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Expats organize to return to Lebanon 

Protesters reacted with fury earlier this month when President Michel Aoun, during a speech, told anti-government demonstrators that “if they see no decent people in this state, let them emigrate.”

Expats organize to return to Lebanon 

Protesters reacted with fury earlier this month when President Michel Aoun, during a speech, told anti-government demonstrators that “if they see no decent people in this state, let them emigrate.”

Hill tells U.S. lawmakers to stop promoting ‘falsehoods’

President Donald Trump’s former Russia adviser Fiona Hill urged lawmakers in the House of Representatives impeachment inquiry Thursday not to promote “politically driven falsehoods” that cast doubt on Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. election.

Netanyahu charged in corruption cases

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted on corruption charges Thursday, heightening uncertainty over who will ultimately lead a country deep in political disarray after two inconclusive elections this year.

Reforms key to averting negative economic growth 

The failure of the political class to implement reforms and the one month long anti-government protests have pushed the country’s economy to the brink of collapse as some economists predicted that GDP growth would drop below zero percent at the end of 2019 if no major breakthrough occurs by then.

Reforms key to averting negative economic growth 

The failure of the political class to implement reforms and the one month long anti-government protests have pushed the country’s economy to the brink of collapse as some economists predicted that GDP growth would drop below zero percent at the end of 2019 if no major breakthrough occurs by then.

OPEC+ likely to extend oil supply cuts until June

OPEC and its allies are likely to extend existing oil output cuts when they meet next month until mid-2020, with non-OPEC oil producer Russia supporting Saudi Arabia’s push for stable oil prices amid the listing of state oil giant Saudi Aramco.

Carole Ghosn wants husband in France

A year after the dramatic arrest of Carlos Ghosn, his wife said the fallen auto titan should face trial in France because he won’t be given a fair hearing in Tokyo.

Tsitsipas win invites caution

Stefanos Tsitsipas said he was ready for a breakthrough Grand Slam victory after winning the ATP Finals in London - but a glance at recent history invites caution.

Warriors nightmare deepens

The Golden State Warriors crumbling dynasty was dealt another jackhammer blow Wednesday when superstar Stephen Curry suffered a broken hand against the Phoenix Suns.

Patriots use trick play to edge Eagles

Nick Folk kicked three field goals and Julian Edelman executed a trick play as the New England Patriots clinched their 19th straight winning NFL season with a 17-10 victory over Philadelphia Sunday.

The witnessing that remains 

Elia Suleiman says that for the past six months a lot of people have asked him how he managed to empty the streets of Paris.

The witnessing that remains 

Elia Suleiman says that for the past six months a lot of people have asked him how he managed to empty the streets of Paris.