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Fear and anger in Sanaa over Saudi-led strikes

Warplanes from the Saudi-led coalition have stepped up raids on Houthi targets around the Yemeni capital Sanaa, residents say, forcing many to flee their homes and spreading fear and anger among a population already wearied by years of unrest.

Fear and anger in Sanaa over Saudi-led strikes

Warplanes from the Saudi-led coalition have stepped up raids on Houthi targets around the Yemeni capital Sanaa, residents say, forcing many to flee their homes and spreading fear and anger among a population already wearied by years of unrest.

Israeli firm accuses Lebanon in spyware campaign 

A security company has discovered a computer spying campaign that it said “likely” originated with a government agency or political group in Lebanon, underscoring how far the capability for sophisticated computer espionage is spreading beyond the world’s top powers.

Nigeria opposition claims historic win

Nigeria’s former military leader Muhammadu Buhari claimed a historic election victory in Africa’s most populous country Tuesday, sending thousands of jubilant supporters into the streets chanting “change, change.”

S&P maintains Lebanon’s ‘stable’ ratings outlook 

International rating agency Standard & Poor’s maintained Lebanon’s long- and short-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings at “B-/B” and maintained its “stable” outlook on the long-term ratings.

S&P maintains Lebanon’s ‘stable’ ratings outlook 

International rating agency Standard & Poor’s maintained Lebanon’s long- and short-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings at “B-/B” and maintained its “stable” outlook on the long-term ratings.

Strong case for June rates liftoff: Fed’s Lacker

The Federal Reserve will have a “strong” case to hike U.S. interest rates in June, a hawkish Fed official said Tuesday, dismissing recently weak economic data as transitory and perhaps due to unseasonable weather.

Making space for China 

When the United Kingdom announced earlier last month that it had agreed to become a founding member of the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, most of the headlines focused not on the news itself, but on the friction the decision had caused between the U.K. and the U.S.

Making space for China 

When the United Kingdom announced earlier last month that it had agreed to become a founding member of the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, most of the headlines focused not on the news itself, but on the friction the decision had caused between the U.K. and the U.S.

Chance for diplomacy 

Iran’s nuclear talks have reached a point where a final deal appears inevitable, whether it comes in June or is delayed by a few more weeks or months.

Netherlands too strong for lackluster Spain

The Netherlands once again proved too good for an under-par Spain as goals from Stefan de Vrij and Davy Klaasen handed the hosts a 2-0 friendly win in Amsterdam Tuesday.

Netherlands too strong for lackluster Spain

The Netherlands once again proved too good for an under-par Spain as goals from Stefan de Vrij and Davy Klaasen handed the hosts a 2-0 friendly win in Amsterdam Tuesday.

Grizzlies down Kings to end losing streak

Mike Conley scored 18 points and Jeff Green had 16 as the Memphis Grizzlies ended a three-game losing streak and moved back into the second spot in the Western Conference playoff race with a 97-83 win over the Sacramento Kings Tuesday.

Vettori calls time on international career

Long-serving New Zealand cricketer Daniel Vettori called time on his international career Tuesday, saying the World Cup final was his last appearance for the Black Caps.

Pom d’Amour: linking Lebanese to love 

The idea of a matrimonial agency was so foreign to Lebanon that initially owner and founder of Pom d’Amour, Solange Sraih, found herself monitored by a confused and curious General Security.

Pom d’Amour: linking Lebanese to love 

The idea of a matrimonial agency was so foreign to Lebanon that initially owner and founder of Pom d’Amour, Solange Sraih, found herself monitored by a confused and curious General Security.

Chris Martin, Rihanna back new Jay Z streaming music service

Some of the world's biggest names in music including Beyonce, Cold Play's Chris Martin and Rihanna are backing Jay Z's new global streaming music service Tidal, which launched on Monday, and is billing itself as the first of its kind owned by artists.

Jamie Foxx criticized by LGBT group for Bruce Jenner jibes

Actor-singer Jamie Foxx came under fire on Monday from LGBT-youth group The Trevor Project for "insensitive comments" he made at an awards show about reality star Bruce Jenner and reports of his decision to transition to a woman.