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Foreign worker limits needed: Choucair 

Mohammad Choucair, president of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, called on officials to issue a new law limiting companies to 10 percent foreign staff in a bid to protect the local labor force.

Foreign worker limits needed: Choucair 

Mohammad Choucair, president of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, called on officials to issue a new law limiting companies to 10 percent foreign staff in a bid to protect the local labor force.

Rebels do for oil market what producers couldn’t

Leftist guerrillas in Colombia, rebels in Libya and militants in Nigeria are succeeding where the world’s biggest oil producers failed, helping keep a 1.5 million-barrel crude surplus from expanding.

Serena’s absence blows Madrid tournament open

In the absence of world No. 1 Serena Williams, who withdrew from the tournament Friday after suffering from flu, a whole host of players will be targeting victory at the WTA Madrid Open.

Warriors keep cruising, Heat and Raptors book clash

Klay Thompson and Draymond Green made sure the Golden State Warriors barely missed injured superstar Stephen Curry Sunday in a 118-106 victory over Portland in the first game of their NBA Western Conference second-round playoff series

South Korea's Park begs for Olympic chance

South Korea's Park Tae-hwan got down on his knees and begged for the chance to compete at the Rio Games Monday as the Korean Olympic Committee (KOC) shows no signs of lifting the additional doping sanctions it has imposed on the swimmer

Mercedes surprised by Ferrari's lack of pace

By Alan Baldwin Ferrari are still waiting to take the fight to Formula One champions Mercedes after a Russian Grand Prix that left even their dominant rivals surprised by the gap in performance

‘Angry Birds’ maker wants phones out

The creators of “Angry Birds” hope movie theater audiences don’t get their feathers ruffled if some filmgoers pluck out their mobile devices at the end of “The Angry Birds Movie” and point them at the screen.

‘Oh no, not again!’

“Prince, surely not? Can we turn this year off and turn it back on when it stops being a giant exit for all the most talented people?”

Ghanaian crowned first 'Miss Africa Continent'

Barefoot, wearing traditional costumes including animal hide skirts and elaborately beaded headdresses, the contestants strutted the stage before Ghanaian Rebecca Asamoah was crowned the first Miss Africa Continent

Ghanaian crowned first 'Miss Africa Continent'

Barefoot, wearing traditional costumes including animal hide skirts and elaborately beaded headdresses, the contestants strutted the stage before Ghanaian Rebecca Asamoah was crowned the first Miss Africa Continent

Africa's giant eye in the sky proving worth its SALT

South Africa's SALT telescope has helped detect the first white dwarf pulsar, the latest co-discovery that has astronomers eager to use the largest optical telescope in the southern hemisphere to unlock the galaxy's secrets

Lebanese designer’s moorish patterns 

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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