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In a move to expand its international...

Qatar condemns attack in Kabul

The State of Qatar has expressed its “strong condemnation and...

QGBC workshops introduce students to sustainable ideas

Qatar Green Building Council (QGBC) has hosted a series of workshops...

HSBC donates QR50,000 for gifts for workers

A sum of QR50,000 donated by HSBC to Qatar Charity (QC) has been...


QRCS delegation promotes humanitarian law in Maldives

A delegation from Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has visited the...


Mercedes-Benz C450 AMG 4MATIC now available at NBK

Nasser Bin Khaled (NBK) Automobiles has announced that the new...

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Saudi executes four convicted of murder

Saudi authorities executed four citizens on Sunday convicted of...

A Syrian woman carries a baby inside a makeshift hospital following strikes and shelling on the rebe

4 hospitals hit by air raids in Syria's Aleppo

Four makeshift hospitals and a local blood bank in Syria's battered...


Clashes rock Syria's Manbij as IS ignores ultimatum

Islamic State group militants clashed on Saturday with US-backed...


Turkey detains Gulen's nephew after coup attempt

Turkey has detained a nephew of US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen...

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Alumni association to hold global meeting in Kerala

The alumni of the NSS College of Engineering in Palakkad, Kerala, will hold a global meeting in Palakkad on July 30 and 31.


15-hour tailbacks in UK as France heightens checks

British officials were drafted in to help French border police on Sunday after 15-hour queues built up at the port of Dover due to heightened entry checks.

Satellite dishes on a balcony in a northern district of the Iranian capital Tehran.

Iran destroys 100,000 satellite dishes

Iran destroyed 100,000 satellite dishes and receivers on Sunday as part of a widespread crackdown against the illegal devices that authorities say are morally damaging, a news website reported.

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Gulf bourses retreat as oil’s fall outweighs 2nd quarter earnings

Gulf stock markets declined yesterday as sharp falls in oil prices late last week outweighed a few positive corporate earnings in Saudi Arabia.


China growth sucks in more debt bucks for less bang

As China’s economy notches up another quarter of steady growth, the pace of credit creation grows ever more frantic for every extra unit of production, as inefficient state firms swallow an increasing share of lending.


Nickel bulls reap rewards as metal trims second weekly rise

Nickel pared a second weekly advance last week as bulls booked profit after earlier bets on reduced supply of the metal paid off.


Yen remains strongest major developed currency in 2016

Strategists forecasting the yen will post its first annual gain since 2011 are standing their ground in the face of a rout driven by speculation the Bank of Japan (BoJ) will expand record stimulus.


Refiners in US, stuck with lots of gasoline, switch to winter brew

Winter has come early for US refiners and blenders. In a summer of discontent with high inventories and an unseasonably weak demand, ....


Italy has ‘no problem with its banks’, says finance minister

Italy does not have a problem with its banks, finance minister Pier Carlo Padoan said yesterday, despite investors fretting about nearly $400bn of bad debts weighing down the sector.


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