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Qatar reaffirms its support to organ donation efforts

Qatar reaffirms its support to organ donation efforts

HE the Minister of Public Health Dr Hanan Mohamed al-Kuwari explained that Qatar has established an effective record of organ donors after death.

HMC launches blood and organ donation campaign

HMC launches blood and organ donation campaign

The campaign was formally launched by HMC and the Al Faisal Without Borders Foundation (Alf). It was opened by Alf founder and chairman HE Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim al-Thani at City Center Doha.

Thais bid final goodbye to late King Bhumibol

Thais bid final goodbye to late King Bhumibol

A solemn but colour-splashed procession streamed through Bangkok’s historic heart yesterday as Thailand bade farewell to King Bhumibol Adulyadej in an elaborate, ritual-laden funeral that gripped a nation mourning the loss of its chief unifying figure.

QRCS wheat project benefits Syrian families

QRCS wheat project benefits Syrian families

Some 17,697 families (88,485 people) of farmers in eight Syrian governorates have benefited from a Qatar Red Crescent (QRCS) development project, which aims to support wheat crop growing in the war-torn country.

New car models set to attract Qatar Motor Show visitors

New car models set to attract Qatar Motor Show visitors

The seventh edition of the Qatar Motor Show (QMS), themed ‘Driving to Innovation,’ is all set to showcase 110 automotive vehicles at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (DECC) from Tuesday.

Qatar launches world’s first academy on organ donation

Qatar launches world’s first academy on organ donation

Qatar has launched the Doha International Academy for organ Donation (DIAOD), world’s first international academy of organ donation, at the Doha International Forum for Organ Donation on Sunday.

China’s Xi pledges to support Myanmar talks

China’s Xi pledges to support Myanmar talks

Chinese President Xi Jinping promised to support Myanmar’s peace process yesterday as he met with the country’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi in Beijing ahead of historic talks with armed groups near the countries’ troubled joint border.

Hospital in Kashmir filled with beating, shooting victims

Hospital in Kashmir filled with beating, shooting victims

More than 40 days of clashes between protesters and security forces have overwhelmed the main hospital in Indian-administered Kashmir, where some patients with severe injuries said they had been beaten in their homes by troops.

‘Horrendous’jail visit for Jazeera journalist’s parents

‘Horrendous’jail visit for Jazeera journalist’s parents

The parents of Australian Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste have visited their son in jail...