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Exodus

When your life is a suitcase. You can read a Spanish transcript of the episode. You can also read an English translation. If you …

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  [Official 1]: Collaborate with the documents. [Official 2]: We’re moving along, please, have your documents in hand. [Daniel Alarcón, …

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The Hospital

The San Juan de Dios hospital was closed to the public in 2001. So, why do some workers still go there every day? You can read …

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Translation – The Hospital

[Daniel Alarcón, host]: Welcome to Radio Ambulante from NPR. I’m Daniel Alarcón. Today we go back to our archive with …

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Don’t Open the Door

Elena and Efraín had a quiet life in LaBelle, a small town in rural Florida. They were raising three children, Efraín had a stable job… …

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Goodbye, Bolívar

Joel Padrón needed money and he needed it fast. It was 2015 and the financial crisis in Venezuela had reached alarming levels. Joel was a …

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The Kids

In late 2004, the rock band Callejeros were wrapping an incredibly successful year. They’d had several hits, and were selling out stadiums all over Argentina.

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Translation – The Kids

Transcript (ARCHIVE SOUNDBITE) [Omar Chabán]: Good evening Cromañón! Welcome to the last event of the year. Thank you to this beautiful, distinguished …

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The Shaman

The torrential rains of the 2011 winter season in Colombia claimed hundreds of lives and left thousands flooded out of their homes. That same year,  Jorge …

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