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Alvarez seeks more elaborate answers from BDL 

The Finance Ministry asked the Central Bank this week to answer all the four questions posted by Alvarez & Marsal concerning forensic auditing, adding that the auditing firm was not satisfied with the vague response by BDL, a government source said Wednesday.

Alvarez seeks more elaborate answers from BDL 

The Finance Ministry asked the Central Bank this week to answer all the four questions posted by Alvarez & Marsal concerning forensic auditing, adding that the auditing firm was not satisfied with the vague response by BDL, a government source said Wednesday.

OPEC+ considers oil output roll over for April, sources say

OPEC and allies, known as OPEC+, are considering rolling over oil production cuts from March into April instead of raising output because of fragile oil demand recovery due to persisting worries about the coronavirus, three OPEC+ sources told Reuters.

Man Utd fire another blank at Palace

Manchester United drew another blank to hamper their chances of a return to next season's Champions League after a dismal 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace Wednesday.

Man Utd fire another blank at Palace

Manchester United drew another blank to hamper their chances of a return to next season's Champions League after a dismal 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace Wednesday.

Djokovic on cloud nine in Australia after Medvedev mauling

A tournament that had to contend with many uncertainties due to the COVID-19 pandemic, climaxed with Novak Djokovic remaining an unbreakable force as he thrashed Daniil Medvedev to claim a record-extending ninth Australian Open title Sunday.

LeBron eclipsed as Suns down Lakers

LeBron James exploded for 38 points but it was not enough to prevent the Los Angeles Lakers from sliding to a 114-104 defeat against the Phoenix Suns Tuesday.

‘Nomadland,’ ‘Borat’ win at Golden Globes

Fey and Poehler managed their typically well-timed back-and-forth despite being almost 3,000 miles from each other, appearing before masked attendees but no stars. Instead, the sparse tables – where Hollywood royalty are usually crammed together and plied with booze during the show – were occupied by, as Fey phrased it, ‘smoking-hot first responders and essential workers.’

Beat poet ally Lawrence Ferlinghetti dies at 101

Few poets of the past 60 years were so well known, or so influential. His books sold more than 1 million copies worldwide, a fantasy for virtually any of his peers, and he ran one of the world’s most famous and distinctive bookstores, City Lights. Although he never considered himself one of the Beats, he was a patron and soul mate and, for many, a lasting symbol – preaching a nobler and more ecstatic American dream

Around the globe, virus cancels spring travel for millions

They are the annual journeys of late winter and early spring: Factory workers in China heading home for the Lunar New Year; American college students going on road trips and hitting the beach over spring break; Germans and Britons fleeing drab skies for some Mediterranean sun over Easter.