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“Hela, hela, hela, ho – Where’s the money, oh Fadlo?” Angry students at the American University of Beirut (AUB), where I served on the faculty for 11 years, have long wanted to know about its controversial president Fadlo Khuri. In April, the AUB administration announced that it would charge a substantial portion of tuition fees …

LONDON — European markets fell slightly on Tuesday, tracking global risk aversion sentiment as investors assess whether last month’s rally has yet to continue. The pan-European Stoxx 600 tentatively closed 0.2% lower, with financial services stocks shedding 1.7% to lead the losses as most sectors and major exchanges slipped into negative territory. Oil and gas …

In Depth: After being returned to Lebanon without being allowed to seek asylum, two Syrian refugees are suing the Cypriot government over its pushback policy and hope their case will help end the deadly practice. When Ahmad* and Hussein* saw the Cyprus Coast Guard, they thought their perilous journey was over. In the fall of …