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A 33-year-old Indian national was found...

Belgium arrests five suspects after crime lab blast

Belgian police have arrested five suspects after a blast on Monday at...

Qatar Charity campaign to help pilgrims

Qatar Charity (QC) has launched its “Feed the Pilgrims” campaign for...

PM in Kuwait talks

The Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmed al-Jaber al-Sabah meeting...


Municipality cracks down on expired food products

The Health Control Section at Umm Salal Municipality has destroyed...


QDF, QRCS sign pact to support Syrian people

Qatar Development Fund (QDF) and Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS)...

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Car bomb attack in the Shia holy city of Kerbala. June 7, 2016 file picture

Suicide attack kills 18 near near Karbala, Iraq

Five attackers armed with suicide vests, rifles and grenades killed...

Yemen suicide bombing

IS-claimed bombing against Yemen recruits kills 60

A suicide car bombing claimed by the Islamic State group killed at...


Dozens killed in Turkish offensive

Dozens of people were killed in Turkish bombardments in Syria...


Libya forces push into last IS-held districts of Sirte

Forces loyal to Libya’s UN-backed unity government yesterday pushed...

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Development aid, insurgency figure in India-Myanmar talks

Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday assured Myanmar, which has newly attained democracy, that India will stand by it every step of the way in its bid to develop as a modern nation even as both sides agreed to cooperate in the fight against terrorism and insurgency in the region.


Philippine leader takes war on drugs to the stage

Philippine police, heavily criticised by rights groups for killing hundreds of drug dealers and users, are using a comedy puppet of Rodrigo Duterte to get the president’s war on drugs message across to Manila school children.


President offers rewards for capture of ‘narco-cops’

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte yesterday promised rewards running to tens of thousands of dollars for information leading to the capture of police officers protecting drug syndicates and warned corrupt officials they would face “a day of reckoning”.

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Japan stocks rally on weaker yen

Japanese stocks rallied on a weaker yen but other Asian markets retreated yesterday after Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen hinted at a US interest rate rise by the end of the year.


China equity traders feel the heat with 774 probes in 2 months

China’s regulators are intensifying scrutiny of unusual movements in stocks as they seek to damp speculation in the nation’s financial markets.


Hospitals try giving patients a dose of VR amid falling equipment prices

When Deona Duke woke up from a medically-induced coma to begin recovering from burns that covered almost a third of her body, one of her treatments was hurling snowballs at penguins.


QSE gains 64 points to settle close to 11,300 mark

Stronger buying support from Gulf and foreign institutions led Qatar Stock Exchange gain another 64 points to settle close to the 11,300 mark.

Oil barrels

Oil falls towards $49 on high output, strong dollar

Oil fell towards $49 a barrel on Monday, pressured by high output from Middle East OPEC members and as a stronger US dollar weighed on commodities.


Qatargas region’s first to win ISO certificate for its security section

Qatargas’ security section has achieved ‘ISO 28000’ accreditation for its operations in Ras Laffan Industrial City and Doha Head Office, making it the first entity in the region to receive UK certification.


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