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Qatar Charity (QC) has built a school...

QU to hold vaccination

Qatar University’s (QU) health clinic will organise its annual flu...

Greetings sent to Czech president

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, HH the Deputy Emir...

Court reviewing theft case of expat who fled the country

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

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QU chemical engineering alumni participate in Al Majilis event

More than 70 chemical engineering alumni of Qatar University’s...


Croatian embassy issues 1,300 visas last year to Qatar residents

The Croatian embassy issued more than 1,300 visas last year to Qatar...

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UN says IS killed 232 people near Mosul this week

Islamic State group fighters slaughtered at least 232 people in and...

Nairab air base. File picture.

Syrian rebels bombard Aleppo air base

Syrian rebels launched Grad rockets at Aleppo's Nairab air base on...

Iran gas pipeline

Pipeline blast halts gas flow to Turkey: Iran

The flow of Iranian natural gas to Turkey halted after an explosion...


Villagers forced to walk to Mosul as IS human shields

Islamic State fighters forced women, children and the elderly to walk...

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FBI reopens Clinton e-mail investigation

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign was yesterday hit by the FBI’s reopening of its investigation into her use of a private e-mail server while secretary of state, eroding a political boost from a strong US economic report.


Ex-Putin aide’s death ruled accidental in US

US prosecutors yesterday said the sudden death of a former aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin in a Washington hotel was an accident, and occurred after days of heavy drinking and successive falls.

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Somali pirate hostages return home and recount abuse

Five Filipino fishermen released after being held hostage by Somali pirates for nearly five years broke down as they were reunited with their families yesterday, recounting beatings and abuse.

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Growing up: Rule changes help India oil market act its size

Freed from a layer of fusty bureaucracy, India’s state refiners are helping the country evolve an oil market that reflects its status as both the world’s fastest growing major economy and oil consumer.


Japan’s consumer prices fall; weak spending clouds outlook

Japan’s core consumer prices fell for a seventh straight month and household spending slumped in September, endorsing the central bank’s view it will take some time for inflation to accelerate to its 2% target as the economy stagnates.


BoJ loses bark and bite under humbled Kuroda

As his term winds down, Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda has retreated from both the radical policies and rhetoric of his early tenure, suggesting there will be no further monetary easing except in response to a big external shock.


German minister facing takeover battle in Beijing

Germany’s outspoken economy minister, Sigmar Gabriel, heads to China next week having ratcheted up tensions with Beijing by putting the brakes on the latest Chinese takeovers of German technology companies.


HK regulator probes UBS role in certain IPOs as sponsor

Swiss bank UBS said Hong Kong’s securities regulator is investigating its role as sponsor of certain unnamed stock market listings in the city, with the intention to start unspecified action against the bank and some of its employees.


Europe stock markets in lull as strong growth aids Wall Street

European markets wobbled yesterday while better-than-expected third-quarter US economic growth brought a measure of cheer to Wall Street ahead of a raft of data and policy decision in the week ahead.


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