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The world cannot afford a collapse of order in this Middle East kingdom.
PARIS (Reuters) - French container shipping group CMA CGM is pursuing a plan to rebuild Beirut's port within three years, despite political deadlock in Lebanon that has prevented decisions on the port since a blast last August, a company executive said.
PARIS/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - France and the European Union are putting together proposals that could see asset freezes and travel bans imposed on Lebanese politicians to push them finally to agree on a government to rescue their country from economic collapse.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Palestinian refugees on Thursday welcomed the U.S. announcement that it will renew humanitarian aid, marking a break with the Trump era.
WASHINGTON/JERUSALEM (Reuters) -The Biden administration announced on Wednesday it would provide $235 million in U.S. aid to the Palestinians, restarting funding for the United Nations agency supporting refugees and restoring other assistance cut off by then-President Donald Trump.
(Reuters) - Iran and the United States have begun indirect talks meant to bring both countries back into full compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal that Washington abandoned three years ago.
In a break from social media mud-slinging and Lebanon’s perennially polarised debates, audio app Clubhouse is hosting a new kind of conversation in the crisis-hit country.
From a brand new facility in Dubai, young gamers are hosting virtual regional eSports competitions sponsored by global brands as they shoot to become major players in the multi-billion-dollar industry.
(Reuters) -Jordan's neighbours and allies reacted with statements of support after the Jordanian military said on Saturday that King Abdullah's half-brother and former Crown Prince Hamza bin Hussein had been told to halt actions used to target the country's "security and stability".
AMMAN (Reuters) - Jordan's military has told King Abdullah's half-brother Prince Hamza bin Hussein to halt actions targeting "security and stability" in what people familiar with the matter said could be related to a plot to destabilise the country.