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The Ministry of Economy and Commerce...

QBA hosts dinner for Pakistan president

The Qatari Businessmen Association (QBA) recently hosted a private...

QFBA set to hold global management contest final in Doha

The Qatar Finance and Business Academy (QFBA), in association with...

Workshop discusses modern methods in police training

A workshop on ‘Modern means of police training and education’ started...


Dignitaries, citizens offer condolences

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani and HH the Father Emir...


Diplomats offer condolences to Emir and Father Emir

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani and HH the Father Emir...

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A group of Russian warships from Russia's Black Sea fleet entered the Mediterranean.

Russia denies its warships will join Aleppo bombardment

The Russian Foreign Ministry dismissed suggestions from NATO that a...


China holds first anti-terror drills with Saudi Arabia

Special forces from China and Saudi Arabia have held their first...


Air strikes kill 26, mostly children, in Idlib province

Air strikes by Syrian or Russian warplanes killed at least 26 people,...


Iran Guards unveil ‘suicide drone’

Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards said yesterday they had developed a...

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Pakistan radio show confronts harassment of women

For many women in Pakistan, the simple act of leaving the house can be uncomfortable, even intimidating — the probing gaze of the opposite sex is never far away.


Kashmir ‘Black Day’

Chief of the United Jihad Council, Syed Salahuddin (second right) walks with Jaish-e-Mohamed chief in Kashmir, Mufti Mohamed Asghar (second left) and Harkat-ul-Mujahideen chief, Farooq Kashmiri (left) after a conference in Muzaffarabad, capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir yesterday.


Baroness honoured

Model Naomi Campbell poses for a photograph with Baroness Amos, after Amos received her Member of the Order of the Companions of Honour at Buckingham Palace, in London yesterday.

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Lagarde says there is a ‘crisis’ in Egypt’s currency market

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde said Egypt is facing a currency crisis that should be tackled based on local circumstances, though history shows that “rapid” exchange-rate action works best in countries with low reserves and a wide gap between official and black market rates.


Samsung pledges mobile rebound, dangles buyback after Note 7 shock

Samsung Electronics Co yesterday said it aims to recover quickly from the disastrous withdrawal of the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 that dragged third-quarter mobile earnings to their lowest level in nearly eight years.


Toyota will fight for British plant after Brexit: Official

Toyota’s number-two said the firm will fight to continue operating its British factory after Britain leaves the EU, but insisted it would not yet demand guarantees from London before making a decision over its future in the country.


Opec can’t succeed alone as cuts would barely drain oil surplus

Even if Opec defies a sceptical market by implementing output cuts in full, it still won’t drain the ocean of surplus oil already pumped from the ground.


European equities tentative as pound makes brief rally

European stocks made little headway yesterday amid a flurry of company earnings reports, while a rally by the British pound after better-than-expected economic growth data proved short lived.


Qualcomm to acquire NXP Semiconductors for $47bn

Qualcomm, the largest maker of mobile phone chips, will acquire NXP Semiconductors in a transaction valued at $47bn, aiming to speed an expansion into new industries and reduce its dependence on the smartphone market.


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