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Renewal of Salameh’s term draws praise 

Most bankers and economists hailed the renewal of Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh’s term but stressed the step is not enough if not matched by serious government efforts to reduce the deficit and shore up the economy.

Renewal of Salameh’s term draws praise 

Most bankers and economists hailed the renewal of Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh’s term but stressed the step is not enough if not matched by serious government efforts to reduce the deficit and shore up the economy.

Bilic wants to sign 'game-changers' for West Ham

West Ham United have set their sights on strengthening their squad with players that can make an impact on games rather than signing replacements for those who leave, manager Slaven Bilic has said

Bilic wants to sign 'game-changers' for West Ham

West Ham United have set their sights on strengthening their squad with players that can make an impact on games rather than signing replacements for those who leave, manager Slaven Bilic has said

Nadal back in power and closing in on La Decima

The video of Dominic Thiem’s surprise win over Rafael Nadal last week in Rome will be in high demand for those harboring hopes of stopping the Spaniard’s march toward a tenth French Open crown.

Rio Olympics venues ‘White Elephants’

A federal prosecutor looking into last year’s Rio de Janeiro Olympics says that many of the venues “are white elephants” that were built with “no planning.”

Hamilton, Vettel’s rivalry faces test in Monaco

The chummy rivalry between Formula One champions Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel could be tested at this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix, an unforgiving circuit where drivers are often pushed to the limit.

Bourgeois art world skewered in ‘The Square’

A sumptuous Stockholm museum filled with grotesquely pretentious conceptual art is at the center of “The Square,” a Palme d’Or nominee at Cannes that switches between surrealism, comedy of manners, thriller and social commentary.

Bourgeois art world skewered in ‘The Square’

A sumptuous Stockholm museum filled with grotesquely pretentious conceptual art is at the center of “The Square,” a Palme d’Or nominee at Cannes that switches between surrealism, comedy of manners, thriller and social commentary.

Alfa Romeo recovers legendary traits 

In an exclusive interview with the The Daily Star, Negib Debs, general manager of Gargour Automotive Co., sheds light on the strategies and initiatives that led to the resurgence of Alfa Romeo and the cars’ singular traits.

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