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DHFC launches digital raffle draw in partnership with QNTC

Doha Festival City (DHFC) on Saturday...

Doha Institute appoints Mariam Al-Misnad as Executive Director

Doha Institute for Graduate Studies (DI) has appointed Mariam bint...

734 to face prosecution for violating Covid-19 measures

The designated authorities on Saturday referred 734 people to the...

Maximum fee hike in schools is 2%, says education ministry

Only 8% of the applications from private schools for a fee hike have...

Dr Souhaila al-Khodor (Front, right) along with her team.

QF researcher develops first salivary microbiome composition of Qatari population

A top researcher from Sidra Medicine, part of Qatar Foundation (QF),...

In light of the global challenges posed by the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19), Qatar has calle

Qatar calls for equitable distribution of vaccines

In light of the global challenges posed by the spread of the...

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Myanmar citizens living in India shout slogans as they burn a poster of Myanmar's army chief Senior

Myanmar asks India to return 8 police who fled across border

Authorities in Myanmar have asked India to return several police officers who have sought refuge to avoid taking orders from a military junta that seized power in the Southeast Asian country last month, an official in northeast India said on Saturday.


Disneyland, other California theme parks, stadiums could reopen April 1

California health officials set new rules on Friday that would allow Disneyland and other theme parks, stadiums and outdoor entertainment venues to reopen as early as April 1, after a closure of nearly a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

American Airlines flight 718, the first US Boeing 737 MAX commercial flight since regulators lifted

American Air 737 MAX declared emergency after engine shutdown, lands safely

American Airlines Co said on Friday that a Boeing 737 MAX bound for New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport declared an emergency after the captain shut down one engine over a possible mechanical issue.

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An Iraqi woman offers Pope Francis a bouquet of flowers upon his arrival at the Syro-Catholic Cathed

Pope urges Iraqis to give peace a chance

Pope Francis, making the first trip by a pontiff to Iraq, made an...

Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah

Amir of Kuwait departs for US for medical tests

His Highness the Amir of the State of Kuwait Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad...

A vendor prepares burgers at Radical Barbecue, a food stand, at Al Aali Mall amid the coronavirus di

Food trucks park for free in Bahrain mall to ease Covid-19 finances

A mall in Bahrain has been letting food trucks and stalls feeling the...

File photo shows colleagues of Palestinian nurse Razan al-Najar, who was killed during a protest at

ICC prosecutor set to probe war crimes in Palestinian Territories

The International Criminal Court prosecutor said yesterday her office...

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A screen displays stock figures outside the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The Hang Seng index closed dow

Asia bourses track Wall Street losses as rate hike fears grow

Asian markets fell further yesterday after Federal Reserve boss Jerome Powell failed to soothe fears of a surge in inflation fuelled by the expected global economic recovery, which many warn could force the central bank to hike interest rates earlier than thought.

Chinese premier Li Keqiang speaks at the opening session of the National People’s Congress (NPC) at

China’s modest growth target signals policy shift from the world

China’s government set a conservative economic growth target for this year, shifting its focus from recovery mode to longer-term challenges like reining in debt and reducing technological dependence on the US.

An employee reviews paperwork at the Gifts For You company warehouse in Woodridge, Illinois. US econ

US job growth surges past estimates; unemployment rate dips to 6.2% in Feb

US employers added more jobs than forecast in February and the unemployment rate declined, suggesting the labour market is clawing its way forward again following several disappointing months.

A lone pedestrian walks through the Porta Nuova business district in Milan. Surging ethical debt sal

Booming ESG debt helps spur record European bond sales

Surging ethical debt sales are helping to fuel the best-ever start to a year in Europe’s market for new bonds.

A worker uses a special tool to remove red hot gold ingots from their moulds in the foundry at the J

Gold bulls lose steam for now as yields trump inflation bet

Gold has in little over two months gone from being a favoured reflation bet to heading for its worst first quarter in almost four decades.


Credit Suisse winds down $10bn Greensill-linked funds

Credit Suisse said yesterday it is winding down its $10bn supply chain finance funds, which were mostly invested in notes backed by speciality finance firm Greensill.


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