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Morocco set to legalise cannabis production for medical use

Morocco plans to allow the farming, export and domestic sale of cannabis for medical and industrial use, the government said Thursday, a move it hopes will help impoverished farmers in the Rif mountains amid a growing legal global market for the drug.

BDL: Banks must meet capital hike deadline 

The Central Bank said Thursday that the February 28 deadline for all banks to increase their capitals and repatriate 3 percent of the liquidity from correspondent banks will not be extended.

BDL: Banks must meet capital hike deadline 

The Central Bank said Thursday that the February 28 deadline for all banks to increase their capitals and repatriate 3 percent of the liquidity from correspondent banks will not be extended.

How rich is Saudi Arabia?

The kingdom is working on creating a consolidated balance sheet of its assets and liabilities which will include items currently kept off the oil-rich economy's books, including the investments and debts of its powerful sovereign wealth fund.

Man City cruise past Gladbach in Champions League

Premier League leaders Manchester City closed in on the Champions League quarterfinals after cruising past Borussia Moenchengladbach witha comfortable 2-0 win in Wednesday's Champions League last 16, first leg tie in Budapest.

Man City cruise past Gladbach in Champions League

Premier League leaders Manchester City closed in on the Champions League quarterfinals after cruising past Borussia Moenchengladbach witha comfortable 2-0 win in Wednesday's Champions League last 16, first leg tie in Budapest.

Djokovic on cloud nine in Australia after Medvedev mauling

A tournament that had to contend with many uncertainties due to the COVID-19 pandemic, climaxed with Novak Djokovic remaining an unbreakable force as he thrashed Daniil Medvedev to claim a record-extending ninth Australian Open title Sunday.

Tiger Woods out of surgery on leg after car crash

Golfer Tiger Woods underwent a "long surgical procedure on his lower right leg and ankle" at a Southern California hospital on Tuesday after suffering multiple leg injuries in a single-car rollover crash.

UK artist hopes to spark a humanitarian movement

‘I don’t want this to be a one-off thing,’ the artist said. ‘I want to … put the internet in all the poorest communities of the world. Then we can bring education in, and give [children] a real education ... and where are they going to put that? Back into their community.’

UK artist hopes to spark a humanitarian movement

‘I don’t want this to be a one-off thing,’ the artist said. ‘I want to … put the internet in all the poorest communities of the world. Then we can bring education in, and give [children] a real education ... and where are they going to put that? Back into their community.’

In ‘The Father,’ the disorientation of dementia

Every time Anthony leaves a room, he re-enters to find the light has shifted, the furniture rearranged. Sometimes even the people are different. In staging and perspective, “The Father” mimics the disorientation of dementia

Beat poet ally Lawrence Ferlinghetti dies at 101

Few poets of the past 60 years were so well known, or so influential. His books sold more than 1 million copies worldwide, a fantasy for virtually any of his peers, and he ran one of the world’s most famous and distinctive bookstores, City Lights. Although he never considered himself one of the Beats, he was a patron and soul mate and, for many, a lasting symbol – preaching a nobler and more ecstatic American dream

Around the globe, virus cancels spring travel for millions

They are the annual journeys of late winter and early spring: Factory workers in China heading home for the Lunar New Year; American college students going on road trips and hitting the beach over spring break; Germans and Britons fleeing drab skies for some Mediterranean sun over Easter.

Dogs came to N. America with earliest humans: study

Scientists said Wednesday they had discovered the oldest remains of a domestic dog in the Americas dating back more than 10,000 years, suggesting the animals accompanied the first waves of human settlers.