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Motorists feel ‘humiliation’ at long gasoline queues 

Long queues of cars at gas stations prevailed Wednesday across Lebanon as a shortage of fuel supplies alongside threats of subsidy withdrawal surged demand, while the Head of the Fuel Distributors Syndicate called for citizens to remain calm.

Motorists feel ‘humiliation’ at long gasoline queues 

Long queues of cars at gas stations prevailed Wednesday across Lebanon as a shortage of fuel supplies alongside threats of subsidy withdrawal surged demand, while the Head of the Fuel Distributors Syndicate called for citizens to remain calm.

For Muslims in America, Eid al-Fitr comes as pandemic eases

For Qassim Abdullah, this year’s Islamic holiday of Eid al-Fitr marked a bit of a milestone: Now fully vaccinated, the 66-year-old finally felt comfortable enough to return to his mosque for the Eid prayer today, his first time back since the start of the pandemic.

Israel looks to back-up airport as flight cancellations mount

British Airways , Virgin Atlantic, Lufthansa and Iberia all cancelled flights to Tel Aviv as European carriers joined U.S. airlines in avoiding flying to Israel, which has activated a back-up airport in the far south as a precaution against rockets from Gaza.

Pound down again as political impasse drags 

The Lebanese pound fell against the dollar for the second day in a row Wednesday, trading at LL12,750 on the black market, with no end in sight to the country's political deadlock.

Pound down again as political impasse drags 

The Lebanese pound fell against the dollar for the second day in a row Wednesday, trading at LL12,750 on the black market, with no end in sight to the country's political deadlock.

Nadal stunned by Zverev in Madrid

Rafael Nadal lost 6-4, 6-4 to Germany's Alexander Zverev in the Madrid Open quarterfinals Friday, casting doubts over the Spaniard's form ahead of this month's French Open.

Dua Lipa wins British Album of the Year

Lipa dedicated one of her awards to British nurse Dame Elizabeth Anionwu, noting that she had said ‘there’s a massive disparity between gratitude and respect for frontline workers, because it’s very good to clap for them, but we need to pay them … So I think what we should do is we should all give a massive, massive round of applause and give Boris [Johnson, the British prime minister] a message that we all support a fair pay rise’

Zombies hit Las Vegas in Zack Snyder heist movie

‘There’s been a lot of crazy things that have elevated the movie in some way or other,’ Snyder said. ‘We wanted to focus on how a zombie plague would affect the disenfranchised and how the government might use something like a zombie plague to take away certain freedoms’

Forty years on, Bob Marley’s rich legacy thrives

His rich anthems of peace and struggle, hope and discontent, still reverberate globally and especially in his native Jamaica, a small nation whose rich culture its most famous son popularized on an international stage

Syrian family reunited, against the odds, in Greece

Torn apart in the deadly chaos of an air raid, a Syrian family of seven has been reunited, against the odds, three years later at a refugee shelter in Greece's second city of Thessaloniki, a centuries-old melting point of cultures overlooking the Aegean Sea.

Syrian family reunited, against the odds, in Greece

Torn apart in the deadly chaos of an air raid, a Syrian family of seven has been reunited, against the odds, three years later at a refugee shelter in Greece's second city of Thessaloniki, a centuries-old melting point of cultures overlooking the Aegean Sea.