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Hariri urges Beirutis to vote for coexistence 

Voters in Beirut and the Bekaa Valley head for polling stations Sunday to cast their ballots in municipal elections, widely viewed as vital for maintaining equal power sharing between Muslims and Christians, as former Prime Minister Saad Hariri Thursday urged supporters to vote for coexistence and national unity.

Lebanon waits for e-government 

A disorganized queue of people clutching official documents behind a counter stacked with thick folders is a familiar sight for anybody who visits ministries or state intuitions in Lebanon.

Lebanon waits for e-government 

A disorganized queue of people clutching official documents behind a counter stacked with thick folders is a familiar sight for anybody who visits ministries or state intuitions in Lebanon.

Saudi Arabia raises oil prices for Asia

Saudi Arabia raised its pricing for June oil sales to Asia by the most since April 2015, a sign that the world’s biggest crude exporter expects demand to recover as the global market rebalances.

Djokovic, Murray cruise into Madrid quarters

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic racked up his 30th win of a dominant season with a 6-2, 6-1 destruction of Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut to reach the Madrid Masters quarterfinals Thursday.

Fisher goal downs Sharks in marathon OT win

Mike Fisher ended the longest game in Nashville Predators history with a rebound goal at 11:12 of the third overtime early Friday morning, giving them a 4-3 win over the San Jose Sharks to tie the Western Conference semifinal at 2-2

From Nigeria with blufunk love 

At his first performance in Beirut Wednesday night, Keziah Jones moved his Liban Jazz audience with bluesy riffs, funky rhythms and soulful voice.

From Nigeria with blufunk love 

At his first performance in Beirut Wednesday night, Keziah Jones moved his Liban Jazz audience with bluesy riffs, funky rhythms and soulful voice.

First women's run sweeps through Algiers

Hundreds of women took part Friday in an unprecedented run through the streets of the Algerian capital to raise awareness about sports in the conservative Muslim country

First women's run sweeps through Algiers

Hundreds of women took part Friday in an unprecedented run through the streets of the Algerian capital to raise awareness about sports in the conservative Muslim country

Grunge is back with a wicked vengeance 

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.

Harley Low Rider, Roadster: 1 brand, 2 identities 

MARSEILLE, France: Before last week I had never sat atop a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Never cared to. The weight and bulkiness of a cruiser, the low seating position, thunderous noise, and more than anything, the feeling that you belonged to an elite club ... none of it appealed to me. But there I was, strapped inside the plush, one-person saddle of a 2016 Low Rider S with its 1,801cc twin-cylinder motor and six-speed gearbox packed inside a narrow frame delivering eye-popping power. The bik

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