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Tech-savvy women could beat COVID-19 job blues

As COVID-19 swells the ranks of unemployed women in the Arab world, surging demand for digital skills could help many of them find work in a region where only one in four women has a job.

Salameh: BDL will not violate banking secrecy law 

Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh Thursday dismissed allegations that BDL did not cooperate with auditing firm Alvarez & Marsal, stressing that some of requirements made by the auditing team violated money and credit law as well as banking secrecy.

Salameh: BDL will not violate banking secrecy law 

Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh Thursday dismissed allegations that BDL did not cooperate with auditing firm Alvarez & Marsal, stressing that some of requirements made by the auditing team violated money and credit law as well as banking secrecy.

France economy bounces back in third quarter

Economic activity in France bounced back strongly in the third quarter following the lifting of the coronavirus lockdown, data showed on Friday, but the government still expects Europe's second biggest economy to remain deep in recession for the year as a whole.

Spurs stunned by Antwerp as Milan, Arsenal cruise to victories

Jose Mourinho said he would have liked to make 11 halftime changes after his Tottenham Hotspur side slumped to a shock 1-0 Europa League defeat at Royal Antwerp Thursday, while Serie A leaders AC Milan and Mikel Arteta's Arsenal eased to straightforward wins.

Spurs stunned by Antwerp as Milan, Arsenal cruise to victories

Jose Mourinho said he would have liked to make 11 halftime changes after his Tottenham Hotspur side slumped to a shock 1-0 Europa League defeat at Royal Antwerp Thursday, while Serie A leaders AC Milan and Mikel Arteta's Arsenal eased to straightforward wins.

Misogyny in art? Spain’s Prado pleads guilty

One of the aims of the show ‘Uninvited Guests,’ curator Carlos Navarro said, is to put the spotlight on state propaganda regarding the female figure, evident between 1833 and 1931. The artworks from this period reveal a bourgeois thinking which sought to validate the role that society attributed to women.

Misogyny in art? Spain’s Prado pleads guilty

One of the aims of the show ‘Uninvited Guests,’ curator Carlos Navarro said, is to put the spotlight on state propaganda regarding the female figure, evident between 1833 and 1931. The artworks from this period reveal a bourgeois thinking which sought to validate the role that society attributed to women.

Springsteen pens ‘Letter to You’ for his friends

The 12-track ‘Letter to You,’ Springsteen’s 20th album, has the rock star looking to the past as he sings about the ones he’s lost, including teenage bandmate George Theiss, E Street Band players Clarence Clemons and Danny Federici as well as his longtime assistant Terry Magovern

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’