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Army arrests 2 over terror links in Bekaa 

The Army announced that it had arrested two men over links to terrorist groups, two others over theft and 53 Syrian nationals for not carrying the legal residency documents

Army arrests 2 over terror links in Bekaa 

The Army announced that it had arrested two men over links to terrorist groups, two others over theft and 53 Syrian nationals for not carrying the legal residency documents

Retail reels under political impasse, tensions 

The presidential vacuum and the ongoing regional conflicts weighed heavily on Lebanon’s retail sectors, which have experienced renewed pressures undermining the level of economic activity in the first quarter of 2015, according to the Beirut Traders Association-Fransabank Retail Index.

Retail reels under political impasse, tensions 

The presidential vacuum and the ongoing regional conflicts weighed heavily on Lebanon’s retail sectors, which have experienced renewed pressures undermining the level of economic activity in the first quarter of 2015, according to the Beirut Traders Association-Fransabank Retail Index.

Stuck in Gaza, hackers open lines to world

With jobs scarce and time on their hands, some tech-savvy Gazans have found a new way to make money – hacking Internet-based phone lines and routing international calls for a fee.

Record gap between rich and poor: OECD

The gap between the rich and poor in most of the world’s advanced economies is at record levels, according to an OECD study that also found glaring differences between men and women.

Future rests in a bunker 

The leaders of dictatorial regimes are always in danger of falling deep into the “bunker mentality,” where their isolation is a prelude to a dramatic demise.

Future rests in a bunker 

The leaders of dictatorial regimes are always in danger of falling deep into the “bunker mentality,” where their isolation is a prelude to a dramatic demise.

One Blatter rival left as Figo, van Praag quit

Luis Figo and Michael van Praag pulled out of the FIFA presidential election race Thursday, leaving Jordan’s Prince Ali bin al-Hussein as the only challenger to incumbent and runaway favorite Sepp Blatter.

One Blatter rival left as Figo, van Praag quit

Luis Figo and Michael van Praag pulled out of the FIFA presidential election race Thursday, leaving Jordan’s Prince Ali bin al-Hussein as the only challenger to incumbent and runaway favorite Sepp Blatter.

Riyadi look to close out finals at home 

Riyadi Beirut will hope to be celebrating their 25th title after they host UBA in Game 5 of the best-of-seven final series of the Lebanese Basketball League at Manara Friday at 9:30 p.m.

Nadal no longer immovable in Paris: Courier

Nine-time French Open champion Rafa Nadal will no longer be regarded as an “immovable obstacle” at Roland Garros this year, according to twice former winner Jim Courier.

Hamilton staying at Mercedes until 2018

Double Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has agreed a new three-year contract that will keep him at Mercedes until the end of 2018, the team announced Wednesday.

Creator of The Honest Toddler turns on the sass

What are toddlers? In the addled brain of Bunmi Laditan, the mom-of-three behind the cheeky Honest Toddler on Twitter, they’re a “cross between a sociopath, a rabid animal, a cocker spaniel, a demon and an angel.”

Creator of The Honest Toddler turns on the sass

What are toddlers? In the addled brain of Bunmi Laditan, the mom-of-three behind the cheeky Honest Toddler on Twitter, they’re a “cross between a sociopath, a rabid animal, a cocker spaniel, a demon and an angel.”

Threading the needle in a Ferrari FF 

It’s becoming increasingly clear to me that life hardly ever goes according to plan, as demonstrated by the situation in which I currently find myself.

Why do men exist? Scientific study explains

Since in many species, sperm is males’ only contribution to reproduction, biologists have long puzzled about why evolutionary selection, known for its ruthless efficiency, allows them to exist.

LUXE City Guides: Heritage Hong Kong

If you think that Hong Kong is just glass and steel, you are very much mistaken. Sure, this pearl of Asia is lustrous, but shuck the husk and you’ll discover profound riches that shine even brighter.

Mitchell may be released from hospital soon

Folk singer Joni Mitchell may be released from the hospital soon but still cannot confer with doctors about her medical care or long-term treatment, an attorney told a judge Monday.

Five female views from Beirut 

A burly man straddles a motorbike, glowering at the camera. This is not your typical macho biker dude. Instead of leather boots, he’s wearing a pair of plastic flip-flops. Instead of a helmet, his head is wrapped in a white cloth.