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(8 Aug 2006) 1. Ein Tineh palace, Lebanese Parliament Speaker's residence 2. Lebanese Speaker of Parliament Nabih Berri walking to podium 3. Cutaway camera 3. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Nabih Berri, Lebanese Speaker of Parliament: "Lebanon, all of Lebanon, rejects any talks and or any draft resolution that does not include the seven-point government framework." 4. Cutaway camera 5. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Nabih Berri, Lebanese Speaker of Parliament: "What was agreed upon was not in the interests of Lebanon. It's against Lebanon, and against the peace. This will open the war again in Lebanon forever. What's going to happen, in practicality, is that they're going to stop all the aggression and the Israelis will be on the hills and the resistance will be everywhere. Then the (Hezbollah) resistance will attack the (Israeli) army. As a result the Israelis will start shelling again. This means that there will not be a second stage and we will be unable to send the Lebanese Army, UNIFIL (United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon) and multi-national forces (to take over control of southern Lebanon). This will lead Lebanon to internal strife and it will also be impossible to implement the resolution." 6. Wide shot news conference STORYLINE: The Lebanese parliamentary speaker Nabih Berri said on Sunday that the US-French draft UN cease-fire resolution was not in Lebanon's interests and would be rejected by all Lebanese people, unless it included the government's plan for ending the fighting. "Lebanon, all of Lebanon, rejects any talks and, or, any draft resolution that does not include the seven-point government framework," said Berri at a news conference in Beirut. Lebanon drew up the seven-point framework in an emergency cabinet meeting last week. The plan calls for an immediate cease-fire and the immediate withdrawal of Israeli troops. Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Saniora first offered the plan, later adopted by his cabinet, during the Rome crisis summit on July 26. The seven-point proposal also calls for the mutual release of prisoners held by Israel and Hezbollah. The plan's ultimate goal is for the Lebanese government to take control of southern Lebanon with the help of an international force. The US-French proposal, which was expected to go to the floor of the UN Security Council early this week, calls for Hezbollah to stop all military operations and for Israel to stop its offensive against Lebanon. But the proposal would allow Israel to strike back if Hezbollah were to break a cease-fire and does not stipulate the immediate withdrawal of Israeli troops. "What was agreed upon was not in the interests of Lebanon. It's against Lebanon, and against the peace," said Berry. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(22 May 2018) LEADIN: Veteran politician Nabih Berri is almost guaranteed to be relected as speaker in Lebanon's parliament tomorrow. He has a long history of involvement in the country's politics. STORYLINE: A Shiite warlord turned politician. One of the most powerful and enduring in Lebanon. Nabih Berri, now 80 years old, has held his post as speaker of the Lebanese parliament for a quarter of a century. He is set to be re-elected to the same post for the sixth time. A new assembly will convene tomorrow (Wednesday) following the national elections held earlier last month, and Berri will enjoy no competition: virtually no one has run against him in the past decades. He was elected as leader of the Amal movement in 1980, forging a strong alliance with then Syrian President Hafez Assad that later continued with Assad's son and successor, Bashar. In the bloody years of the Lebanese civil war and during Israel's 1982 invasion of Lebanon, his Amal fighters fought against advancing troops that reached the capital, Beirut. Its members later were a main player in setting up resistance against Israeli occupation forces that ended up with the Jewish state's withdrawal from Lebanon in 2000. Berri's rise is unusual because he does not come from an established Lebanese political dynasty. He was born in the African nation of Sierra Leone to a Lebanese trading family with origins in the south Lebanon town of Tibnin. Instead, he worked his own way up and is always proud to say that he ended four centuries of feudalism in southern Lebanon. "I insisted on leaving everything, although we were well off, and coming back to Lebanon," he says. "Southern Lebanon at the time was deprived and political feudalism as in full control of southern Lebanon so I took the decision to resist this feudalism." Berri studied law at the Lebanese University and after working as a lawyer, he met and became close to the spiritual leader of the Shiite community, the charismatic Iranian-born cleric Imam Moussa Sadr. Berri first came to national prominence in 1976 when he became an active member of the politburo of Amal, the military wing of a Shiite movement founded by Sadr, who for the first time mobilised Lebanon's long-marginalised Lebanese Shiites. For now, he has no plans to retire. "There is no retirement in politics. As long as you serve your people and you can work, you will work." Berri has three sons and six daughters from two marriages as well as 26 grandchildren. Unlike other politicians who have passed on the job to their children, he says he is opposed to handing down power. "We are an organised movement or party. Whoever succeeds me becomes the movement," Berri said referring to his Amal movement that he has led for almost four decades. Berri's record-breaking tenure as parliament speaker is partly rooted in Lebanon's sectarian-based political system which states that the parliament speaker must be a Shiite Muslim. It is difficult to find a consensual Shiite figure able to compete with Berri, whose local alliances, particularly with the powerful Hezbollah militia, ensures they invariably scoop up all 27 seats allotted for Shiites in the Lebanese parliament. According to the same decades-old pact, the Lebanese president must be a Maronite Christian and the Prime Minister a Muslim Sunni. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Nabih Berri has been re-elected speaker of Lebanon's parliament, a post he has held for the last 30 years. But this time was different, Berri failed to get the endorsement of a majority and won with the slimmest of margins. Some see him as a symbol of a failed system, riddled with corruption and a group of new legislators marched to parliament on Tuesday, calling for change. Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut. - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍 #Lebanon
Nahib Berri, President of the Lebanese Parliamentary Assembly, says peace in the Middle East is essential if the European Union and Mediterranean countries want to be successful with economic cooperation. Berri also calls for an end to the occupation of the Palestinian Territories by Isreal. He made his comments during an interview at the parliamentary assembly of EU and Mediterranean Assembly in Athens, March 2008.
(28 Jun 2005) 1. Exterior of Lebanese Parliament 2. Lebanese army standing outside Parliament 3. Close up of Lebanese flag 4. Arrival of Member of Parliament Saad Hariri 5. Arrival of MP Michel Aoun 6. Arrival of MP Setrida Geagea 7. Arrival of MP Walid Jumblatt 8. Wide of interior of Parliament 9. MP Aoun voting 10. Leader of the Opposition party Saad Hariri voting 11. MP Hadi Hbeish counting names 13. UPSOT: (Arabic) Edmond Neim, Member of Parliament: "Out of 128 votes, Mr Nabih Berri got 90." 14. People applauding announcement 15. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Nabih Berri, Speaker: "I have and I still see all sides of the story from south Lebanon. As long as Israel continues to occupy parts of our land and as long as Israel violates in various ways our sovereignty and still insists on its greediness in our land and water and continues to arrest some of our people and doesn't say a word about the fate of many others and spreads its mines above the border." 16. Wide on interior of parliament 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ghenwa Jalloul, Member of Parliament: "What's happening is a positive step. It proves again after the elections that Lebanon is capable of governing itself by itself and this is healthy." 18. Exterior for parliament 19. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) General Michel Aoun, Opposition MP: "We believe that the circumstances will not insure anything that we are looking for, unless a change takes place in the speech of Nabih Berri which should be excellent. But since we were born we heard speeches about change and reforms but nothing happened." 20. Man with firecrackers celebrating after Berri's win" STORYLINE Lebanon's new parliament overwhelmingly re-elected the Amal leader and pro-Syrian, Nabih Berri, as speaker on Tuesday in a political compromise by the anti-Syrian coalition that won the elections, the first conducted without Syrian influence in 30 years. Ninety of the 128 legislators voted for Berri in a secret ballot. Another 37 lawmakers cast blank votes in what was seen as a protest against Berri. One vote went to Bassem Sabei, an anti-Syrian lawmaker. After the balloting, the eldest legislator, Edmond Naim, 87, announced the result, saying: " I declare (outgoing) president Nabih Berri president of the parliament." The legislators clapped loudly for Berri, the veteran politician who has been speaker since 1992 and is the leader of the Shiite Amal party. "What's happening is a positive step. It proves again after the elections that Lebanon is capable of governing itself by itself and this is healthy," said MP Ghenwa Jalloul. Outside the parliament, fireworks and gunfire reverberated across Beirut. Berri supporters drove around the city in cars plastered with his picture, waving the green flag of Amal and the yellow flag of Hezbollah. In a speech following his election, Berri pledged to "bolster parliament's role in preserving the rule of law" and to support reform and the fight against corruption. He also promised to allow legislators to vote on a motion that would grant amnesty to the Christian warlord Samir Geagea, who is serving three life sentences for killing his opponents. The motion was a key demand of the anti-Syrian opposition. The parliament elected Farid Makari as deputy speaker. Makari was close to former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, whose assassination in February led to a sea-change in Lebanese politics, strengthening the push for Syrian military withdrawal and the anti-Syrian vote in the elections. The next task for the parliament will be the selection of a prime minister. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
The Lebanese parliament has re-elected Nabih Berri, who won at least half of the votes in the parliament, as its speaker during its first session following the general election on the 6th of May.
Lebanon’s parliament has chosen Nabih Berri as its speaker. The Shia politician is said to start serving his seventh term. He ran unopposed for the position. The 84 -year-old politician is one of the longest-serving chiefs of any parliament in the world, having held his post for three decades. Ronnie Chatah from The Beirut Banyan podcast weighs in. #speaker #Nabihberri #lebanon Subscribe: 🤍 Livestream: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Visit our website: 🤍
(31 Mar 2019) LEADIN: Lebanon's Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri is visiting Baghdad to meet with Iraq's First Deputy Speaker. STORYLINE: Lebanon's Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri landed in Baghdad today. He met with Iraq's First Deputy Speaker Hassan al-Kaabi to discuss bilateral relations and cooperation between the two countries. Berri will hold meetings and discussions with political leaders to address political, economic and security relations between the two countries. The Lebanese parliament speaker is expected to visit the holy city of Karbala. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
MP Nabih Berri received the backing of the parliamentary majority for his re-election as speaker of the unicameral legislature which in Lebanon is evenly divided between Christians and Muslims. teleSUR
12 mars 1984 Portrait de Nabih BERRI. Beyrouth :plans miliciens protégeant son domicile. Séquence Nabih BERRI chez lui en réunion. Interview"je demande la démission du pdt gemayel." Par là force?"la question de la force n'arrive a aucune chose". Etes vous l'otage des Iraniens?"c'est une propagande du pouvoir". Plans nabib Berrien discussion avec le principal chef religieux chiite. Puis montant en voituré.(2/3) Images d'archive INA Institut National de l'Audiovisuel 🤍 Institut National de l'Audiovisuel 🤍 Abonnez-vous 🤍 #INA #Histoire
(25 Jun 2009) SHOTLIST 1. Wide exterior of parliament building 2. Various of riot police at parliament building 3. Various of members of parliament (MPs) arriving, entering building 4. Wide interior of parliament in session 5. Various of MPs 6. Female MP putting ballot in box 7. Parliamentary majority leader Saad Hariri casting vote 8. Wide of parliament 9. Various of MPs voting 10. Votes being counted, announcement of vote UPSOUND "Nabih Berri" 11. Nabih Berri sitting 12. Wide of announcement of result 13. Wide of parliament 14. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Nabih Berri, Parliament Speaker: "I call on the Lebanese and on myself to benefit from favourable regional and international developments in order to consolidate peace and stability in Lebanon." 15. Group of Lebanese men celebrating, dancing in the street 16. Various of men setting off fireworks in the street STORYLINE Lebanese lawmakers overwhelmingly re-elected the pro-Hezbollah parliament speaker on Thursday, despite the Iranian-backed militant group's recent election losses. The move to re-elect Nabih Berri signalled the political factions' determination to work together toward a unity government. The 7 June parliamentary election was a victory for the Western-backed ruling coalition, which fought off a strong challenge from the militant group Hezbollah and its allies. Parliamentary majority leader Saad Hariri, who has backed Berri, is expected to be named as Lebanon's next prime minister. Berri has ran largely unopposed since he first held the post in 1992. Celebratory gunfire and fireworks erupted on the streets after he won 90 votes in the 128-member legislature during Thursday's inaugural session. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(4 Mar 1985) SYND LEBANON: PKF / Press Conference held by Nabih Berri (Minister in charge of 13.3.85 S.Lebanon), in Beirut, to discuss Israeli actions in L113556 S.Lebanon particularly the mosque explosion. LEBANON SHOWS: GV news conference and ZOOM to Berri; CU relative Beirut of one of those killed in explosion PAN to Berri talking (Arabic sp); GV press conf; C/A reporters; MS Berri and victim's relative; PAN reporters to Berri speaking (Arabic); MCU Berri speaking after the news conference (English sp) about the circumstances surrounding the explosion and the increasing resistance against the Israelis in the south: (NB This item edited) Date Shot:4.3.85 KCS 525 WTN(Jobson) 3.56mins Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(13 May 2018) LEADIN: A senior Lebanese politician and close ally of Syria and Iran says this week's retaliation to repeated Israeli airstrikes in Syria was a "very strong warning" to Israel. STORYLINE Speaking to the Associated Press in an interview Friday, Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri says Israel cannot bear the consequences of a wide-scale regional war. "The retaliation was a warning from the Syrians but it was a very strong warning with rockets that the Israelis were unable to stop," he says. "Next time it will be in Palestinian territories, in territories occupied by Israel inside Israel." This time the retaliation was in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. Israel attacked dozens of Iranian targets in neighbouring Syria in the last week in response to what it says was an Iranian rocket barrage. It was the most serious military confrontation between the two bitter enemies to date. Berri, a powerful longtime politician allied with Hezbollah, says the Syrian response has achieved a "balance of terror" with Israel. Following parliamentary elections a week ago, Berri also maintains that the formation of a new cabinet in Lebanon should represent all factions and should take place quickly because of growing regional tensions and the fragile country's struggling economy. Lebanon held its first parliamentary elections in nine years last Sunday. In the vote, Berri's Shiite Muslim Amal group, along with its allies including the powerful Hezbollah, won more than a third of the seats, giving them the power to veto any legislation against them in the future. Berri, 80, has held his post for more than 25 years and is widely expected to be re-elected when the new parliament reconvenes later this month. Lebanon has been suffering for years from spill over of Syria's seven-year civil war and the flow of more than a million refugees, or nearly a quarter of the tiny country's population, putting pressure on an already crumbling infrastructure. "This situation pushes the Lebanese to hurry as much as possible to form a cabinet, a government that represents everyone," Berri says. He adds that the formation of a cabinet should be quicker than in previous years. "In the past it used to take us seven to eight months to form cabinet and this is dangerous," says Berri. "There is another war that we are fighting without noticing, and this is the economic war in Lebanon. And this has been ongoing for a while," he adds. Lebanon has a national debt of 80 billion US dollars making it one of the highest in the world, standing at 150 percent of the country's gross domestic product. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Lebanon is facing a political crisis and a deadline to elect a president. The country's law-makers have to vote before the present incumbent's term ends on 23 November, but so far the main political parties have been unable to decide on a consensus candidate who would get the necessary two thirds majority in the Parliament.
(6 Mar 2019) LEADIN: The roadblocks and barbed wire in Beirut's Verdun district are finally gone. They were removed as authorities believe the area is more stable so the precautions are no longer necessary. STORYLINE: Soldiers are on the streets of Beirut - but actually, the situation here is safer than before. They are supervising the removal of cement barriers from this upscale residential and shopping district. Forklift trucks and cranes carry the blocks away, opening up the streets again. The security measures were put up around the residence of Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri but have brought years of traffic and road closures. Resident and shop owner Jamil Fakhry notes that earlier in the week, barriers were also removed from the popular Corniche seafront area. "We hope we will see that continuing between the Dunes (mall) and Lycee (school)," he says. "The most important thing is that this area is considered touristic, we hope this year we will have more tourists. These are all good step for the area and tourists". Workers also cut down wire security fencing. The city has seen numerous car bombs and violent clashes in recent years, but authorities have deemed the situation stable enough to remove some of the heavy security measures put in place. Honda showroom employee Sarine says it's a good sign. "This is something very positive, to be honest we have been in this situation for years. There is abnormal paralysis and I hope once the streets reopen there will be some movement, people will move around more freely and will feel safer in their country," she says. Interior minister Raya El Hassan began her tenure by ordering the removal of the cement blocks next to her ministry on the main road in Sanayeh, which had been placed there in June 2014 following a series of security incidents in the country. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(5 May 2007) 1. Exterior of Beirut Airport 2. Interior meeting, Fausto Bertinotti, Speaker of Lower House of the Italian Parliament, is welcomed at the airport by Lebanese members of parliament including Michel Moussa, the minister of Social Affairs 3. Cutaway women 4. Close up Fausto Bertinotti, Speaker of Lower House of the Italian Parliament 5. Wide shot meeting at the airport 6. Exterior of residence of Speaker of Lebanese House of parliament 7. Exterior wide shot official welcome ceremony, honour guard 8. Lebanese Speaker of the House Nabih Berri Shaking hands with Bertinotti 9. Various of meeting between Bertinotti and Berri 10. Close up Berri 11. Close up Bertinotti 12. Berri and Bertinotti in meeting 13. Bertinotti and Berri walking to microphones for news conference 14. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Fausto Bertinotti, Speaker of Lower House of the Italian Parliament: "Our wish is to find a fast solution to the Lebanese political crisis so this solution could be a real contribution to peace, blocking the road to war and terrorism." 15. Cutaway cameras 16. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Nabih Berri, Speaker of Lebanese House of Parliament: "Italy cares about Lebanon and its internal unity, and is focussed on ending the Lebanese political problems. This is the message from Italy delivered by the Italian Speaker of the Lower House." 17. Bertinotti and Berri leaving after news conference STORYLINE: The Speaker of Lower House of the Italian Parliament, Fausto Bertinotti, arrived in Lebanon on Saturday at the start of an official tour of the Middle East that includes Palestine, Israel and Jordan. Bertinotti met his counterpart Nabih Berri in the capital Beirut and called for quick solution to the Lebanese political crisis that started in December. Berri said the message from Bertinotti was that Italy cared about Lebanon and its internal unity, and was focussed on ending the political crisis there. Speaking at a joint briefing with Bertinotti, Berri went on to praise the role of Italian troops who are working as peacekeepers in southern Lebanon. Bertinotti is later scheduled to meet Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Saniora, Druze leader Walid Jumblatt and Hezbollah member of Parliament Hussein Hajj Hassan. On Sunday he is due to visit Italian peacekeepers in south Lebanon, before flying to Israel. Italy is leading the 13-thousand United Nations peacekeepers stationed in southern Lebanon, in accordance with UN Security Council resolution 1701, which brought to an end a two-month war between Israel and Hezbollah last summer. Resolution 1701 raised the number of peacekeepers in south Lebanon from two thousand to thirteen thousand in order to monitor the cease fire and support the Lebanese army to deploy along the borders with Israel. The force is called the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL). Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(23 Jun 1984) GS CAS BEIRUT,LEBANON: As fighting continues the Lebanese 27068402 cabinet agrees a peace-package aimed at ending the 1"VT+BVU 9 years of civil war. PM Rashid Karami delivering an emotional speech on agreeing the new security arrangements. Fighting between Moslem and Christian militiamen left 5 dead and 50 wounded mostly civilians caught in the crossfire. LEBANON SHOWS: Arrival for cabinet meeting; Pierre Gemayel, Walid Beirut Jumblatt; Rashid Karami and Nabih Berri arriving; cabinet meeting in progress with Gemayel presiding; aftermath of fighting in Beirut. Date Shot:23.6.84 EX VID(Engl.comm) WTN 1.00mins T/I:7.09mins Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(2 Sep 2006) Lebanon - Lebanese troops in Hezbollah stronghold, mass graves in Tyre 493655 AP TELEVISION Various - 18 August 2006 Khiam, near Marjayoun Wide of the village, zoom in Lebanese army entering village Tyre Wide shot of temporary mass grave Various of people digging up graves to exhume coffins OUNDBITE (Arabic) Hussein Krayeni, Civil Defence Official: "There are 138 dead bodies in the grave and we are working to distribute them to the families so that they can have their funerals." Lebanon - Saniora and Berri touring destroyed southern suburbs of Beirut 493811 AP TELEVISION Beirut - 20 Aug 2006 Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Saniora with the speaker of parliament and a Hezbollah backer Nabih Berri amidst the rubble and destruction of South Beirut Various of their tour Various of elder woman approaching Berri and embracing him SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Fuad Saniora, Lebanese Prime Minister: "What we see today is an image of the crimes Israel has committed for 33 days. There is no other description other than a criminal act that shows Israel's hatred to destroy Lebanon and its unity. " Lebanon - Children returning back to Lebanon 494398 AP TELEVISION Beirut - 26 Aug 2006 Woman holding flowers Various of Lebanese children being reunited with family and friends Close of two girls hugging Lebanon - Italian troops begin arriving in Tyre 495055 AP TELEVISION Tyre - 2 Sep 2006 Italian warships out at sea, motorised dinghies with military personnel onboard in foreground Motorised dinghies with military personnel approaching shore, lead dinghy lands on beach (Italian flag visible on back of first boat) Various of Italian troops disembarking from helicopter (helmets covered in blue covers) Lebanon - Italian troops begin arriving in Tyre 495063 AP TELEVISION Tyre, 2 Sep 2006 UN troops with blue helmets stepping out of helicopter UN troops collecting backpacks Wide UN checkpoint in Tyre, UN APC and 2 soldiers Mid of UN APC Lebanese soldier on a jeep with machine gun Various of Lebanese checkpoint Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
#مجلس_النواب #نبيه_بري #رئاسة_مجلس_النواب فاز الرئيس نبيه بري برئاسة مجلس النواب بعد نيله 65 صوتا. فيما وضعت 23 ورقة بيضاء و40 ورقة ملغاة.
(25 May 2008) AP Television Yarzeh 1. Lebanon's army chief General Michel Suleiman at home, flanked by his mother (on left) and wife (on right) ahead of parliament's vote 2. Suleiman amidst supporters, leaving his residence for the parliament POOL Beirut 3. Wide of parliament floor 4. Pan of officials including Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa and Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Saniora 5. Ballots being cast for vote on election of Suleiman as president, Druze leader Walid Jumblatt voting, as his name is called out 6. Wide of parliament floor 7. Opposition leader Michel Aoun voting UPSOUND of his name being called out 8. Wide of members of parliament casting votes as their names are called out 9. Saad Hariri and Bahia Hariri, son and sister of assassinated former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, voting 10. Ballot box being taken up to Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri and he casts his vote 11. Berri and other officials counting out the votes 12. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Nabih Berri, Parliament Speaker: "The General Michel Suleiman has received 118 votes. I pronounce him President of the Republic of Lebanon." 13. Various of lawmakers and international dignitaries applauding AP Television Yarzeh 14. Family members applauding and cheering as vote results are announced on television 15. Suleiman's wife and daughter hugging and crying 16. Suleiman's wife hugging his mother AP Television Aamchit 17. Wide of crowds in street celebrating, waving Lebanese flags, zoom in to Suleiman's son and brother being carried on the shoulders of supporters UPSOUND: Music 18. Suleiman's daughter being carried on the shoulders of supporters UPSOUND: Music POOL Beirut 19. Lebanon's newly elected President Michel Suleiman and other officials walking into building 20. Suleiman entering parliament hall UPSOUND: Applause 21. Suleiman taking seat next to Berri 22. Cutaway wide of lawmakers 23. Berri presenting Suleiman as President of Lebanon 24. Lawmakers applauding 25. Suleiman and Berri shaking hands 26. Standing ovation from lawmakers and dignitaries 27. Suleiman taking oath 28. Lawmakers applauding AP Television Beirut 29. Javier Solana, EU Foreign Policy chief, leaving Lebanese Parliament after swearing-in ceremony 30. SOUNDBITE (English) Javier Solana, EU Foreign Policy chief "Very, very pleased." (Question: Do you think Lebanon has entered into a new era?) "I very much hope so." 31. Sheik Hamad bin Jassem al-Thani, Qatari Prime Minister, leaving Parliament after swearing-in ceremony 32. SOUNDBITE (French): Bernard Kouchner, French Foreign Minister: "There needed to be a test so that we could all come and now it's done - so there you go. And now the matter is closed." (Question: So France is happy?) "Well it's not up to France to be happy! France is happy that their Lebanese friends are happy." 33. Officials at ceremony 34. Amr Moussa, Arab League Chief leaving ceremony 35. Cutaway cameras 36. SOUNDBITE: (English) Amr Moussa, Arab League Chief: "I found it fantastic and very positive ambience among all the Lebanese and so we are happy. We are really happy for that. It is a good beginning for a sustained momentum to normalise the situation in Lebanon." 37. Various of residents offering sweets to passing motorists on streets of Beirut to celebrate AP Television Beirut 38. Crowd dancing and waving large Lebanese flag 39. Resident dancing with flag 40. Large poster of Suleiman 41. Crowd performing traditional Lebanese dance STORYLINE: Suleiman, a compromise candidate, ran unopposed. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
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(2 Sep 2006) SHOTLIST 1. Wide of pan exterior of Parliament Building 2. Wide interior of the main hall of the Parliament Building with member of parliaments 3. Speaker of house, Nabih Berri calling for a minute of silence, pull out as everyone stands up 4. SOUNDBITE (Arabic): Nabih Berri, Speaker of the house: ''The Lebanese deputies have started their sit-in in the parliament building, to mark their refusal and their condemnation and to ask for the lifting of the military Israeli siege on Lebanon by air and by sea and also to draw the attention of the world, the United Nations Secretary General and all the international organisations to this military aggression." 5. Wide of meeting 6. SOUNDBITE (Arabic): Ali Ammar, Hezbollah Member of Parliament: '' We will not forget our revenge, America. We will not forget any drop of blood from a child or from a woman and we will avenge every grain of our soil that was dirtied by your political decision or by your devastating military machine." 7. Wide of the sit-in STORYLINE Lebanon's parliament speaker on Saturday urged Arab planes and ships to break Israel's blockade of Lebanon, describing the siege as "military aggression" that violates international rules and calling on Arab states with diplomatic ties with Israel to consider withdrawing their envoys in protest. Nabih Berri, the speaker who is a close ally of Hezbollah, began a series of protest actions to highlight Israel's air and sea blockade that has continued despite a cease-fire halted 34 days of fighting between Hezbollah and Israel on August 14 under UN Resolution 1701. Berri said the actions were to draw the world's attention for the air and sea blockade which he called "not just a siege of Lebanon, but one against the United Nations as well." Dressed in casual clothes, Berri, said the protest in parliament would include legislators sleeping over in the building in downtown Beirut, 10 at a time. He was joined at the special session by Prime Minister Fuad Saniora, the Western-backed leader whose government has waged unsuccessful diplomatic efforts to force Israel to end the siege. The United States also was widely criticised for not pushing Israel to end the blockade. '' We will not forget our revenge, America." Hezbollah member of parliament Ali Ammar said. "We will not forget any drop of blood from a child or from a woman and we will avenge every grain of our soil that was dirtied by your political decision or by your devastating military machine." UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, who visited Lebanon and Israel, has called for an end to the blockade, but was rebuffed by Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Israel maintains the siege will continue to prevent the rearming of Hezbollah and can only be lifted after it makes sure the borders of Lebanon and entry points are secure. Israeli officials have demanded UN troops deploy along Lebanon's border with Syria, but Damascus rejected such a move as a hostile act. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(30 Apr 1996) T/I: 11:04:22 Thousands of Muslim and Christian mourners gathered in Cana on Tuesday (30/4) for the mass funeral of more than a hundred victims of an Israeli artillery attack on a UN refugee compound in the southern Lebanese village. Amid scenes of overwhelming grief, the victims, mostly women and children killed by Israeli shells on April 18 in a massacre that drew international condemnation, were buried in their own cemetery freshly-dug by bulldozers. SHOWS: TYRE, LEBANON, 30/4 Crowds chanting; Man holding baby wrapped in white shroud in the air; Body in ground; Man holding child in shroud in the air; WS of water being sprayed over crowd; TYRE, LEBANON, 30/4 House speaker Nabih Berri followed by Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri shaking hands with officials in reception line; Sheik amid mourners; PM Hariri (with moustache) standing during service; WS of coffins laid out in rows; Berri with head bowed; WS of coffins lined up; 1.21 Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
11 fevrier 1984 A propos de la victoire des miliciens d'amal a Beyrouth, interview de N. BERRI, leader du mouvmt chiite amal. Il parle des parties de Beyrouth perdues par A. GEMAYEL"Beyrouth est tout entier avec nous. Gemayel ne gouverne pas 1m2. N'est appuyé par personne. Je l'attends."Il souhaite que les français restent à Beyrouth et remercie le gouvernement français et F. MITTERRAND d'avoir déplace 450 soldats.(k7 6/6). Images d'archive INA Institut National de l'Audiovisuel 🤍 Institut National de l'Audiovisuel 🤍 Abonnez-vous 🤍 #INA #Histoire
(1 Jul 1986) LN119391 LEBANON: Shiite Amal ldr Nabih Berri leaves from mtg with WTNLU Grand Sunni Mufti Sheikh Hassan Khaled where they discussed 23.7.86 ways of improving relations between the two Moslem communities. LEBANON SHOWS: CMS Berri speaking on security plan; MS Berri down W Beirut steps and into car; LMS Berri car away PAN L-R as line of diplomatic cars depart; (date shot:1.7.86) KCS 525(Engl) WTN(Haidar) 0.55mins Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(24 Apr 1996) T/I: 11:18:16 US Secretary of State Warren Christopher was in Lebanon for talks with Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri and parliament speaker Nabih Berri in the eastern Bekaa Valley. SHOWS: BEKAA VALLEY, LEBANON 24 APRIL, 1996: WS convoy through street MS convoy MS man erecting US flag CA security MS US Secretary of State Warren Christopher with Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri and parliament speaker Nabih Berri MS Christopher WS meeting CA Hariri and Berri MS security holding back press 1.08 Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(17 Sep 1984) SYND BEIRUT,LEBANON: Lebanon's political leaders meet to 2.1.85 discuss political reforms. LN111284 - LEBANON SHOWS: Arrival of the ministers:arrival of Druze Leader Beirut Walid Jumblatt with his bodyguards; arrival of former PM Salem Hoss and AMAL Leader Nabih Berri with his bodyguards; shot of Pres Amin Gemayel in the summer palace moving to the Meeting Hall; ministers under Gemayel and PM Rashid Karami. Date Shot:17.9.84 ENG 525(natsot) WTN(Feghali) 3.43mins Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(25 Oct 1986) STORY LEBANON/ISRAEL: Professor Nabil Matar released after five months as the hostage of the Independent Movement for Freeing Civil War Kidnap Victims. Head of Shi'ite Amal militia, Nabih Berri, confirms his men are holding an Israeli airman called Gon shot down over S.Lebanon. Israeli Defence Minister, Yitzhak Rabin, refuses to say whether the Israeli government is bargaining for the airman's release. Fierce fighting in and around Ein El-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp as Amal and Palestine Liberation Organisation militia struggle for control. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(8 May 1984) GS CAS LEBANON: At a press conference Nabih Berri, who has 09058427 agreed to take up his portfolio, vowed to end the 1"VT+BVU Israeli occupation of Southern Lebanon. He has meeting with Rashid Karami, Prime Minister designate. - LEBANON SHOWS: Berri at pkf speaking in English; greeting Beirut friends and colleagues; meeting Karami and posing with him for photo session. Date Shot:8.5.84 EX VID(Engl intw) WTN 1.35mins T/I:48.18mins Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(31 Aug 1986) QUOTE REF LEBANON: 8th anniversary Amal movement celebrations in SYND Beirut. Hezbollah movement also stage rally to mark same 10.9.86 event. LN119793 - SHOWS LEBANON Amal rally speeches by ldrs, Nabih Berri, Walid Jumblatt, Beirut Karami etc: VS views rally etc: Hezbollah rally and speech by Sheik Mohamed Hussain Fadlallah: DATE SHOT: 31.8.86 KCS 525(Natsot) WTN(Haidar) 19.43mins Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
عبّرت النائبة نجاة عون عن اعجابها بالرئيس نبيه برّي الذي وصفته بـ«المدرسة»، آملةً بأن تتمكّن من الاستفادة منه. موقف عون خلال مقابلة على الأو.تي.في. جاء بعدما وعدها برّي بأن يُرسل شرطة المجلس من أجل إزالة «منافض السجائر» بهدف منع النواب من التدخين داخل حرم المجلس النيابي تطبيقاً للقانون 174 الذي يحظر التدخين في الأماكن المغلقة. لكنّ إعجاب «نائبة التغيير» ببرّي لم ينتهِ عند هذا الحدّ، بل شمل موقفه من ملف ترسيم الحدود البحريّة حيث «كان برّي واضح كتير بتشخيص الأمور، بينما عون وميقاتي حسيت إنّو السقف اللي حاطّينو منّو كافي». تنتهي مقابلة الأو.تي.في. من دون أن نعرف ما إذا كان إعجاب النائبة التغييريّة ببرّي يطال أيضاً مدرسته بالفساد، أو أداءه وأداء ميليشيا شرطة المجلس خلال تظاهرات 17 تشرين. تحديث: بعد ردود الفعل على الكلام الذي صدر عن النائبة نجاة عون خلال مقابلة الـotv، أوضحت عون أنّها لم تقصد تبرئة الرئيس نبيه برّي من المسؤولية عمّا وصلت إليه البلاد اقتصادياً واجتماعياً وأمنياً، مؤكّدةً التزامها ببرنامجها الانتخابي والعمل على تحقيق التغيير. - - - - - - - - - - - - MP Najat Aoun expressed her admiration for Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri, whom she described as a "school" that she hopes to benefit from. Aoun's comment came during an interview on OTV after Berri promised to send the parliamentary police to remove "ashtrays," in order to stop MPs from smoking inside parliament in accordance with law 174 that bans smoking in closed spaces. The “change MP's” admiration for Berri did not stop there, but also covered his stance on the maritime border demarcation issue, because "Berri was very clear in diagnosing the matter, while I felt Aoun and Mikati had not raised the bar high enough." The interview does not reveal whether the change MP's admiration covers Berri's school of corruption, and his performance or that of the parliamentary guard militia during October 17 protests. Update: Following reactions to MP Najat Aoun's comments during her interview on OTV, Aoun clarified she has no intention of absolving Nabih Berri of his responsibility for the security, economic, and social state of the country. She also stressed her commitment to her electoral program and that she will continue to work to achieve change. #NajatAoun #NabihBerri #Parliament #نجاة_عون #نبيه_بري #مجلس_النواب
17 juin 1985 Le chef du mouvement chiite Amal, Nabih BERRI, a annoncé qu'il avait pris la décision de faire transférer les otages Américains du boeing de la TWA dans la banlieue Sud de Beyrouth et qu'il se portait garant de leur sécurité. PR Nabih BERRI donnant une conférence de presse. Images des prisonniers chiites, demandés par les terroristes, assis les yeux bandés dans un autobus en Israël le 2/4/85. PR Nabih BERRI au téléphone. [plan d'ensemble] boeing de la TWA immobilisé. [plan d'ensemble] miliciens chiites contrôlant les voitures aux abords de l'aéroport de Beyrouth. [différents plans] miliciens chiites armés dans l'aéroport. [différents plans] dans les rues de la banlieue Sud de Beyrouth : [plan d'ensemble] photo de Nabih BERRI affichée, [gros plan] photo de Nabih BERRI suspendue au cou d'un jeune homme vendant des photos de religieux chiites derrière une barricade de sacs. Images d'archive INA Institut National de l'Audiovisuel 🤍 Institut National de l'Audiovisuel 🤍 Abonnez-vous 🤍 #INA #Histoire
Abonnez-vous 🤍 30 juin 1985 Déclaration de Nabih BERRI après la libération des 39 otages Américains du Boeing de la TWA (en français) :"J'ai une parole d'honneur. J'y suis arrivé pour les Américains, ce sera la même chose pour les français". Images d'archive INA Institut National de l'Audiovisuel 🤍 Institut National de l'Audiovisuel 🤍 Abonnez-vous 🤍 #INA #Histoire
(15 Mar 1987) GS CAS LEBANON: Syrians strengthen their grip on Beirut. Amal 17038707 leader Nabih Berri reassures the wives of hostages. French 1"VT+BVU hostage Jean-Louis Normandin is threatened with execution by his kidnappers unless French President Francois Mitterrand "explains" recent comments about the Middle East. SHOWS: WTN LEBANON 12/3 - Statement and picture issued by extremist group Beirut Revolutionary Justice about Normandin; WTN/POOL SPAIN Mitterrand on recent visit to Madrid with French Prime Minister Madrid Jacques Chirac, Spanish Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez and King Juan Carlos; WTN LEBANON 15/3 - Syrian troops in Beirut manning checkpoints into the Beirut south of the city; statement from pro-Iranian group holding Normandin; Nabih Berri speaking about Normandin and death threat to him; news conference with would-be assassin who says he was paid to try to kill Christian militia leader Samir Geagea on behalf of Syrians; explosives in car; Nabih Berri speaking to hostage wives; WTN (?) FILE - Hezbollah meeting attended by Iranian officials; WTN Beirut Scouts scrubbing down Khomeini posters from Beirut buildings; Date Shot: 9/12/15.3.87/FILE Ex VID (Engl comm+PKF / Press Conference/Farsi sp) WTN/POOL MAT 4.11mins T/I 18.49 Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(14 May 1989) QUOTE REF LEBANON: Elderly Briton feared kidnapped. West german hostage GS15058904 freed. Scenes and background to home of 74-year-old former 15.5.89 pilot Jack Mann. AMAL leader Nabih Berri with freed West German Markus Quint. Date Shot: 13/14.5.89 natsot+Engl intw WTN 3.43mins GS TAPE & CASSETTE GS150589 t/i 22.15 - SHOWS LEBANON 13.5.89+file gv apartment block where Manns live. cs Mrs. Beirut Mann going in as she says she doesn't want to speak, but then describes when Mr. Mann was last seen. SOT from John Tucknott of British Embassy saying they have no information that leads them to believe that Mr. Mann was abducted. cu statement in Arabic from kidnap group. vs Pickwick Bar Mr. Mann used to run. 14.5.89 intw with Sunny Mann, wife of British hostage, Jack Mann, speaking on kidnapping of her husband. Sidon 14.5.89 cs released hostage, Markus Quint, up stairs and embraces friend. vs Quint into room for news conference and sits down at table with AMAL Militia Chief Nabih Berri and SOT from Berri saying he is very happy to have arrived at this result. vs cameramen. cs Quint seated. GS15058904 Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Dans une interview exclusive avec EuroNews, Nabih Berry, le chef du parti chiite de l'opposition Amal, déclare qu'il ne s'opposera pas à la candidature du général chrétien Michel Aoun à l'élection présidentielle libanaise.
(12 Feb 1984) GS CAS BEIRUT: Thousands of foreigners are evacuated from Beirut 15028410 as the situation in the city becomes worse. Italian members 1"VT+BVU of the multi national peace-keeping force remain in their positions protecting Palestinian refugees. Most of the city is controlled by Druze militia led by Walid Jumblatt and Shi'ite militia led by Nabih Berri. Both Jumblatt & Berri say they want a peaceful solution but say they cannot work with Lebanese Pres, Amin Gemayel. Syrian Nationalist Party Chmn, Inaam Raad criticises US for supporting Gemayel. CYPRUS GV Italian ship in Cyprus with refugees aboard; disembarking; American evacuee describing her experiences; LEBANON Italian peacekeeping troops in Beirut; CU Italian soldier in Beirut tank; GV Beirut with warship in background; delegates, including Jumblatt and former Lebanese Pres. and Christian leader in opposition, Suleiman Franjieh on Feb 3; Jumblatt interview; Berri interview; SYRIA Raad interview; Damascus LEBANON Aftermath fighting in South Beirut; damaged buildings; British Beirut helicopter loading evacuees; warship; helicopter takes off. Date Shot:9,12.2.84 Ex VID(English intw) WTN 6.00mins T/I:19.08mins Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(11 May 2018) A senior Lebanese politician and close ally of Syria and Iran said on Friday that the Iranian rocket barrage from Syria on Israeli targets sent a "very strong warning" to Israel. Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri said on this occasion the missiles targeted the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, although future strikes could be in Israel proper. Berri said the strikes on the Golan Heights were made in retaliation to alleged previous strikes on Syria by Israel. Israel responded to the bombardment on its targets by attacking dozens of suspected Iranian military installations in neighbouring Syria later on Thursday. The exchange represents the most serious military confrontation between Iran and Israel to date. However, Berri said Israel and its ally, the US, cannot bear the consequences of a wide-scale regional war. "There are American interests in Syria and if there is a larger war, I don't think even the American president can bear the consequences," he said. Berri, a powerful longtime politician allied with Hezbollah, said the Syrian response has achieved a "balance of terror" with Israel. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
In einem Exklusiv-Interview mit EuroNews zeigt sich der libanesische Parlamentspräsident Nabih Berry bereit, sich einer Kandidatur des Generals Michel Aoun bei der Präsidentschaftswahl nicht zu widersetzen. Der Chef der schiitischen Oppositionspartei Amal will dadurch die politischen Wogen glätten helfen.