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Qatar to be a major beneficiary of pipeline gas exports in Mideast: GECF

Qatar to be a major beneficiary of pipeline gas exports in Mideast: GECF

Qatar will be among the major beneficiaries of pipeline gas exports in the Mideast region, whose combined output will reach 60 billion cubic metres (bcm) by 2040, the Doha-based Gas Exporting Countries Forum has said in a report.

Pakistan’s economy growing but risks remain, says study

Pakistan’s economy growing but risks remain, says study

Pakistan’s growth is holding after an economic revival but the economy is still facing some risks and vulnerabilities, says a new report.

Qatar Post continues to offer new services in challenge to siege impacts

Qatar Post continues to offer new services in challenge to siege impacts

Chairman and Managing Director of Qatar Post Faleh Mohammed Al Nuaimi said that the State of Qatar's National Day signifies the country's unity and independence.

Qatar to deepen venture capital financing for SMEs

Qatar to deepen venture capital financing for SMEs

Qatar seeks to deepen venture capital financing for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), including startups, while looking to develop the regulatory framework to support capital market renminbi (RMB) and Islamic RMB products.

US soccer chief Gulati to step down

US soccer chief Gulati to step down

United States Soccer Federation chief Sunil Gulati said Monday he will not seek re-election next year as the fallout from the USA’s failure to qualify for the World Cup claimed another victim.

Colombia congress clears tribunals for ex-Farc rebels

Colombia congress clears tribunals for ex-Farc rebels

Colombia’s lower house of congress has backed a bill to regulate transitional justice under the nation’s peace deal with Marxist Farc rebels, including special tribunals that will try guerrilla leaders for war crimes.

Connecting the dots

Connecting the dots

Chimpanzees adjust their warning calls if they think a fellow primate hasn’t picked up on a nearby threat, a new study finds.

Protests grow as the military stays silent

Protests grow as the military stays silent

Thousands more protesters massed in Pakistan’s major cities yesterday after attempts to disperse a rally in Islamabad ended in deadly violence, with the military hesitant to respond to a government appeal for help.

Yemen port, airport to reopen to aid: Saudi-led coalition

Yemen port, airport to reopen to aid: Saudi-led coalition

The coalition said it would reopen Hodeida port to receive "urgent humanitarian and relief materials" and Sanaa airport to UN aircraft from midday on Thursday.

Three shot dead in clashes as Kenyan opposition leader returns

Three shot dead in clashes as Kenyan opposition leader returns

Raila Odinga won an unprecedented court victory overturning the result of the August 8 presidential poll, leading to a rerun last month that he then boycotted.

VCUarts Qatar to display Iraqi artists’ works

VCUarts Qatar to display Iraqi artists’ works

An exhibition titled ‘City Limits’ by emerging Iraqi artists Sajjad Abbas and Laith K Daer will take place at the Gallery at Virginia Commonwealth School of the Arts in Qatar (VCUarts Qatar) from today until December 9.