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Qatar ‘committed to promoting peaceful communities’

HE the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Sultan bin Saad...

Pharmacists take oath at White Coat ceremony

A total of 26 new pharmacy students at Qatar University (QU) took...

Awareness camp for kids

Some of the participants at the Qatar Chamber training programme for...


Acta training concludes

Participants pose at the conclusion of the Administrative Control and...


Deputy Emir inspects new facilities

HH the Deputy Emir, Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad al-Thani, being briefed...

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Few in Arab world mourn Peres

Mourned internationally as a peacemaker, Israeli ex-president Shimon...


Taking on Xavi!

Former Barcelona football player Xavi Hernandez (R), who currently...

A Saudi man shows Saudi riyal banknotes at a money exchange shop, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, January 2

Mufti tells Saudis to back government austerity moves

Saudi Arabia's top religious authority urged citizens to support...

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Syria talks very difficult with bombs falling: UN envoy

The UN envoy for Syria said Thursday there was little prospect of an...

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Australian ex-MP's Iraq visit dubbed 'stupid'

A former Australian politician's decision to travel to Iraq was "very stupid", Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Friday as it emerged that Wyatt Roy had been caught up in fighting.


Princess Charlotte says first word in public on Canadian tour

Britain's Princess Charlotte, 1, spoke for the first time in public on Thursday during her family's Canadian tour, uttering the word "pop" while she and her brother played with balloons.


UN and US call for restraint as Indo-Pakistan tension rises

The United Nations and the United States yesterday urged India and Pakistan to avoid escalation in their dispute over Kashmir after elite Indian troops claimed crossing the line of control to attack militants in Pakistan-ruled Kashmir.

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GCC share of mobile transactions 4% higher than global average

The share of mobile transactions in the GCC at 43% is 4% higher than the global average, a new study has shown.


Qatar posts 30% jump in trade surplus to QR8.69bn in August

A relatively higher prices for hydrocarbons helped Qatar report a robust 30% expansion month-on-month (m-o-m) in trade surplus to QR8.69bn in August, according to official figures.


Global oil demand remains robust, says al-Sada

Global oil demand is currently anticipated to expand by 1.2mn bpd this year, the same level as expected in June, said HE the Minister of Energy and Industry, Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada, also President of the Opec Conference.


US GDP rises 1.4%; jobless claims up less than forecast

The US economy expanded more in the second quarter than previously estimated, reflecting a smaller drag from business spending on structures and equipment.


Credit Suisse plans Mideast growth as millionaires rise

Credit Suisse Group expects the Middle East to account for a significant part of its growth in private banking as the number of super wealthy individuals in the region increases.


‘Saudi asks banks to reschedule consumer loans’

Saudi Arabia’s central bank has asked local banks to reschedule consumer loans after the government cut bonuses and other financial perks for public sector workers, local media reported yesterday.


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