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Army dismantles two bombs in Tripoli 

The Lebanese Army said Sunday it had dismantled two explosive devices primed to be detonated in Tripoli, in the military’s latest crackdown on terror cells in the northern city that has been ravaged by fierce fighting between supporters and opponents of Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Army dismantles two bombs in Tripoli 

The Lebanese Army said Sunday it had dismantled two explosive devices primed to be detonated in Tripoli, in the military’s latest crackdown on terror cells in the northern city that has been ravaged by fierce fighting between supporters and opponents of Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Ad spending flat at $190M in 2015 

An annual survey of the advertising market in the Arab world shows that real advertising expenditures in Lebanon totaled $190 million in 2015, nearly unchanged from the prior year’s $189 million.

Ad spending flat at $190M in 2015 

An annual survey of the advertising market in the Arab world shows that real advertising expenditures in Lebanon totaled $190 million in 2015, nearly unchanged from the prior year’s $189 million.

Iran carmaker gets $436M in Peugeot perks

French carmaker Peugeot is to provide Iran Khodro with 427 million euros in debt waivers, bonuses and discounts under their first post-sanctions deal, the Iranian manufacturer said Sunday.

Russia humiliated in Fed Cup

Russia and Italy, who have won eight of the last 12 Fed Cup titles, crashed out of this year’s tournament Sunday as defending champions Czech Republic survived to set up a semifinal duel with Switzerland.

Russia humiliated in Fed Cup

Russia and Italy, who have won eight of the last 12 Fed Cup titles, crashed out of this year’s tournament Sunday as defending champions Czech Republic survived to set up a semifinal duel with Switzerland.

Willett wins Dubai Desert Classic

Overnight leader Danny Willett battled hard to hold on to his lead Sunday and got his reward with a final green, one-shot win in the $2.5 million Dubai Desert Classic.

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.

Inarritu triumphs at DGA awards

Hollywood’s directors named Alejandro Inarritu the best film director of 2015 for “The Revenant” at a gala ceremony Saturday, helping focus the race for the Oscars.

Inarritu triumphs at DGA awards

Hollywood’s directors named Alejandro Inarritu the best film director of 2015 for “The Revenant” at a gala ceremony Saturday, helping focus the race for the Oscars.

EFF fetes Lebanese film student shorts 

Each year Beirut’s European Film Festival conducts a competition for Lebanese student films and Saturday evening saw many EU officials fete the contest’s winning short films.

Man who gave name to "Peanuts'" Linus dies at age 90

Linus Maurer, a cartoonist and illustrator whose old friend and colleague Charles M. Schulz borrowed his first name for Charlie Brown's blanket-wielding best friend Linus in his "Peanuts" comic strip and cartoons, has died at age 90

Makeup off the runways 

Fashionista Hadia Sinno took the style world by storm with a unique combination of expertise and avant-garde style, rising to become one of the most preeminent voices on all things fashion.

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.

France restricts blood transfusions over Zika virus

Travelers coming back from any outbreak zones of the Zika virus will need to wait at least 28 days before giving blood to avoid any risk of transmission, French Health Minister Marisol Touraine said Sunday