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Rebels given one week to ‘repent’ to ISIS

Militants from ISIS have given rebel fighters in the city of Deir al-Zor one week to “repent” and turn in their weapons, after recent seizures of territory around the provincial capital on the Euphrates River.

World Bank program looks to create jobs

The World Bank will soon call upon Lebanese youths to apply to “New Entrance to Work,” a project aimed at providing 3,000 job opportunities as unemployment in Lebanon is expected to double by the end of 2014 and reach 20 percent.

World Bank program looks to create jobs

The World Bank will soon call upon Lebanese youths to apply to “New Entrance to Work,” a project aimed at providing 3,000 job opportunities as unemployment in Lebanon is expected to double by the end of 2014 and reach 20 percent.

Turkey embracing Iraq’s Kurds

Once branded an enemy of the state, the leader of Iraq’s Kurds, Massoud Barzani, has become Turkey’s best friend in the Middle East.

Poisonous pressure

The firing of rockets from southern Lebanon into Israel Friday should serve as a wake-up call to national leaders, as if they needed one, about the sensitivity and volatility of the situation.

Poisonous pressure

The firing of rockets from southern Lebanon into Israel Friday should serve as a wake-up call to national leaders, as if they needed one, about the sensitivity and volatility of the situation.

Colonialism never ended in Palestine

As we commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I, we can get a better understanding of the conditions of that time by following closely events in Palestine this week.

Djokovic ends Federer record dream

Novak Djokovic won his second Wimbledon title and seventh career major with a 6-7 (7/9), 6-4, 7-6 (7/4), 5-7, 6-4 victory over Roger Federer Sunday, shattering the Swiss star’s dream of a record eighth triumph in an epic struggle.

Home win for Hamilton after Rosberg retires

Lewis Hamilton won his home British Grand Prix Sunday and slashed Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg’s Formula One lead to four points after the German retired for the first time this season.

Chakra rebels with the era of conformity

Designers across the program, from Dior to Versace, approached this season’s haute couture, their most expensive and critics would say excessive collections, with unified determination to modernize an antiquated exercise in handmade evening wear.

Chakra rebels with the era of conformity

Designers across the program, from Dior to Versace, approached this season’s haute couture, their most expensive and critics would say excessive collections, with unified determination to modernize an antiquated exercise in handmade evening wear.

Study paves way for simple Alzheimer's test

British scientists identify a set of 10 proteins in the blood that can predict the onset of Alzheimer’s, an important step towards developing a test for the incurable disease.

Artist asks public to lie under dismembered train

The Portuguese street artist Alexandre Farto doesn’t just spray paint on walls. He takes chisels and jackhammers to them, gouging out work on the streets that go way beyond graffiti into monumental reliefs.

Artist asks public to lie under dismembered train

The Portuguese street artist Alexandre Farto doesn’t just spray paint on walls. He takes chisels and jackhammers to them, gouging out work on the streets that go way beyond graffiti into monumental reliefs.

Tommy Ramone, last of the Ramones, dies

Tommy Ramone, a co-founder of the seminal punk band the Ramones and the last surviving member of the original group, has died, a business associate says.