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one or one east to investigate why so many women call having invasive surgery on al jazeera ah angry all, jesse are with the leader of columbia's biggest drug cartel. diary antonio sugar has been arrested in a military operation. ah, hello there. i'm associate am. this is al jazeera live from door ha, also coming. ah, and you, my grand caravan pushes past security forces and mexico in an attempt to reach the
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u. s. have canister on security challenge. taliban fighters are again targeted in the eastern province of manga. as a security operation continues against iso. and on the brink of bankruptcy, indonesians flag carry a hit by the pandemic and mountain debt. ah! now the leader of columbia is a biggest drug cartel has been arrested columbia, as president says darrow antonio is sugar, also known as a ton yell was captured in a meticulous operation, was highly sought in the united states. washington describes him as the leader of an armed and violent drug cartel and had put up a $5000000.00 award to help locate him. died one donio also got i'll yes, ordonia. this is the hardest blow that has been dealt to drug trafficking in this
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century in our country. and this blows only comparable to the fall of pablo escobar in the ninety's murder of policemen soldiers, social leaders, as well as a recruiter of minor. and she's also known for the insanity that led him to abuse, adolescent boys and girls. while elizabeth dickinson is international crisis group senior analyst for colombia, she says his arrest could trigger a power struggle within his gang. i think one of the things to watch now is how this arrest actually changes the configuration of the conflict here in columbia. something that was very unique about open. yeah. is that you have the ability to unite very different factions of this. our group armed in cartel that was running in part of the drug trade in northern, i mean central, columbia and e aftermath of his arrest. i think one of the major questions, and certainly something that we will be watching closely, is how that group reacts. often in a case like this, there is a struggle for power within the organization that can actually result in new
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fissures, new disputes, and new levels of violence in territories that will be disputed between various actions that are seeking take control of this highly lucrative and extremely expensive territorial operation. well, interesting. the oatmeal has a very and distinct history in terms of negotiations with the government. because exactly after that agreement with the part was negotiated in 2016 ultimately and expressed an interest in negotiating with the government of ben at the time. one minute sentence, there was a little bit of an approach between the 2 sides to see if something would be possible and ultimately approved. and that this organization was far more criminal than political and so negotiation and the scientist government decided that it wasn't the right time to do that. but i think in generally going to be off around for all of the conflicts that we've seen and, and what we've seen since the piece deal with the far because again, vacuum that's been filled by various factors, the offer for all those myriad conflicts that have adam wise in recent years is
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certainly negotiation, whether at a local level, at a national level. however, it takes shape that's really the only off ram. and to feeling the vacuums and finding a way forward. a thousands of migrants and refugees of such off on foot from southern mexico and the hope of making it to the united states. the group is mainly made up of haitians and central americans who have been stranded now in southern mexico for months. there were minor scuffles as they pushed past state police who were trying to stop them. john han hon. it's now from mexico city. ha, another caravan emits code. it's been a reoccurring picture of the last 2 years. migrants grouping together to try and full sway through the country and to the us. buddha. the only surprise it's at this time around them been stopped by mexican authorities. yet i about a 1000 people left up a tula, the city, close to mexico, southern booth with guatemala on saturday morning they were trying to break through
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a ring of security pieces confining them there over mumps. they called the city a prison. i was of many can i want to have in the taint, he forsake 7 or 8 months and then we'd be look up for a long time. we can't take it anymore. we don't have war guy and we can't leave he nor gone to, which is much worse. so we need to get out of here to feed our family, alma oh, shortly after leaving tampa, tula, a shield. wool of the national guard, the block, the road ahead. that usually signals the end, the caravans detentions deputations this time around of, for a struggle. most people through. 7 7 now they go on, but very slowly, mexican authorities have strictly prohibited buses, will taxis carrying migrants on foot? it will take them weeks to cover the about 2000 kilometers to the us, especially with women and children present. although the majority of those walking
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a men, where are they from different places, haiti, south, and central america. but most of something in common, they're playing poverty, political turmoil, or violence in their own lands. at the moment their i'm is to get to mexico city and get papers to stay. those who want to travel further to the us are assured of a cold welcome. forces in texas state, rudy, be mobilized to stop them. that's if met goes authorities to do so. first and soon as under us pressure, they always have done before. john holman, does it or mexico city? or clara long is an associate director with the u. s. program at human rights watch . she says migrant crisis and southern mexico could have been avoided. this is a situation in which a crisis is being created, but it doesn't have to be yes. there are a lot of people who are on the move. and in this hemisphere,
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a lot of people who are fleeing from insecurity from the effects of climate change and mexico have had them stuck in southern mexico and have used in recent month and weeks, excessive and abusive force against people who have tried to leave their mexico and head towards the united states, united states for its part is also under biden. and using a hard line border policy that the expelling people rapidly including places like haiti, where they cannot be received in safety and all the while not following through on the promises biden. the candidate need to have a holistic approach to migration, to manage migration, and to have a humane and dignified border. there's enormous disappointment here in the united states among human rights and civil rights activists who really hoped for something different from a human rights perspective. wants to see people having to undertake irregular
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journeys. you know, journeys that don't, aren't as easy as you are. i might have getting a plane ticket and getting on an airplane and going somewhere that's. that's a recipe for harm. now enough chemist on several taliban members have been killed and multiple attacks and none the whole province in separate incidents to roadside bombs killed at least 3 people, including a child official say the bombs were targeting a taliban vehicle. no group has claimed responsibility, but there has been a space of attacks by an ice will affiliate since the taliban to power and august. stephanie deca has from couple multiple security incidents on saturday in july all about that is the capital of manga 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
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. 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 . we've seen 2 she a mosques attacked over the last couple of weeks one and couldn't do in 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. an eyesore does not have geography. geographic dropped 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
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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 situation here, attack he is president, has demanded the 10 western ambassadors be expelled for calling for the release of a jail philanthropist. osman kamala has been in prison since 2017. he's accused of participating in a failed crew, which he denies. a joint statement from several countries including the u. s. canada france and germany alleged the case cost a shadow of a respect for democracy tech. he is called that statement responsible. i ali i spoke to brett bro and he is the president of the global situation room consultants in was a former u. s. diplomat. he says that on is testing western nations. he is trying to
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flex his muscle and 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, 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 turkeys 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. well,
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it's lease format interior minister. material solving has gone on trial for his role and blocking a migrant rescue ship in 2019 and fall right. politician is accused of kidnapping and the abusive power. he faces a maximum of 15 years in jail if he's convicted. how many reports from rome? the trial of italy's former interior minister, mateo saline began on saturday in palermo. he stands charged with kidnapping in dare election 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, 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
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hollywood is going to testify about my behavior at a trial at the heart of the case. it's heaviness, 2019 order to block that boat, which was carrying a $147.00 migrants from docking on italian shores. the vessel operated by the spanish in geo open arms had rescued the migrants in the middle of the mediterranean and spent 3 weeks waiting for a safe port. so they could disembark, my friends, i think they played at the time. so vini had to create a closed port policy, meant to keep the migrants from trying to cross the mediterranean. that policy kept the migrants waiting about 2 weeks within sight of the italian island of lun producer. during that time, many jumped into the sea and attempted to swim to shore. the experience have been kept at c had a devastating effect on the migrants, according to the psychologist who spoke to them while they were still on the boat. it lifted, i'm more, a little being kept on board meant they were re traumatized again and again,
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they fell continuously abused. it was an abuse of power in the southeast as he was just carrying out the policies of the government at the time. this trial comes right. as matter saline finds himself in one of the weakest political moments of his career. and in many of his statements, he deflecting from the main issues at hand, and blaming the trial on an overzealous judicial system that he says, if wasting taxpayer's money. if convicted sal vinny could face up to 15 years in prison, with more than 2 dozen witnesses said to testify, the case will carry on for several months. adam rainy, i'll g 0 roam. i'll stella had hair on out of there, displaced by violence. hundreds of indigenous colombian set up a protest camp in the capitol, demanding financial aid. show a strength by hungarian prime minister victor alba as he faces the united opposition ahead of next year's election.
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ah, well that's extraordinary wants withdrawl from the east coast. now the winds turned round for eastern candor and east nearest him to drop by 10 degrees. and that drop in temperature means is a meeting of minds here and the potential for big storms and parsley midwest in the central plains. but the big storage limits like to be this thickness, october storm on the pacific seaboard could greedy be a record breaker. the wind strength is touching hurricane. the rain persistent could easily get flashed flooding. there are of course, fire scars. he has the range easily fled down the mountains and central valley can be wet. anyway. gus of 120. confirm that hurricane force and slow up to meet a wet snow and the whole lot expands the winds, not quite as strong. on monday, the rain going south towards ella may be in san diego,
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and the snow following it is going to cause some significant problems. but to some degree is welcome is increasing the snowpack fairly early. second hurricane neuro maybe rick is strengthening that will make landfall sometime on sunday or early monday at on this coast of mexico. that's where most of the energy is going to be in central america. that's one router watch. but to the east of that. it's just more big. santos tools, focusing probably on cuba and the knowles and yucatan. pulitzer, ah! but on counting the cost, the g. 20 debt relief deal, which was supposed to help poor countries, but ended up lining the pockets of private investors. also, how to mom for goods is leading to arrive in force at child labor and from exporting cocaine to cannabis lobbies, ambitious to self medical marijuana. counting the cost on al jazeera blue, unprompted, and uninterrupted discussions from
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a london broadcast santa ah ah ah ah, hello, they are watching out a 0. let's remind you of our top stories. the sour, the leader of columbia's biggest drug cartel, has been arrested columbia as president says darrow antonio is sugar, also known as of tanya, was captured in a meticulous operation. washington and put up a $5000000.00 reward to help locate him. while thousands of migrants have been travelling from southern mexico, the hopes of making it to the u. s. the group is mainly made up of patients and
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central americans who have been stranded now in tampa to that for months. several taliban forces have been killed in a day of multiple attacks and afghanistan's eastern angle province. as comes as security operations continue against iso, no group has yet to claim responsibility there for those attacks. while hungry is prime minister, has accused a foreign powers of meddling and his country's politics, victor alba, and was addressing supporters as thousands turned out for rival rallies in the capital. budapest, the demonstrations were in support of opposing candidates in next year's parliamentary elections. nor about man, the reports. looking back 65 years and into the future. tens of thousands upon gary's march to budapest in support of prime minister victor oberon, the date moxy, anniversary of the 1956 anti soviets uprising here. thought with the parliamentary elections expected next april. this was also
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a chance for robin to rehearse his mind. but he fell. what would you basil brussels to day speaks to us and treats us along with the pole as if we were an enemy. we have a feeling of deja vu the air of the soviet doctrine permeates europe. that's all. well, it is time for them brussels to understand that even the communists could not defeat as i do. yes, we are the sand and the machinery, the stick in the wheels you that you have on off or bands right wing. fidel party has 13 consecutive landslide victories in the last 12 years. but for the next he is though to looking tighter. they've introduced measures such as an income tax rebates for families or bands also stepped up its strong anti immigration rhetoric struck 8th as a catheter wallace dosher down to the 2022 election will be a decisive election and we will have to join our forces ahead of him. okay. pen. hungary is really being attacked by the west. and what year old cycled,
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what you're trying to stop. hold on is this man peter marquis vi whose support to state their own rally. he's the mayor of a small farming town. more importantly, he leads to 6th party opposition alliance and then neck and neck with the dash and opposition poles. in absolute bishop, i am absolutely hopeful. i think this will be a very important election that primaries i've also shown us that this would be a story collection because there's never been such a unity in hungary getting them. the opposition leader is promising to tackle corruption, introduced the euro currency, and draft a new constitution. our basic goals for all of us left and right is a hungary to be a democracy, to be governed by the rule of law in market economy and part of the european union . these 4 basic values we all share, the result of next year's vote could have real implications for the countries relationship with the outside world to y'all. ok between now and then both sides will continue arguing that they represent true hungarian values nor opposed,
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manly al jazeera and tens of thousands of people from minority faiths have been rallying in cities across bangladesh. now protesting against reason, to tax on hindu temples of homes. at least 6 people were killed earlier this month during a hindu religious festival. and followed allegations that the muslim holy book the koran was disrespected in a temple. the protesters are calling for a judicial commission to investigate the attacks. now court documents are revealed that u. s. actor alec baldwin was told that a gun he was handed on a movie set was safe, but when he fired the weapon on the set of the film rust, he fatally shot a cinematographer. no one has been charged fella. bell reports now from los angeles grant accidentally shot on a movie set by a prop done. we need help immediately. the nasa creek ranch come on. that is the
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panicked voice of a crew member calling 911 from the set of this movie thursday afternoon. the director and cinematographer shot by star alec baldwin, who can help our director in our camera managed camera one and it's been shot. are they going to take him to the right? so was that it was a real bullet or i cannot tell you that they were filming a weston in santa fe new mexico. both winds gun appearing to misfire. hutchins shot in the chest. she died a short time later in hospital director joe sousa, standing behind her hit in the shoulder not fatally, and shares came down, sit on another set. there was life a life gone, discharge reports from source is on the sat claim that had been 2 misfires from the gun just a week earlier. that gun apparently handed to baldwin on thursday by the assistant director, say court documents both forth. it was free of live ammunition baldwin treating a link to this story, emphasizing that very point. insiders say crew were extremely concerned that they
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had complained about a lack of safety protocols around guns. some even apparently walking off in protest, allegedly replaced by new members in an effort to keep the production on track. this as audio comes to light of the gun handler, apparently expressing her lack of experience when talking about her previous movie . you know, i was really nervous about at 1st and i almost didn't take the job because i wasn't sure if i was ready. but doing it like it went really smoothly. hollywood is familiar with tragedy on sets. brandon lay, son of star, bruce lee killed by a gun nearly 30 years ago while shooting the crow, that led through a range of safety protocols being brought in. and so the big question in hollywood, where are those protocols being followed? if so, how could this have happened? why was there live ammunition on set? why would the crew so close at the time? so many questions to be answered as this police investigation continues. and
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hollywood comes to times with the tragic loss of one of its rising stars. phil laval, al jazeera los angeles, are indonesia is flag carry. airline router is on the brink of bankruptcy. it's been hit hard by the global decline and travel that even before this pandemic, the airline was struggling with mounting debt. jessica washington reports from jakarta and indonesia loudest airport. passenger traffic is on the rise. as domestic tourism enjoys a resurgence after months of relative quiet travel restrictions at major airports around the country are easing. as the number of coven 19 cases falls. it's a welcome change for the countries aviation industry. but it may not be enough to save one major player drowning in debt. the countries oldest airline to router indonesia is edging close to bankruptcy. it's not a pretty picture in terms of the debts amounting to hi,
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mrs. trillian, sophia, which is coming up to billions. ah, the panoramic had a severe impact on the fly. kerio passenger numbers have fallen by 90 percent and flight frequency has reduced from 400 to less than 100 flights a day. the airlines total debt is now $4900000000.00 and the company faces several law suits over unpaid debts. the airline c o. a fan city a portrait told al jazeera steps have been taken to turn the company around, including renegotiating airplane, leasing costs, and restructuring loans. like many airlines around the world's convert, indonesia has struggled through the pandemic because of travel related restrictions, but grew does financial woes. it started long before the pandemic, and now the fly carrier faces an uncertain future. aviation expert sager
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router indonesia has struggled to compete with low cost carriers grappling with weak earnings while paying for a large and expensive flight of aircraft that i mostly least 5 years earlier. receive some of the operational costs of gary dice, increased dramatically, and them softly into mesh amal flight. for example, java london is not the approved profitable. the airline is still mostly owned by the government, and the ministry of state owned enterprises has proposed rebranding. a state own charter service pillay to an, as a passenger carrier to replace gruder or putting in more state cash. the ministry declined an interview with al jazeera, the option of the bankruptcy. liquidation of godaddy is freddy electra feasible option right now. under pressure to resolve the crisis at gruder, the government faces a difficult choice, either try and save the failing airline,
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or let it collapse. jessica washington to 0 to carter. hundreds of indigenous and barrow people are living in a park. in the center of columbia is capital. they were displaced by violence and the territory is a year and a half ago. now they are protesting off to the government stopped providing housing and financial aid at us under m p. s. u. reports from ball guitar. for 20 days, hundreds of indigenous embed. i have been living in 10th and other plastic sheets and moved with as national park located in this city center. like most here. i know that his family were displayed from their village in western columbia a year ago. after being caught in the crossfire of rising violence between on groups in the military, at 1st they received housing assistance in coby $900.00 subsidies, but the relief package ran out in september and they've ended up here saying they have nowhere else to go down. we can't feed ourselves some eat some don't and the
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winter is hard here. if we had a safe way to go back, we would. but if we can't them, we need help. can conditions are dire. 5 kids have ended up sick in the intensive care unit. this week, either some 1500 them better or currently homeless in the city. few speak spanish, a 1000 that been relocated to a camp outside bush with basic amenities. city out dorothy agree. it's not ideal, but it's all they can offer malay in, pick it up with a lot of the subsidies gone begin indefinitely by the district that they had an exploration for the band to make. the victims law, which is a national entity should begin reparations processing. we are waiting for that to happen and hopefully they will also be able to return home. but as soon of friday, the capital police issued an order of eviction giving authorities 48 hours to try and convince the bearer to voluntarily moved to
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a different camp on the outskirts of braga before forcibly removing them. a previous attempt this week to conduct a pre removal census ended in scuffles 2020 was the most vile if year in more than a decade in columbia and with continuing conflict in remote areas. many more indigenous people could be forced to resettle in cities like bogota in coming months. so meal is the indian asked in yoga level, thousands of indigenous people that to seek refuge in cities as a result of the violence, the war and the arm groups operating in their territories. they are being sacked by those who wants to take the gold, the wood, and the other resources. all they want is to be able to go back. but unfortunately, there is no real return policy. a complicated humanitarian crisis, the critics say will only worsen unless it's root causes are addressed. i listened to them beauty and just need i've gotta al spain's prime minister has promised to
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speed up aid to people whose homes have been destroyed by lava and the canaries. the convey her volcano on la palmer island has now been interrupting for nearly 5 weeks. more than 7000 people have had to flee their homes and rivers of lava continued to destroy landon buildings that robin dorn in less bit of don't give up your hope. we are the solidarity of the spaniards is here on the island of la palmer, the spanish government here, and will be here every single day of this crisis and every day. but once it's over, the spanish government will be here. i will order. oh, hello there. this is al jazeera and these are the headlines. the leader of columbia biggest drug cartel has been arrested kilometers. president says darrow antonio shoe gun, known as atanya, was captured in a meticulous operation. the u. s. had put up a $5000000.00 award to help locate him. died went on your issue gun,
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i'll yes or danielle. this is the hardest blow that has been dealt to drug tr.


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