Gulf Times - Jan-Boehmermann
Turkey, Mongolia could join ASEAN: Duterte

Turkey, Mongolia could join ASEAN: Duterte

Controversial Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Tuesday he would push for the inclusion of Turkey and Mongolia in a grouping of Southeast Asian nations ...

143rd Kentucky Derby is anybody’s race

143rd Kentucky Derby is anybody’s race

Classic Empire is the nominal favourite in what’s shaping up to be a wide-open 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby, first jewel in US flat racing’s coveted Triple Crown.

667 building permits issued in March

667 building permits issued in March

The total number of building permits issued in Qatar in March stood at 667, up 40.1% on February, monthly data released by the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics (MDPS) show.

Qatar upholds death sentence in UK teacher's murder

Qatar upholds death sentence in UK teacher's murder

A Doha court on Sunday upheld the death penalty in the retrial of a Qatari man convicted of murdering a 24-year-old British female teacher.

Qatar index rises as bourse ends eight-day bearish run

Qatar index rises as bourse ends eight-day bearish run

Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday witnessed decliners outnumber gainers but overall it closed marginally up, after being in the bearish mode for the last eight sessions.

Goldman said to get burned by debts in rare trading miss

Goldman said to get burned by debts in rare trading miss

Goldman Sachs Group’s fixed-income revenue was so unexpectedly weak in the first quarter that last week’s earnings report left the stock tumbling and Wall Street buzzing over what happened. Part of the answer is now emerging.

Using digital protection strategies

Using digital protection strategies

How vulnerable is simple, personal information from your computer or cellphone? The brutal reality: very vulnerable - potentially. Here’s some ways to navigate online safely.

Cavani’s PSG stay in touch with Monaco

Cavani’s PSG stay in touch with Monaco

Edinson Cavani scored two goals and set up another as Paris Saint-Germain eased to a 4-0 win over Guingamp on Sunday night to maintain their pursuit of Monaco in the French title race.

First Palm Sunday near Mosul in three years

First Palm Sunday near Mosul in three years

Hundreds of Christians flocked to the Iraqi town of Qaraqosh yesterday to celebrate Palm Sunday for the first time in three years, packing into a church torched by Islamic State to take communion at its ruined altar.

Greece struggling to promote recycling

Greece struggling to promote recycling

A steady stream of EU fines and two decades of trying have failed to get recycling off the ground in Greece, where eco-awareness is only half-heartedly promoted by authorities.

Serbian president-elect accused of poll fraud

Serbian president-elect accused of poll fraud

Serbian president-elect Aleksandar Vucic's main poll rival accused the former premier Sunday of "scandalous irregularities" in the election which handed him victory earlier this month.

Intesa Sanpaolo expands corporate, investment banking in Qatar, UAE

Intesa Sanpaolo expands corporate, investment banking in Qatar, UAE

Intesa Sanpaolo has established two new branches in Abu Dhabi and Doha as it continues to strengthen its growing international network and increase its presence in the Arabian Gulf.