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i became a journalist to tell the story of what is happening, but also show of the wider context. i'm elizabeth koran, i ah, the the hero world needs the washer. in the news, a new migraine caravan, the mexico, on a more than 2000 kilometers journey to americas southern border. ah, oh, i'm mary. animosity in london in watching alger zeros are coming up from a program. i've got his own security challenge. taliban fighters are again targeted
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in the eastern province of nangle. setting his decision to stop rescue ship from docking. the former italian interior minister goes on trial and paloma on the onset death which has shocks the film. well, new details emerge of the moments before the fatal shot was fired. ah, hello, welcome to the program, thousands of haitian and central american refugees and migrants of settle from southern mexico and the hopes of making it to the united states migrant caravan left from the city of tampa trula a few hours ago. those travelling are attempting to make more than 2400 kilometer journey to america. southern border on foot, u. s. department of homeland security is aware of the caravan and the texas national guard says it's already strengthening the board. up out there is john holeman joins us live now from mexico city. this is a,
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a grueling and treacherous johnny for these refugees and migrants. john, tell us about attempts that have been made to, to prevent them from making their way to the you us? yeah, exactly married. this is a pattern that we've seen repeating again again over the last 2 years after the 1st caravans, which involved thousands of people were in some way successful in getting up at least as far as tiquana on the border with the united states. what makes can officials have done since then is firstly, tried to prevent people from getting into mexico toll on their southern border. and then once they are in southern mexico, they've been trying to combine them in a city called tap. a chula which is one of the biggest cities on the southern border with guatemala. that's what's been happening for quite a few months now, with haitian as well as central america migrants trying to get out are many of them in the united states. now what's happened now is
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a lot of the migrants and also some migrants rights activists have said enough is enough. we feel trapped here. we've got no jobs. a basic necessities perhaps are being met. we're breaking out the term yet breaking out of prison. so set up on this march. now, so far they've encountered one sort of shield wall of the country's national guard, and this is the, in the, in the past of last 2 years has been the point in which mexican authorities are basically detained, their ported, broken up caravans that didn't happen this time. round they got through that, she'll bull, but they're moving very, very slowly. they're still in the district of top bachelor because they're going on foot. there's a lot of other opportunities here for met. can officials to break up this caravan? why would they do that? they're under pressure from the united states of ministration, as they have been under president barack obama and the president donald trump in the past. now we have president joe biden. this is a longstanding u. s. policy to try not let people get to their us birth to the us border,
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but instead to stop them before then, a metzger obviously needs its neighbors to the north and has been handling that in some respects and stopping people, getting out to the us border. so we have to watch out. now what happens is caravan, what happens this people are, they stopped a little bit further up the route. they're still in very deep south mexico before they can get anywhere near the u. s. border. thank you very much. from mexico city, john holman now will turn to the increasingly lawless health situation in afghanistan. as a taliban try to establish a measure of security instability, they found themselves the target of multiple attacks. and the province of non gaap, to roadside bombs, also killed at least 2 people, including a child. and while i've been no claims of responsibility so far, the i s group in afghanistan is known to be active and entrenched in the east of the country. have been a growing number of attacks claimed my the i s group since the taliban took
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control. they've also been perpetrating attacks against civilians. these she has, our community is one of its main targets most recently in the northeast of the country and in the southern city of kandahar taliban stronghold stephanie deck has more on the days developments from campbell multiple security incidents on saturday in july. so about that is the capital of nangle har province in the east of the country. it is believed to be the area iceland. afghanistan has their main presence . the taliban has been carrying out operations against the group in that area. what we saw on saturday, one of the attacks against taliban had been in geo that killed 2 of his body guards . also under signing, there was an isolated on a taliban police station and we understand there were casualties on both sides according to our sources. so this is part of a wider picture really of iceland afghanis on stepping up its attacks on minorities
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. we've seen 2 she a mosques attacked over the last couple of weeks one and conducing the north one in the heartland of taliban power. in kandahar we've also had a tax here in cobble with the taliban is dealing with now even though they keep down playing it, saying that it's a minor threat. they're dealing with it. it's not a huge concern. i so does not have geography geographic jack. geographical hold really here enough kennesaw, but they do have sleeper cells that they're carrying out at the moment a real sort of message to the taliban that you know the message the tell about initially had that it was the only group to be able to maintain security in afghanistan, it has done that to some extent, in the sense that crime is down kidnappings or down a. but these kinds of attacks are a message to the taliban by i so that it cannot keep the country safe as it's trying to manage it. now as a governing body of a state that rather than an insurgency. so certainly moving forward, we are seeing more and more of these incidents happening. and, and the taliban having to rely on intelligence really on trying to deal with the threat that ice. okay. now in terms of the increase of its attacks on the security
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situation here. ah, now italy's for mentoring minister mateus alvina has gone on trial for his role and blocking a migrant rescue ship and 2019 far right. politician is accused of kidnapping and abuse of power, the preventing 2 vessels from docking on italian shores for weeks. adam rainy reports now from run. with the trial of italy's former interior minister, mateo saline began on saturday in palermo. he stands charged with kidnapping, in dereliction of duty for preventing a boat from disembarking migrants after they were rescued at sea. the court quickly approved the prosecution's list of witnesses, including italy's former prime minister and the actor richard gear, who volunteered on the boat that was blocked from docking and defending the borders is a duty not only for a minister,
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but for everyone. and it's emphasized in our constitution, i think being accused of doing my homework is nonsense. i'm sorry that richard year is coming to testify the trial. i wonder if it's serious that richard gear of hollywood is going to testify about my behavior at a trial. at the heart of the case is having these 2019 order to block that boat, which was carrying a 147 migrants from docking on italian shores. the vessel operated by the spanish and g o. open arms had rescued the migrants in the middle of the mediterranean and spent 3 weeks waiting for safe port. so they could disembark. my friends, i think they play at the time. it's how vinnie had to create a closed port policy. meant to keep them migrants from trying to cross the mediterranean. that policy kept the migrants waiting about 2 weeks within sight of the italian island of lum producer. during that time, many jumped into the sea and attempted to swim to shore. the experience have been kept at sea, had a devastating effect on the migrants,
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according to the psychologist who spoke to them while they were still on the boat. it lifted, i'm more dual being kept on board meant they were re traumatized again and again. they fell continuously abused, it was an abuse of power that the soviet says he was just carrying out the policies of the government at the time. this trial comes right as my tear sardine finds himself in one of the weakest political moment of his career. and in many of his statement, heap deflecting from the main issue to hand and blaming the trial on an overzealous traditional system that he says is wasting taxpayer money. if convicted south vini could face up to 15 years in prison, with more than 2 dozen witnesses set to testify, the case will carry on for several months. adam rainy, i'll just euro rome. and gary, a prime minister victor oberon is accused foreign powers of trying to meddle in his countries politics. thousands of people turned out for rival rallies in the capital
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budapest. demonstrations were in support of opposing candidates and next year parliamentary elections and came on the anniversary of the anti soviet uprising of 1956 or ban has been in power for 11 years. now, but he faces an unprecedented challenge from an opposition. that's united cell. what would you best feel? brussels today speaks to us and treat it along with the pole as if we were an enemy . we have a feeling of deja villa. the air of the soviet doctrine permeates europe as well. it is time for them, brussels to understand that even the communists could not defeat the sand in the machinery, the stick and the wheels now to me, and more than military is reportedly massing troops in northern regions of fears of another major atrocity, possibly taking place. the un is received information indicating that tens of thousands of troops and heavy weapons of being moved into rest of regions in the countries north and northwest. that's where our groups have resisted its rule since
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the crew in february, me and was military similar tactics before carrying out attacks against the rank in ratcliffe state. and 2016 and 17, which the un described as genocide, algeria spoke, he went special. i put on human rights and me and my tongue. andrews, who says an action must be taken to prevent mass atrocities. things are very, very tense. and what's happening right now is that we're, we have a dry season upon us. and that is traditionally a time when there is an escalation of military action. and we have seen that the deployment of tens of thousands of troops, heavy weapons and equipment into the northwest regions of the country. a show. this is a very, very disturbing sign. we have seen increased human rights violations. many people were caught in the crossfire and were very, very concerned that we could be seen. now imminently a significant loss of life. i hope i'm wrong, and i'm hoping these,
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these calls for restraint will be heard. but right now i'm, i'm deeply concerned. well, what we saw in 2016 in 2017, was a match deployment in. we're kind state of troops and weapons on a very systematic basis. and then all hell fire broke loose and these troops surrounded villages. they attacked them ferociously. people, many people were killed, the worst. incredible o rick, human rights violations, and torture, just unspeakable violence. and so we're seeing that pattern, we're seeing the massing of troops, the deployment in areas that the of the hunter has decided. it is an area that needs to be, as they say, opening up clearance operations. now this is the term that everyone and me and more knows at least those in the ethnic areas. that just that means of potential.
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a very, a ferocious attacks and mass atrocity so on. and they've talked about clearance up . they defined the genocidal attacks against the rainbow s clearance operations and we're hearing that term used again. as we see, tens of thousands of troops deployed to the northwest of the country, watching out their ally from london much more still ahead on the program. 10 ambassadors are expelled from turkey for calling for the release of the jell. philanthropists and farmers in spain take inspiration from mother nature to beat yawns in a harsh climate. ah, with that's been quite halt in a good part of australia to the north. that's from to some thunderstorms and car to spread out. so that'll not attempt you back
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a bit. but the real vicious thunderstorm who so recently in, for example, eastern queens in the new south wales that away sunday is a much quieter looking picture. still pretty hot, but look at brisbin as an example. now $35.00 is above where it should be. you have to 2070 back down to normal as well to get in. frontal system comes through and then the rebirth of the re growth. what was like significant thunderstorm threat, queens in the just touching new sas wells. victoria is much better by this time the storm system often the tasman and it's nice and warm and purse that is now being tempered by incoming cloud and rain by the end of monday. more significant rays beforehand. vietnam is given 350 millimeters so far. it's probably the same to come at the edge down towards cambodian just touches song louse. this could well become a tropical storm, some salt in the water, but the st, indicating on its way towards the coast of vietnam, yet more flooding seems likely to follow it. though the monsoon trough is heading
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ah, welcome back names stories now thousands of haitian and central american refugees and migrants of set off from southern mexico in an attempt to reach the united states. the cab i left from the city of tampa to any of the board of guatemala. a few hours ago. at least 4 members of the taliban had been killed in a series of attacks and afghanistan's east and mangled province, a roadside bomb targeting a taliban vehicle. also killed the tooth civilians and it comes as a cliff continues to deal with the threat from i sell in the country. and italy's home interior minister matters alvina has gone on trial for his role in blocking a migrant rescue ship from docking on italian shores for several weeks in 2000. and 19 far right. politician is accused of kidnapping and abuse of power will in the other news are following tens of thousands of people from minority face have been rallying in cities across bangladesh, protesting against
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a recent series of attacks on hindu temples and homes. at least 6 people were killed early this month as hindus was celebrating a religious festival. it followed claims the muslim holy book, the koran was disrespected in a temple of protest is a calling for a judicial commission to investigate. the attacks will happen several demonstration since the religious violence broke out 10 days ago. the government is deployed security forces in $34.00 out of $64.00 districts. security has also been stepped up at hindu worshipped site. bangladesh is constitution designates islam as the state, religion. but it also upholds the principle of secularism. hindus make up about 10 percent of the countries, nearly 170000000 people rights activists of recorded more than 3000 attacks on the indian minority since 2013 tanveer chandry was at one of the protests in the capital decor. i was windsor protest. the other day i saw about sla and the top
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that hill ga gov. people from all walks of life in those muslim 1st john, but the other day to protest the gun was took place in last several days across the country against the hindu bang. augusta. they had her protest, i want justice, many of them out on a hunger side. we spoke of some of the protest. this is what they have to say to the of all is a holy hindu book was bend, mainly he knew we killed minority to women were roped. these incidents keep happening. one after the other. yet we never go to real justice. one of the clear suspect was arrested on thursday night, but people here said that people behind the conspiracy should be brought to justice and forbid. suppose an advocate demand is of the state religion. this love should be abolished from the constitution. i think we were born here with taxpayers and contributing to the countries development in every sector. yet we're being attacked and marginalized in every way. now we're here to protest and fight
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for a survival. people believe those politics behind all this. they want the real people who are behind this time, it still be brought to justice, not just gave growth. if the justice was not met, they said they'll continue your protest. and coming days on our pakistan has deployed 30000 security personnel to was, i'm about to prevent further violence at rallies by a band political group. members of top regular bank pakistan on his t l. p. marching to demand the release of the lead us out to st. rigby the 2nd day of mass rallies. 2 police officers were killed in the hall on friday when they will run over cheering confrontations to protest as also died. turkeys president has ordered 10, west, and ambassadors be expelled off they call for the release of a child. philanthropists osman cavanaugh has been imprisoned since late 2017. without being convicted. he was accused of financing the 2013 jesse pont protests
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and participating in a failed could which he denies. a joint statement from several countries including the united states, canada, france, and germany, alleged the case cost a shadow of a respect for democracy. brett bruin is the president of the global situation. we're in consultancy and a full me last diplomat. he says that that president ado on his testing western nations. he is trying to flex his muscle to see how far he could push the west, especially washington. because he believes that after having i had some success with his efforts to rebuff attempts from washington and the west to exert more influence over turkey's decisions. especially when it comes to matters like human rights. he is now in a stronger position and you're, you're seeing him test out just how far he can take it, washington, this could be loathed to escalate this situation. and also, as i mentioned,
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you know, by didn't just is not able to back up some of these threats with robust action. and so you'll see perhaps, or turkey's ambassadors packing up in a lot of these european capitals as well as here in washington. but there will be an attempt to de escalate the situation, try to offer or to one a road off of this a highway to more trouble. we'll see if he takes it. court documents show the com, the u. s. antibiotic bolden fire on sat killing, a woman was handed to him under the instruction that it was safe. it's claimed an assistant direct to indicate the prop was unloaded by shouting cold gun. cinematographer elliana hutchins was fatally shot on the set of film rust on 1st day films director was standing behind, was also wounded. alec baldwin has been questioned, but no one has been charge. the crew members handled weapons almost such as previously spoken about her doubts in doing the job or phil laval joins asli from
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a foundries. and what further detail is that been feel about the protocols and practices that may or may not have been observed on that. when it's more details about the calls that may not have been observed on that, according to some of these reports, you know, we got a number of bits of information coming out some from the affidavit that has been released in new mexico and some from inside sources that have increase it, but speaking and that's being anonymously. but multiple very reputable news organizations here in the united states from inside that film set. and they pay to, they paint is one of what people where quite frankly, really worried about a lack of guns, safety and i have to stress this is not being independent independently verified by al jazeera. this is according to their reporting, but it is from very credible news organizations. now the picture of a paint, as i say, is one where they seem to be incredibly worried or not just because the where a number over that incidents. for example, last week it's reported that alex rules wins stumped up. was given a gun that he was told was a cold gun. that is the term used for act on that has no live ammunition. and yet
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it was fired twice and it's fired out live amunition. and this concern people so much that a camera operator complained other members of stuff said that it was completely unsafe. some even walked out of the chute in protest on the, the claim is that other members, what you might call fresh members of stuff were brought in to take their places to make sure that the production continued. because some of those staff said that the sense that they got this production was that it was a rush job, but they just have to keep on going and get things done from the affidavit. we've learned that alec baldwin was handed this gone by the assistant director who shouted cole, gun against reference, but it was not loaded with a live, with live ammunition, the assistant director at 200. it's him apparently also was under the impression that he was a se objects. we are told that there were 3 firearms on display. they will not be taken away by police who are examining them as part of this investigation. i paused when was not filming a scene at the time, which explains why the crew was so close because it started procedure that when
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a gun is being used on set. and remember, real guns are very rarely use normally buy off fake gun sunday at the effects of become big shot in post production or to see if a gun is being used. a real gun onset, that it usually has blanks and it is almost unheard of the live munition to be used . in this case, a live gun was being used, a real gun was being used, but they will not filming the see. the cinematographer, the director, will also have the side of the set because they were lining up their shots. so they were looking at a monitor. and that is when alec baldwin took out of the holster. on the 2nd attempt, apparently mis 5, it hit lena hutchins and the chest killing had moments later. it's hit the director, joe sue and shoulder. he was taken hospital on his injuries when not life threatening. he was made to religion. normally in that situation, when they would be filming the, they'd be a good distance away that have been watching it on monitors. but we've also heard about audio recordings from the lady who was in charge of handling the gun on set
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these audio recordings from podcast recently. which took about a previous movie where she demonstrates what you might call a lack of experience surrounding such an important wrong. so some of the things that the police are looking at right now. thank you from. thanks, phil laval. well, austria is considering imposing logged on restrictions on the on vaccinated as infections that continue to rise countries. chancellor alexander schellenberg says new rules will come into force. if pressure on the health care system gets worse on the plan, people would need to prove they've been vaccinated or that they've recovered from the virus to and to venues like restaurants and shops. cases have spiked over the last 2 weeks. more than 3 and a half 1000 infections reported just on friday. meanwhile, rushers reported a record number of deaths from the crone of ours for the 5th day in a row. that when nearly 38000 new infections and over a 1000 fatalities, k, his have risen by about 70 percent in the past month. president putin is approved
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a week on nationwide workplace shut down to try and prevent the spread of the virus . russia has one of the lowest vaccination rates in europe and remain or is putting the restrictions in place to deal with a search in cases that they're going to re introduce a night curfew and make the vaccination certificates mandatory for most day to day activities. l before you say hospitals are overwhelmed with patient, just over a 3rd of the adult population is fully vaccinated. i one of the world's biggest polluters, saudi arabia is pledged to reach net 0 carbon emissions by 2060 the kingdom. it's about $600000000.00 tons of carbon dioxide per year, and is the world's largest exporter petroleum. it's promised to invest a $187000000000.00 in new technology to reduce emissions, including carbon capture devices. this will continue to export oil. to ensure market stability in spain,
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the non via region in the province of grenada is not ideal for farming. there's very little rain there and frost from november to april. it's a challenge to get anything out of the soil, but farmers have started a project. the hopes to change that conference, stansell reports. friend martinez is a farmer on a mission trying to work the land against difficult odds in not than m. o. m. i. there. we do not have more than 15 or 20 centimeters of soil in a desert. a stick desert that in winter is very cold, every run can lisa, some of the most difficult conditions for agriculture in the entire world is what you can do in other locations. you cannot do here. if you cannot avoid it. instead, martinez and other farmers in the area are using a new approach in order to maximize yield from what is a harsh environment. this includes mixing crops to improve the health of the soil. they call it poly cropping. knows that we have transformed in agricultural farm
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into a forest only the only difference is to change crops. the olive trees for the pines in between. instead of having other types of bushes, we have our peppers or cojet, sal obgyn. basically the same ecosystem, the same by diversity and fertile soil is a forest. it's a unique way of addressing a massive regional difficulty is pretty, but we'll em, i get that in law. her mind problem, we have practically throughout the mediterranean sea. it is the loss of 1st off soil. the proliferation of certain crops in certain plantations causes the saw to be completely bare and exposed to the rain, which is increasingly to rent your vehicle money. to overcome this, once harvesting, have been completed. farmers lay down a green cutter of vegetation to protect the soil from extreme temperatures. these include mediterranean herbs, serial crops, strips of turf and legumes. not only do they ensure that the bare soil is not exposed to the elements. they also restore nitrogen to the soil, which can encourage healthy plant growth and all without and he decides the project
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is helped by the amsterdam based common land foundation, who call it organic regenerates, have cultivation, and healthy goods is produced by help the landscapes with healthy agriculture and that helps the food at yep. do you know, help to you? people healthy people, the farmers receive no direct subsidies. instead, they will rely on future profits from their produce, including tomatoes, almonds, wine, honey, and all of oils working with mother nature seems to be paying off katherine's down, so i'll da 0. now the spanish by mr. pedro sanchez says, his government is accelerating a to the island of la palmer, where the andre vehicle volcano has been erupting for nearly 5 weeks. scientists say part of the main cone of the volcano collapsed on saturday. more than 7000 people have had to flee their homes. as lava continues to destroy lands and
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buildings. a red giant owl has been photographed in the wild for the 1st time in a 150 years. a team from london's imperial college spotted the shelley's eagle hour in a rain forest. in gonna previous reported sightings in central african locations have not been confirmed. shirley's eagle out was at 1st identified as a species in 1872 by british zoologists. ah. just a quick recap of the headlines now, thousands of haitian and central american refugees and migrants have set off from southern mexico and the hopes of making it to the us. the migrant caravan left from the city of tampa trula a few hours ago. those traveling.


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