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Profit Holding unveils ‘Tamim Al Majd’ mural

Profit Holding has unveiled a ‘Tamim Al Majd’ mural at its head...

Genesis G80 Sport a finalist in design race

The Genesis G80 Sport has been recognised as a finalist in the 2017...

Auto manufacturer Borgward appoints Qatar distributor

Global automotive manufacturer Borgward Group has appointed Taleb...

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‘Supervision’ key to keeping children safe around water

Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) has reminded families and caregivers...

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Blockade fails to dent apparel business

The economic blockade imposed by the Saudi-led bloc failed to have...


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Palestinian worshippers pray outside Lions’ Gate, a main entrance to the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in

Palestinians die in new clashes over holy site

Two Palestinians died in clashes with Israeli forces yesterday as the...

An elderly Syrian sits outside a newly-reopened shop amid the destruction, where he sells tablecloth

Syria announces truce in one of rebels’ last Damascus bastions

Syria yesterday announced a ceasefire in one of the last rebel...

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More Israeli-Palestinian violence feared over holy site

Stabbings and clashes that left six people dead raised fears on...

Iran

Iran begins production of Sayyad-3 anti-aircraft missiles

Iran has begun the serial production of Sayyad-3 anti-aircraft...


International
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Afghan security personnel sit on atop an armoured vehicles amid an ongoing battle with Taliban milit

16 Afghan policemen killed in US strike

A US airstrike has killed 16 policemen in Afghanistan, officials said yesterday, the latest setback to Washington’s efforts to bring peace to the war-torn country.

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Parliamentary panel signs bill on unified election laws

The parliamentary committee on electoral reforms in Pakistan yesterday signed a bill on unified electoral laws that clubs together eight electoral laws to make one comprehensive law governing all election-related activities and will be tabled before parliament for final approval.

Election officials open a ballot box during counting for the parliamentary election in Dili yesterda

East Timor votes for parliament amid huge challenges

East Timor yesterday headed to the polls to elect a new parliament as Asia’s youngest democracy battles economic challenges 15 years after gaining its independence from Indonesia.


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Backing of communities, workers key to Libya’s oil output revival

When the head of Libya’s state energy company visited Sharara oil field in early July, community leaders and workers crowded into a conference room to ask about jobs, training and services for local people.

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Top oil buyer’s demand in peril amid Opec output woes

Oil bulls grappling with Opec’s weakened resolve to curb output are also having to worry about waning demand in the world’s biggest buyer of overseas crude.

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China’s distributed solar push puts industry on record pace

China, the world’s biggest investor in clean energy, is on pace to install record amounts of new solar this year after adding 24 gigawatts of capacity in the first half amid a push by policymakers to locate electricity production near the point where it’s used.

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SoftBank’s Son explains how all those deals fit together

Masayoshi Son has had a busy year even by the standards of Japan’s most prolific investor. On Thursday in Tokyo, he took time to explain how it all fits together.

QATAR

Qatar’s rise as a global LNG player

Today, Qatar is the largest exporter of LNG in the world and has built an integrated LNG model covering all steps of the value chain from extraction to shipment. Qatar is one of the world’s richest nations, in per capita terms, due to its vast gas reserves.

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Gulf Warehousing posts QR105.3mn net profit in the first half

Gulf Warehousing (GWC) has posted a first half net profit of QR105.3mn, up 4% on QR101.3mn registered in the same period last year.

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