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The Qatar Finance and Business Academy...

HEC Paris in Qatar group attends Europe study trip

HEC Paris has hosted a group of participants from its Qatar campus...

Women’s Hospital goes for skills training to boost patient care

Women’s Hospital of Hamad Medical Corporation will be the first in...

Domasco continues offers on Honda cars, motorcycles

Doha Marketing Services Company (Domasco) has said it is providing a...

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Qatar win Asian Championships

Qatar yesterday won the second edition of the FIBA 3x3 U18 Asian...


Emir to attend Arab summit

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani heads Qatar’s delegation...

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Saudi Arabia executes two convicts for murder

Saudi Arabia on Monday executed two convicted murderers, the interior...


Air strikes hit four hospitals in Aleppo

Air raids have hit four makeshift hospitals in Syria’s battered...


Solar Impulse leaves Egypt for final leg of world tour

The first solar-powered plane to circle the world took off from Cairo...


Tehran destroys 100,000 satellite dishes, receivers

Iran destroyed 100,000 satellite dishes and receivers yesterday as...

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Duterte defends deadly crime crackdown

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte vowed big reforms to tackle chronic economic flaws and defended his pursuit of a deadly anti-narcotics war, saying drugs were drowning his country and human rights were no excuse to shield criminals.


Afghan civilian casualties soar to record high, UN says

Civilian casualties in Afghanistan soared to a record high in the first half of 2016, the UN said on Monday, with children in particular paying a heavy price for growing insecurity as the conflict escalates.


Asean breaks deadlock on South China Sea, Beijing thanks Cambodia

Southeast Asian nations overcame days of deadlock when the Philippines dropped a request for their joint statement to mention a landmark legal ruling on the South China Sea, after objections from Cambodia.

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Qatar 2nd in Mideast in outbound M&A deals

Qatar was second in the Middle East region in terms of the volume of outbound mergers and acquisitions deals in the second quarter of this year, a new report has shown.


Gulf bourses retreat as oil’s fall outweighs 2nd quarter earnings

Gulf stock markets declined yesterday as sharp falls in oil prices late last week outweighed a few positive corporate earnings in Saudi Arabia.


China growth sucks in more debt bucks for less bang

As China’s economy notches up another quarter of steady growth, the pace of credit creation grows ever more frantic for every extra unit of production, as inefficient state firms swallow an increasing share of lending.


Nickel bulls reap rewards as metal trims second weekly rise

Nickel pared a second weekly advance last week as bulls booked profit after earlier bets on reduced supply of the metal paid off.


Yen remains strongest major developed currency in 2016

Strategists forecasting the yen will post its first annual gain since 2011 are standing their ground in the face of a rout driven by speculation the Bank of Japan (BoJ) will expand record stimulus.


Refiners in US, stuck with lots of gasoline, switch to winter brew

Winter has come early for US refiners and blenders. In a summer of discontent with high inventories and an unseasonably weak demand, ....


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