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Lebanon crisis cancels school for many

In a camp for Syrian refugees in east Lebanon, Mohammad and his three sisters fear they will be out of school for a third consecutive year because remote learning is out of reach.

Lebanon crisis cancels school for many

In a camp for Syrian refugees in east Lebanon, Mohammad and his three sisters fear they will be out of school for a third consecutive year because remote learning is out of reach.

Nadal overcomes blip to scythe down Djokovic in Rome final

Rafa Nadal warmed up for the French Open with a battling 7-5 1-6 6-3 win over world number one Novak Djokovic as the Spaniard claimed a record-extending 10th Italian Open title in Rome Sunday in the latest chapter of their rivalry.

Iraqis find escape on a virtual battleground

The mobile version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has become so popular in Iraq, where 60 percent of the 40-million-strong population is under 25, that the country’s youth have been dubbed the ‘PUBG generation.’

Iraqis find escape on a virtual battleground

The mobile version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has become so popular in Iraq, where 60 percent of the 40-million-strong population is under 25, that the country’s youth have been dubbed the ‘PUBG generation.’

Eurovision returns despite coronavirus pandemic

Cypriot entry Elena Tsagrinou has been in the spotlight after Orthodox Christian faithful on the Mediterranean island protested that the song made an ‘international mockery’ of the country's morals by advocating ‘surrender to the devil.’ The island first contested Eurovision in 1981 and holds the unenviable record of the most participations without a win.

Epic film restoration for 7-hour Napoleon classic

Despite initial excitement upon its release in 1927, the epic tale of Napoleon’s early years struggled to find an audience, in part due to its gargantuan length, but also because it came just as the advent of sound killed off interest in silent movies

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

A tough sell: Israel promotes tourism in Dubai amid conflict

As violence flares within Israel and on a day in which Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City killed at least 42 people Sunday, it was business as usual for a senior Israeli tourism official in Dubai as she promoted the country as a must-see destination for Muslim visitors.