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Iran's fuel shipments violate sovereignty: Mikati

Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati said Iranian fuel shipments imported by Hezbollah constitute a "violation of Lebanon's sovereignty," according to comments published by his office on Twitter.

Iran's fuel shipments violate sovereignty: Mikati

Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati said Iranian fuel shipments imported by Hezbollah constitute a "violation of Lebanon's sovereignty," according to comments published by his office on Twitter.

Iran looks east after China-led bloc OKs entry

Iran on Saturday hailed its acceptance into a China and Russia-led bloc, an eastward turn it sees as opening access to major world markets and a counter to crippling Western sanctions.

Lebanon receives $1.39 billion in IMF SDRs 

Lebanon has officially received $1.139 billion from the International Monetary Fund which is part of the country’s Special Drawing Rights, the Finance Ministry announced Friday.

Lebanon receives $1.39 billion in IMF SDRs 

Lebanon has officially received $1.139 billion from the International Monetary Fund which is part of the country’s Special Drawing Rights, the Finance Ministry announced Friday.

Arsenal win again as Liverpool top Premier League

Martin Odegaard scored his first goal since his permanent switch to Arsenal Saturday to further ease the pressure on Mikel Arteta as Sadio Mane helped fire Liverpool to the top of the Premier League.

Arsenal win again as Liverpool top Premier League

Martin Odegaard scored his first goal since his permanent switch to Arsenal Saturday to further ease the pressure on Mikel Arteta as Sadio Mane helped fire Liverpool to the top of the Premier League.

Afghan musicians grieve abandoned instruments

A Taliban guard shows AFP a storeroom full of intact musical instruments that were left behind, after reports that everything had been trashed. The caretaker says the group’s leaders had ordered him to protect the instruments