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Kazakhstan’s I-Day celebrated

The Cultural Village Foundation (Katara), in co-operation with the...

‘Winter Musical Roaming’ at Pearl-Qatar

The ‘Winter Musical Roaming 2016’ continued at The Pearl-Qatar...

Iraqi artist honoured at QCUK-sponsored awards ceremony

Qatar Charity UK (QCUK) was a title sponsor of Arab Women of the Year...


Emir meets UN chief

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani met yesterday afternoon...


Al-Muraikhi made UN humanitarian envoy

Qatar stresses commitment to humanitarian response efforts...

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Six policemen killed in Cairo bomb attack

A bombing killed six policemen at a checkpoint in Cairo yesterday,...


IS looks to regroup in Libya after losing Sirte

Islamic State has lost senior figures in an unsuccessful seven-month...

IS oil tankers

Air strike destroys 168 IS oil trucks in Syria

A US-led coalition air strike destroyed a fleet of 168 oil tankers...

Forces loyal to syria's President Bashar al-Assad walk past damaged buildings in a government held a

IS kills 15 Syria regime fighters near Palmyra

Islamic State group jihadists killed 15 Syrian soldiers and allied...

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People celebrating the impeachment of South Korean President

South Koreans celebrate Park impeachment, but anxiety also

Tens of thousands celebrated the impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-Hye at a rally in Seoul on Saturday, but amid the euphoria there was lingering anger, and anxiety at the prospect of an extended period of political uncertainty.

Cargo train explosion in Bulgaria

Four people killed in a cargo train explosion in Bulgaria

Four people were killed and another 25 were injured after a cargo train derailed and exploded in the northeastern Bulgarian village of Hitrino, demolishing at least 20 buildings, police said on Saturday.

Indian rescue workers dig through the rubble of a collapsed building in Hyderabad

Building collapse in India kills nine: police

Nine people died after an under-construction building collapsed in southern India but a four-year-old boy and his mother were pulled alive from the rubble, police said Saturday.

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Saudi orders oil delivery cuts to US and Europe before non-Opec talks

Opec to meet non-Opec countries in Vienna in today; Russia signals deal still faces challenges; Saudi maintains high oil exports to Asia


Europe stocks squeeze out gains; Milan falls

Global stock markets eked out further gains yesterday after a strong week, but Milan equities were held back by more bad news for the world’s oldest bank, Monte dei Paschi.


Saudi, Iraq to supply full contracted Asia volumes

Saudi Arabia and Iraq are set to supply full contracted volumes of crude to several Asian refiners in January, despite commitments to cut output under a deal signed last week by members of Opec, refinery sources said yesterday.


‘Tag Heuer bucks downturn, expands in China’

Tag Heuer’s renaissance is far from over, its chief executive told Reuters, adding the high-end watch brand still had room to expand in China and other markets after some of the strongest sales growth in the industry this year.


Higher US stocks expected next year by most in poll

A majority of American adults - 54% - are bullish on the US stock market for 2017 and almost four in 10 say they anticipate being in a better financial situation during the upcoming year than they are now.


UK watchdog set to crack down on crowdfunding

FCA proposals for new rules to be considered in Q1 2017; better “wind down” plans a key priority; industry says better enforcement, not new rules needed


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