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He's played cards on the Mekong River in Cambodia, gotten a massage on the steps of the Ganges in India, hung out with Himba tribesmen in northern Namibia.
Arab tribesmen, meanwhile, are viewed with suspicion by both Turkmens and Kurds.
In 2014 the jihadists of Islamic State (IS) murdered hundreds of his fellow tribesmen in the province of Deir ez-Zor.
In 2005, the government stripped 5,000 tribesmen, accused of disloyalty, of their Qatari nationality.
The Shabwani force is made up of 4,000 local tribesmen who fought off Shiite militia in northern Yemen in 2015.
The officials said Saturday’s airstrike targeted a gathering of tribesmen supporting Shiite rebels, known as Houthis.
Weatherford, now referred to as Red Eagle but who was called Truth Maker by his tribesmen, was a mixed-race man with a violent-but-colorful history, according to an article by the Encyclopedia of Alabama.
In a matter of seconds, chaos ensues: Jamie and Claire are captured by one of the tribesmen, but Yi Tien Cho convinces him to release them.
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: someone (especially a man) who is a member of a tribe
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