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117 new Covid-19 cases, 135 recoveries Friday in Qatar

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) reported Friday 79 new confirmed...

Sixth Qatari plane carrying humanitarian aid arrives in Kabul

The sixth Qatari plane carrying humanitarian aid provided by Qatar...

Qatar Airways joins ICAO Global Coalition for Sustainable Aviation

Qatar Airways on Friday announced its participation on the Global...

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Posters, meetings mark start of Shura poll drive

Campaigning for the Shura Council election has started around Qatar...

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Qatar partakes in meeting of GCC Ministerial Council

Qatar participated yesterday in the 149th session of the Ministerial...


International
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Former South African president Jacob Zuma.

S Africa’s top court stands by order to jail Zuma

South Africa’s highest court yesterday stood by its order to imprison Jacob Zuma, accusing the former president of “litigious skullduggery” in a scathing ruling that accused him of undermining the courts.

Special forces commander Mamady Doumbouya, who ousted President Alpha Conde meets Ivory Coast’s Pres

West African leaders push Guinea strongman on swift elections

West African leaders met Guinean coup leader Colonel Mamady Doumbouya in the capital Conakry yesterday, where they pushed for elections within six months, but apparently failed to receive firm commitments.

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10,000 migrants packed under Texas bridge

More than 10,000 undocumented migrants, many of them Haitians, are being held under a bridge in Texas yesterday, US officials said, piling new pressure on President Joe Biden’s immigration policy.


Region
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People queuing to cross into Tunisia through the Libyan Ras Jdeir border crossing yesterday.

Libya-Tunisia border reopens after 2 months

Tunisia and Libya opened their shared border yesterday, two months...

President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo

Somalia accuses Djibouti of detaining its security official

Somalia’s president accused Djibouti yesterday of unlawfully...

A view shows burnt trees after wildfire in Ain Draham in Jendouba, Tunisia.

Tunisian wildfires scorch poor region’s cork industry

For cork collector Khaled Warhani, the wildfires that devastated part...

A picture taken at the Al-Hol camp, which holds relatives of suspected Islamic State (IS) group figh

Syria ‘bleak’ with violence upsurge, economic woes: UN

The upsurge in violence in Syria, combined with its plummeting...


Business
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IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva makes remarks during a closing news conference during the

IMF chief risks weakened authority after the China-linked investigation

Kristalina Georgieva risks seeing her authority as head of the International Monetary Fund undermined just weeks before an annual meeting of global finance chiefs, after being accused of influencing a report in China’s favour when she worked at the World Bank.

Police officers look at people gathering at the Evergrande headquarters in Shenzhen. China injected

China adds $14bn cash as Evergrande pain roils markets

China injected more cash into its banking system in a sign authorities are seeking to avert a funding squeeze amid a seasonal rise in financing demand and the intensifying debt crisis at China Evergrande.

A security person stands in front of the Mahshahr petrochemical plant in Khuzestan province, some 10

Iran petrochemical, fuel sales boom as sanctions hit crude

Iranian fuel and petrochemical exports have boomed in recent years despite stringent US sanctions, leaving Iran well placed to expand sales swiftly in Asia and Europe if Washington lifts its curbs, trading sources and officials said.

QSE

Foreign funds’ buying interests lift QSE, index settles 0.73% higher

The foreign funds’ sustained buying interests lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange this week, which saw the bourse outline its efforts to advance environment, social and governance agenda to better attract global investors.

The United Arab Emirates central bank is studying ways to replace the local interbank rate, three so

‘UAE central bank working to replace interbank rates’

The United Arab Emirates central bank is studying ways to replace the local interbank rate, three sources said, as it tries to catch up with global regulators who have called time on such benchmarks after banks’ attempts to rig them.

A woman cries as she and other people gather at the Evergrande headquarters in Shenzhen, southeaster

Evergrande market fallout grows as local unit halts bond trading

Intensifying concern over the impact of a China Evergrande Group default is rippling through the nation’s financial markets.

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