Top Stories



Featured





IMF demands answers before any assistance 

The International Monetary Fund is pushing the Lebanese government and the Central Bank to come up with clear answers concerning the capital control and discrepancy in the exchange currency rates before discussing any financial assistance, a source familiar with the talks between the two sides said Friday.

IMF demands answers before any assistance 

The International Monetary Fund is pushing the Lebanese government and the Central Bank to come up with clear answers concerning the capital control and discrepancy in the exchange currency rates before discussing any financial assistance, a source familiar with the talks between the two sides said Friday.

Sainz and Ricciardo make their moves for 2021

Spaniard Carlos Sainz will make a dream move to Ferrari next year, with Australian Daniel Ricciardo replacing him at McLaren, as Formula One's driver carousel took another big twirlThursday with the 2020 season yet to start.

Venice film fest a ‘sign of hope’ for cinema

The first post-coronavirus film festival will have to adopt new sanitary and social distancing rules. 'It will be a unique edition,' director Alberto Barbera said. 'We still don’t know exactly what we’ll be able to do, but in the meantime are selecting the films and drawing up a plan to allow everyone to participate safely.'

Cinema's Hassan Hosni dies at 88 

Born June, 1931, in the Cairo's Al Qalaa quarter, Hosni began acting in school and went on to collaborate with several generations of well known Egyptian writers, directors and actors, performing in over 400 films, theatre plays and television programs

Greece clarifies policy, to allow tourists from all nations

Greek officials said Saturday that the country will not limit arriving airline passengers next month to people coming from 29 countries but that travelers who departed from places that aren't on the initial list will be subject to mandatory testing for the coronavirus upon arrival and a quarantine period of one or two weeks.

French carmaker Renault to cut 15,000 jobs worldwide

French carmaker Renault said Friday it will cut 15,000 jobs worldwide as part of a 2 billion-euro ($2.2 billion) cost-cutting plan, as a brutal drop in industry sales during the pandemic worsened the company's pre-existing problems.