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STL defense accuses witness of collusion 

The Special Tribunal for Lebanon Thursday heard the conclusion of testimony from Saadeddine El Ajouz, the owner of the Lebanese telecommunications distributor Power Group.

STL defense accuses witness of collusion 

The Special Tribunal for Lebanon Thursday heard the conclusion of testimony from Saadeddine El Ajouz, the owner of the Lebanese telecommunications distributor Power Group.

Conventional oil complements renewable energy en 

Oil and gas exploration in Lebanon will not have a negative impact on renewable energy but on the contrary it will contribute to its development, said Pierre Khoury director of the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation.

Conventional oil complements renewable energy en 

Oil and gas exploration in Lebanon will not have a negative impact on renewable energy but on the contrary it will contribute to its development, said Pierre Khoury director of the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation.

Wales closer to first finals since 1958

Gareth Bale’s late header gave Wales a 1-0 win over Cyprus in their Euro 2016 Group B qualifier Thursday and kept them on course for their first major finals since 1958.

Wales closer to first finals since 1958

Gareth Bale’s late header gave Wales a 1-0 win over Cyprus in their Euro 2016 Group B qualifier Thursday and kept them on course for their first major finals since 1958.

Mayweather set to hang up gloves as The Best Ever

Floyd Mayweather Jr. plans to go out unbeaten and on his own terms, as “The Best Ever,” when he ends his boxing career in Las Vegas next week with his welterweight title defense against fellow American Andre Berto.

Hamilton to pick up speed at super-fast Monza

New father Nico Rosberg has plenty to be happy about right now but Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton intends to be smiling just as much after this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix.

More drama at Sagesse as president resigns 

Sagesse’s status as a top-flight team is once again mired in uncertainty after the current funding group led by businessman Georges Chalhoub decided to quit the club, resulting in the resignation of President Nadim Hakim.

No Escape is taut but deeply troubled

Not since Saigon in the 1970s has an American operation in Southeast Asia been as ill-conceived as “No Escape,” a taut, well-made and entirely dubious thriller.

Iran bars Barenboim because of Israeli citizenship

Iran has barred famed conductor Daniel Barenboim from entering the Islamic republic because of his Israeli citizenship, denting plans he had for a performance in Tehran, a news agency reported Sunday.

India’s sexpert still telling it straight at 91

A 91-year-old Indian “sexpert” whose popular tabloid column has drawn both fans and critics with its straight-talking approach provides a lifeline to readers in what remains a conservative society bereft of proper sex education.

India’s sexpert still telling it straight at 91

A 91-year-old Indian “sexpert” whose popular tabloid column has drawn both fans and critics with its straight-talking approach provides a lifeline to readers in what remains a conservative society bereft of proper sex education.

New Hampshire Flume Gorge hunk of geological past

At the Flume Gorge in the heart of New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest, vertical walls of darkened Conway granite stretch nine stories skyward and 245 meters toward the base of Mount Liberty.

Mazda2: Old-school fun, modern to the core 

I admit that I have a habit of fixating on the finer aspects of cars that I test-drive while pointing out shortcomings as an aside, but in fact whatever those flaws are, they come in quite handy when I have to actually return the vehicles.