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New decision curbs drug price gouging 

In an effort to efficiently provide affordable drugs to the public, the Health Ministry on April 2 issued a decision sharply decreasing the window of time companies have to inform it of any reductions in the cost of pharmaceuticals.

New decision curbs drug price gouging 

In an effort to efficiently provide affordable drugs to the public, the Health Ministry on April 2 issued a decision sharply decreasing the window of time companies have to inform it of any reductions in the cost of pharmaceuticals.

Regime pounds Idlib, Aleppo and Deraa 

Syrian regime aircraft Sunday kept up their pounding of rebel-held areas in the north and south of the country, as rebel groups tried to once again open a new “front” with the regime in Latakia province.

ISIS or Taliban? Fear stalks Afghans

Claims that ISIS carried out a deadly suicide bombing in Afghanistan raise questions about whether the culprits are the real deal or Taliban turncoats now waving the ISIS black flag.

Airport passenger traffic rises by 10 percent 

Passenger traffic at Beirut’s Rafic Hariri International Airport increased by nearly 10 percent in the first quarter of 2015 compared to the same period last year, according to a statement released by the directorate general of the civil aviation.

Airport passenger traffic rises by 10 percent 

Passenger traffic at Beirut’s Rafic Hariri International Airport increased by nearly 10 percent in the first quarter of 2015 compared to the same period last year, according to a statement released by the directorate general of the civil aviation.

Saudi Arabian stocks up on bourse opening boost

Saudi Arabian stocks rose the most in more than two months after the kingdom said foreigners will be able to access its stock market directly from mid-June and as Saudi Basic Industries Corp.’s profit beat estimates.

Britain’s tax jump risks pushing banks away

HSBC and Standard Chartered are looking at the viability of quitting London for a new home in Asia because a big jump in a tax on U.K. banks makes staying in Britain increasingly painful.

A welcome lifeline 

As the first shipment of arms bought with Saudi Arabia’s $3 billion gift to Lebanon arrives Monday, it’s worth remembering how much the kingdom has done for this country.

A welcome lifeline 

As the first shipment of arms bought with Saudi Arabia’s $3 billion gift to Lebanon arrives Monday, it’s worth remembering how much the kingdom has done for this country.

Egyptians are promised a new capital 

Cairo is to be replaced as Egypt’s capital by a vast, hypermodern city situated in the eastern desert at the halfway point to the Suez Canal hub – a military-led mega-development featuring an enlarged, two-channel canal that began last year.

Ahed seal title with 2-0 win over Nejmeh 

Ahed’s irresistible form showed no signs of abating Sunday as the capital club registered their eighth successive win of the season to seal the Lebanese Premier League title with two matches to spare.

Ahed seal title with 2-0 win over Nejmeh 

Ahed’s irresistible form showed no signs of abating Sunday as the capital club registered their eighth successive win of the season to seal the Lebanese Premier League title with two matches to spare.

Warriors, Rockets open playoffs with wins

The Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets won their opening games in the NBA playoffs with relative ease Saturday, while the Washington Wizards pulled off an upset on the road in Toronto.

Djokovic beats Berdych to set ATP record

Novak Djokovic set another career record Sunday with his second Monte Carlo title, as the Serb became the first man to win the opening three Masters 1000 events in a season through a 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 defeat of Tomas Berdych.

Hamilton wins again under Bahrain floodlights

Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton won the Bahrain Grand Prix for the second year in a row Sunday with Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen back on the podium to deny Mercedes another one-two finish under the floodlights.

Can you rock a jumpsuit?

Awards nights are usually reserved for showstopping gowns, but it one swoop, Robin Wright resisted the norm in a backless Ralph Lauren custom jumpsuit done in ivory as a contemporary take on the lady tuxedo.

Can you rock a jumpsuit?

Awards nights are usually reserved for showstopping gowns, but it one swoop, Robin Wright resisted the norm in a backless Ralph Lauren custom jumpsuit done in ivory as a contemporary take on the lady tuxedo.

Genesis Coupe revives historic sports car lore 

When I review cars, more often than not I find myself selecting cars that I find intriguing or appealing, which makes it all the more surprising that over the past several months I have reviewed more models from Hyundai than from any other brand.

Robo-chef can perfectly mimic professional

A robotic chef that can whip up professional quality meals in a matter of minutes has been developed by engineers in the U.K., who call it the world’s first Automated Kitchen.

St Helena: a remote island with a rich history

Saint Helena’s major claim to fame is as the place where the fallen French emperor Napoleon died in exile, but now the destiny of the tiny island is about to change with the opening of its first airport next year.

Star Wars trailer delights fans

Hype surrounding the eagerly anticipated “Star Wars” reboot made the jump to light speed Thursday as the movie’s makers unveiled a trailer that delighted fans with a glimpse of iconic characters Han Solo and Chewbacca.

Star Wars trailer delights fans

Hype surrounding the eagerly anticipated “Star Wars” reboot made the jump to light speed Thursday as the movie’s makers unveiled a trailer that delighted fans with a glimpse of iconic characters Han Solo and Chewbacca.

Indian-inspired modern dance in Beirut 

Emerging star Aakash Odedra offered a full house of spectators a unique fusion of classical Indian and contemporary British dance at Masrah al-Madina Saturday.

Affleck hid his family’s slave-owning past

Hollywood megastar Ben Affleck, also known for his support of liberal causes, asked documentary-makers to censor their discovery that one of his ancestors owned slaves, according to a leaked email.