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Pompeo regrets Lebanon’s absence in Warsaw 

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said he regretted Lebanon’s absence from an Iran-focused summit held in Warsaw earlier this week, especially given that Iran is “in Lebanon under the guise of Hezbollah.”

Pompeo regrets Lebanon’s absence in Warsaw 

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said he regretted Lebanon’s absence from an Iran-focused summit held in Warsaw earlier this week, especially given that Iran is “in Lebanon under the guise of Hezbollah.”

Saudi crown prince delays visit to Pakistan by a day

Pakistani officials said Saturday a visit by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman to Islamabad has been delayed by a day, a sudden announcement that surprised many Pakistanis, who were preparing to welcome the Saudi delegation amid extraordinary security in the capital.

South Africa arrests former envoy over MTN scandal

South African police arrested a former ambassador to Iran on corruption charges related to the award of a mobile-phone license to MTN Group Ltd. after it was initially given to Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri.

Wall Street titans differ on Brexit predictions

As the United Kingdom’s Brexit crisis deepens, two of the titans of Wall Street have starkly different views of the ultimate outcome: Goldman Sachs sees a 50-percent probability of a ratified deal while JPMorgan sees a delay.

Tall nets brace as Ansar hammer Zgharta 

Ansar’s superb form showed no signs of slowing as they ushered in the newly refurbished Beirut Municipal Stadium with a thumping 4-0 win over Salam Zgharta in the Lebanese Premier League Friday.

Tall nets brace as Ansar hammer Zgharta 

Ansar’s superb form showed no signs of slowing as they ushered in the newly refurbished Beirut Municipal Stadium with a thumping 4-0 win over Salam Zgharta in the Lebanese Premier League Friday.

Kvitova tells court of knife attack

Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova told a Czech court Tuesday how she grabbed the blade of an attacker’s knife and forced it away from her neck, leaving blood everywhere, during an attack at her home in December 2016.

Govt backs Semenya on IAAF gender rules

The South African government Friday threw its weight behind Olympic 800 meters champion Caster Semenya ahead of next week’s landmark hearing on proposed rules that aim to restrict testosterone levels in female athletes.

Ferrari unveil new Formula One car for new era

Ferrari turned a page on their recent past Friday as they unveiled the Formula One car designed to end an era of Mercedes domination and shatter Lewis Hamilton’s dreams of a sixth championship this season.

Clooney, Pitt, stars protest Oscars changes

George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Robert de Niro Thursday joined a growing protest in Hollywood over plans by Oscars organizers to some awards during commercial breaks at next week’s Academy Awards ceremony.

Clooney, Pitt, stars protest Oscars changes

George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Robert de Niro Thursday joined a growing protest in Hollywood over plans by Oscars organizers to some awards during commercial breaks at next week’s Academy Awards ceremony.

Fashion world descends on London for fashion week shows

London is taking its turn in the style spotlight with the opening of London Fashion Week, an extravaganza that will feature up-and-coming young designers along with big names like Victoria Beckham, Vivienne Westwood and Burberry.

Fashion world descends on London for fashion week shows

London is taking its turn in the style spotlight with the opening of London Fashion Week, an extravaganza that will feature up-and-coming young designers along with big names like Victoria Beckham, Vivienne Westwood and Burberry.

California’s marijuana tourism gets smoking

When California legalized recreational marijuana use in 2016, Gene Grozovskiy decided he would show tourists the big change behind the scenes. Now he’s seeing some green, thanks to strong interest in all that grass in Los Angeles, considered the world’s largest pot market where the air routinely smells of weed.

Condors, kings of the Andes, under threat

By all accounts, Dasan and Illika should have died of poisoning. But they are back on their feet, poking their beaks through the bars of their cages, impatient to return to the skies over Colombia, which have been transformed into hostile territory for the so-called king of the Andes - the condor.