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LuLu opens new regional HQ in Doha

The new regional headquarters of LuLu Group on the D-Ring Road was...

Lecture to spotlight use of chemical weapons in wars

A public lecture on the use of chemical weapons in wars and the...

Innovative products to be showcased at Milipol Qatar

Milipol Qatar 2016, the leading event dedicated to Homeland Security...


How United Services hosts blood donation campaign

How United Services, in co-operation with Hamad Medical Corporation...


How to lower your risk for Alzheimer’s

In 1901, when Dr Alois Alzheimer started talking to his patient Mrs...

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Iraq says should be exempted from OPEC output freeze

Iraq's Oil Minister Jabar Ali al-Luaibi said on Sunday his country...

Iraqi Kurdish leader Massud Barzani (R) shakes hands with US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter ahea

Pentagon chief reviews Mosul offensive with Kurds

US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter arrived in Iraq's autonomous...

Saudi-lead air strikes, Yemen

Sanaa air raids resume as Yemen truce expires

Warplanes from a Saudi-led coalition attacked targets in Sanaa at...


Fighting rages in Yemen despite ceasefire

Fierce gun battles erupted overnight between Yemeni rebels and...

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Swiss billionaire fined $4 mn over undeclared artwork

Swiss customs authorities have slapped a billionaire with a $4 million fine for failing to properly declare some 200 artworks imported into Switzerland, according to media reports confirmed by officials Sunday.

An aerial view shows tents and makeshift shelters in Calais

Violence breaks out ahead of planned clearing of Calais refugee camp

Flashes of unrest were reported Sunday as residents of the ‘Jungle,’ Calais' infamous refugee camp, lashed out at government preparations to shut down the sprawling settlement in northern France.

Policemen and firefighters investigate a parking lot after an explosion in Utsunomiya, Japan

One killed, two injured in Japan park blasts

One person was killed and at least two injured by two near-simultaneous blasts in a Japanese park on Sunday, the local fire department said.

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Traders bearish on Deutsche Boerse deal with London bourse

Trader scepticism of Deutsche Boerse AG’s planned takeover of London Stock Exchange Group hasn’t been enough to overcome a rally in the British company’s stock.


Pound’s uncomfortable truce can’t mask risk of abrupt swings

The pound may be experiencing a period of relative stability, but the signs are that it’s an uneasy calm that traders shouldn’t get complacent about.


Week of earnings beats can’t jolt US equities from rut

US companies are reporting annual profit growth for the first time in six quarters, but investors don’t seem too excited about it.


Goldman targets card borrowers with new lending business

Goldman Sachs Group has launched a new online lending business that targets borrowers saddled with credit card debt, the bank said.


AT&T-Time Warner faces regulatory cloud with election looming

AT&T’s planned takeover of Time Warner mirrors Comcast Corp’s successful acquisition of NBCUniversal, but the latest pairing faces a potentially rockier path through Washington as the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees both express suspicion of blockbuster deals.


Finland’s millionaire premier freezes pay in bid to save economy

The Nordic region’s only euro member is still struggling with austerity.

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QSL champions Al Rayyan scored late in the second half stoppage time...


Struggling Al Wakrah took on in-form Lekhwiya in the final game of...


Qatar Cycling Federation secretary general Ahmed Abdullah al-Hemaidi...


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