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Few banks implementing BDL’s circular 

Only a handful of Lebanese banks started implementing Central Bank’s circular on the withdrawal of small deposits at LL2,600 rates against the dollar while most lenders preferred to wait for more clarification.

Few banks implementing BDL’s circular 

Only a handful of Lebanese banks started implementing Central Bank’s circular on the withdrawal of small deposits at LL2,600 rates against the dollar while most lenders preferred to wait for more clarification.

What now for tennis in 2020?

Wimbledon cancelled for the first time since World War II and no resumption of the ATP and WTA Tours until July 13 at the earliest as the coronavirus continues to cause havoc.

Shut-ins recreate masterworks in cabbage, lentils, socks

Created last week, “Izoizolyacia” -- or Art Isolation -- now has more than 300,000 members and a flurry of posts that include Edvard Munch’s “Scream,” made of slippers and clothes, and Kazimir Malevich’s “Black Square,” composed of socks hanging from a towel rack

Shut-ins recreate masterworks in cabbage, lentils, socks

Created last week, “Izoizolyacia” -- or Art Isolation -- now has more than 300,000 members and a flurry of posts that include Edvard Munch’s “Scream,” made of slippers and clothes, and Kazimir Malevich’s “Black Square,” composed of socks hanging from a towel rack

Hello ‘Trolls,’ farewell ‘Modern Family’

This week’s entertainment offerings have a decidedly familial feel to them. On the film side, “Parasite,” the Oscar’s best-picture winner, arrives on streaming this week, while “Trolls: World Tour,” which had its theatrical release quashed by the coronavirus pandemic, arrives for home rental. On television, viewers have the chance to say goodbye to the Roses of “Schitt’s Creek” and visit one last time with the “Modern Family” crew

Covid-19 claims the revered John Prine

His anti-Vietnam War hit “Your Flag Decal Won’t Get You Into Heaven Anymore” found a second coming in the early 2000s as the U.S. embarked on wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, earning Prine both standing ovations and angry hate mail. “When someone turns the country backwards,” he remarked in 2005, “they should at least expect to be called out on it.”

Tesla engineers tout ventilator prototype on YouTube

The Financial Times has reported that the devices Musk donated to some New York City hospitals were not the type of ventilators that have been in demand for use in intensive-care units. Rather, they were Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure machines, typically used to treat sleep apnea but recently approved by the FDA as an alternative in the event of a ventilator shortage