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continues against iso and rallies in bangladesh. his anger grows over recent tax targeting hindu temples and others ah, thousands of migrants, refugees of set off on foot from southern mexico, in the hopes of making it to the u. s. the group is mainly made up of haitians and central americans who have been stranded in southern mexico for months. there were minor scuffles as they pushed past state. police were trying to stop him. john holborn reports from mexico city. ha, another caravan emits code. it's been a reoccurring pietro to the last 2 years, migrants grouping together to try and full sway through the country and to the us border. the only surprise, it's that this time around, they have been stopped by mexican authorities. yet. oh, about
a 1000 people left up a tula, the city, close to metzger, southern booth with guatemala on saturday morning. they were trying to break through a ring of security fees is confining them there. over months they called the city of prison. i was and i would owe money and i was having the thank you for 67 or 8 months, and then we been look up for a long time. we can't take it any more. we don't have war and we can't leave he nor gone to, which is much worse. so we need to get out of here to feed their family up with alma oh, shoot the off the leaving top a tula, a shield, wool of the national god. the blow the road ahead that usually signals the end, the caravans, detentions deputations, this time around of the struggle. most people go 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 a men where they from different places haiti, south, and central america, but most of something in common, they fleeing poverty, political turmoil, or violence in their own lands. at the moment their i missed to get to metzger city and get papers to stay. those who want to travel further to the u. s. or a should have a code welcome. forces in texas state already been mobilized to stop them. that's if mexico's authorities don't do so 1st, and soon as on the u. s. pressure, they always have done before. john holman, does it or mexico city far along is an associate director with the u. s. program at human rights watch. she says the migrant crisis, so the 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 hemisphere. a lot of people who are fleeing from insecurity from the effects of climate change in 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 the mexico and head towards the united states in the united states for its part is also under biden and using a hard line border policy that the expelling people rapidly including to places like haiti, where they can not be received in safety. and all the while not following through on the promise of 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 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. the leader of columbia's biggest drug cartel has been arrested columbia's presence, his daughter antonia cigna, known as antonio, was captured in a meticulous operation. he was highly sought in the u. s. washington describes him as a leader, an armed invited drug cartel. it had put up a $5000000.00 would help locate him. died when daniel issue run. i'll, yes or danielle, 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 follow pablo escobar in the ninety's murder of policeman soldiers, social leaders, as well as
a recruiter of minor edison. she is also known for the insanity that led him to abuse adolescent boys and girls chick. one was it done? let's get more on this. her, the alice hung around pity in bogus her alessandra. who is this man a sugar? well, you heard from president can do there he is. was the biggest drug trafficker in columbia. he has been so for the last 2 decades, really as you was leading 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 columbia, and intelligent, some 1200 armed men. that's their base in the north because their country. but they operate more than $300.00 municipalities across columbia. and they are considered
to be responsible for the exports of the maturity of the cocaine. that reaches at the united states and europe from cologne. a group that has been expanding increasingly in the last years. and that has grown even more since the piece deal between the 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 is surprising that he has been finally arrested, is also true that the government, as a used to all of its power to try at rest this man president the band was looking for a success of this kind because he is
a politician that promised to bring security back into the country, he didn't have much to show for it. and this is definitely a major success for the government. as you said in your introduction, he was also a man wanted by the united states who offer $5000000.00 us dollars for any information about them. we also understand that this was a major operation that has been meticulously planned in the last 2 weeks when a special forces discovered the location of open. yeah. some $500.00 members of columbia special forces participate in 24 hours. and we now know from information that we got from the army that today as he was being chased the last day, is that security group. and he was alone hiding in the bushes. alexander,
i'm here to live for us in vogue. tough now. elizabeth dickenson isn't the international crisis group senior analyst for columbia. she joined us live from the capital budget also. elizabeth every so often we hear that the world's most powerful, the world's most dangerous drug lords has been captured. yet there is always another one on the fact of the us until the west of spelling, spending billions of dollars here on illegal drugs. there always will be another one. i think that's right. and i think one of the things to watch now is how this arrest actually changes the configuration of the concrete here in columbia. something that was very unique. um, yeah. is that you have the ability to unite very disparate fractions of this are group. i'm in cartel that was running in part of the drug trade in northern. i'm in 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 group reacts.
often in a case like if 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, but then you're talking about another operation, you're talking about a power vacuum. that power vacuum is definitely going to get filled out. and so offering awards like the u. s. is done of like $5000000.00. that's a drop in the ocean for these guys. i mean, they're just going to regroup and carry on. and like you say it's going to be somebody else will take over. so is this just, you know, a band aid on a massive injury? you know, i think there are 2 issues here. i think the capture is very important, partially because of the potential intelligence that he has to offer to the colombian state, particularly they are able to get him to talk
a little bit about what he knows is an individual who has been involved in organized crime and arm groups in columbia for 3 decades, including a nexus with numerous politicians, members of the military men, you've already been discredited or tried for their crimes, but i'm sure many who are are still likely to come out in the coming weeks if they are successful in getting to talk, that's sort of one side of this capture certainly is important in for what it could expose about the dynamics of the economy. conflicts. on the other hand though, as you mentioned, there are the dynamics on the ground. and i think really for us, the real concern will be, what is the civilian fall out for this operation? and in terms of the media operation in the territory where it was conducted and in terms of the configuration of this power backing that will take place. now in columbia, and so the columbia authorities have made a sort of a peace agreement, should we say with the fog rebels, that as you say, may have allowed a neil to actually consolidate his power or things like that. the way forward is
that a common ground? i mean, i know we talk about legal drugs, but is there a common ground that can reduce the violence and that can reduce the amount of money being made? well interesting, the olden young has a very and deceit history. in terms of negotiations with the government, because exactly after that agreement with the park was negotiated in 2016. ultimately, an expressed an interest in negotiating with the government. as 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 also the be approved. and that this organization was far more criminal than political and so a negotiation and the santos government decided that it wasn't the right time to do that. but i think in generally will not be on the off ramp for all of the conflict that we've seen. and what we've seen since the piece deal with the far because again, as you've said, a 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 orfram and feeling he's vacuum into finding a way for elizabeth dickinson the in bogota. thank you very much for your thoughts . ledger in afghanistan, several taliban members have been killed in multiple attacks and anger province in separate incidents, to roadside bombs, killed at least 3 people, including a child official, say the bombs and targeting a telephone vehicle. no group has respond claim responsibility. but that has been a spite of attacks by nice will affiliate since the taliban took power in august. stephanie deca as more from cobble multiple security incidents on saturday in july all about that is the capital of nangle 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 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. 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
trying to manage it. now as a governing body of a state that rather than an insurgencies are 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. so i had now darren defending his decision to stop a rescue ship from docking a former italian interior minister goes on trial in sicily. and fighting the odds. how farmers in spain are working with mother nature, reaping the rewards. ah, it's another beautiful sunny day at 35000 feet. the weather sponsored by cattle airways voted world's best air line of 2021. now it's not as cold as it was on you 3 or 4 days ago to siberia, attempts to come up in actual fact, but this is
a change of weather type for all of china. the korean fillings are in japan. terms of dropped by 10 degrees in japan and they've risen recently for shanghai in hong kong, and they will carry on doing so bit more committee atmosphere in the atmosphere. basically it's a dry story unless you see this, he just really got through southern japan as a bit of a last gasp of the seasonal weather temperatures in hong kong to be coming up. we have just 27. you there at 26 on monday. so just about back to where it was or where it should be from 20 only 2 days ago. the rain on the coast to vietnam could well be enhanced by what looks like a tropical depression, which might become more than that. so, flooding is inevitable in vietnam, cambodia, and they will leave a slightly dry picture in the central philippines. now is a monsoon reign goes south through india. it's still leaving quite a legacy and mortar tom for carolyn karnataka. and i think significant res, likely nice and bang list and me and my and this we shouldn't be there at all yet.
more thunderstorms in the far north of india and northern pakistan. nothing like they were a couple of days ago, but they're all the same. and they shouldn't be not in late october the weather, sponsored by cattle airways voted world's best air line of 2021. the u. s. is always of interest to people. all right, the world people pay attention to what we saw here. and i'll just, he was very good at bringing the news to the world from here. if america held up a mirror to itself, what would it see in a sense, race is the story of america what's working and what's not, what people are only talking about that it wasn't at the top of the agenda. if america can't handle multiple challenges on multiple fronts, we need to go back to school. the bottom line on al jazeera, ah
ah, you want to go, is there a reminder of all top stories? thousands of migrants been traveling from southern mexico in the hopes of making it to the u. s. a group is mainly made up of haitians and central americans who been stranded in the were tula for months. and the leader of columbia's biggest drug cartel has been arrested columbia as presidents as the audio, antonio, sugar, known as alto nel was captured in a meticulous operation. washington had put up a $5000000.00 reward to help locate and several taliban forces of been killed in a day of multiple attacks and f honest on eastern manga whole province. this comes the security operations continue against iso. no group has yet claimed responsibility for the attacks and italy's former interior minister marcio sal vini has got on trial for his role in blocking a migrant rescue ship. in 2019. the far i, politician,
is accused of kidnapping and abuse of power. he faces a maximum of 15 years in jail, if convicted adam, writing reports from room one. the trial of italy's former interior minister mateo sal vini began on saturday in palermo. he stands charged with kidnapping and 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, leveled. little defending the borders is a duty not only for a minister, but for every one. 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 at the trial. i wonder if it's serious that richard gear of hollywood is going to testify about my behavior at a trial to live at adult. at the heart of the case is se 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 gio 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 report 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, according to the psychologist who spoke to them that they were still on the boat. in less than a more little being kept on board meant they were re traumatized again and again, they felt continuously abused. it was an abuse of power that the savvy says he was just carrying out the policies of the government at the time. this trial comes
right as my para vini find himself in one of the weakest political moment 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 is wasting taxpayers money. if convicted south vinny 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 dedira rome turkey's prize. this is demanded 10, west bass. this be expelled, according to the release of a gel philanthropist of kabbalah has been imprisoned since 2017 without being convicted. is accused of participating in a failed coo, 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. turkey has called the statement irresponsible. tens of thousands of people from minority fights have been rallying in cities across
bangladesh. there protesting against recent attacks on hindu temples and homes. at least 6 people were killed earlier this month during a hindu religious festival. it followed allegations the muslim holy book, the kron was disrespected in a temple. the protesters, a calling for a judicial commission to investigate the attacks that lead charity was at the demonstrations indica. how's lisa protested that starbucks were in the capital, got people from all walks of life in those muslims. christian birthdays have got adhered to protests. the gun was took place in last several days across the country against the hindu bangladesh. stories they had a protest. i want justice, many of them out on hunger side. we spoke to some of the protest. this is what they have to say to be of all isn't. i'm about to handle. holy hindu book was banned mainly hinders. we killed minority to women were raped. these incidents keep happening, one after the other. yet we never go to real justice. one of the cases suspect was
arrested on thursday night, but people here said that the people behind the conspiracy should be brought to justice and should be exposed. and advocate demand is that the state religion this lumps should be abolished from the constitution. i think we were born here with tax pass 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 for us survival. people believe those politics behind all this. they want the real people who are behind this time it's to be brought to justice, not just scapegoat. if the justice is not met, they said they'll continue to protest and coming days focused on is deployed $30000.00 extra security person this lombard. it's a bed to prevent violence at riley's by bond political group, members of federico, buck, a boxed on,
have been marching to the capital to demand the release of the leader, san jose rodriguez arrested earlier this year. he was accused of incite violence to police officers and 7 protesters have died in the hall since friday court documents to reveal 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 the cinematographer. no one has been charged. philip felt reports from los angeles grant accidentally shot on a movie set by a prop done. we need help immediately bonanza creek ranch come on. that is the panicked voice of a crew member calling 911 from the set of this movie thursday afternoon. the director and cinematographer shots by star, alec baldwin, who can help our director in our camera managed camera one and it's been shot and they're going to check them to the right. so was that with a real bullet or i cannot tell you that they were filming
a western in santa fe. new mexico falls when gun appearing to miss fire. hutchins shot in the chest. she died a short time later in hospital, director joe sues are standing behind his in 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 to 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 length of this story, emphasizing that very point 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, 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 those protocols being followed, if so, how could this have happened? why was there live ammunition onset? why with the crew so close at the time? so many questions to be answered as is police investigation continues, and hollywood comes to times with the tragic loss of one of its rising stars. fill of al jazeera los angeles. rushes reported a record number of deaths from the crone of ours for the 5th day. in a row, though, nearly 38000 new infections and about 1000 fatalities present vladimir putins approved a week long nationwide workplace shut down to try and spread this. try and prevent
the spread, the virus, only about a 3rd of the population is vaccinated. one of the lowest rates in europe and neighboring ukraine has also low vaccination rates with only 15 percent getting inoculated so far. that's despite the availability and choice of jobs and it's reported record numbers of infections and deaths for the 2nd day in a row schools in the capitol. another hotspots will be shot for 2 weeks. and romania is putting new restrictions in place to deal with a surgeon cases it lynn to reintroduce a night curfew and make vaccination certificates. mandatory for most activities more than a 3rd of the adult population. in romania has received 2 doses and a group of farmers in southern spain say they're testing a new approach to agriculture. her non valid is a desert like area that gets very little brain in the winter. the pharmacy can be challenged to grow anything from the soil and they're hoping to change that catherine stance ripples friend martinez is a farmer on the mission,
trying to work the land against difficult odds in not any more a mother. 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 runker 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 for you. i 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. the olive trees for the pines in between. instead of having other types of bushes, we have our peppers, a 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. helplessly but we'll m, 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 cools, is a saw to be completely bare and exposed to the right, which is increasingly to rent your 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?
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. caffeine. stansell al jazeera. ah, this is out there, and these are the top stories. thousands of migrants have been traveling from southern mexico in the hopes of making it the u. s. the group is making mainly made up of patients in central americans have been stranded into what trula for months. john holman, has moved from mexico city. capitulate of point at the moment in which met couldn't security security.