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Can Hariri save the day with his new measures? 

The beleaguered Lebanese government presented a spur-of-the-moment but bold economic and financial plan to appease hundreds of thousands of protesters who are now demanding the resignation of the Cabinet.

Can Hariri save the day with his new measures? 

The beleaguered Lebanese government presented a spur-of-the-moment but bold economic and financial plan to appease hundreds of thousands of protesters who are now demanding the resignation of the Cabinet.

Global banks must act now: McKinsey

More than half of the world’s banks are already in a weak position before any downturn that may be coming, according to a report from consultancy McKinsey & Co.

Lampard looks to young Ajax for inspiration

Ajax’s exploits last season is proof that a young squad can go far and Chelsea will look to them for inspiration when the two teams meet in the Champions League Wednesday, the Premier League club’s manager Frank Lampard said Tuesday.

Lampard looks to young Ajax for inspiration

Ajax’s exploits last season is proof that a young squad can go far and Chelsea will look to them for inspiration when the two teams meet in the Champions League Wednesday, the Premier League club’s manager Frank Lampard said Tuesday.

Olympic gold lures Federer to Tokyo

Roger Federer said Monday he would compete at next year’s Tokyo Olympics in a bid to claim the men’s singles gold medal, the only major prize he has yet to win.

LeBron under fire for remarks on China row

Basketball superstar LeBron James was accused of turning a blind eye to Chinese repression Tuesday after he criticized a Houston Rockets executive for angering China with a “misinformed” tweet supporting protesters in Hong Kong. James told reporters that Rockets general manager Daryl Morey “wasn’t educated” on Hong Kong and should have kept his mouth shut, as the outspoken Lakers forward waded into a charged debate that other high-profile NBA figures have shied away from.

Cell response to oxygen work gets medicine Nobel

Two Americans and a Briton won the 2019 Nobel Prize in medicine Monday for discovering a molecular switch that regulates how cells adapt to fluctuating oxygen levels, opening up new approaches to treating heart failure, anemia and cancer.