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Private lives exposed as WikiLeaks speaks

WikiLeaks’ global crusade to expose government secrets is causing collateral damage to the privacy of hundreds of innocent people, including survivors of sexual abuse, sick children and the mentally ill, the Associated Press has found.

Private lives exposed as WikiLeaks speaks

WikiLeaks’ global crusade to expose government secrets is causing collateral damage to the privacy of hundreds of innocent people, including survivors of sexual abuse, sick children and the mentally ill, the Associated Press has found.

With Biden visit, U.S. seeks balance with Turkey

When U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visited Turkey in January, he struck a difficult balance between showing support for a NATO ally faced with multiple security threats while criticizing its record on free speech and dissent.

Municipal support project comes to a close 

The European Union and the Interior and Municipalities Ministry celebrated the successful conclusion of a four-year project to improve municipal finance and administration Tuesday at Beirut’s Phoenicia Hotel.

Egypt readies for tough reforms

President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi said Egypt would end its dollar exchange rate problem within months because it can’t put off tough measures to revive the economy, amid signs Gulf states’ aid won’t flow as freely as before.

VW, suppliers settle dispute after marathon talks

Volkswagen and two of its parts suppliers Tuesday resolved a contract dispute that had hit output at more than half of the carmaker’s German plants and threatened to undermine its recovery from a diesel emissions scandal.

Bravo on his way to replace Hart

Pep Guardiola Tuesday insisted he would continue working with Joe Hart at Manchester City, even as Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo flew in to replace the unwanted England international.

Bravo on his way to replace Hart

Pep Guardiola Tuesday insisted he would continue working with Joe Hart at Manchester City, even as Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo flew in to replace the unwanted England international.

U.S. NBA stars rip Serbia for third gold

Completing a third consecutive unbeaten run to Olympic gold, the United States captured a sixth Games title with NBA talent in seven tries by routing Serbia 96-66 in Sunday’s final.

Triumphant Brits return home in gold-nosed plane

Great Britain’s triumphant Olympic team returned home from the Rio Games in a gold-nosed plane Tuesday, as officials trumpeted their success as the “best sporting achievement” in the country’s history.

Music and masters at Molaeb Museum 

Jamil Molaeb is among Lebanon’s better-known modernist artists. Born in Baysour, Chouf, the young Molaeb (b. 1948) studied with such noted artists as Chafic Abboud and Paul Guiragossian before traveling abroad to continue his explorations.

Music and masters at Molaeb Museum 

Jamil Molaeb is among Lebanon’s better-known modernist artists. Born in Baysour, Chouf, the young Molaeb (b. 1948) studied with such noted artists as Chafic Abboud and Paul Guiragossian before traveling abroad to continue his explorations.

Frank Ocean releases second album 'Blonde'

After months of suspense and weeks of cryptic online teasing ahead of the release of his long-awaited second album, hip-hop breakout star Frank Ocean has released "Blonde"

Trends for Fall/Winter 2016/17 

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.

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