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Rai decries ‘fatal’ presidential void 

Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai expressed his dismay at Lebanese political parties for their obstruction of presidential elections as the vacuum officially entered its 11th month Saturday.

Rai decries ‘fatal’ presidential void 

Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai expressed his dismay at Lebanese political parties for their obstruction of presidential elections as the vacuum officially entered its 11th month Saturday.

Hajj Hasan: Buy Lebanese-made drugs 

Industry Minister Hussein Hajj Hasan Friday called for reducing imports of pharmaceutical products in order to encourage locally made medications.

Hajj Hasan: Buy Lebanese-made drugs 

Industry Minister Hussein Hajj Hasan Friday called for reducing imports of pharmaceutical products in order to encourage locally made medications.

Europe urges Greece to speed up on debt deal

European ministers Friday heaped pressure on Greece to speed up negotiations to unblock critically needed bailout funds, and avert a dangerous default and cash crunch as time for Athens runs out.

Politics of genocide 

As Armenians around the world commemorate the 100th anniversary of the genocide against their people, in which over 1 million were killed, and as similar acts of violence continue to occur across the region, and the wider world, it is urgent that the causes behind such violence be studied, in order to prevent more of the same.

Politics of genocide 

As Armenians around the world commemorate the 100th anniversary of the genocide against their people, in which over 1 million were killed, and as similar acts of violence continue to occur across the region, and the wider world, it is urgent that the causes behind such violence be studied, in order to prevent more of the same.

Wenger hopes for lucky 13 as Chelsea eye title

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will hope to make it 13th time lucky against Jose Mourinho this weekend as his side attempt to delay Chelsea’s coronation as Premier League champions.

Wenger hopes for lucky 13 as Chelsea eye title

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will hope to make it 13th time lucky against Jose Mourinho this weekend as his side attempt to delay Chelsea’s coronation as Premier League champions.

Nadal beats Almagro, Cilic exits

Rafael Nadal avenged last year’s loss to Nicolas Almagro by beating his fellow Spaniard 6-3, 6-1 at the Barcelona Open Wednesday, while U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic slumped to a second-round exit.

Hamilton still has work to do in Europe

After winning three out of four races and taking a 27-point lead in the standings, Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has a new challenge as he and Mercedes prepare for the start of the European season.

Pacquiao-Mayweather shadow looms over Klitschko

Heavyweight boxing champion Wladimir Klitschko, the dominant star of what was once the sport’s most glamorous division, is struggling to get attention for his New York title defense Saturday.

Haute gastronomy meets haute couture 

Delectable tastes and artsy presentations characterized “Abstract Rose” the menu Lebanese couturier Tony Ward concocted with the chefs at Phoenicia Hotel’s distinguished Eau de Vie gastronomic restaurant.

Satisfying China’s demand for urban 4x4s

Car manufacturers are targeting the Chinese appetite for “crossover” vehicles, 4x4s suitable for urban terrain being snapped up by status-conscious consumers as automakers fight for sales in an otherwise slowing market.

Good-bye keys: ‘Smart locks’ let you in

When Christy and Joe Affrunti bought their Long Island, New York, house last year, one of their first projects was replacing the traditional front-door lock with one that opens using a pass code.

Schwarzenegger takes first dramatic role

Action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger reveals his dramatic, tender side and sheds a few tears as a farmer struggling to care for his dying daughter in “Maggie,” an unconventional zombie film.