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The Cabinet has endorsed a draft law...

Qatar provided $2.4bn in aid to Syrian people

The Foreign Ministry’s Secretary General, HE Dr Ahmed bin Hassan...

Qatari medical aid plane arrives in Mogadishu

In line with the directives of His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin...

Round-table discussion on Gulf crisis in Berlin

The embassy of Qatar in Berlin participated in round-table talks on...

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Q-Chem staffers take part in blood donation drive

Qatar Chemical Company Ltd (Q-Chem) organised a blood donation drive...

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Pakistan bombing condemned

Qatar strongly condemned the bombing of a police truck in Quetta in...


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IRAQI

Iraqi army retakes almost all disputed areas from Kurds

Iraqi government forces said yesterday they had retaken almost all...

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After IS, rotting corpses and empty jail cells in Syria's Raqqa

Days ago in Syria's Raqqa, die-hard jihadists made their final stand...

Fighters of Syrian Democratic Forces walk past the ruins of destroyed buildings near the National Ho

Forces comb ghost city Raqqa after IS ouster

US-backed forces combed the ruins of Raqqa for survivors and bombs...

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Kurds abandon territory over Iraq govt advance

The Baghdad government recaptured territory from Kurds across the...


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RAJOY

Rajoy urges Catalonia leader to ‘act sensibly’

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy yesterday urged Catalonia’s leader to “act sensibly” and renounce an independence bid to head off a threat by Madrid to impose direct rule.

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Weakened Merkel scrambles to form government

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, weakened by poor election results, yesterday began talks to forge an unlikely governing coalition from a motley crew of parties that span the political spectrum.

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EU must keep Myanmar under pressure: Dhaka

Bangladesh President Abdul Hamid has said the European Union should continue to exert pressure on Myanmar so that it takes back the Rohingya refugees who have escaped to Bangladesh.


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Ras Laffan Power Co wins RoSPA award in the UK

Ras Laffan Power Company has won the “prestigious” RoSPA Electricity Sector Award at a ceremony hosted by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) in Glasgow, the United Kingdom, recently.

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Qatar-Indonesia Economic Forum: Ministers witness agreement signing ceremonies

The economy and trade ministers of Qatar and Indonesia witnessed the signing of several agreements on the sidelines of the Qatar-Indonesia Economic Forum, held in Jakarta yesterday.

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Sainsbury cuts jobs as Brexit puts online retailers off UK

The UK retail industry’s Brexit-linked turmoil deepened as J Sainsbury said it would cut as many as 2,000 jobs, Zalando said the market is losing attractiveness and rival online fashion site Asos discussed contingency plans.

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Nomination for Bank of Italy chief’s post thrown into disarray

Former Premier Matteo Renzi has thrown the choice of governor for the Bank of Italy into disarray with an attack by his ruling party on Ignazio Visco, the current holder of the job who had been widely expected to be given a second term this month.

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Nomination for Bank of Italy chief’s post thrown into disarray

Former Premier Matteo Renzi has thrown the choice of governor for the Bank of Italy into disarray with an attack by his ruling party on Ignazio Visco, the current holder of the job who had been widely expected to be given a second term this month.

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Assurant set to acquire Warranty in $2.5bn deal

Assurant Inc agreed to acquire Warranty Group Inc from buyout firm TPG, bringing together two of the largest providers of extended warranties, the insurance policies covering big consumer purchases such as cars, mobile phones and dishwashers.

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