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Interior Ministry: 'No lost votes' in expat round 

The Interior Ministry’s elections operations room said Friday there were “no lost expatriate votes” in the parliamentary elections, adding that the ministry was not responsible for any vote counting errors amid complaints of uncounted or lost ballots abroad.

Electricity cuts may worsen: EDL official 

Lebanon’s electricity rationing is expected to worsen this summer if the prices of oil continues to exceed $60 a barrel, an Electricite du Liban official warned Thursday.

Electricity cuts may worsen: EDL official 

Lebanon’s electricity rationing is expected to worsen this summer if the prices of oil continues to exceed $60 a barrel, an Electricite du Liban official warned Thursday.

Axed U.S. and North Korea meeting sinks shares

President Donald Trump’s move to cancel a planned June meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sent global shares lower Thursday, while auto stocks continued to decline on tariff fears.

Serena, Sharapova poised for French Open last-16

Three-time champion Serena Williams could face longtime rival Maria Sharapova in the French Open last-16 after Thursday’s draw that also handed Rafael Nadal a dream route to an 11th title.

NFL: Players must stand for anthem or stay off

National Football League owners agreed a new policy Wednesday that players must stand during the national anthem or incur fines for their clubs, unless they stay in the locker room.

Portraits of resilience, coexistence 

“Portraits of Resilience,” an exhibition by Sam Tarling, assembles 25 photos, all highlighting the resilience of Syrian and Lebanese communities living side by side on the margins of this country.

Portraits of resilience, coexistence 

“Portraits of Resilience,” an exhibition by Sam Tarling, assembles 25 photos, all highlighting the resilience of Syrian and Lebanese communities living side by side on the margins of this country.

Michael Jackson estate blasts ABC over show

Michael Jackson’s estate has slammed a television special about the late King of Pop, describing it as a “crass and unauthorized” effort to exploit the singer’s name.

Syrian farmer draws crowds with cockfights

On a dusty farm in northeastern Syria, Shufan Mahmoud cradles his 9-month-old prize rooster in his hands. Sniper, as the fighting fowl is named, is gearing up for a cockfight.

Syrian farmer draws crowds with cockfights

On a dusty farm in northeastern Syria, Shufan Mahmoud cradles his 9-month-old prize rooster in his hands. Sniper, as the fighting fowl is named, is gearing up for a cockfight.

An egg a day may keep the doctor away: study

For decades, experts warned that eating eggs raises levels of unhealthy cholesterol. But a study Tuesday said an egg a day may actually reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.

Tesla's Musk bashes media, proposes credibility check

Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk gained the support Thursday of more than half a million people on Twitter for plans to create a website evaluating journalists' credibility, spurred by his frustration at media reports about the electric car maker.

Robots fight weeds in challenge to agrochemical giants

In a field of sugar beet in Switzerland, a solar-powered robot that looks like a table on wheels scans the rows of crops with its camera, identifies weeds and zaps them with jets of blue liquid from its mechanical tentacles.