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Protest in Sudan against rising bread prices

Protest in Sudan against rising bread prices

Police fired tear gas on Saturday at groups of students protesting in a central Sudanese town against soaring bread prices, witnesses said, as opposition parties called for anti-government demonstrations.

Fifty One East hosts preview of Bridal Fall 2018 collection

Fifty One East hosts preview of Bridal Fall 2018 collection

Fifty One East welcomed its clientele last week for a three-day exclusive Zuhair Murad Bridal Fall 18 collection preview.

Bonus data on the occasion of National Day

Bonus data on the occasion of National Day

Ooredoo has announced that in celebration of Qatar National Day (QND) on December 18, all customers who recharge their data, Hala Flexi, or subscribe to an Endless Internet Pack, will receive 18GB of local data free.

India’s stocks are expensive but still beat bonds: Goldman

India’s stocks are expensive but still beat bonds: Goldman

India’s stocks, the most expensive in Asia, might still be a better bet than the country’s bonds heading into next year amid a forecast for earnings growth approaching 20%.

Opec sees evidence of oil market moving to balance

Opec sees evidence of oil market moving to balance

Oil prices have risen in recent months, after both Opec and non-Opec countries struck a landmark deal at the end of last year to cut back production to combat a global oil glut.

Katara is cultural partner of National Black Tree drive

Katara is cultural partner of National Black Tree drive

The Al Shabhana Environmental Association has launched a campaign titled ‘Qatar’s National Black Tree’, of which Katara – the Cultural Village Foundation is the cultural partner.

Commercial Bank unveils National Day campaign prizes

Commercial Bank unveils National Day campaign prizes

Commercial Bank has launched a one-off special promotion for new savers with 36 exclusive prizes to be won for customers to enjoy Qatar National Day in style and luxury.

Italian premier’s visit to focus on economic co-operation

Italian premier’s visit to focus on economic co-operation

The visit of Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni to Qatar today will focus on enhancing the economic and commercial co-operation between the two countries, Italian ambassador Pasquale Salzano has said.

Stephens marvels at money and the journey to glory

Stephens marvels at money and the journey to glory

Worries didn’t end for Sloane Stephens after winning her first Grand Slam title Saturday at the US Open, recalling the fabulous photographs of past champions she admired along the hallways of Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Maldives under UN scrutiny for blogger’s death

Maldives under UN scrutiny for blogger’s death

More than 30 Western countries called on the Maldives at the UN Human Rights Council yesterday to investigate thoroughly the death of a prominent blogger and to guarantee space for activists and political opposition.

Thousands at Stockholm 'Lovefest' vigil against terror

Thousands at Stockholm 'Lovefest' vigil against terror

More than 20,000 people stood united against terrorism Sunday at a ‘Lovefest’ vigil in Stockholm, two days after a truck attack on a busy pedestrian street killed four people.

Rabada, Philander dismantle Sri Lanka

Rabada, Philander dismantle Sri Lanka

Kagiso Rabada and Vernon Philander took four wickets each as South Africa bowled out Sri Lanka for 110 and took total control on the second day of the second Test at Newlands yesterday.