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Radio Ambulante is an NPR podcast that tells uniquely Latin American stories.

Translated by: Patrick Moseley  [Daniel Alarcón, host]: Welcome to Radio Ambulante from NPR. I’m Daniel Alarcón. OK, so. What comes to

Translation by: Patrick Moseley [Daniel Alarcón, host]: Hello, Ambulantes, one little thing before we start. Many of you have told us

Translation by: Patrick Moseley [Carlos Framb]: One day I opened the door and I heard her crying, alone in her  bed.

Is it ever OK to help someone die? Carlos Framb had to ask himself this question when his mom started

The San Juan de Dios hospital was closed to the public in 2001. So, why do some workers still go

Translation by: Patrick Moseley [Daniel Alarcón, host]: Welcome to Radio Ambulante from NPR. I’m Daniel Alarcón. Today we go back to our

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

For many Argentines, the Falklands War is a chapter in history that they would rather forget. But for two combatants

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Translation by: Patrick Moseley Yes. Well, uh, I still hear, well, what they call "tiroteos", gunshots. At all hours of the

In the internet age, getting, downloading, and sharing pictures, information, videos or music is so simple that almost everyone sees

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Translated by: Patrick Moseley [Daniel Alarcón, host]: One small thing before we get stared: I want to ask you a big

No one said fatherhood would be easy. For Santiago Rocagliolo, perhaps the most difficult thing has been realizing how similar