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by putting its young residence behind the camera this to be don't often hear told by the people who live them live moody would. this is euro analogy bureau ah. the leader of columbia's biggest drug cartel diary antonio sugar has been arrested in a military operation. ah . hello there, i'm miss darcy. attain this is al 0 life from durham, also coming up. ah, a new migrant caravan pushes past security forces in mexico and an attempt to reach the us afghanistan, security challenge taliban fighters are again targeted in the eastern province of
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manga. as a security operation continues against iso on the brink of bankruptcy, indonesia is flag carrier, struggles with the pandemic and mounting debt. ah, now the leader of columbia's biggest drug cartel has been arrested. the country's president has darrow antonio sugar, who's known as aton yell, was captured in a meticulous operation. he was highly sought in the us, and washington describes them as a leader of an armed and violent drug cartel and had put up a $5000000.00 award for helping find him. died one donio also got, i'll yes, ordonia. this is the hardest blow that has been dealt to drug trafficking in this 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
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a recruiter of minor. and she's also known for the insanity that led him to abuse, adolescent boys and girls. a summer ram kathy is and bob with her with more. this was the biggest drug trafficker in columbia. he has been so for the last 2 decades, really as you was leading a major trafficking group and known as a coff cartel that operates in the north of the country, mostly close to the border with panama. that's the base of this organization that has, according to colombia and intelligence, some 1200 armed men. that's their base in the north. uh because their country, but they operate in more than 300 municipalities across columbia. they are considered to be responsible for the exports of the maturity of the cocaine that reaches the united states and europe from cologne. a group that has
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been expanding increasingly in the last years and that it has grown even more since the peace deal between the columbia government and the far rebels back in 2016 occupying spaces where they give the yeah. help influenced before in the country. he was the most wanted man in columbia, and it, while it's surprising that he has been finally arrested. it's also true that the government, as a used to all of its power to try and arrest this man. and elizabeth dickinson is international crisis group senior analyst for colombia, and 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.
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something that was very unique to me is that he had the ability to unite very disparate factions of this, our group armed in clarksville that was running a part of the drug trade in northern, i mean, central columbia in the aftermath of his arrest. i think one of the major questions and certainly something that we will be watching closely, is how that will react. often in a case like this, there is a struggle for power within the organization that can actually result in new fishers, new disputes, and new levels of violence in territories that will be disputed between various actions that are seeking to take control of this highly lucrative and extremely expensive territorial operation will, interestingly, oguio 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
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possible and ultimately decided that it wasn't the right time to do that. but i think it generally will not be on the off ramp for all of the conflict 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 certainly negotiation, whether at a local level, at a national level. however, it takes shape. that's really the only off ram. and filling these vacuums into finding a way forward. or thousands as migrants in refugees have set off on foot from southern mexico and the hopes of making it to the united states, i think, is mainly made up of people from haiti, and central america has now been stranded in southern mexico for months. john han reports 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 fools away through the country into the u. s . border. the only surprise it's at this time around. they have been stopped by
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mexican authorities, yet i about a 1000 people left up at eula, the city close to mexico, southern board with guatemala on saturday morning. they were trying to break through a ring of security pieces confining them there over months. they called the city of prison. i was at o. many can i once have been detained, he forsake 7 or 8 months, and then we been look up for a long time. we can't take it anymore. we don't have war gone 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. only my oh, shoot the off the leaving top. a tula, a shield will of the national god, the block, the road ahead. that usually signals the end, the caravans, detentions deputations this time around. after a struggle, most people go through. 7 7 now they go on, but very slowly,
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mexican authorities of strictly prohibited bosses 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 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 aim is to get to met, screw city, and get papers to stay. those who want to travel further to the u. s. or a should have a cold woke him. forces in texas state radi be mobilized to stop them. that's if met screws authorities don't do so 1st and soon as on the u. s. pressure, they always have done before. john holman, out visitor metzger. city in afghanistan,
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several taliban members have been killed and multiple attacks and anger province. in separate incidents, 2 roadside bombs killed at least 3 people, including a child official say the bumps for targeting a taliban vehicle. no group has claimed responsibility. stephanie deca has one hour from cobble 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 . 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
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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, not 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 situation here,
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hungary as prime minister, has accused foreign powers of meddling in his countries politics. victor, all that was addressing his supporters, a 1000, turned out for rival rallies in the capital, budapest, nor a bad many reports. looking back 65 years and into the future, tens of thousands upon gary and march to budapest in support of prime minister victor oberon. the date marked the anniversary of the 1956, and the soviet uprising here brought to the parliamentary elections expected next april. this was also a chance to her mind, but his cell 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. the air of the soviet doctrine permeates europe as well. it is time for them, brussels to understand that even the communist could not defeat the signed in the machinery, the stick and the wheels either on or or vans right wing finish. polity has 13
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consecutive landslide victories in the last 12 years. but for the next, he is though looking tighter. they've introduced measures such as an income tax rebates for families or bands also stepped up its strong anti immigration rhetoric. miss stucky, it's as in cat, this, rolla sasha don't to the 2022 election will be a decisive election and we will have to join our forces ahead of him and caper. hungary is really being attacked by the west. what yet old saga? modern trying to stop or ban is this man pita marquis vi whose support to state their own rally. he's the mayor of a small farming town. more importantly, he leads to 6 party opposition alliance and then neck and neck with for dash in opposition polls. and absolutely so i am absolutely hopeful. i think this will be a very important election that primaries have also shown us, that this would be
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a story collection because there's never been such a unity in hungary getting them by the opposition leader is promising to tackle corruption, introduce the euro currency, and draw a new constitution with 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 he, his vote, could have real implications for the countries relationship with the outside wall to offer located between now and then. both sides will continue arguing that they represent true hungarian values nor those manly al jazeera, on stella had here on out as in by the kid. nothing as pencil truck driver's is killing unrest in the capital of haiti. and defending his decision to stop a rescue ship from docking that former italian interior minister goes on trial and sicily
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ah, seasonally, we have back to know that even a rock temperatures come back to where they are, there are no particular strong winds. the moment around the edges, for example, the black sea, where it looks rather stormy. and this snow in the known part of pakistan, there is some action going on. now, with temperatures back down to normal in doha, what tails most, it's a humidity. if you got a sham oblong, i returned on tuesday. it's dry, it feels fine. if not, it gets quite humid and misty and feel hotter than you might expect. i know 35 is hot, but not if you live in the ravine peninsula. now there's the picture for monday, the snow fades, but we're caspian. scott is normally come again. there are shouts, pick you up, we have snow showers in the caucasus. of course. eventually they'll produce those out and thunderstorms, likely in that part of iran. if you're in turkey and you're on the north coast,
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this is not a good day for you snowing lambert right along the coast. fairly windy, that winds picky up again through boss was the gym, and the eastern men down to was northern africa. nor need shipped in particular for tropical africa. quite looking picture on the eastern side. however, it's not so further west. clearly there is rain running through d, r c, and down towards northern angola. the picture in kigali is of daily sandstorms, not usually at lunch, but not always. ah. in 1958, charles de gaulle made a famous speech in algeria. ah, but he could not hold back the tide of algeria independence. keep francis colonies in africa. and the disconnect in the final episode of the series i'll just explore was how the long and bitter fight for the french empire still resonates today.
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blood in tears french. the colonization on al jazeera lou. ah ha. they are watching al jazeera. let's remind you of our top stories here. the south, the leader of columbia's biggest drug cartel has been arrested. the country's president has diarrhea. antonio sugar is also known as attorney l was captured in a meticulous operation. washington had put up a 5000000 dollar award for help in finding him. thousands of migrants have been traveling from southern mexico in the hopes of making it to the united states. the group is mainly made up of people from haiti and central america,
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even stranded in tampa, tudor for months. several members of the taliban have been killed in a day of attacks, and afghanistan's eastern manga province is, comes as security operations continue against iso. no group has yet claimed responsibility. how severe fuel shortages have sparked even more protests and haiti's capital. the cost of fuel is stored in some petrol stations of closed dans have now started kidnapping and killing truck drivers as manual. palo reports from puerto prince ah, fires burning in the streets of the haitian capital, while protest, super worsening insecurity, have swept the city in recent days. demonstrations over fuel shortages are also becoming a daily occurrence. there are fears the city would come to a standstill if supplies or resumes soon are lit up. although i lit up with the government is not doing its job. they are the ones that you give a security that they should do everything to make sure pumps of petrol. so we can
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do what we have to do with the plug the despite some gas stations already running dry hues of motorists keep growing as detention at the pump. where the problem is, the people in government, the richer fighting the pool so motorists tell us fuel is becoming so to come by. it can take days to get their hands on only a few gallons across the haitian capital. many petrol stations have closed their doors altogether. creating a black market fuel in recent days, the price of gasoline has gone from $10.00 to $15.00 per gallon. and it's the cost that's only getting higher as the fuel shortage. worse, delivering fuel to residence has become more difficult as violence linked to criminal gangs spreads to more parts of the city. gang members have made a lucrative business out of extorting and kidnapping petrol delivery driver. will
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transfer orders are threatening to strike, to protest against the violence directed towards delivery personnel. women from opera, not very big either. a reason why there's no petrol is that some of the drivers have been kidnapped previously with the trunks thorn as of paid for the truck. to be released but left the driver behind and they were killed. not that's why drivers now scared to go to the congo terminal, because they may get kidnapped music audio guys. though the recent abduction of 17 missionaries by haitian gang has captured global headlines, violence in kidnappings are challenged, that most residents here face on a daily basis. and between increasing insecurity, fast rising fuel prices and an economic crisis exacerbated by the ongoing. coby 19 pandemic security experts say the situation is a ticking time bomb for social unrest. manuel that apollo al jazeera, puerto prince. if he is former interior minister mateus alvin, he has gone on trial, his role and blocking on migrant rescue ship in 20. 19 the far right politician is
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accused of kidnapping and the abuse of power. at a many reports from run, the trial of italy's former interior minister mateo sardine began on saturday in palermo. he stands charged with kidnapping in their election of duty for preventing a boat from disembarking migrants after they were rescued at sea. the court quickly approved the prosecutions 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 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
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a 147 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 face. i think they played at the time how vinnie had to create a closed important 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 lump medusa. during that time, many jumped into the sea and attempted to swim to shore. the experience have been kept it see had a devastating effect on the migrants, according to the psychologist who spoke to them while they were still on the boat. a listed mortal being kept on board meant they were re traumatized again and again when they felt continuously abused, it was an abuse of power that the sardine says he was just carrying out the policies of the government at the time. this trial comes right as my tech savvy me
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finds himself in one of the weakest political moments career. and in many of his statements, he deflecting from the main issue to hand and blaming the trial on an overzealous traditional system that he says is wasting tax payers money. if convicted south vini 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 just euro room. now court documents have reveal that us act. alec baldwin was told that a gun he was handed on a movie set was safe, but he shot dead as cinematographer when he fired that weapon on the set of the film roughed full of l 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 panicked voice of a crew member calling 911 from the set of this movie thursday afternoon,
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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 it with a real bullet or why? 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 him, the shoulder not fatally, and shares came down, sit on another set there with live a live gun 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 points inside his se crew were extremely concerned that they had complained about a lack of safety protocols around guns. some even apparently walking off in protest,
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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 said 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 with the crew so close at the time? so many questions to be answered as this police investigation continues. and hollywood comes to times with the tragic loss of one of its rising stars. fen
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lavelle al jazeera los angeles. well, indonesia is a flag carrier airline. the router is on the brink of bankruptcy. it's been hit hard by the global decline and travel. but even before this pandemic, the airline was still struggling with mounting debt. jessica washington reports from jakarta, indonesia largest 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 fall. it's a welcome change for the countries ation industry. but it may not be enough to save one major player drowning in debt. the countries oldest airline crew to indonesia is getting close to bankruptcy. if not a predictor. in terms of the debts amounting to i, mrs. trillion. so for the year, which is coming up to billions. ah,
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the pandemic 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 lawsuits over unpaid debt. the airline c o, a fun city. a put route 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 garage, 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 flag carrier faces an uncertain future aviation expert sega router, indonesia has struggled to compete with low cost carriers grappling with weak
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earnings while paying for a large and expensive flight of aircraft that are mostly least 5 years earlier. receive some of the operational costs of gary's increased dramatically and, and some of the information mal 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 air as a passenger carry it 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, like the 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, or let it collapse. jessica washington out a 0 to carter. now
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a cargo ship has caught fire. well anchored off canada, southwest coast. 16 crew members have been evacuated from that vessel, but 5, remain on board. the coast guards as flames broke out on the envies in kingston on saturday morning. the blaze is believed to be linked to, to damaged containers carrying hazardous materials. the spain's prime minister has promised to speed up aid to people whose homes have been destroyed by lava in the canary islands watching live pictures now of the comm, ravia volcano on la palmer which has been erupt ing for nearly 5 weeks. more than 7000 people have fled their homes, are staying in spain, and a group of farmers and southern spain, se it's testing a new approach to agriculture and on via is in a semi arid desert that gets very little rain in the winter, in the farm as there's a it can be difficult to go anything in the soil that they're hoping to change that catherine stansell reports. friend martinez is a farmer on
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a mission trying to work the land against difficult odds in northern m. o. m. i. there. we do not have more than 15 or 20 centimeters of soil in a desert, a step desert that and winter is very cold out of your lungs. liza 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 into a forest, only the only difference is to change crops law, the olive trees for the pines in between. instead of having other types of bushes, we have our peppers, ac cojet, se obgyn. basically the same ecosystem, the same biodiversity and fertile soil is a forest. it's a unique way of addressing a massive regional difficulty preview by prelim aagot than him or her mind problem
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. we have practically throughout the mediterranean sea. it is the loss of 1st off soil. the proliferation of certain crops in certain plantations causes a saw to be completely bare and exposed to the rain, which is increasingly to rent you vehicle money. to overcome this, once harvesting has been completed. farmers lay down a green cover 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 decides. the project 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's healthy food at yet. do you know, help to you?
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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 oliver oils working with mother nature seems to be paying off. caffeine stansell al jazeera. ah hello there. this is al jazeera and these are the headlines. the leader of columbia's biggest drug cartel has been arrested. the country is president, has darrow antonio osha, who's also known as attorney l, was captured in a meticulous operation. washington had put up a 5000000 dollar award to help find him. dial antonio issue i'll yes or danielle. this is the hardest blow that has been dealt to drug trafficking.


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