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This year’s CarnegieApps Hackathon saw...

Conference to discuss electricity, desalination

A two-day conference on electrical power and water desalination will...

Participants of Winter Career Camp receive certificates

Qatar Career Fair (QCF), a member of Qatar Foundation for Education,...

QU-CMED hosts seminar by research director

Qatar University’s College of Medicine (QU-CMED), as part of its...

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Alfardan Premier Motors extends Qatar Total Open partnership

Alfardan Premier Motors Co, the exclusive retailer of Jaguar Land...

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France ‘enjoys good relations with Qatar’

France is extremely pleased at the pace in which bilateral relations...


Region
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Thousands of doctors stage anti-police protest in Cairo

Thousands of Egyptian doctors demonstrated in Cairo on Friday in a...

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Oman sultan Qaboos to return to Germany for health checkup

Sultan Qaboos of Oman is to fly to Germany on Sunday for a medical...

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Camel race

Jockeys compete in a camel race during the Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed...

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South Sudan leader wants soldiers out in further hurdle to peace deal

South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar said yesterday he wanted...


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Cold grips northeast US, could break records

A dangerous cold snap seized the northeastern United States yesterday with temperatures in some areas set to fall below zero and Boston facing its coldest Valentine’s Day in almost four decades.

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Top US general bullish on Afghanistan

The top US and Nato commander in Afghanistan was bullish on the country’s future despite concerns over peace talks, as he confirmed his looming retirement at a press conference in Kabul yesterday.

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Pak president urges people to ignore Valentine’s Day

President Mamnoon Hussain has urged Pakistanis not to observe Valentine’s Day, the romantic holiday that hardline Muslim clerics want banned but officials in the capital say they cannot suppress.


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China underground banks did $152bn in transactions in 2015

Underground banks in China did more than 1tn yuan ($152bn) in transactions last year and the government will step up efforts to combat the problem this year, state media said yesterday citing the foreign exchange regulator.

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India’s LED bulb programme draws criticism from industry

The success of a programme in India to outfit more homes with energy-efficient LED lighting has led to criticism that the market for the devices is being disrupted and undermined by the government’s role.

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Egypt returns to wheat market but traders still wary over fungus issue

Egypt’s return to the wheat market came as traders remained wary of offering supplies to the world’s biggest importer.

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As Ukraine looks elsewhere, Gazprom sees no letup in sales

Even after Ukraine halted natural gas purchases from Russia in November, Gazprom plans to resume and maintain exports to its eastern neighbour for at least three more years.

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Technical analysis of the QSE index

The QSE index corrected slightly and closed at 9,485.90 and lost 2.04% versus the week before. Volumes were weak...

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Weekly Market Report

The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) index lost 197.72 points, or 2.04%, during the week to close at 9,485.90.

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