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Telecoms employees demand job security 

In the fifth consecutive week of Lebanon’s mass protests, hundreds of employees of state-owned mobile companies Alfa and touch have protested to demand caretaker Telecommunications Minister Mohamed Choucair sign their collective work contract.

Telecoms employees demand job security 

In the fifth consecutive week of Lebanon’s mass protests, hundreds of employees of state-owned mobile companies Alfa and touch have protested to demand caretaker Telecommunications Minister Mohamed Choucair sign their collective work contract.

At Hong Kong university, a dramatic escape

Dozens of Hong Kong protesters staged a dramatic escape from a university campus sealed off by police Monday by shimmying down plastic hosing from a bridge and fleeing on waiting motorbikes as the police fired projectiles.

Airstrike on Libya biscuit factory kills seven

At least seven civilians were killed, most of them foreign workers, and 30 wounded in an airstrike Monday that hit a biscuit factory in southern Tripoli, Libya’s Health Ministry said.

Obegi proposes using gold as collateral 

The head of BEMO Bank wants to break an entrenched taboo as a means of exiting the financial crisis: Using part of Lebanon’s gold reserves as collateral to borrow money at lower interest rates.

Obegi proposes using gold as collateral 

The head of BEMO Bank wants to break an entrenched taboo as a means of exiting the financial crisis: Using part of Lebanon’s gold reserves as collateral to borrow money at lower interest rates.

Airbus scores order win in Dubai

Airbus SE secured deals valued at $30 billion from two Middle Eastern carriers on the second day of the Dubai Air Show, pulling ahead of Boeing Co., whose grounded 737 Max has stymied the U.S. company’s sales campaigns at the biennial event.

Euro recovery odds seen rising

Investors awaiting signs whether the euro is ready to stage a comeback will be closely watching next week’s regional manufacturing report.

Cedars trio in doubt for NKorea match 

Lebanon’s morale-boosting result against South Korea last week was somewhat tempered by the news that overseas triumvirate Hilal al-Helwe, Bassel Jradi and Joan Oumari were doubtful for Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier at home to North Korea.

Cedars trio in doubt for NKorea match 

Lebanon’s morale-boosting result against South Korea last week was somewhat tempered by the news that overseas triumvirate Hilal al-Helwe, Bassel Jradi and Joan Oumari were doubtful for Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier at home to North Korea.

Tsitsipas win invites caution

Stefanos Tsitsipas said he was ready for a breakthrough Grand Slam victory after winning the ATP Finals in London - but a glance at recent history invites caution.

Warriors nightmare deepens

The Golden State Warriors crumbling dynasty was dealt another jackhammer blow Wednesday when superstar Stephen Curry suffered a broken hand against the Phoenix Suns.

Patriots use trick play to edge Eagles

Nick Folk kicked three field goals and Julian Edelman executed a trick play as the New England Patriots clinched their 19th straight winning NFL season with a 17-10 victory over Philadelphia Sunday.

Show remembers the great Helen Khal 

When looking into Lebanese art history and the key players from the fabled Golden Age that impacted today’s art scene, Helen Khal’s name is unlikely to come up.

Show remembers the great Helen Khal 

When looking into Lebanese art history and the key players from the fabled Golden Age that impacted today’s art scene, Helen Khal’s name is unlikely to come up.