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Emir visits Metro station project

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani yesterday morning paid an...

Emir visits Al Qassar Metro Station project

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani paid an inspection visit...

Msheireb Properties hosts National Sport Day activities

Msheireb Properties, a subsidiary of Qatar Foundation, hosted several...


Video Home holds annual games

Video Home & Jumbo Electronics, now in their 36th Year of operations...


National Day greetings sent to Iranian president

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, HH the Deputy Emir...

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Iran seeks tourism millions

Long seen as a destination strewn with shortcomings, Iran is making a...


70 injured as Egypt train derails

At least 70 people were injured in Egypt yesterday when a passenger...


Close ties

HE the Minister of State for Defence Affairs, Dr Khalid bin Mohamed...


Harried by the police, Egypt’s Brotherhood torn by divisions

On the night of August 13, 2013, Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Gehad...

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Labour leaders slam Duterte for comments

Presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte is in danger of losing the support of workers and labour unions in the country after he threatened to kill members of the Kilusang Mayo Uno, if they do not stop organising labour unions.


Poe hits back at Binay for belittling abilities of teachers

Independent presidential candidate Senator Grace Poe shot back at Vice President Jejomar Binay for belittling the ability of the teachers like her to run for president.


Hundreds join mass weddings

Hundreds of Filipino couples took part in mass weddings yesterday to formalise their relationships two days ahead of Valentine’s Day.

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Renault net profit surges nearly 50% to $3.3bn in 2015

Renault said yesterday net profit for 2015 was up nearly 50% to €2.96bn ($3.3bn) despite a hit from its Russian subsidiary which Renault said it may recapitalise and take over to save it from collapse.


Russia deficit goal in doubt as oil jolts budget: Moody’s

Russia’s deficit goal is in jeopardy this year after crude resumed its selloff, leaving the government few options to stabilise public finances, according to Moody’s Investors Service.


Deutsche Bank to buy back more than $5bn in bonds

Deutsche Bank will buy back more than $5bn in senior debt, it said in a statement yesterday, sending its shares higher.


Insurance industry becomes latest casualty of oil slump

The insurance industry is becoming the latest casualty of the oil price slump, with postponements and cancellations of energy projects forcing down premium rates and income in a market that was already crowded.


Asia’s rich urged to buy yen as BoJ negative rates backfire

Money managers for Asia’s wealthy families are favouring the yen as it benefits from the turmoil in global financial markets.


Oil dividend fails to emerge for rupee routed by turmoil

If there’s one currency that underscores the distortions playing out in global markets in 2016, it’s the Indian rupee.


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