of over 2.3 Million followers on TikTok and 299.5K followers on Instagram, BELLA DOSE has a promising future. Their unique position in the market, their versatility, style, work ethic, and true talent, have made the girls become a real threat and ones to watch in 2022 We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #BellaDose #Bite #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
May 11-2: #Honduras Police Chief TIgre Bonilla was presented & detained @SDNYLIVE & given a publicly-paid lawyer despite bag of cash / TIgre Bonilla fue presentado y detenido @SDNYLIVE y entregado

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 2:03


VLOG: #Honduras Police Chief TIgre Bonilla was presented and detained @SDNYLIVE and given a publicly-paid lawyer despite bag of cash / TIgre Bonilla fue presentado y detenido @SDNYLIVE y entregado abogado pagado públicamente a pesar de bolsa de efectivo

La Hora de la Verdad
Antonieta Mejía mayo 11 de 2022

La Hora de la Verdad

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 11:57


Antonieta Mejía - Diputada del Congreso Nacional hondureño por el Partido Nacional de Honduras, quien nos hablará sobre Los primeros 100 días de gobierno de la presidente de izquierda Xiomara Castro

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
May 11-1: #Honduras JOH no basketball in MDC, DOJ loophole on Migdol plea; #HezbollahTrial overtime. UN Vienna wienies, @USUN inaction on UNOPS & censorship

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 2:18


VLOG: #Honduras JOH no basketball in MDC, DOJ loophole on Migdol plea; #HezbollahTrial overtime. UN Vienna wienies, @USUN inaction on UNOPS & censorship

Advanced Spanish Latino
Advanced Spanish Latino - 282 - International news from a Spanish perspective

Advanced Spanish Latino

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 7:17


Colombia, Gustavo Petro suspende parte de su campaña electoral Por primera vez, Colombia podría tener una vicepresidenta negra y ecologista  El presidente mexicano visita La Habana El derecho al aborto ahonda la división social en Estados Unidos El Real Madrid, “hacedor de milagros”

Dissens
#174 Privatstädte: Wo Unternehmermacht die Demokratie ersetzt

Dissens

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 54:01


Seit einigen Jahren arbeiten radikale Neoliberale an der Entwicklung von Privatstädten, in denen Unternehmen das Sagen haben. Der Soziologe Andreas Kemper hat über diese kapitalistischen Labore ein Buch geschrieben. Im Dissens Podcast spricht er über Modellprojekte in Honduras, die Privatstadt-Szene und ihre Demokratieverachtung.

Noticentro
Despiden al director de Seguridad Pública de Irapuato, Omar Jaramillo

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 1:39


Despiden al director de Seguridad Pública de Irapuato, Omar JaramilloINEGI, indico aumento de actividad industrial en Quintana Roo, Chiapas, Yucatán, Sonora y NayaritEl expresidente de Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández se declara inocente por presunto tráfico de cocaína

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
May 10-2: After Honduras JOH pleaded not guilty and got Jan 17, 2023 trial date, @SDNYLIVE court, JOH's lack of a basketball, subpoena for El Chapo - & UNSG @AntonioGuterres ? Después de la corte

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 2:15


VLOG: After Honduras JOH pleaded not guilty and got Jan 17, 2023 trial date, stand-up outside @SDNYLIVE court, JOH's lack of a basketball, subpoena for El Chapo - & UNSG @AntonioGuterres ? Después de que #NarcosHonduras JOH se declarara no culpable

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
May 10-1: #HezbollahTrial Allen charge, #Honduras JOH arraignment (BVI link); Migdol scoop confirmed, UNOPS scam leads to Guterres' Ukraine cover up, @USUN

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 2:17


VLOG: #HezbollahTrial Allen charge, #Honduras JOH arraignment (BVI link); Migdol scoop confirmed, UNOPS scam leads to Guterres' Ukraine cover up, @USUN

ServantCast
Ep 158 Worship - Fourth Sunday of Easter, May 8

ServantCast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 82:50


This is the virtual worship service on the Fourth Sunday of Easter, May 8, 2022, at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Bellingham, Washington.Despite the pandemic, the work of the church continues.  Here are a few ways that the church remains thriving at Christ the Servant:We are meeting live and in-person on Sunday Morning for worship services in the sanctuary.  Everyone is masking and physically distanced.  9:30 am.  This service is also live-streamed on the CTS Facebook Page and the CTS web site.  The live-stream video will remain there afterwards as well.We have youth events that are ever evolving!We have a Friday Morning breakfast fellowship on Zoom - sometimes live at Boulevard Park, weather allowing...We have a ministry team called Deep Waters, which is dedicated to helping install clean water systems to communities in Honduras.We are part of the Family Promise program, striving to help homeless families in our community regain equilibrium.We have an active Justice Seekers ministry team, dedicated to achieving a more just society and church.Find out more - go to our web page or send us an e-mail.

El Leñero
El Leñero - 3ra. Temporada - Capítulo 14

El Leñero

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 73:42


El Giro de Italia completa su paso por Hungría con 3 etapas que dejaron de qué hablar.Llega un nuevo capítulo semanal de El Leñero con el análisis y la polémica que dejaron estos 3 primeros díasTodos los domingos:2Am España, Italia y Francia9pm Argentina, Uruguay y Brasil8pm Bolivia, Cuba, Paraguay, Chile, Venezuela, Dominicana y Puerto Rico7pm Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, México y Panamá6pm Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua

Steamboat Christian Center
Mother's Day: Compassion for Honduras

Steamboat Christian Center

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 30:07


Today we are launching Compassion for Honduras! Come hear about this incredible opportunity we've been given to change a community together. And partner with us to adopt a goal of 100 children financially each month. We can't think of a better gift to give 100 mothers this Mother's Day than helping their children with food, supplies, education and resources.

Truth Talk Weekend
A New Kind of Dad

Truth Talk Weekend

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 9:24


The need for Christ is great in Honduras! Stu sits down with Pastor and missionary Tim Setliff to discuss he and his wife's work in Honduras and his ministry, A New Kind of Dad, which addresses the growing problem of fatherlessness by teaching children about a new kind of father - their Heavenly Father - who will never forsake them.

Espooky Tales
Haunted Houses Part Five with Letty of Lettylovesyou

Espooky Tales

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 51:05


La Casa de los Tubos (the House of Tubes) remained abandoned for many years and was the subject of a famous urban legend. Today we bring you the tale of la Casa de Los Tubos in Mexico, an abandoned haunted house in Honduras and our guest Letty tells us her own spooky stories. If you have spooky stories you want us to share on the podcast, please email Espookytales@gmail.com. Follow Letty on Tikok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lettylovesyou?lang=en (https://www.tiktok.com/@lettylovesyou?lang=en) For more spooky stories, watch us on Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@espookytales (https://www.tiktok.com/@espookytales) For pictures on the places we discuss each episode, check out our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/espookytales/ (https://www.instagram.com/espookytales/) Tweet us https://twitter.com/EspookyTales (https://twitter.com/EspookyTales) https://www.espookytales.com/support/ (Support Espooky Tales) on Patreon and receive bonus episodes, shoutouts, stickers and more! https://www.patreon.com/Espookytales (https://www.patreon.com/Espookytales) Music Credit:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REk9Ia6eYXk (Silent Night (Dark Piano Version)-Myuu)       I, Crime Scene (Piano Version)-Ghost Stories Incorporated Visit http://www.marcvdmeulen.com/royalty-free-horror-music (http://www.marcvdmeulen.com/royalty-free-horror-music) for royalty free horror music   Link for https://www.espookytales.com/blog/ (sources) Mentioned in this episode: True Crime Cat Lawyer Podcast Lawyer by day, crazy cat lady by night. Lover of all things true crime. Join my co-host Winston and I every other Thursday for a new true crime story, with a special focus on cases from our hometown: the Pacific Northwest. https://www.truecrimecatlawyer.com/episodes

Noticias de América
100 días de gobierno de Xiomara Castro bajo la premisa de la transparencia

Noticias de América

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 2:26


La presidenta de Honduras, Xiomara Castro, cumple este viernes 100 días en el poder. Sus esperanzadoras promesas de campaña se enfocaron en la lucha contra la corrupción y contra la pobreza y crearon mucha expectativa. La transparencia y la lucha contra la corrupción estuvieron omnipresentes en la campaña y en la toma de posesión de la presidenta hondureña Xiomara Castro hace 100 días. Uno de sus objetivos era derogar la llamada “ley de secretos”, una norma del expresidente Juan Orlando Hernández, que permitía clasificar documentos sobre el manejo de fondos públicos. Algo que el Congreso de Honduras logró en marzo pasado. “Generación de impunidad” Pero “todavía hay algunas disposiciones y normativas en Honduras que siguen limitando el acceso a la información”, explica César Espinal, coordinador del Observatorio de Política Criminal del Consejo Nacional Anticorrupción. En febrero fue promulgada una ley de amnistía para los exfuncionarios del gobierno Zelaya. Para Espinal, esto genera “impunidad en casos que seguramente algunos podrán tener su vinculo con temas de persecución política, pero muchos otros no. Y es ahí donde el CNA ha recalcado la preocupación en cuanto a la generación de impunidad en varias situaciones”. Esperando la CICIH Otra promesa pendiente es la creación de la famosa CICIH, la Comisión Internacional contra la Corrupción e Impunidad en Honduras, que todavía está en proceso. A mediados de mayo, una misión de Naciones Unidas debe llegar a Honduras para impulsar su creación, con el objetivo de investigar los casos de corrupción en el pasado y presente gobierno.

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
La missione di Brigate di Pace Internazionali in Honduras, "uno dei Paesi più violenti"

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 7:49


I volontari dell'organizzazione non governativa Brigate Internazionali di Pace proteggono i difensori dei diritti umani facendogli letteralmente da scudo con la loro presenza fisica. 

Latin America in Focus
Can Xiomara Castro Take Control of Honduras' Reins?

Latin America in Focus

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 21:53


In her first 100 days, Honduran President Xiomara Castro has taken some steps forward on campaign pledges, but her leadership has been overshadowed by two former presidents: her outspoken husband and Juan Orlando Hernández, who was extradited the United States on charges of narcotrafficking. Can she take control of the reins? AS/COA Online's Chase Harrison spoke to journalist Jeff Ernst, who covers Honduras. The music in this episode is Aurelio Martínez performing at the Americas Society. Watch a video of his performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAZav1XOz7w

35 West
The Future of the Zones for Employment and Economic Development in Honduras

35 West

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 21:53


The recent move by the Honduran Congress to repeal the 2013 law authorizing the Zones for Employment and Economic Development (Zonas de Empleo y Desarollo Económico, or ZEDEs) has wide-ranging consequences for the country's economic future. While the Zones have been heavily criticized by the Castro administration, eliminating them risks a complicated legal and political battle in no party's best interest. In this episode, Ryan C. Berg sits down with Matthew Rooney, Director of Outreach and Strategic Partnerships at the George W. Bush Center. Together, they discuss expectations for the ZEDE model and its impact on economic growth, as well as some of the obstacles the zones confront when it comes to political stability and change. They also discuss the implications of the vote by Congress for the ZEDEs, and investment in Honduras more broadly.

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast
May 5-1: Amid terror cases and Colombia Otoniel in EDNY, Fed puts out Community Reinvestment Act reg but rubberstamps Citizens Bank despite CRA, MUFG in Russia, UN fails on Ukraine & Honduras

Inner City Press SDNY & UN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 2:17


VLOG: Amid terror cases and Colombia Otoniel in EDNY, Fed puts out CRA reg but rubberstamps Citizens Bank, MUFG in Russia, UN fails on Ukraine & Honduras

Noticias de América
AMLO en gira por Centroamérica: un intento de desalentar la migración

Noticias de América

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 2:22


El presidente mexicano Andrés Manuel López Obrador comienza este 5 de mayo su primera gira por Centroamérica, después de cuatro años en el poder. El mandatario viajará por Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Belice y Cuba con la intención, dice, de estrechar lazos de cooperación regional. Su país tuvo en 2021 un flujo de migración indocumentada cinco veces superior al promedio de los últimos años y AMLO no oculta su intención de cortar el grifo. La víspera de su gira por Centroamérica, Andrés Manuel López Obrador anunció que reforzará su frontera sur para frenar la llegada masiva de indocumentados. “Nos hemos sincronizado a la política de seguridad de Estados Unidos” “Tenemos que proteger la frontera sur, para proteger a los migrantes. La travesía por el país es muy riesgosa”, dijo el presidente mexicano. Un mensaje a sus homólogos de Guatemala, El Salvador y Honduras, que visitará, dice, con la intención de dar a conocer su política en materia de desarrollo y cooperación. “En la narrativa del gobierno mexicano, se pretende un cambio de visión, de lectura sobre la movida migratoria. Con eso hemos comenzado, la actual administración, y no hemos salido de la narrativa. En la práctica, más bien nos hemos sincronizado mucho a la política de seguridad, de los perímetros de seguridad de Estados Unidos, en la práctica de contención, represión o incluso clandestinización de los movimientos de migrantes, particularmente en el contexto de las caravanas. Entonces parece que vivimos en dos mundos paralelos”, analiza Javier Urbano, profesor especialista de migración en la Universidad Iberoamericana de Ciudad de México. “Soluciones entre complejas e imposibles” Se espera que AMLO insista en implementar programas de creación de empleo como el que ya ha exportado a Honduras, Guatemala y El Salvador, que se llama “Sembrando Vida” y consiste en reforestar zonas a cambio de salario. “Pongamos un ejemplo: si yo doy 5.000 empleos en San Pedro Sula, y San Pedro Sula tiene un grave problema de inseguridad, de falta de productividad, de violencia continua, secuestros, extorsiones, y en donde es inestable prácticamente toda variable económica, evidentemente un empleo no puede ser permanente si es que no es alimentado por condiciones de estabilidad socioeconómica interna. Adentro del sistema estructural de la movida migratoria, no tiene ni posibilidades ni capacidades el gobierno mexicano para atenderlo. Requeriría un concierto muy amplio de naciones, entre ellas Estados Unidos, y como Estados Unidos no aparece en el diálogo en este momento, entonces ciertamente las soluciones para la región son entre complejas e imposibles en el plazo que le queda al gobierno mexicano”, explica Javier Urbano. México contabilizó en 2021 más de 300.000 ilegales y Estados Unidos arrestó a diario en la frontera a unas 8.000 personas. Un promedio cinco veces mayor al que se registraba en 2019.

Aristegui
¿Qué ocurre en Honduras tras la extradición de Juan Orlando Hernández?

Aristegui

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 20:34


El expresidente de Honduras Juan Orlando Hernández fue extraditado a EE.UU. y será  juzgado en una corte federal en Nueva York. Mientras tanto, en Honduras la violencia sigue presente. En el departamento de Colón se declaró el estado de excepción tras el asesinado de tres policías. Carmen Aristegui conversa con Milton Benítez, ministro de Comunicaciones del país, para conocer la situación. Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad

ArchaeoEd Podcast
S3 E9 The Mesoamerican Ballgame

ArchaeoEd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 41:37


About 4000 years ago, the civilizations of Mesoamerica created the world's first team sport - older by centuries than any other.  It was played with a big rubber ball, in a stone-built ball court, and enjoyed from the Chihuahua Desert to the rainforests of Honduras.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=41783180)

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast
Tackling the Cocaine Trade in Honduras

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 28:43


The former President of Honduras Juan Orlando Hernandez was voted out of power in January, and within weeks was arrested, accused of being part of a major international drugs ring. This month, Mr Hernandez was extradited to the US, where he will face charges of drug trafficking and money laundering - charges he denies. Meanwhile, back in Honduras, police say they are now trying to destroy the drug industry, and invited our correspondent Will Grant along to show how. A British man was killed this week while fighting in Ukraine, emphasising the international aspect of the crisis. Thousands of foreigners have travelled to Ukraine to take up arms, encouraged by the country's President, Volodymyr Zelensky. But why would someone travel to a distant country, to fight in towns and cities they may have struggled to find on a map? Hugh Barnes found a wide variety of reasons - and people - who have answered the call. Across Ukraine, there are reminders of the warm relationship the country once had with its neighbour, Russia. The southern city of Odessa had a particular closeness, many of its population being native Russian speakers. But Odessa has been hit by Russian missiles, and with significant civilian casualties. Jen Stout tried to find out what local attitudes are now. One of the tragedies of climate change is that those who will suffer worst from its consequences are often those who played little role in causing it - he West African island nation of Sao Tome and Principe is particularly exposed, a poor place made poorer still by environmental damage. Now it may have a chance to alleviate some of that poverty, by selling the oil which some believe lies under its ocean. Yet it is burning oil which has caused the country's climate problems in the first place, presenting a dilemma which Tamasine Forde witnessed first hand. As Emmanuel Macron savours victory in the French election, some will be putting it down in part to the studied attempt to change his image and look more casual. Often depicted as stuck up and aloof, Monsieur Macron appeared in a much-publicised, and indeed much-mocked photograph, with no jacket and an open-neck shirt. However, while the re-elected President may have swapped his tie for tufts of very-visible chest hair, the same cannot be said of his staff. Indeed, the 'Macronistas' seem keen to preserve France's international reputation for sartorial suaveness. Our correspondent, Hugh Schofield, found himself wondering whether he should follow their lead.