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Hariri: Reviving economy top priority 

Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri sought to allay the fears of investors and the international community Thursday by assuring them the new government will seek to revitalize the Lebanese economy.

Hariri: Reviving economy top priority 

Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri sought to allay the fears of investors and the international community Thursday by assuring them the new government will seek to revitalize the Lebanese economy.

Tunisia sees tourism take off after terror fears

Holidaymakers are returning to the Tunisian seaside this summer in a marked turnaround three years since dozens of tourists were killed on one of the country’s beaches. Relaxing by the pool with a whiskey in hand, Steve was thrilled with the affordability of his 10-day break.

Germany opens Opel probe in 'dieselgate' scandal

German authorities are investigating carmaker Opel as part of an inquiry into the "dieselgate" scandal that saw major manufacturers such as Volkswagen fined billions of euros for cheating emissions tests, the transport ministry said Saturday.

Euphoria over, back to reality for Southgate's England

It could have been the greatest day of their lives but England’s World Cup squad returned home on Sunday with the euphoria that surrounded their run to the last four having dissipated and familiar, less exhilarating, challenges lying ahead.

Euphoria over, back to reality for Southgate's England

It could have been the greatest day of their lives but England’s World Cup squad returned home on Sunday with the euphoria that surrounded their run to the last four having dissipated and familiar, less exhilarating, challenges lying ahead.

Martin wins Tour de France sixth stage

Ireland’s Dan Martin, of the UAE team, capped a daring, late attack on the steep Mur de Bretagne climb to snatch victory on the sixth stage of the Tour de France Thursday.

Hamilton limits damage, Ferrari the real winners

Lewis Hamilton’s superb fightback from last to second in Sunday’s British Grand Prix cannot mask the fact Ferrari managed to land a telling blow to Mercedes and their Formula One champion. This was a race that, at least on paper, had Hamilton’s name written all over it – and should have been the race that sent the Briton back to the top of the standings.

Rahbani lights up Beiteddine Festival 

Following a two year absence from the music scene, Ziad Rahbani returned to the stage Thursday night to open the 33rd edition of Beiteddine Art Festival.

Rahbani lights up Beiteddine Festival 

Following a two year absence from the music scene, Ziad Rahbani returned to the stage Thursday night to open the 33rd edition of Beiteddine Art Festival.

Bee Gee honored with knighthood

Bee Gees singer Barry Gibb received a knighthood from Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, where he was honoured for his services to music and charity.

‘Thrones’ king of Emmy nominations

HBO’s medieval fantasy series “Game of Thrones” led nominations for the Emmy Awards Thursday that spanned satire to the supernatural, but streaming service Netflix knocked HBO off its 17-year pedestal as the network with the most nods.

Les Bleus ignite dreams in Paris’ suburbs

In a housing estate in the gritty northern Paris suburb of Bondy, young Adama Wagui shows off the stack of trophies he has accumulated during his budding football career.