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March 14 youth organizations organized a number of sit-ins in support of the presidency Monday across universities in Lebanon, from Ashrafieh to Sidon. The events ranged from holding a 10-minute sit-in to boycotting classes for a day. Anyone who
It was a harsh criticism of the measures that have been taken. Chatzimarkakis says there have been discussions from Germany about a continuation of the rescue package for Greece after the upcoming European elections. This is the point I want to make:
Iraqi Transport Minister Hadi al-Amiri arrives in Beirut to address the recent incident in which a Middle East Airlines plane was forced to return to the Lebanese capital midflight to collect his son. Hundreds of activists marking International Women'
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A crowded and impassioned meeting of American University of Beirut students campaigning to scrap a proposed tuition hike ended Tuesday evening with a vague decision to strike for one day next week, although divisions over future actions continued to
Greece (AP) Police in northern Greece say a 57-year-old neurologist has been arrested for inciting racial hatred and weapons possession. The doctor, who has not been named, has acknowledged he is a member of the extreme right Golden Dawn party.
Hundreds of students at the American University of Beirut turned out Thursday to protest a planned tuition hike scheduled to take effect next year. Our wallets strip for AUB read one sign in a tongue-in-cheek reference to the recent viral campaign to
The Jewish community of Thessaloniki in Greece on Tuesday said it had sued Germany at the European Court of Human Rights, demanding compensation for a forced ransom paid to Nazi occupation forces. The announcement comes ahead of a scheduled visit to
Greece (AP) Greece's biggest Jewish community has taken Germany to Europe's top human rights court, seeking the return of a huge ransom paid to Nazi occupiers to free thousands of slave laborers more than 70 years ago. The Jewish Community of
Greece (AP) A bus driver who prevented two Africans from boarding his vehicle in Greece's second largest city has been convicted of racism, fined 1,000 euros ($1,400) and given a suspended prison sentence. A court in the northern city of Thessaloniki