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join us on al-jazeera and live coverage of the election results. hello nora taylor nanda top stories on al-jazeera in the u.s. the pentagon has toned down its language towards iran saying there will be no war that in different sectors comments came as u.s. politicians were receiving a classified briefing on escalating tensions with terror on washington previously said it planned to strengthen its military presence in the region because of unspecified threats i'd say we're in a period where. the threat remains high. and our job is to make sure that there is no miscalculation i think. that is. one thing we can do. this way so. i just hope our
honest listeners. know we're in we're in the region to address many things but is not to go to war with iraq. united nations special envoy for libya has warned the country is on the verge of descending into a prolonged civil war fighting for control of the capital tripoli is about to enter its 8th week of diplomatic editor james bays reports. the u.n. special representative gas and salami reporting to the security council on what's been a dramatic and destabilizing period for libya. the country gripped by fresh violence his plans for a national conference representing old libyans overturned by a no day shifts offensive by holy for half to a renegade general believed to be by the united arab emirates and egypt $48.00 days into the attack on tripoli by dinner half those forces there has already been too
much death and destruction libya is on the verge of descending into a civil war which could lead to department division of the country the damage already done will take years to mend and that's only if the war is ended now he said war crimes were being committed and some of those already listed. by the international criminal court were involved in the most recent fighting there are numerous reports of extremists persons under international sanctions and individual is wanted by the international criminal court appearing on the battlefield on all sides or parties must publicly dissociate themselves from such elements without delay and refer to the i.c.c. those for whom arrest warrants have been issued addressing a security council it has itself deeply divided and has been unable to agree a resolution calling for a ceasefire in libya he attacked regional and international players for fueling the
conflict by sending weapons to both sides in defiance of an arms embargo officially in place since 2011 many countries are providing weapons to all parties in the conflict without exception the amount and sophistication of these weapons are already causing greater numbers of casualties without air robust and forstmann mechanism the arms embargo into libya. will become a cynical joke some nations are fueling this bloody conflict the united nations should go in and do it the u.k. is what's known as the penholder on libya they would draw up any security council resolution it's likely they'll try again to negotiate a resolution calling for a ceasefire but it's also likely the negotiations will be difficult james space al-jazeera at the united nations the british prime minister's offering m.p.'s a chance to vote on whether to hold a 2nd that referendum to reason may set out her latest plan for britain's departure
from the e.u. telling politicians they have one last chance to deliver bricks it m.p.'s have already rejected her previous withdrawal agreement negotiated by the european union 3 times raises latest deal will be brought to parliament n.-g. united nations says most of the people who fled venezuela's political and economic crisis are in need of refugee protection and it's urging government not to deport them the un's refugee agency says between 3 and 5000 venezuelans still leaving the country every day. as the top stories do stay with us out there a world is coming up next i'll be back with more news throughout that likes watching a scene about. people
were once a nomadic try and used to bring their animals to the pasture lands of what's now lebanon for decades if not centuries. today's tribe members are descended from bad women who roamed the arab peninsula and the levant for hundreds of years but now their nomadic life is over. they began settling in lebanon in the 1920 s. and continued through the fifty's and sixty's. the establishment of modern nation
states with defined borders and a series of droughts gradually forced them to give up herding and their traditional way of life. political system is based on a sectarian power sharing agreement. politicians opposed to changing nationality laws say it would affect the demographic balance in the country. some of today's older generation were granted lebanese citizenship in 1904 but are now unable to pass this on to their children. a whole generation of the avoid like some other groups in lebanon have become invisible citizens stateless unregistered people living a precarious existence on the margins of society. this is the story of
one such group around the town of kabillion in the bekaa valley. area i don't know where you. are. and i was. just an island of a lot of it i had of course the idea of i mean. i don't know the london center. a little bit and i was a country and and had gone so valuable beyond and out of a fantasy without a real lunar lady and a whole lot on and on. with. and i. would not. be forced to permanent.
the use to unity between summers in lebannon and winters in syria. and i still find i can actually answer. no not how does a young. girl of not one not one on one. in. many know. don't know. how do you know with a nod of good how. to go to shop. the establishment of borders between lebanon and syria forced to up worried to change their whole way of life. they once moved freely from place to pace without restrictions or legal formalities . today they obviously need travel documents to move from one country to
another but also within lebanon. but the status has not evolved in line with these changes. and this is the good thing money from jim jones what i heard. about salient a lot of. down a little attention is a little bit as a matter of you know now russia much way look you've been an arm of cuban and good and i didn't learn. much from a dozen years. a few summers that i don't know. but another an opinion about me on all of them and. a double 100 of you log. on and we don't talk. about it a lot. of it i've done a lot not. a last minute
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done in ohio and i didn't want to. well you know when you. get out of an arc with the only way i'm thinking of to think that. because i'm allowed to live and you think about a lot of that are. stuck. in their nomadic past the braids were stateless but free to move where every day please. today young men like holly and marvie cannot move within the country they settled in the old romantics teaches snus has turned into a lack of the basic human right to have a nationality. and
with me. like palestinian refugees across lebanon on unregistered people can get work but it's limited to relatively low paid jobs and normal government services are close to. my feet so we. live in the land of the sea if you. must not yet you can. yeah i mean shelling out. he said he. said it was not in our lives and if he had
where you'd work hard to preserve their traditions and community but if the old tribal social networks become weakened the elders aren't always able to maintain their former role of upholding law and order. start up just the. federal budget. you name fish on the forbid ophelia might be out for female audience activities and see you feel if you must walk to be. $90.10. feet by to listen to she me with melody is a few how and then looked i mean it was like a. monk and it did. to. handle it at least my underscore the out of florida. they will bother. to.
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a lot about since i'm sad to see how the kingdom specially. looked it. had been by 2 feet many. how do we didn't get a mission such an. enema dummy and knew it was not an issue that will bother. her but the incision. over do it for the 7 minute effect at least i love this new. ritual that you are not done and. or. national small do and you can see the how. many doctors and silly them for her kid you did learn whether they will bother them with your child food. in 1904 governments naturalized thousands of people including some of the of where
a tribe today they live relatively stable lives. but many tribe members were not naturalized some didn't apply because they didn't want to serve in the army or simply couldn't see the benefit others didn't believe the lebanese government was serious about naturalizing people like them. for the family being unregistered has been disastrous and the son of my matches name was sort of. sort of modern medical so you suffer a moment of what i now know with the knowledge you have now is human i would get me going why should we. go for that. i thought oh no no no we're all figured out in the asha theater had a tin ear and they were somewhat damn forward now and such for. janet mere hours
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heller intern on the top stories on al-jazeera the acting u.s. defense secretary patrick shanahan says the american military has deterred attacks from iran u.s. politicians have been receiving a classified briefing from shanahan and sex just take my pompei you on escalating tensions with terror and washington had previously said it plans to strengthen its military presence in the region because of quote unspecified threats. our biggest focus at this point is to prevent the rioting and miscalculation. that we do not want the situation to escalate. this is about deterrence not about war. we're not about going to war this is about continuing to protect our interests
in the middle east and conducting the missions that they're we're there to perform so why did i believe that a war with iran would be. an absolute disaster far worse than the war with iraq and i hope the american people told the ministration that we will not go to war in iraq but you. special envoy for libya has warned the countries on the verge of descending into a prolonged civil war. was speaking at a un security council briefing on the latest situation as fighting for control of the capital tripoli is set to enter its 8th week. the british prime minister is offering m.p.'s a chance to vote on whether to hold a 2nd breaks at referendum to resume a set out what she described as a new deal for britain's departure from the european union telling politicians they
have one last chance to deliver bricks it. nation says most of the people who fled venezuela's political and economic crisis are in need of refugee protection and it's urging governments not to deport them the un's refugee agency says between 3 and 5000 venezuelans still leaving the country every day. don according on their supporters to prepare for a general strike talks between the opposition and ruling military council a continuing to say they will remain on the streets of khartoum until a civilian led government is installed to sign to be unable to agree on who will need a new governing body. there's a top stories do stay with us continues next news hour for you straight after that huge army that if you can.
knew one another even if they didn't always know when they were born or how unanswerable not having an ideal of was not a problem. but their life as wandering herdsmen changed as national borders and politics forced them to settle in towns and villages many in the bekaa valley in central lebannon. today everything revolves around an id card without it their non existence since settling the aid have gone through the process of applying for lebanese nationality some have succeeded but others are still waiting for the political decisions necessary to grant them identity and legal status as tribal structures are inevitably gradually eroded religion can still bind people and communities together.
the tribe might no longer be the center of life so the bonds of kinship that used to bind families to their community might be weakened or disappear. but simply b.s. many traditions and their reputation for generous hospitality seem to have survived especially during religious festivals or when they're receiving guests. but most of. them and know. when they're not. they are the thought of going to another. zoo or do they have no knowledge of the have been hurt. you know my bad behavior
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in his view of the. mahdi and die he muttered live in a country worst teacher snus continues to pass from one generation to another while nationality laws don't change. lib announce politics are labyrinth following but the plights of the upgrade highlights an urgent need to reform its albi to clause in line with internationally recognized standards of human rights.
hello there we've had a fair amount of cloud over the southern parts of australia recently still with us on the satellite picture down in the southeast it's given us one or 2 showers but mostly now it is beginning to move away that means it should be a bright day for some wednesday 19 the maximum in melbourne towards the west it should also be not too bad for us in perth a top temperature of 19 and some sunshine around and then the next system is working its way towards us as we head through they say thursday will be a cloudy day and the chance of one or 2 showers around every towards new zealand and there's plenty of sunshine here we've got an area of high pressure in charge of us so it's fine unsettled just a little bit of cloud there drifting its way towards the southern parts of the south and that's still going to be with us over the next few days making things here a little bit gray maybe one or 2 showers but really elsewhere it's an unsettled 15
as a maximum in christchurch around 16 or clear and further north and for the northern parts of asia there's been some very heavy downpours over positive pan recently that system is pulling away though so as we head through the next couple of days there should be more in the way of sunshine for tokyo we're going to around 24 degrees there on wednesday up to 26 as we head into the day plenty of bright weather here towards the west it's getting very hot force in beijing. as yugoslavia disintegrated war descended on its inhabitants. amidst the death and destruction one man created a peaceful microcosm for boys whose fathers faced each other in battle episode 3 of football revels enters the world of footballing legend praed rag push each. who went from coaching boys football to teaching young men life president bush each and