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Saudi Arabia shoots down Yemen rebel missiles

Saudi Arabia intercepted four missiles fired by Yemeni rebels Tuesday, an Arab coalition said, in what it described as evidence of arms smuggling through a rebel-held Red Sea port.

Saudi Arabia shoots down Yemen rebel missiles

Saudi Arabia intercepted four missiles fired by Yemeni rebels Tuesday, an Arab coalition said, in what it described as evidence of arms smuggling through a rebel-held Red Sea port.

Authorities quietly revive security plan 

Senior security officials tentatively confirmed Tuesday that a security plan for the Bekaa Valley and Beirut’s southern suburbs has begun, with one source saying the noose was tightening around fugitives in the areas.

Lebanese agriculture looks at going green 

Attributes such as sustainability, eco-friendliness and ethics are increasingly important to consumers who are driving the international market to promote higher environmental standards.

Lebanese agriculture looks at going green 

Attributes such as sustainability, eco-friendliness and ethics are increasingly important to consumers who are driving the international market to promote higher environmental standards.

Spurs drop Cavs to second in East

Kawhi Leonard scored 25 points and left to a standing ovation Monday as the San Antonio Spurs humbled the NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers 103-74 less than three weeks before the start of the playoffs.

NFL owners approve Raiders’ move to Las Vegas

National Football League team owners gave the green light Monday to the Oakland Raiders to move to Las Vegas, paving the way for the building of a $1.9 billion stadium in the U.S. gambling capital.

Ferrari drought-breaker sets up real F1 duel

With Sebastian Vettel ascending the top of the podium in his red Ferrari race suit, the new regulations for Formula One cars seemingly needed only one Grand Prix to produce one of the desired effects.

Nobel laureate play seeks sense in Trump reality

American theatergoers got a small taste Monday of a new play by Austrian Nobel laureate Elfriede Jelinek that tries to understand President Donald Trump and what he says about today’s society.

Nobel laureate play seeks sense in Trump reality

American theatergoers got a small taste Monday of a new play by Austrian Nobel laureate Elfriede Jelinek that tries to understand President Donald Trump and what he says about today’s society.

Dylan gives rare interview, talks Sinatra, Elvis

Bob Dylan opened up about his music and songwriting and discussed his relationships with Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and others in a rare and lengthy interview posted exclusively to his website Wednesday.

Young refugees build new lives in Greece

Jawad Ahmadi, an 18-year-old Afghan, reached the island of Lesbos a year ago with his older brother and cousin, believing Greece would be just a temporary stop on his way to Germany.

Young refugees build new lives in Greece

Jawad Ahmadi, an 18-year-old Afghan, reached the island of Lesbos a year ago with his older brother and cousin, believing Greece would be just a temporary stop on his way to Germany.

Tawlet’s soup kitchen, hoping to help 

Aasha el Tayeb, a new initiative cooked up by Beirut-based NGO Souk el Tayeb to offer a restaurant experience to underprivileged members of society, was inaugurated Thursday with the first of many “soup kitchen” dinner parties.

Theme parks aim to do away with the line

At Universal Orlando Resort’s new “Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon” ride, waiting in line has been replaced by lounging on couches and listening to a racy barber shop quartet sing until it’s time to enter the ride.

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