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BEIRUT (Reuters) -Lebanon's caretaker prime minister, Hassan Diab, asked the U.N. secretary general in a letter on Friday to urgently explore ways of financing the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) in light of funding difficulties.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon is "in the heart of great danger", and needs friendly countries to save it, the caretaker prime minister, Hassan Diab, said on Wednesday.
NICOSIA (Reuters) - It may have won audiences in Europe, but Cyprus's entry for the Eurovision song contest has raised hackles at home, scandalising the faithful for paying homage to the devil.
Students at Seri Mulia Sarjana School (SMSS) receive robotics educational tools as part of a pilot project initiated by Authority for Info-communications Technology Industry of Brunei Darussalam (AITI) in support of development of coding and computational thinking.
(Reuters) - Volkswagen AG and self-driving startup Argo AI will launch international autonomous driving trials of the all-electric VW ID.BUZZ microbus this summer, the German automaker said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Paris St Germain midfielder Marco Verratti faces up to six weeks on the sidelines after sustaining a right knee injury, the Ligue 1 club said on Tuesday, casting doubt over his participation at the European Championship.
Moody’s Investors Service has changed the outlook for the global airline industry to positive from negative as it expects widespread travel to pick up in the second half of this year and accelerate through next year.
(Reuters) - Sevilla conceded a 90th-minute goal to fall to a 1-0 defeat at home to Athletic Bilbao on Monday, delivering a near fatal blow to their La Liga title hopes.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Netherlands has postponed a further easing of lockdown measures until at least May 18 as COVID-19 infections remain high and hospitals are struggling with large numbers of coronavirus patients, the government said on Saturday.
PARIS (Reuters) -France will start relaxing a nightly curfew and allow cafes, bars and restaurants to offer outside service from May 19, regional newspapers reported on Thursday, as President Emmanuel Macron charts a way out of a third COVID-19 lockdown.