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Expert advises precautions to fasting kidney patients

Many kidney patients are able to fast during Ramadan provided they...

Public prosecutor in Senegal

Senegalese Minister of Justice Sidiki Kaba yesterday met with HE the...

British firms hoping for stability after vote: chamber official

British companies based in Qatar are hoping for stability following...

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QPMC honours staffers at Suhoor

Qatar Primary Materials Company (QPMC), on the occasion of the holy...

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‘Gladiator’ Crowe hails Poland’s Blaszczykowski

Poland’s gladatorial displays at Euro 2016 have attracted a new fan...


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Fighters from  Government of National Unity (GNA) stand on a tank as they target the Islamic State (

Libyan government forces repel IS counterattack in Sirte

Libya pro-government forces repelled a counterattack by the Islamic...

Israeli security forces gather at the scene of a reported a car-ramming attack

Israeli troops say kill Palestinian attacker in West Bank

Israeli soldiers shot and killed a Palestinian woman who rammed a...

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Offensive on IS could displace 2.3mn Iraqis

Upcoming military offensives in Iraq against Islamic State, including...


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Police stand guard around the destroyed mosque at Thuye Tha Mein village in Bago province

Religious tensions bristle in Myanmar after mosque destroyed

Scores of police have been deployed to guard a village in central Myanmar where religious tensions are running high after a Buddhist mob destroyed a mosque, authorities said ...

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India blames China for stalled nuclear group entry

India has blamed regional rival China for blocking its entry to a nuclear trade group opposed to the proliferation of nuclear weapons, after its members met in South Korea with no decision on India's bid to join.

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Global shock as UK votes to leave EU

Quitting the world’s biggest trading bloc could cost Britain access to the trade barrier-free single market and means it must seek new trade accords with countries around the world


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Central banks readying plans after Brexit vote

The world’s major central banks rushed yesterday to deal with financial markets chaos arising from Britain’s shock referendum decision to quit the European Union.

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Pound pummelled, stocks slammed by Brexit vote

Britain’s surprise vote to leave the European Union sent shockwaves across global markets yesterday as it ushered in new element of uncertainty in a world already plagued by weak growth.

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Gross jumps on Argentina bandwagon in market resurrection

Bill Gross has become the latest investor to bet big on Argentina after the nation ended its decade-long debt dispute with hedge-fund manager Paul Singer.

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Wall Street splits with smaller firms over broker-rule lawsuit

Some of the biggest Wall Street banks opposed an industry decision to sue the US Labour Department over its new broker rules, exposing a fissure between the companies and their smaller competitors, people familiar with the matter said.

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China’s offshore wind power plans lag target

China is lagging far behind its target to boost the country’s offshore wind power capacity due to technical problems and high costs, which in the absence of more state subsidies could dent its plans to install 10 gigawatts (GW) by 2020, developers said.

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‘Japan business mood worsening to 3-yr low’

Japanese manufacturers’ confidence worsened to the lowest in three years and is likely to deteriorate even further in coming quarter due to a strong yen and wobbly emerging economies, a Reuters poll showed.

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