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Danish submarine owner 'does not say how journalist died'

Danish submarine owner 'does not say how journalist died'

A Danish inventor accused of murdering Swedish journalist Kim Wall on board his submarine did not say she died from carbon monoxide poisoning, police said on Wednesday, correcting an earlier statement.

Community College to be reorganised

Community College to be reorganised

His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani yesterday issued Emiri Decision No 19 of 2017 on reorganising the Community College of Qatar (CCQ).

Qatar businesses eye investments in Bangladesh pharma industry

Qatar businesses eye investments in Bangladesh pharma industry

A number of Qatari businessmen discussed investment opportunities in Bangladesh’s pharmaceutical industry during a seminar organised by the Bangladesh embassy in Doha.

Rwanda says fall armyworms damage 17% of maize crop

Rwanda says fall armyworms damage 17% of maize crop

Rwanda said yesterday that crop-devouring caterpillars known as fall armyworms had damaged 17% of its maize crop and the military had joined the fight to halt their spread.

Qatar’s al-Mohannadi hits out at FIFA ban

Qatar’s al-Mohannadi hits out at FIFA ban

A senior Qatari official who recently overturned a one-year FIFA ban said yesterday the case against him was “political” and may stand again for the all-powerful FIFA Council.

Life is hard for S Sudan refugees in Uganda

Life is hard for S Sudan refugees in Uganda

Alongside economic hardships, Kampala’s South Sudanese population have to deal with occasionally frosty locals

Google, Facebook show tech dismay on Trump’s new immigration order

Google, Facebook show tech dismay on Trump’s new immigration order

Alphabet Inc’s Google asked staffers who may have been affected by a new executive order on immigration to return to the US quickly, joining a growing number of technology executives voicing concerns over restrictions that could interfere with how they do business.

Border wall won’t just happen by presidential decree

Border wall won’t just happen by presidential decree

US President Donald Trump is now scrambling to honour the multiple campaign promises that he would execute on “day one” of his presidency. On day five, Trump signalled that action is afoot to build a border wall. Don’t expect dirt to fly anytime soon.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher welcome second child

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher welcome second child

Actors Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher announced the birth of their second child together, a spokeswoman for Kunis confirmed on Thursday.

Dubai airport passenger traffic up 6.1% in Aug

Dubai airport passenger traffic up 6.1% in Aug

Passenger traffic through Dubai International Airport, the world’s busiest for international travel, rose 6.1% from a year earlier to a record 7.73mn people in August, the airport’s operator said yesterday.

Sri Lanka seeks spiritual help to reduce accidents

Sri Lanka seeks spiritual help to reduce accidents

Sri Lanka's police sought spiritual help from Buddhist clergy on Monday to bless an accident-prone highway in a country that has some of the world's most dangerous roads.

Australia rejects Rudd’s bid to become UN chief

Australia rejects Rudd’s bid to become UN chief

Australia refused yesterday to back former prime minister Kevin Rudd’s bid to be the next secretary general of the United Nations, saying that he was not suited to the job.