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Ministry of Public Health

The Ministry of Public Health has...

QU-CHS hosts Salt Awareness Day

Qatar University College of Health Sciences (QU-CHS) recently hosted...

QU-CAS forum highlights changes in Arab media in light of political changes

The Department of Mass Communication at Qatar University College of...

Healthcare improvement meet begins

A conference dedicated to healthcare quality improvement and patient...


MoI Public Relations Dept participates in Traffic Week

The Public Relations Department at the Ministry of Interior (MoI) is...


FameLab competition winners announced

For the third consecutive year, FameLab, one of the biggest science...

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Trump signs $1.3tn bill, but ‘never again’

US President Donald Trump has signed a $1.3tn compromise federal spending bill despite being “unhappy” with many of its provisions – thereby averting what would have been the third government shutdown of 2018.


National security adviser replaced

US President Donald Trump has named hardline Fox News pundit and former UN ambassador John Bolton as his new national security adviser, ousting embattled army general H R McMaster.


Lawmakers formally ask Facebook CEO to testify

US lawmakers have formally asked Facebook Incorporated’s Mark Zuckerberg to explain at a Washington hearing how 50mn users’ data got into the hands of political consultancy Cambridge Analytica.

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More Syrian rebels agree to leave eastern Ghouta

Syrian rebels agreed to surrender a second besieged enclave in...

US - Iran hacking

US imposes sanctions on Iranians for hacking

The Mabna Institute "engaged in the theft of personal identifiers and...

Syrian Army soldiers stand next to a military tank, at the city limits of Harasta, in the eastern Da

Air strikes hit in Ghouta despite rebel ceasefire effort

Air strikes hit a rebel-held enclave of Syria's eastern Ghouta region...

Rebel fighters gather and pray before they leave, at the city limits of Harasta, in the eastern Dama

Rebels, Russians to negotiate end to Ghouta suffering

A Syrian rebel group in one besieged eastern Ghouta pocket said on...

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Tencent loses $51bn in market value in 2 days

Tencent Holdings Ltd’s shares fell more than 4% yesterday, wiping out around $23bn of market value, after the Chinese Internet firm’s largest shareholder, Naspers Ltd, lowered its stake for the first time in 17 years.


Nissan sees EV sales surging to 1mn annually by 2022

Nissan Motor Co announced plans to sell 1mn electric vehicles (EVs) annually by 2022, a six-fold jump from what it sold last year, and said it had no plans to stop testing its self-driving cars on public roads, calling them safe.


$60bn CPEC boosts Pakistan’s economy

With investments in roads, railways and ports, the $60bn China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) offers enormous potential for Pakistan to boost its economy, reduce poverty, spread benefits widely and help those likely to be affected by the new trade route, a joint report of multi and bilateral cred


BoJ deputy governor says price gains insufficient, wants stronger policy regime

One of the Bank of Japan’s newly appointed deputy governors said consumer prices are not rising quickly enough and the central bank should strengthen its policy stance if possible, underscoring a still-tepid inflation outlook despite years of stimulus.


WTO chief warns trade barriers will ‘jeopardise the global economy’

The World Trade Organisation chief warned states yesterday that creating barriers to international trade would “jeopardise the global economy,” after Washington slapped steep tariffs on Chinese imports, heightening fears of a trade war.


US core capital goods orders, shipments jump in February

Core capital goods orders up 1.8% in February; core capital goods shipments rise 1.4%; durable goods orders jump 3.1%


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