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When my colleagues met Norma this year, she was in a detention facility in the US. Central authority has effectively collapsed in some areas, and transnational gangs have taken over, ruling their territories with terrifying violence. Honduras has the highest homicide rate in the world. El Salvador and Guatemala come in fourth and fifth. And women are under particular threat, being raped, beaten, extorted, abducted and murdered almost every day. El Salvador and Guatemala now have the first and third highest female homicide rate on the planet.
Last month UNHCR released a harrowing report, called Women on the Run , which shares the terrifying experiences of women, including 15 transgender women, who escaped. Their stories are chilling. Many lived barricaded inside their homes, unable to go to school or work for fear of gunfights and threats. Others faced significant domestic violence and abuse. And none received the protection they needed from the police, not even Norma, whose husband was a police officer.
Their testimonies leave no doubt. These women, like tens of thousands others, are quite literally running for their lives. But in the popular discourse, their trauma has gone relatively unrecognised or has been cast as an immigration crisis. What we are witnessing is a genuine refugee crisis, and one which is getting worse.
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Over the same period, we saw a thirteen-fold increase in the number of requests for asylum in Central America and Mexico. Here are some things we can do:.
Show compassion to those fleeing violence. This includes not using detention as a deterrent, which does not work anyway for people forced to flee. There are better ways, such as community supervision, and reception centres with freedom of movement. Cooperate regionally. No one country can tackle this situation alone. Than he says " she say loverboy let me tell you something this bird cant fly upon one wing, me say thats true, every word but me never see no nine wing bird". Google is not showing any results. Bigga Bounce Ent It did name Nanco. It's a female singing and I'll try to post the lyrics as best I can Love a ragga man, I'm talking from the heart It might be ragga man, or something similar.
Either way, if anyone can help that'd be amazing. The version I remember was from around the mid 90's. I like that one too didn't this one was so popular. Sorry to hear about the original guy. Please does anyone know what this song is, heard it Lady I love you and I just want you to hold my hand and love me too, whenever someone or whenever I gets close you run away The tune was on a mixed tape I bought sometime between to lyrics were like: With a wicked Bass line, now it was just a mix not the entire tune , I have been through your list, or should I say very Impressive list ,but still cannot find that tune.
Could you help me please. Its got the words 'Ladies and gentleman thank you for flying with us, we are about to enter New York.
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The chorus or click of the song goes like this: Its a male artist. A fast dancing song.. Heard a track last week and cant find it anywhere, although it may be because ive got the lyrics wrong. Not sure of the title but it could be: Sung by a female or a male and female duet. Just curious, how old are you?
SOME not all 90s riddims are derivatives of 80s tunes but just like it was for Hip-Hop the 90s was the golden era for Dancehall. Classic riddims from this time period include: It may not have been a new song at that time. The beginning lyrics are: I loved the song as did everyone I played it for at parties.
I would love to know the name so I can find it again. I highly recommend it to all if anyone can identify it. Thanks for your time. Roast Faced Dinner 2: Some lyrics may be wrong but it went something like this "Went to a session the other night met this girl she was out of sight, the girl she was a bubalo oh ho a champion bubalo" Think there may be some sort of discussion from a teacher along the lines of "what did you do in you holidays" then goes back into song May possibly be confusing two songs here not sure RFD.
Can someone help me? The lyrics goes something like "Why are you leaving, you said you will never leave me grieving". I thought the singer was Gentleman but I have been searching all over with no results. Hopefully, one of you guys can remember the song, anyone? It just goes on for about 7mins and no actual other words that I can remember, just some jibberish in between, like "Jamaica aya, dumfibrilate..
Anyone any idea pls post back. Girl you, I , I , Love you oo oo, girl you I , I how you tickle my fancy, tingle up my vibe if your love was currency, I would accept bribe woman you got a hold on me, when will you let me go just like a burning spliff at night you make my eyes just glow O O O aooow: I am looking for 2 reggae songs. It has been over 20 yrs since I have heard them. I think they were on a strictly reggae ablum or something like that.
Songs go something like this.. The other song goes Give it up, give up the loving cause she don't want no more from you cause I can do what you can't do.. I keep thinking maybe Tiger or cobra or someone like that sings one of them. Thanks for any info..
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It's a female vocalist and I've heard it a couple of times in the last week on the radio, so it could be a more recent release date maybe less than 5 years old. This should be an easy ID for reggae DJs. I've exhausted all methods to find it. The song is like a reggae rap and almost every line of the song ends with the artist saying more. I cannot remember any lyrics but I really liked it.
Can anyone help me out with the artist and maybe real title of this song?
I've just joined this forum as I'm desperately trying to find a name of a certain track and I'm finding it hard to find I really hope anyone may know it.. Im hoping somebody can help me. The first one i thought sounds like Elephant Man, but im not sure. All the song says is something "Ay yayayaya ay ya ay ya " and thats about all i can remember it says. Not many lyrics to it, just a fast paced song to dance to. I think he says Jamaica first before he breaks out with the "Ay yayay ay ya ay ayaya". Im not sure who sings it but whoever the artist is reminds me of Lukie D for some reason, his voice.
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The lyrics go something like chorus: Nobody couldnt take your placeee And then the chorus again. If i can atleast find the riddim ill be able to find the track. Lol its just what it sounds like the artist is saying. I love my dancehall tho. Lol now if only i can figure out that other song ughhh lol its been stuck in my head for yearsss It starts like this Mehda, Mehda, Meeh I will appreciate your help. It sounds like they say "you have da peenie ponie peenie ponie pe". I know I didn't get the words correctly but I've heard this song for years and I still can barely understand or find it.
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Winner - fragga ranks 3. Sorry Part 2 - junior rodigan, and the last one I dont know artist or name of song but its on the " you should have known riddim" and the chorus goes - see dem ah see dem ah see dem ah run come, watch how the girls them come fi have some fun. Bulla john aslo sang rod of correction on that version of that riddim, thx in advance. Good vibes from Mexico. You got this one. Just found it on YouTube. Still got the cassette mixtape too. I am looking for an reggae album from before , I remember 2songs from that album, the lyrics were like: Who was the artist, where to find the record?
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