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Sutton faces tough road ahead to get Chinese on track

Sutton faces tough road ahead to get Chinese on track

‘It’s like the football is here in England. The money there is in the provinces, so they want to ride for the provinces in the China Games, the rewards are massive’

Saudi Aramco shuts Jeddah refinery indefinitely

Saudi Aramco shuts Jeddah refinery indefinitely

State oil giant Saudi Aramco has shut down its 90,000 barrel per day crude oil refinery in Jeddah indefinitely, industry sources familiar with the matter said on Sunday.

Bomb plot foiled ahead of Asean summit: police

Bomb plot foiled ahead of Asean summit: police

A militant plot to bomb a Manila shopping mall as US President Donald Trump and other world leaders arrived in the city for a summit has been foiled, Philippine police said yesterday.

Strong buying interest in telecom shares boosts Qatar bourse

Strong buying interest in telecom shares boosts Qatar bourse

Strong buying especially in telecom on Thursday instilled bullish momentum on the Qatar Stock Exchange.

Diversion on Al Khor's Coastal Road for 18 months

Diversion on Al Khor's Coastal Road for 18 months

The closure has been implemented in co-ordination with the General Directorate of Traffic, according to a statement from Ashghal.

Qatar reaffirms its support for Palestinian people

Qatar reaffirms its support for Palestinian people

Qatar has reaffirmed its support to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) saying it will continue to provide assistance to the Palestinian people.

Emir honours al-Kuwari

Emir honours al-Kuwari

His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani has awarded HE Dr Hamad bin Abdulaziz al-Kuwari, adviser at the Emiri Diwan, the Hamad bin Khalifa Sash in recognition of his role in serving the country and his honourable representation of the State of Qatar in international cultural forums, es

Afghanistan mosque attacks condemned

Afghanistan mosque attacks condemned

Qatar has strongly condemned the attacks that targeted mosques in Afghanistan and resulted in a number of deaths and injuries.

Nepal leader slams PM for record 64-member cabinet

Nepal leader slams PM for record 64-member cabinet

Nepal’s main opposition leader and CPN-UML chief K P Oli has strongly objected to Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba’s move to induct eight more ministers that took his cabinet strength to a record 64, calling it a violation of the election code.

Iron ore prices rally as China imports bust 100mn tonne level

Iron ore prices rally as China imports bust 100mn tonne level

Iron ore imports by China surged above 100mn metric tonnes to a record, smashing the previous high set in 2015, as the country’s concerted push to clean up the environment stoked demand for higher-grade material from overseas while hurting local mine supply.

Two tigers rescued from Aleppo find new Dutch home

Two tigers rescued from Aleppo find new Dutch home

Two tigers rescued from an abandoned zoo in the war-torn Syrian town of Aleppo are to be given a new home in a Dutch sanctuary, the animal refuge said Friday.

Ooredoo to host breast cancer awareness event

Ooredoo to host breast cancer awareness event

Ooredoo, Qatar Cancer Society (QCS), and KidzMondo have teamed up to host a special breast cancer awareness event today and tomorrow at Mall of Qatar.