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No more kidney dialysis? Hospitals issue warning

Hospitals in Lebanon warned Thursday they may be forced to suspend kidney dialysis next week amid severe shortages in supplies, the latest in Lebanon’s accelerating crises and collapsing health sector.

No more kidney dialysis? Hospitals issue warning

Hospitals in Lebanon warned Thursday they may be forced to suspend kidney dialysis next week amid severe shortages in supplies, the latest in Lebanon’s accelerating crises and collapsing health sector.

Djokovic beats Nadal in French Open classic

Novak Djokovic came from a set down in a spellbinding French Open semifinal to inflict only a third ever defeat on the Parisian clay for Rafa Nadal, moving through 3-6 6-3 7-6(4) 6-2 in front of raucous crowd Friday.

Perez wins Azerbaijan GP after Verstappen crashes

Mexican Sergio Perez won a dramatic Azerbaijan Grand Prix for Red Bull Sunday after a tire blowout denied championship-leading team mate Max Verstappen certain victory and Lewis Hamilton failed to score.

Re-phrasing Jobim’s Girl for today’s Rio

Anitta’s ‘Girl from Rio’s is the latest twist on the placid Bossa Nova tune that, more than a half-century after its creation by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes, still isn’t played out

‘A special Cannes’ unveils its 2021 lineup

‘Cinema is not dead. The extraordinary and triumphant return of the audience to movie theaters in France and around the world was the first good news,’ said the artistic director. ‘I hope the film festival will be the second very good news.’

Much-loved children’s author Eric Carle dies at 91

Under the Nazis, modern, expressionistic and abstract art was banned and only realistic and naturalistic art was permitted. When Carle was 12 or 13, a high school art teacher would change his life by inviting him to his home, where he secretly showed his expressionist art, including Franz Marc’s ‘Blue Horse’

The music stops at Beirut's fabled nightclubs

At some of Beirut's most popular nightclubs, where the Middle East's jet set would gather and dance into the early hours, the music has stopped and disco balls are gathering dust above abandoned dance floors and gutted buildings.

The music stops at Beirut's fabled nightclubs

At some of Beirut's most popular nightclubs, where the Middle East's jet set would gather and dance into the early hours, the music has stopped and disco balls are gathering dust above abandoned dance floors and gutted buildings.