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Upgrading works completed on Al Jazira Al Arabiya Street

The Public Works Authority (Ashghal)...

Ehteraz made mandatory by more outlets

Another retail chain has made it mandatory for customers to download...

FM receives call from Serbian counterpart

HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh...

Inspection of food facilities

Al Rayyan Municipality’s Health Control Department conducted 1,025...

Paper Recycling

LuLu, Elite Paper Recycling promote recycled cartons

Elite Paper Recycling (EPR), in co-operation with LuLu Hypermarket,...


Vodafone links 57 Al Waab compounds with Giganet Fibre

Residents living in the densely populated area of Al Waab can now...

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Mumbai escapes brunt of Cyclone Nisarga

Coronavirus-hit Mumbai appeared to escape the worst of Cyclone Nisarga yesterday as the first severe storm to threaten India’s financial capital in more than 70 years left it largely unscathed after ripping roofs off buildings in nearby coastal towns.


France urges calm after tense protest over black man’s death

The French government yesterday vowed to punish any police racism and urged calm after thousands took to the streets in a tense rally remembering the death of a black man in police custody that echoed anger over the killing of George Floyd in the United States.


Italy leads Europe reopening international borders

Italy yesterday led European nations reopening borders as the continent slowly emerged from quarantines to restart battered economies after the coronavirus pandemic.

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Iranians shop the capital Tehran yesterday during the coronavirus pandemic. Iran today lamented that

Virus on rise again in Iran with over 3,000 cases for third day

The spread of novel coronavirus has accelerated again this month in...


Iran bemoans indiscipline as virus cases crest again

Iran yesterday lamented that people were ignoring social distancing...

Iyad mother

Palestinian family mourns autistic son killed by police

Iyad Hallak, a 32-year-old Palestinian man with autism, passed...


Lebanese food aid drive underlines pain of nation’s economic collapse

As Lebanon’s debilitating economic crisis drags on, Lebanese whose...

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Covid-19 hampers key flight data that enhances weather forecasts

The global aviation industry has been facing the worst peacetime crisis following the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic early this year.

Alex Macheras

Here’s why most airlines will not social-distance passengers

Since the outbreak of Covid-19, many governments implemented strict social distancing requirements to help limit the spread of the virus.


Air cargo demand plummets, but capacity disappears even faster

The demand for global air freight dropped 27.7% in April compared to the same period in 2019 — the sharpest fall ever recorded, International Air Transport Association said yesterday.

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S Korean govt plans $29bn virus stimulus

The South Korean government yesterday proposed its biggest stimulus package yet as it seeks to prop up an economy dragged down by the coronavirus pandemic.


Australia confirms end to longest boom as fires, pandemic destroy growth

Australia’s economy has fallen into recession, the country’s treasurer said yesterday, after data showed gross domestic product fell last quarter as entire business sectors were closed to fight the coronavirus.


Recovery hope fires fresh rally in Asian equities

Growing optimism about the global economic recovery pushed equity markets even higher yesterday as investors took heart from a further easing of lockdowns and looked past China-US tensions and civil unrest across America.


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Iran says the downing of the Ukrainian jet near Tehran was a ‘disastrous mistake’.


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