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HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad...

Restaurant and storehouse closed for flouting regulations

The Al Wakrah Municipality has ordered the closure of a restaurant...

Emir and Father Emir receivecondolences from GCC leaders

Leaders belonging to the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) states and...

Emir, Father Emir receive more mourners

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani and HH the Father Emir...


Study sought on feasibility of three-storey homes for Qataris

A comprehensive study should be conducted by the Ministry of...


Ministry conducts workshop on occupational, environmental health

The Ministry of Public Health in collaboration with the Eastern...

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Fighter helicopter

Air strike kills Turkey-backed rebels in Syria

A suspected Syrian army helicopter dropped barrel bombs on...


UN awaits response from rebels to peace roadmap

The UN envoy for Yemen yesterday presented a proposal to the Houthi...


Russia says halt in Aleppo bombing will be extended

Russia said yesterday it would extend a moratorium on air strikes on...

The  al-Dhabab neighbourhood after the attack. Police vehicles are seen. Picture courtesy : Al-Arabi

Gunmen kill two Saudi police in Dammam

Unidentified gunmen killed two Saudi policemen in the mainly Shia...

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Aaliya Sultana Babi posing with fossilised dinosaur eggs at her palace in Balasinor, some 100km from

‘Dinosaur Princess’ keeps a watch over rare remains

One of princess Aalia Sultana Babi’s most prized possessions is a fossilised dinosaur egg she found an unsuspecting villager using to grind spices on her ancestral lands, an area billed as “India’s Jurassic Park.”

Yeddyurappa: vindicated

Yeddyurappa and relatives a cquitted in bribery case

A court in Bengaluru yesterday acquitted former Karnataka chief minister and state Bharatiya Janata Party president B S Yeddyurappa in a bribery case.

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Bahrain king meets May

Prime Minister Theresa May greets Bahrain king Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifah outside 10 Downing Street in London yesterday.

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GIS reports 9-month profit of QR189mn

Gulf International Services (GIS) has reported a net profit of QR189mn, translating into earnings-per-share of QR1.02, on revenue of QR2.3bn in the first nine months of this year.


Saudi facing deeper Opec cuts as Iraq opts out of deal

Saudi Arabia faces the prospect of much deeper - and financially painful - oil production cuts after Iraq joined the queue of group members seeking immunity from the deal hatched in Algiers.


Egypt makes biggest wheat purchase in 2 years in latest tender

Egypt, the world’s largest wheat importer, bought 420,000 metric tonnes of Russian and Romanian grain in its latest tender on Tuesday, the biggest purchase in two years.


Boeing profit jumps in Q3; boosts delivery forecast

Boeing Co yesterday beat profit expectations in the third quarter despite declining revenue, a sign that cost-cutting is having an impact at the world’s biggest planemaker.


Miners, commodity strains weigh on Europe markets

World stock markets mostly retreated yesterday, dragged lower by mining shares and oil prices, while Apple weighed on Wall Street, traders said.


S&P may not upgrade Indonesia from junk

S&P Global Ratings may not be ready to upgrade Indonesia’s credit rating from junk yet, concerned by rising bad debts and risks to the growth outlook.

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Leg-spinner Yasir Shah took six second-innings wickets in Pakistan’s...


‘Results haven’t gone our way in the last couple of months but that’s...


Skipper Misbah-ul-Haq showed disappointment over the downfall of...


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