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Bassil defends government over Hezbollah 

Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil worked to tone down a resolution from the Arab League that sought to hold the Lebanese government responsible for Hezbollah’s actions, a source in the ministry told The Daily Star.

Bassil defends government over Hezbollah 

Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil worked to tone down a resolution from the Arab League that sought to hold the Lebanese government responsible for Hezbollah’s actions, a source in the ministry told The Daily Star.

Saudi upheaval brings hope to businessmen

Lebanon-based businessmen who lost enterprises through dealings with members of Saudi Arabia’s royal family and others in the kingdom are closely watching a new campaign led by the powerful crown prince targeting officials, princes and tycoons in the oil-rich kingdom, hoping it will help them win back what they lost over the years.

Saudi upheaval brings hope to businessmen

Lebanon-based businessmen who lost enterprises through dealings with members of Saudi Arabia’s royal family and others in the kingdom are closely watching a new campaign led by the powerful crown prince targeting officials, princes and tycoons in the oil-rich kingdom, hoping it will help them win back what they lost over the years.

Saudi crackdown rattles largest Mideast IPO

A Dubai property developer managed to pull off the Middle East’s largest initial share offering this year, but only after it was almost derailed by the sweeping arrests in neighboring Saudi Arabia, where authorities say they’re rooting out corruption.

Alonso turns rookie for endurance test

Double Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso turned rookie for a day Sunday when he tried out Toyota’s world endurance championship car in a test that could lead to a Le Mans 24 Hours entry next year.

Hidden depths of Picasso’s ‘Guernica’

Spray-painted in murals, wielded on anti-war banners, and even once hung as a tapestry at the United Nations, Pablo Picasso’s “Guernica” might be the world’s most famous political artwork.

Hidden depths of Picasso’s ‘Guernica’

Spray-painted in murals, wielded on anti-war banners, and even once hung as a tapestry at the United Nations, Pablo Picasso’s “Guernica” might be the world’s most famous political artwork.

League brings Palestinian camp teams together 

Yehya Sarris sat on a bench on the sidelines of a football field, watching the players of all ages training for League of the Camps – a tournament between Beirut’s Palestinian football teams that kicked off Sunday.

UK budget aims for driverless cars by 2021

British finance minister Philip Hammond is to announce £75 million ($99 million) funding for Artificial Intelligence and plans to put driverless cars on U.K. roads by 2021, in his budget speech Wednesday.

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