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PM: We will not allow our country to be harmed

PM: We will not allow our country to be harmed

The following is the transcript of the interview of HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani, the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, with Qatar TV on November 22.

Using religion to achieve political ends is deplorable

Using religion to achieve political ends is deplorable

Saudi Arabia’s attempt to use religious rites to serve its political interests is unacceptable and should not be tolerated.

Northeast Asia and North Korea’s nuclear challenges

Northeast Asia and North Korea’s nuclear challenges

The geopolitical landscape in the northeast Asia today can be explained by two stories: the competition between the US and China, and North Korea’s nuclear development.

Zimbabwe’s new leader should tackle financial crisis first

Zimbabwe’s new leader should tackle financial crisis first

Even before Robert Mugabe’s resignation, many Zimbabweans tempered their yearning for his downfall with the knowledge that his likely successor has a similar reputation for brutality and corruption.

The real risk to global economy

The real risk to global economy

One of the great mysteries of today’s global markets is their irrepressible enthusiasm, even as the world around them appears on the verge of chaos or collapse.

Hand injuries in high school sports often severe

Hand injuries in high school sports often severe

High school athletes have high rates of hand and wrist injuries, especially in certain sports, according to a new US study.

What does Germany’s  crisis mean for Brexit?

What does Germany’s crisis mean for Brexit?

The British political class, like much of the British media, remains foolishly obsessed with America to the exclusion of all other foreign countries.

What does Germany’s crisis mean for Brexit?

What does Germany’s crisis mean for Brexit?

With coalition talks collapsing, Angela Merkel has problems at home to sort. The idea she could magic a Brexit solution favourable to the UK is simply for the birds

Tech invasion: the battle for edge in financial world

Tech invasion: the battle for edge in financial world

New technologies have already started to disrupt the financial world, subverting conventional banking as we know it.

Puerto Rico could use more big government

Puerto Rico could use more big government

You can’t blame Ana Rodriguez for feeling bitter. In her hillside home in Cidra, Puerto Rico, a mountain town south of San Juan, she relies on a generator and doesn’t think she’ll have electricity for another year – despite Gov.

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