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Education leaders need to adapt to the...

Summer delights from QNTC

The Qatar National Tourism Council (QNTC) has issued an infographic...

Ras Laffan Hospital plays key role in Covid-19 recoveries

Earlier last month, Hamad Medical Corporation's (HMC) Ras Laffan...

'US rejected in June 2017 Saudi plan to invade Qatar'

The blockading countries levelled unfounded charges against Qatar...

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New Mercedes-AMG GLE 53 4MATIC+ Coupé now available at NBK Automobiles showroom

Nasser Bin Khaled (NBK) Automobiles, the authorised general...

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Rescue workers look for survivors after a fire broke out in a hotel that was being used as a coronav

Seven die in fire at Covid-19 hotel facility in India

At least seven people died after a massive fire broke out at a hotel that was being used as a Covid-19 facility in India's southern Andhra Pradesh state early on Sunday, police said.

A man reads pre-election posters  in central Minsk

Belarus strongman faces female rival in tense presidential vote

Polls opened Sunday in Belarus as the ex-Soviet state holds a high-stakes presidential election with a female opposition candidate posing the greatest challenge yet to long-ruling strongman Alexander Lukashenko.

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Investigators find black boxes from plane crash

Investigators have recovered the “black box” flight recorders from an Air India Express plane that crashed in southern India killing at least 18 people, the aviation minister said yesterday.

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Lebanese protesters are pictured inside the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beirut yesterday, after p

Lebanese protesters storm ministry buildings as Beirut blast anger grows

Lebanese protesters stormed government ministries in Beirut and...

A teacher wearing a protective face mask gestures as Palestinian students sit in a classroom at a Un

Gaza children return to school despite virus fears

Hundreds of thousands of children returned to school in Gaza...

Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara, flanked by Ivorian Prime Minister Hamed Bakayoko, salutes d

Ivory Coast opposition claims third term for Ouattara would destabilise country

Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara’s decision to run for a third...

French rescuers search the Beirut port yesterday, three days after a massive blast shook the Lebanes

Rescuers scour Beirut blast zone as families await missing

Rescuers combed through the rubble of Beirut port yesterday in a...

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Indian Energy Exchange Ltd is in talks with strategic investors to sell a minority stake in its fled

Indian Energy Exchange plans gas venture stake sale: CEO

Indian Energy Exchange Ltd is in talks with strategic investors to sell a minority stake in its fledgling gas unit.

Bundles of Indonesian rupiah banknotes seen on a desk at a currency exchange office in Jakarta. Rupi

Indonesia bonds top Asia ranking despite monetisation fears

Indonesian sovereign debt beat all but two of its global peers in July, as a search for yield trumped concerns about the nation’s debt monetisation plan.

The People’s Bank of China headquarters (right) in the financial district of Beijing. China’s banks

PBoC’s attempt to exit crisis mode faces a $500bn test

China’s banks need about $500bn in fresh liquidity this month to roll over existing debt and buy government bonds, complicating the People’s Bank of China’s efforts to exit crisis measures.

An employee holds gold bars in the precious metals vault at Pro Aurum KG in Munich. Gold’s surge to

Gold wins over new buyers from pensions to private wealth

Gold’s surge to an all-time high is winning over a wider fan base of pension funds, insurance companies and private wealth specialists.

The International Finance Centre, left, and the International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong’s tallest b

Hong Kong’s richest family loses $8bn in a single year

If ever there was a bad time to own the biggest developer in the world’s most expensive real estate market, this would be it.

“I think it would be a big mistake if individual businesses would start to drive their political age

Nokia’s CEO outlines a neutral stance in superpower tech wars

Nokia Oyj chief executive officer Pekka Lundmark said the Finnish networks maker plans to stand clear of geopolitics as the technology industry increasingly is thrust into trade and political conflicts.


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


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