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Crises leave LGBTQ community with no safe place

The combined effects of Lebanon's economic meltdown, last year's Beirut port blast and Covid-19 lockdowns have left the LGBTQ community more vulnerable than ever, warned a report published Thursday.

Crises leave LGBTQ community with no safe place

The combined effects of Lebanon's economic meltdown, last year's Beirut port blast and Covid-19 lockdowns have left the LGBTQ community more vulnerable than ever, warned a report published Thursday.

Agreement in principle reached over Suez Canal ship dispute

The owners and insurers of a giant cargo ship that blocked the Suez Canal in March have reached agreement in principle in a compensation dispute with the canal authority, their representative and the canal's chairman said on Wednesday.

UEFA scraps away goals rule in all club competitions

European soccer's governing body UEFA said on Thursday it had approved a proposal to remove the away goals rule from all its club competitions involving men's, women's and youth teams, beginning with the qualifying phase of the 2021-22 campaign.

UEFA scraps away goals rule in all club competitions

European soccer's governing body UEFA said on Thursday it had approved a proposal to remove the away goals rule from all its club competitions involving men's, women's and youth teams, beginning with the qualifying phase of the 2021-22 campaign.

Bronzes prompt German reckoning with colonialism

The Ethnological Museum in Berlin has 530 historical objects from the ancient kingdom, including 440 bronzes – considered the most important collection outside London’s British Museum. Conversations are ongoing about the details of returning the artworks and whether Berlin may still keep some

Bronzes prompt German reckoning with colonialism

The Ethnological Museum in Berlin has 530 historical objects from the ancient kingdom, including 440 bronzes – considered the most important collection outside London’s British Museum. Conversations are ongoing about the details of returning the artworks and whether Berlin may still keep some

London orchestra’s France gig defies Covid, Brexit

A big part of the problem at the London Symphony Orchestra, said its music director Simon Rattle, is the lack of government support for musicians in Britain. The LSO’s members are not on a salary. They are paid only when they play

UK to regulate streaming giants, sell Channel 4

The government also revealed Wednesday it intends to sell Channel 4, a publicly-owned but commercially-funded television broadcaster that draws 90 percent of its income from advertising. Critics claim the decision is politically motivated. In 2019, Channel 4’s head of news and current affairs Dorothy Byrne branded Prime Minister Boris Johnson a ‘liar’ and a ‘coward’

Jordan battles to save rare tiny Dead Sea carp

Fifa Nature Reserve, Jordan, June 18, 2021 (AFP) - Jordan is racing against time to save a tiny rare fish from extinction as falling water levels partly triggered by global warming threaten to dry up its last habitat.