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Market reacts positively to Hariri’s designation 

The significant rise of the Lebanese pound against the U.S. dollar in the last couple of days was probably the first sign that the local market has reacted positively to the designation of Saad Hariri as Lebanon’s prime minister.

Market reacts positively to Hariri’s designation 

The significant rise of the Lebanese pound against the U.S. dollar in the last couple of days was probably the first sign that the local market has reacted positively to the designation of Saad Hariri as Lebanon’s prime minister.

Adesanya defends belt at UFC 253

Unbeaten Israel Adesanya defended his middleweight title in style with a dominant second-round stoppage of Paulo Costa at UFC 253 Sunday

Over 60 exhibits damaged at Berlin museums

In all, 63 works at the Pergamon Museum, the Alte Nationalgalerie and the Neues Museum were affected. There was no thematic link between the targeted works, and no pattern is discernible to the perpetrator’s approach

Over 60 exhibits damaged at Berlin museums

In all, 63 works at the Pergamon Museum, the Alte Nationalgalerie and the Neues Museum were affected. There was no thematic link between the targeted works, and no pattern is discernible to the perpetrator’s approach

John Oliver has sewage plant named after him

‘At the end of this awful, awful year,' Oliver said, ‘what could be more important than evidence that, if we want to, we can come together, overcome our differences and sort our sh*t out’

Air pollution killed 500k newborns in 2019: global study

Air pollution killed 476,000 newborns in 2019, with the biggest hotspots in India and Sub-Saharan Africa, according to a new global study which said that nearly two-thirds of the deaths came from noxious fumes from cooking fuels.

Study: COVID speeds up human vs machine standoff over work

As automation and online work gain ground, organizers of the annual Davos forum are projecting employers will split work equally between machines and people by 2025, with the coronavirus pandemic accelerating changes in the labor market.

A taste for travel? Finnair to sell plane food in shops

Finnish carrier Finnair will start selling business class airplane food in supermarkets in a move to keep its catering staff employed and to offer a taste of the airline experience to those missing flying in the COVID-19 times.