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Follow laws of war in fighting ISIS: U.N.

U.N. war crimes investigators for Syria Tuesday cautioned world powers preparing military action against ISIS fighters that the “laws of war” would apply to them and they must do everything possible to protect civilians.

Taxi companies hurt by illegal competition

The government should regulate the taxi industry in Lebanon to put an end to all illegal competition from unlicensed taxis, said Raja Kurban, chief operating officer at Allo Taxi.

Taxi companies hurt by illegal competition

The government should regulate the taxi industry in Lebanon to put an end to all illegal competition from unlicensed taxis, said Raja Kurban, chief operating officer at Allo Taxi.

A disunited kingdom

While it is up to the Scottish people and the Scottish people alone to decide the outcome of the independence referendum Thursday, the ramifications of a Yes vote will be felt much further afield.

A disunited kingdom

While it is up to the Scottish people and the Scottish people alone to decide the outcome of the independence referendum Thursday, the ramifications of a Yes vote will be felt much further afield.

Judge warns FIFA after investigation

Hans-Joachim Eckert, the German judge deciding what action to take following FIFA’s investigation into alleged corruption surrounding the 2018 and 2022 World Cup votes, said he doubted “if football and ethics can still fit together.”

Judge warns FIFA after investigation

Hans-Joachim Eckert, the German judge deciding what action to take following FIFA’s investigation into alleged corruption surrounding the 2018 and 2022 World Cup votes, said he doubted “if football and ethics can still fit together.”

Davis Cup to remain annual event: ITF chief

The Davis Cup will remain an annual tournament despite persistent complaints from some players that it overburdens an already-crowded schedule, the head of the sport’s governing body said Tuesday.

F1 teams warned not to use coded messages

Formula One’s governing body has banned teams from sending drivers coded messages under a controversial clampdown on radio communications use from this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix.

Depth and unselfish nature carry Team USA

A spate of late withdrawals, a serious injury to Paul George and several marquee names missing appeared to put Team USA under a cloud for the 2014 Basketball World Cup and for future international competition.

Woods expects ‘very full’ schedule next season

Tiger Woods has yet to swing a golf club since missing the cut at last month’s PGA Championship but said Monday his recovery from a back injury was progressing well and that he anticipated a full playing schedule next year.

Scientists' colossal squid exam a kraken good show

It was a calm morning in Antarctica's remote Ross Sea, during the season when the sun never sets, when Capt. John Bennett and his crew hauled up a creature with tentacles like fire hoses and eyes like dinner plates from a mile below the surface.

Scientists' colossal squid exam a kraken good show

It was a calm morning in Antarctica's remote Ross Sea, during the season when the sun never sets, when Capt. John Bennett and his crew hauled up a creature with tentacles like fire hoses and eyes like dinner plates from a mile below the surface.

Glitzy day at London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week reached its glitziest day Monday, with big names like Burberry and Tom Ford packing in the crowds, the supermodels and the celebrities.

Scientists unveil magnetic cure for bad blood

Scientists said they had invented a device that uses a magnet to extract bacteria, fungi and toxins from blood, potentially throwing a lifeline to patients with sepsis and other infections.

Jet Ski race sorts the men from the buoys

Those who associate Jet Skiing with the adrenaline junkies who zip perilously along the country’s crowded beaches got a more sophisticated view of the sport over the weekend, during the Lebanon Water Festival’s Jet Ski race.

Asian Art Week features ceramics, Asian paintings

Sales of classical Chinese paintings, devotional sculptures from India, Nepal and Tibet and ancient ceramic and porcelain vases and jars, including a rare Ming dynasty bowl, will be among the highlights of Asian Art Week auctions in New York.

Asian Art Week features ceramics, Asian paintings

Sales of classical Chinese paintings, devotional sculptures from India, Nepal and Tibet and ancient ceramic and porcelain vases and jars, including a rare Ming dynasty bowl, will be among the highlights of Asian Art Week auctions in New York.