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Political theater finds new home on Twitter 

Politics in Lebanon are like a never-ending play, and while spectators are accustomed to witnessing the drama unfold on television via interviews and speeches, a new stage has emerged.

Political theater finds new home on Twitter 

Politics in Lebanon are like a never-ending play, and while spectators are accustomed to witnessing the drama unfold on television via interviews and speeches, a new stage has emerged.

Just 0.1 pct of oil output halted due to prices

After a year of low oil prices, only 0.1 percent of global production has been curtailed because it’s unprofitable, according to a report from consultants Wood Mackenzie Ltd. that highlights the industry’s resilience.

Europe’s economic outlook darkens

Hints of investor optimism in Europe were snuffed out this week, as the darkening economic outlook registered across the continent and sent stocks and credit markets sliding.

Multitasking no problem for Guardiola

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola has shrugged off suggestions of a potential conflict of interest after signing with Premier League’s Manchester City for next season, saying he was quite capable of multitasking.

Magnussen returns with Renault F1 team

Renault announced the Formula One comeback of Danish driver Kevin Magnussen at the launch Wednesday of a new-look team that will put the French carmaker back on the starting grid as a constructor.

Fiennes defends decision to play Michael Jackson

Joseph Fiennes has defended his decision to play Michael Jackson in an upcoming comedy, despite a furore over the casting of a white British actor in the role of a black American superstar.

Fiennes defends decision to play Michael Jackson

Joseph Fiennes has defended his decision to play Michael Jackson in an upcoming comedy, despite a furore over the casting of a white British actor in the role of a black American superstar.

Picture giving birth in prison 

Palestine has been depicted to be a prison for Palestinians, a condition connected to the state of Israel’s settler-colonial policies.

David Bowie wanted ashes scattered in Bali

Rock legend David Bowie wanted his ashes scattered in Bali "in accordance with the Buddhist rituals," and he left most of his estate to his two children and his widow, the supermodel Iman, according to his will filed Friday in Manhattan

Mitsubishi Lancer refuses to call it quits 

As the car industry grows more sophisticated and automobiles increasingly come packed with options that used to astonish us just a few years ago, we as consumers are becoming less and less tolerant of anything that feels remotely old-school.