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Qatar Charity (QC) has carried out a...

MEC holds seminar to raise awareness about breast cancer

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC), as part of its community...

QC provides aid in Aleppo

Qatar Charity has said around 2,000,000 people have benefited from...

Court reviewing murder case

A Doha Criminal Court is reviewing the case of an expatriate man...

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FM calls for collective action to protect civilians in Syria

HE the Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani has...


Reckless driving: Motorist fined QR10,000

A Doha Criminal Court has ordered a young motorist to pay a fine of...

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UN to begin evacuations from Aleppo if truce holds

The United Nations hopes to carry out the first medical evacuations...

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Pentagon chief in Turkey as Mosul tensions grow

US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter arrived in Ankara on Friday for...


Hariri endorses Aoun to end political deadlock

Lebanon’s former prime minister Saad al-Hariri said yesterday he...


Mosul assault going ‘faster than planned’

The offensive to seize back Mosul from Islamic State is going faster...

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Mazher Mahmood (centre) arrives at the Old Bailey Central Criminal Court in central London yesterday

‘King of Sting’ reporter gets 15 months in jail

Journalist Mazher Mahmood, renowned for his “fake sheikh” undercover sting operations for media mogul Rupert Murdoch’s tabloids, was jailed for 15 months yesterday for tampering with evidence in a high-profile trial.

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May faces backlash over in-work benefits cut plan

Conservative backbenchers, including the former work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith, are preparing to campaign against £3bn of planned cuts to in-work benefits, in a fresh sign of the pressure Theresa May faces from within her own party.


Australian gun row threatens to ignite political turbulence

A debate over Australia’s notoriously tight gun laws has opened up a dangerous rift in the ruling Liberal Party, pitting Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull against the man he overthrew ahead of a key party gathering this weekend.

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Canada blasts ‘incapable’ EU as key trade talks fail

Canada blasted the European Union as incapable of signing international agreements yesterday as talks to persuade the Belgian region of Wallonia to sign up to a huge trade deal broke down.


Europe stocks hit pause button as investors mull ECB ‘damp squib’

Europe’s main stock markets hit the pause button yesterday as investors mulled the European Central Bank’s reticence on future stimulus moves.


Google signs CBS, in talks with others on web TV

Alphabet Inc’s Google has reached an agreement with CBS Corp to carry the network on its planned web TV service and is in advanced talks with 21st Century Fox, Walt Disney Co and Viacom Inc to distribute their channels, people with knowledge of the talks told Reuters on Thursday.


Thai economy ‘recovering gradually’: Central bank

Thailand’s economy is recovering gradually but is stronger than that of many countries, the central bank governor said yesterday, amid concerns that a year of mourning for revered King Bhumibol Adulaydej could affect tourism and consumption.


Indonesia to decide on Inpex request to boost LNG output

Indonesia expects to decide within “one or two weeks” on a plan by Inpex Corp to increase proposed output from the Masela natural gas field to nearly four times the level originally slated, a senior energy official said yesterday.


iPhone7 hits Korean stores in Note 7’s absence

The Apple iPhone 7 went on sale in South Korea yesterday, seeking to fill a void left by arch-rival Samsung on its home turf following a damaging recall fiasco over the Note 7 smartphone.


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