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Jassim al-Rumaihi, a senior producer at...

Katara releases ‘solar calender’

Katara, the Cultural Village Foundation, yesterday launched its...

Erdogan holds talks with al-Attiyah

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan with Qatar’s Minister of State...

Regency opens 45th branch in Umm Salal

Regency Travel & Tours has expanded its network in the country by...

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Guidelines soon on diabetes treatment

Ministry of Public Health is preparing to implement a set of...

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Msheireb Properties wins ‘Developer of the Year’ award

Msheireb Properties has been named “Developer of the Year” at the...


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Aromatic attraction

A machmoum (jasmine bouquet) is put up for sale in Tunis....

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson

US cracks down on migrant smugglers

US Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson told a...

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Turkey sacks 87 spy agency staff over failed coup

Turkey has dismissed 87 staff from its spy agency over alleged links...

A search operation after a boat carrying migrants capsized in the Mediterranean, along the shore in

Migrant shipwreck death toll rises to 194

Twenty-five bodies were recovered on Tuesday from a boat that sank in...


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Debate seen by record 80.9mn

Some 80.9mn Americans watched the first US presidential debate between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump on television, setting a new viewer record for such events, CNN said yesterday.

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Trump vows to hit Clinton harder in next US debate

Republican Donald Trump vowed yesterday to hit rival Democrat Hillary Clinton harder in the next US presidential debate after she put him on the defensive by accusing him of being racist, sexist and a tax dodger during their first matchup.

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Blasts at congress centre, mosque in German city

Bomb blasts at a mosque and an international congress centre in the eastern German city of Dresden have overshadowed events marking the 10th anniversary of the forum created to promote dialogue between government and the Muslim community.


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Qatar PPI falls 1.5% in July: MDPS

Domestic producers witnessed a gloomy scenario in July this year with Qatar’s producer price index (PPI) registering a 1.5% decline month-on-month due to lower prices for hydrocarbons, refined petroleum products, basic chemicals, cement and electricity, according to official figures.

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Saudi gears up to face economic challenges and strengthen global partnerships

Hammad Khalid Albalawi, Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA), spelt out a clear message of change within Saudi Arabia in his address to the XIII ‘Opportunity Arabia’ conference held in London this week.

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Egypt’s pound falls to black market record

The Egyptian pound fell to a record low on the black market on speculation that policymakers will weaken the official exchange rate for the second time this year.

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Mobily CEO sees hit from fingerprinting, slower Saudi economy

Saudi Arabia’s demand that all phone and Internet customers be fingerprinted for identification is pressuring Etihad Etisalat Co’s sales and profits in the kingdom, according to chief executive officer Ahmad Farroukh.

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Qafco participates in 7th annual GPCA fertiliser convention in Dubai

Qafco participated in the 7th Annual Gulf Petrochemical Association (GPCA) fertiliser convention held in Dubai recently.

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Saudi stocks tumble on government’s austerity measures

Saudi Arabia’s stock index slumped 3.8% yesterday after the government said it would cut ministers’ salaries by 20% and scale back financial bonuses and perks for public sector workers under an austerity drive.

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