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UN Secretary-General's Special Adviser on Libya, Stephanie Williams, meets with Qatar's ambassador i

The UN Secretary-General's Special...

HBKU college offers preview of contemporary Islamic Studies programme

The College of Islamic Studies (CIS) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University...

Fallen trees removed

The Ministry of Municipality, represented by the General Cleanliness...

Dr Fathy Saoud, first president of QF, passes away

The first president of Qatar Foundation, Dr Fathy Saoud – who played...

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AAB offering largest collection of SUVs in Qatar

Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Co (AAB), sole agents for Toyota in Qatar,...

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Ooredoo ONE proves popular with customers

Ooredoo has announced that more than 25,000 subscribers have already...


International
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A service member of the Ukrainian armed forces walks at combat positions near the line of separation

UK accuses Kremlin of trying to install pro-Russian leader in Ukraine

Britain on Saturday accused the Kremlin of seeking to install a pro-Russian leader in Ukraine, and said Russian intelligence officers had been in contact with a number of former Ukrainian politicians as part of plans for an invasion.

A cynomolgus monkey sits in a tree near Danville, Pennsylvania on Saturday. AFP/Pennsylvania State P

Lab monkeys found, killed after fleeing US road crash

Three monkeys have been found and killed after a truck carrying 100 primates to a laboratory crashed, allowing them to escape and triggering a police hunt.

Inmate Syed Naeem Shah, who serves life term and has been offered a scholarship by the Institute of

Pakistani convict tops high school exam, lands coveted scholarship

A Pakistani inmate serving a life sentence for murder in an overcrowded Karachi prison has won a scholarship for further study after taking one of the highest scores in the city’s higher secondary school exams last year.


Region
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Syrians flee their homes in the Ghwayran neighbourhood in the northern city of Hasakeh, on the third

Deadly fighting rages between IS and Kurdish forces in Syria

Fighting raged for a third day yesterday between the Islamic State...

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Deadly fighting between IS, Kurd forces in Syria

Fighting raged for a third day Saturday between the Islamic State...

A picture taken yesterday shows “The Enigma”, a 555.55 carat black diamond, at Sotheby’s in the Gulf

Black diamond, largest ever cut, goes on show in Dubai

The world’s largest known cut diamond went on public display for the...

Palestinian men barricade themselves on the roof of a house as Israeli police prepare to evict a fam

Palestinian threatens to burn home rather than be evicted

A Palestinian facing eviction by Israeli police from the flashpoint...


Business
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US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.

Yellen rebrands Biden agenda as ‘modern supply-side economics’

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Friday rebranded the Biden administration’s economic agenda as “modern supply-side economics,” using a Reagan-era phrase favoured by Republicans to assert that Democrats’ spending plans will boost the US economy’s productive capacity.

Pedestrians pass in front of a Kay Jewelers store in New York. A surge in diamond demand that began

There’s a buying frenzy in cheap and tiny diamonds

A surge in diamond demand that began in the early Covid lockdowns is showing no sign of easing, and now even the cheapest, smallest stones are getting caught up in a buying frenzy.

Morgan Stanley headquarters in New York. Morgan Stanley saw a plunge of more than 60% in its US rate

Morgan Stanley rates trading flop shows Wall Street’s Fed risk

Morgan Stanley saw a plunge of more than 60% in its US rates trading business last year, fuelled by a fourth-quarter flop in one of its most complex desks, as uncertainty about how the Federal Reserve would combat inflation wreaked havoc across Wall Street.

Tankers moored on the sea in Ulsan, South Korea (file). The country’s trade ministry has signed an a

Traders eye key talks that may boost Mideast oil to South Korea

Oil traders are turning their focus to a potential trade agreement between South Korea and some major Gulf producers that may reduce prices of Middle Eastern crude in the months to come.

Qatar Chamber first vice chairman Mohamed bin Towar al-Kuwari and Minister Lawrence Karanja held dis

Qatar Chamber, Kenyan minister discuss investment opportunities in agriculture, infrastructure

Officials of Qatar Chamber and the Kenyan Ministry of Industrialisation, Trade and Enterprise Development held a meeting in Doha to discuss investment opportunities in Kenya’s agriculture, industry, and infrastructure sectors.

Qatar among countries driving GCC female labour participation: IMF

Qatar among countries driving GCC female labour participation: IMF

Female participation in the GCC labour market increased by five percentage points during the last decade, driven by Qatar, Oman and the UAE, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said in a report.

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