The First Metal Card in Lebanon from Credit Libanais
Jun20

The First Metal Card in Lebanon from Credit Libanais

In line with the bank’s new strategy for the coming 5 years that concentrates on customer personalization and improving customer experience, Credit Libanais announced the launch of “The metallic”. This exclusive metal card is the first of its kind in Lebanon. It targets ultra-high net worth customers and offers elite clientele privileges and services that cater to their lifestyles. This card is offered by invitation only. Its name is...

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Russian Navy gets new weapon to induce ‘hallucinations’ and ‘blind’ the enemy
Feb26

Russian Navy gets new weapon to induce ‘hallucinations’ and ‘blind’ the enemy

A new weapon installed on Russian warships can make enemy soldiers miss targets by blinding them, while also causing hallucinations and making them want to vomit. Two Russian frigates were fitted with the new non-lethal dazzler-type weapon, the 5P-42 Filin (eagle-owl), the manufacturer’s representative told RIA Novosti. The weapon is designed to temporarily blind the enemy. It creates a strobe-like effect that disrupts eyesight,...

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Crisis in Venezuela ‘fueled’ from outside, those responsible not interested in talks – Turkish FM
Feb26

Crisis in Venezuela ‘fueled’ from outside, those responsible not interested in talks – Turkish FM

Ankara has warned that the states refusing meaningful dialogue with the legitimate authorities of Venezuela only ‘help’ to plunge the country into more chaos and uncertainty, rather than contribute to resolving the problem. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu cautioned that “there is a spark that can turn into a fire at any moment.” A crisis like that should be defused “through dialogue,” and Venezuelan authorities have...

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Global outages boost oil prices
Feb26

Global outages boost oil prices

Oil prices are on track for strong gains this week, and the price increases are not only the result of the crisis in Venezuela. The oil market received a boost from the US Federal Reserve this week, which signaled on Wednesday that it would essentially suspend its plans to hike interest rates this year. Fed chairman Jerome Powell said that economic growth remained “solid” but that the central bank had “the luxury of patience” when...

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Putin says he DID talk with Trump despite last-minute Elysee seating change
Nov12

Putin says he DID talk with Trump despite last-minute Elysee seating change

A last-minute seating change did not prevent Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump from exchanging words at the Elysee Palace lunch, the Russian president told reporters. The French hosts earlier objected to their meeting in Paris. When asked if he had a chance to talk to Trump, Putin responded “Yes,” adding that the chat was “good.” This is despite Putin’s spokesman saying earlier that the presidents didn’t have time to talk at the table...

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