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Ikea al-Futtaim launched yesterday the...

Back-to-school collection unveiled by Centrepoint

Centrepoint, the region’s largest family fashion retailer, has just...

NU-Q faculty receive grants for research

Two professors at Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q) have...

DFI Cinema partners QPO for new film series

The Doha Film Institute Cinema (DFI Cinema) will launch a new...

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Aamal Trading launches latest Bridgestone tyre

Aamal Trading and Distribution, a branch of Aamal Company and...

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FM discusses regional issues with Kerry

HE the Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman...


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Rebels backed by Turkey tanks ‘seize’ IS-held town

Turkish tanks and hundreds of opposition fighters thrust deep inside...

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Kerry in Saudi to push for peace in Yemen

US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Saudi Arabia yesterday to...

Redur Xelil, YPG spokesman

Syrian Kurdish YPG calls Turkish operation "blatant aggression"

Turkey's military intervention in Syria is a "blatant aggression in...

US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks during an event in Abuja, Nigeria.

Kerry to discuss Yemen, Syria with Gulf states

US Secretary of State John Kerry will present proposals on ending...


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Killer quake brings carnage to Italian mountain resorts

A powerful earthquake shook central Italy yesterday, leaving at least 120 people dead and a trail of destruction across several mountain villages packed with holidaymakers.

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Quake hit in Italy’s most seismically-prone regions

The deadly earthquake that struck central Italy before dawn yesterday occurred in a notorious seismic hotspot, and dangerous aftershocks are possible, scientists said.

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At least 120 people killed as quake flattens towns in Italy

An earthquake flattened towns in central Italy in the early hours yesterday, killing at least 120 people and burying some alive in their sleep, with volunteers and firefighters racing to free those trapped under mounds of rubble as darkness fell.


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Iran says it hasn’t decided on attending Opec talks in Algiers

Iran says it still hasn’t decided whether it will attend informal Opec talks in Algiers next month, two weeks after the group announced plans to meet.

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Saudi holds China market share lead on record oil production

Saudi Arabia kept its spot as China’s biggest oil supplier for the first seven months this year after pumping record output in July, ...

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Egypt panel to submit proposals to reform wheat purchases

An Egyptian parliament fact-finding committee will next week submit a final report with recommendations to improve how the government buys wheat from farmers amid allegations purchases have been inflated.

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Turkey $200bn wealth fund to finance transport projects

Turkey’s proposed national wealth fund, which could total as much as $200bn, will finance projects including airports, seaports, roads and railroads across the country, according to a government minister.

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Goldman sees possible Opec output freeze as self-defeating

Opec and some producers from outside the group may agree to freeze output during informal talks next month, which could prove “self-defeating” because it would benefit other suppliers, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc

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EM assets retreat as political unrest adds to Fed anxiety

Emerging markets fell to the lowest levels in more than two weeks as political and security concerns resurfaced in South Africa and Turkey, sapping appetite for riskier assets before a much-anticipated address by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.

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