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LF, FPM to announce declaration of intent

A “declaration of intent” approved by the Free Patriotic Movement and the Lebanese Forces will see the light of day “very soon,” an LF source following up on the talks told The Daily Star Thursday.

LF, FPM to announce declaration of intent

A “declaration of intent” approved by the Free Patriotic Movement and the Lebanese Forces will see the light of day “very soon,” an LF source following up on the talks told The Daily Star Thursday.

Real estate transactions plummet in January

Total real estate transactions in Lebanon fell in January and settled at a six-year low, nearly half of those recorded in the same month of 2010 and 2011, due to regional tension and the political impasse in the country, according to BlomInvest.

Real estate transactions plummet in January

Total real estate transactions in Lebanon fell in January and settled at a six-year low, nearly half of those recorded in the same month of 2010 and 2011, due to regional tension and the political impasse in the country, according to BlomInvest.

Germany backs Greek deal despite worries

German lawmakers signaled that they would approve an extension of Greece’s bailout with an overwhelming majority in parliament Friday although many would do so reluctantly amid fears Athens will not deliver on its reform promises.

Hate is hate, not politics

An arson attack on a Christian seminary in Jerusalem Thursday, and a similar attack on a mosque the day before are hate crimes, committed by extremist individuals, and are representative of the systemic racism directed at Palestinians by the Israeli government and its policies.

Hate is hate, not politics

An arson attack on a Christian seminary in Jerusalem Thursday, and a similar attack on a mosque the day before are hate crimes, committed by extremist individuals, and are representative of the systemic racism directed at Palestinians by the Israeli government and its policies.

Abject Arsenal, City let down England

The Premier League can attract mega riches from global broadcasters but first Manchester City and now Arsenal have proved to be poor ambassadors for the self-proclaimed best league in the world in the Champions League this week.

Abject Arsenal, City let down England

The Premier League can attract mega riches from global broadcasters but first Manchester City and now Arsenal have proved to be poor ambassadors for the self-proclaimed best league in the world in the Champions League this week.

McLaren sure Alonso will be fit for first race

McLaren chief executive Ron Dennis has insisted that Fernando Alonso should be ready to race at the opening Grand Prix of the season in Australia despite spending three nights in hospital following a crash in testing last week.

Murray suffers shock defeat to lucky loser

Andy Murray, the former Wimbledon and U.S. Open champion who has this week risen to world No. 3, suffered one of the most remarkable defeats of his career when he was outplayed 6-1, 6-3 by Borna Coric, an 18-year-old Croatian who only gained entry to the main draw of the Dubai Open as a lucky loser.

Warriors’ Curry returns to win at Washington

Golden State’s Stephen Curry returned from an injury absence to top score with 32 points and lead the Warriors to a 114-107 win at Washington Tuesday, extending their overall NBA lead.

Dancing, gunfire as Afghans enjoy cricket win

Hundreds of jubilant Afghan cricket fans flooded onto the streets of major cities Thursday, dancing, waving flags and firing AK-47s in celebration at their team’s historic World Cup win over Scotland.

Honda CEO to step down in unexpected move

In a surprise move, Honda Motor Co said on Monday that CEO Takanobu Ito would step down in late June after six years in the top post, and will be succeeded by 55-year-old Managing Officer Takahiro Hachigo.