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The Rear Seat Experience of the New S-Class

Since the boss sits in the rear, the back seats of the new S-Class let you enjoy the same infotainment and comfort features as...

SEL feat. Soliaris – Skrendu

Sel is a quartet of Lithuanian performers. They are well known for their numerous chart-topping singles and albums in the Baltic countries. The group's head is Egidijus Dragunas. The group also contains a DJ, a back-vocalist and songwriter and a non-electronic instrument player. The group's style has changed throughout the years - the first albums created by Sel are usually categorized as Hip-Hop and rock works. With their later albums, Sel turned to a more Acid-House/R&B style, but still remained loyal to their original fast-paced rap vocals and light crunk. The group has worked with many European artists and created over thirty songs that have ranked high on the top 40 Hottest Lithuanian Songs List.

Palestinians and Israeli police clash at Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa mosque hours after...

Israeli police fired stun grenades towards Palestinians who threw rocks and petrol bombs at officers outside Jerusalem's flashpoint al-Aqsa mosque on Friday, hours after Israel...

10 Years of Sleeping on the Streets, a Man With Black...

A man with shocking appearance was caught on a subway. Not only his face, but also his neck and hands were all covered with black thing. In fact, he was reported missing 10 years ago. What is going on here..?

Lebanon: Emigration on the rise…

Samar's husband Bilal used to earn 750,000 Lira a month as a lorry driver, around 500 USD dollars. But three months ago his salary was cut to 600,000 after his company started to struggle thanks to an economic downturn that's hit Lebanon fast and hard. Their rent is 500,000 a month and the schooling for their 10-year-old triplets Moustapha, Fatme and Abbas, two of whom have special needs, costs 200,000. The numbers simply don't add up.

Lebanon in crisis | DW Documentary

The political and economic crisis in Lebanon started long before the devastating explosion on August 4, 2020. But since then, the country has been in freefall. Young people in particular are asking whether they have a future there at all.