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May God ruin Trump: Tlaib’s grandmother

Sitting under an olive tree in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, Muftia Tlaib scoffs at the attention she has recently received from the president of the United States.

U.S. whiskey exporters struggle after EU tariffs

When Europe’s tariffs on U.S. whiskey hit in June 2018, craft distillery Mountain Laurel Spirits LLC lost 10 percent of its sales overnight as its European distributor simply stopped buying its award-winning Dad’s Hat Pennsylvania Rye whiskey.

Marquez takes Czech MotoGP for 50th premier win

Honda’s world champion Marc Marquez won the rain-affected Czech MotoGP in Brno Sunday, his sixth victory of the season, and became only the fourth rider to achieve 50 premier-class victories.

Lost Mahfouz manuscript unearthed 

“The Quarter” is perhaps what every scholar of a deceased author dreams of finding: something new and unseen in a landscape that had previously seemed finite, insurmountably bordered by birth and death.

Lost Mahfouz manuscript unearthed 

“The Quarter” is perhaps what every scholar of a deceased author dreams of finding: something new and unseen in a landscape that had previously seemed finite, insurmountably bordered by birth and death.

Music fests, dance parties return to Baghdad

Members of rival Iraqi biker gangs, clad in studded leather and black berets, burst out of their semicircles to break dance, their tattoo-covered arms waving neon glow sticks.

Music fests, dance parties return to Baghdad

Members of rival Iraqi biker gangs, clad in studded leather and black berets, burst out of their semicircles to break dance, their tattoo-covered arms waving neon glow sticks.

U.S. scientists announce 3-D heart printing

U.S. scientists announced early Friday they have successfully built functional heart parts out of collagen with a 3-D bioprinter, using a breakthrough technique they say could one day create entire organs.

An unusual haven in the mountains of Akkar 

The winding road leading into the mountains in Chambouq, above the village of Qobeiyat on the far edge of Akkar overlooking the Syrian border, is pitted from the trucks carrying loads of watermelons and other goods from the Bekaa Valley.

Nations eye trade in endangered species

From guitars to traditional medicines and from tusk to tail, mankind’s exploitation of the planet’s fauna and flora is putting some of them at risk of extinction.