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Traffic diversion for 42 days on Izghawa Interchange

Traffic diversion for 42 days on Izghawa Interchange

The Public Works Authority, Ashghal, will implement a temporary traffic diversion for 42 days from Thursday on Izghawa Interchange on Al Shamal Road ...

Protest in Hong Kong

Protest in Hong Kong

A poster depicting Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the Japanese wartime imperial flag is taped next to the feet of a “comfort woman” statue before a protest to mark the 86th anniversary of the ‘Mukden Incident’ in Hong Kong.

Qatar rejects 'all forms of fanaticism, extremism', says FM

Qatar rejects 'all forms of fanaticism, extremism', says FM

Reiterating Qatar's stance on terrorism, HE the Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani declared on Sunday that the state believes in the “absolute rejection of all forms of fanaticism and extremism.”

Diyas storms to first title in Japan

Diyas storms to first title in Japan

Kazakhstan’s Zarina Diyas overpowered local favourite Miyu Kato 6-2, 7-5 in the Japan Women’s Open final yesterday to capture her first WTA tour title.

Belgium shatter Aussie dream, face France in final

Belgium shatter Aussie dream, face France in final

Australia’s hopes of reaching a first Davis Cup final in 14 years were shattered yesterday when Belgium fought back from an overnight deficit to win their semi-final 3-2 and set-up a title showdown with neighbours France.

PM opens controversial Narmada dam project

PM opens controversial Narmada dam project

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated India’s biggest dam yesterday, ignoring warnings from environment groups that hundreds of thousands of people will lose their livelihoods.

‘Buy Local Products’ exhibition opens

‘Buy Local Products’ exhibition opens

Some 60 local companies, including those in the energy, water and recycling market sector, are taking part in the 3rd edition of the ‘Buy Local Products’ exhibition, which opened on Sunday at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre.

Opec said to discuss extending cuts by more than 3 months

Opec said to discuss extending cuts by more than 3 months

Opec and its allies are discussing extending by more than three months the oil production cuts that expire in March 2018, potentially prolonging them well into the second half of next year in an effort to boost prices, according to people familiar with the matter.

Crude oil price recovers on upbeat industry report

Crude oil price recovers on upbeat industry report

Commodities traded flat on the week as a third weekly gain in energy was offset by profit-taking in metals, both precious and industrial.

Students mark digital exposure at Commercial Bank

Students mark digital exposure at Commercial Bank

Commercial Bank has announced that the “Young Bankers” have successfully completed the fourth annual Summer Internship Programme.

Koala survives 16km drive trapped under Aussie SUV

Koala survives 16km drive trapped under Aussie SUV

A koala survived a 16km road trip in Australia clinging to the axle of a four wheel drive vehicle, before the driver stopped and heard the cries of the traumatised animal.

Newspapers: Emir's tour a success for Qatari Diplomacy

Newspapers: Emir's tour a success for Qatari Diplomacy

Qatari daily newspapers underlined that HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani's European tour, which included Turkey, Germany and France, affirmed the success of Qatari diplomacy ...