My News

qatar flag

The Cabinet has approved a draft decree...

Ministry to mark Teachers’ Day

QATAR | Education...

Beijing expo showcases QM collection

The internationally-acclaimed exhibition Pearls, Treasures from the...

Saudi National Day

A host of dignitaries including HE the Minister of Economy and...


DFI’s acclaimed films picked for Ajyal youth festival

Doha Film Institute (DFI) has announced its first line-up of six...


Peace talks with govt will go ahead: Communist leaders

Leaders of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) assured...

My News


New Jordanian govt sworn in

Jordan’s King Abdullah swore in a new government headed by Hani Mulki...


$300mn World Bank loan for Syrian refugees

The World Bank has announced that it will release $300mn in loans to...

CIA Director John Brennan

CIA opposes bill allowing 9/11 suits against Saudi

CIA Director John Brennan said on Wednesday that legislation to allow...

Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag told NTV television that 70,000 people had been investigated after the

Turkey jails 32,000 in coup probe as mass trials loom

Turkey said Wednesday that courts have placed 32,000 suspects under...

My News


China envoy says sun rises ‘beautifully’ on Philippine ties

Relations between China and the Philippines are improving “beautifully” under President Rodrigo Duterte, Beijing’s envoy has said as Duterte warms to China and Russia following US criticism of his bloody war on crime.


30,000 refugees in Greece to be moved by 2017-end

The EU said yesterday it hoped to relocate 30,000 refugees from Greece by the end of next year, insisting it was making “significant progress” on tackling the migrant crisis.


Jail brawl wounds inmates set to testify against Duterte rival

A riot broke out at a Philippine prison yesterday, killing one inmate and wounding three, all of whom had been expected to testify at a congressional inquiry on alleged criminal activity by the president’s biggest critic.

My News


QNB participates in Sibos conference in Geneva

QNB is a major participant at the ‘The Sibos 2016’ Conference, which concludes in Geneva today.


Qatar among top countries in global competitiveness list

Qatar has been ranked 18th out of 138 countries as globally competitive by World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2016-17 mainly on account of robust competitiveness in its macroeconomic framework.


‘US LNG exports to Europe no match for Qatar supplies’

With the delivery on Tuesday of 27, 500m3 of the shale product ethane from the US to Scotland’s Grangemouth crude oil refinery, there has been a lot of comment in the UK media about the role of overseas gas suppliers to the UK.


Goic concludes its training on GCC industrial regulatory laws

The Gulf Organisation for Industrial Consulting (Goic) has concluded its training course on “Common Industrial Regulatory Law in the GCC Countries” held at its headquarters in Doha.


No respite for battered Saudi stocks as IPO pipeline shrinks

Add this to the reasons why 2016 isn’t the year for Saudi stocks: the IPO pipeline is drying up.


Turkey to draw lessons from Moody’s cuts; reforms underway

Turkey will draw lessons from its credit downgrade to “junk” by Moody’s but is already tackling some of the challenges highlighted by the agency, including structural reform and improving the quality of its institutions, Finance Minister Naci Agbal told Reuters.


  • Shrouq

    05:25 AM
  • FAJR


  • Shruq


  • Duhr


  • Asr


  • Maghrb


  • Isha


From To


Has the conversion of roundabouts into signalled intersections and other road works helped improve traffic flow after the summer holidays?


Sign up to receive newsletter via e-mail