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Streets 658, 656, 654, and 660 of the...

Schools find ways to ease students’ burden of carrying heavy bags

A number of schools in Doha are trying to come up with measures to...

Footwear brand Dune Men’s 2016 autumn/winter collection unveiled

Footwear brand Dune Men’s has brought together a collection for...

Tamuq welcomes largest freshman class in four years

Texas A&M University at Qatar (Tamuq) welcomed its largest freshman...


QC holds camp for sponsored students in Mogadishu University

Qatar Charity (QC) has organised a summer camp week for Mogadishu...


Georgetown varsity master’s degree for GCC professionals launched

Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies has announced a...

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Thamer al-Sabhan

Iraq asks Saudi Arabia to replace Saudi ambassador

Iraq's foreign ministry has asked Saudi Arabia to replace its...

Syria air strike

Turkish army pounds north Syria, monitor says 35 civilians killed

A group monitoring the Syrian war said Turkish air strikes and...


In Egypt, ecstatic pilgrims start journey to Makkah

Pilgrims have been saying their farewells at Cairo airport before...

Syrian rescue workers search for victims through the rubble of a building destroyed during a reporte

Barrel bombs kill at least 15 civilians in Syria's Aleppo

At least 15 civilians were killed in a barrel bomb attack on a...

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Merkel urges Turks not to bring conflicts to Germany

Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday urged people of Turkish origin living in Germany to take part in German society and not to bring conflicts taking place back in Turkey to Germany.

Air France

'Mouse' grounds Air France flight to Paris

A small rodent, probably a mouse, caused the grounding of an Air France flight from Bamako to Paris, the firm said on Sunday.


Pilots arrested in Glasgow for alleged drinking before US flight

Two pilots were arrested in Scotland on suspicion of being under the influence of alcohol as they prepared to fly a passenger plane to the United States, police said on Sunday.

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Tokyo market giant reveals its investment secrets

Companies across Japan have a new name in their top 10 shareholder lists: the world’s largest pension fund.


Junk bond veterans in Asia warn record rally at risk of failing

Fund managers who have watched Asia’s junk bond market more than quadruple in size the past decade are warning there’s plenty to lose and little to gain from buying into a record rally.


Sinopec profit slips as oil crash drags down gains

China Petroleum & Chemical Corp (Sinopec), the world’s biggest oil refiner, posted a 22% decline in profit for the first half of the year as oil’s collapse overpowered the boost from cheaper crude used to make fuels and chemicals.


Saudi is seen undeterred by a Fed ‘rate hike’ to sell bond

Saudi Arabia will probably push ahead with the sale of at least $10bn of bonds even if the US raises interest rates next month.....


Digging into risks in China’s growing mountain of debt

Some prominent investors are worried about China’s debt. George Soros sees an “eerie resemblance” between conditions in China now and those in the US leading up to the financial crisis in 2008.


Qatar share index inches near 11,200 mark

Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday opened the week on a stronger note and its key index inched near the 11,200 mark, mainly lifted by banking and industrials segments.


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