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Ambassador Ali Khalfan al-Mansouri.

Qatar has asserted that it efforts to...

Doha Oasis for Innovation concludes

As part of ‘Doha OIC Youth Capital 2019’ activities, the Ministry of...

Humax picks Jumbo Electronics as official distributor in Qatar

Humax, a leading gateway developer “dedicated to providing better...

Al Khor Mall celebrates ‘Festival of Flavours’

Al Khor Mall, situated on the northeast coast of Qatar, is holding...

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Ooredoo unveils enhanced VSAT Internet service for remote connectivity

Ooredoo, the region’s leading enabler of digital business innovation,...

Fahd Mohamed al-Qahtani signs a contract.

Qatar attends International City Planning Congress in Indonesia

Qatar, represented by the Ministry of Municipality and Environment...


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PM leaves for UN session and high-level meetings

Prime Minister Imran Khan left for New York yesterday morning to attend the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

This picture taken on Friday shows the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan,

Royal baby Archie awaited in S Africa for first official trip

Britain’s Prince Harry, his wife Meghan and baby Archie are expected in South Africa tomorrow to begin their first official tour as a family since their son’s birth in May. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will begin the 10-day trip in Cape Town

Corbyn: Tom Watson is the deputy leader of the party and I enjoy working with him.

Labour wrestles with Brexit, election plans

Britain’s main opposition party, Labour, opened its annual conference yesterday amid divisions over Brexit as deep as those in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservatives. “We’ll be setting out our plans to end the Brexit crisis, kickstart a Green Industrial Revolution


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A man walks on a street in the Egyptian capital Cairo

Dozens arrested in Egypt after rare anti-Sisi protests

Protests erupted overnight in Cairo and other Egyptian cities calling...

An Iranian fruit vendor adjusts his fruit shop in the Tajrish Bazaar in capital Tehran

Iran says it will destroy any aggressor

Iran's foreign minister on Saturday denounced renewed US sanctions...

Palestinian protesters run for cover from tear gas fired by Israeli forces during clashes  following

Troops injure Palestinian in northeast Ramallah

At least one farmer Palestinian was injured yesterday as Israeli...

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives to a memorial ceremony for late Israeli President

Israel's Netanyahu clings to power as coalition talks loom

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faced Israeli media headlines on...


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Paranoia written all over S&P 500 in struggle back to a record

The relentless drive into defensive stocks is a logical way to cope for investors beset all year by signs a recession is at hand. It’s also a tough way to set a fresh stock record. Buoyed by a supportive Federal Reserve and strong economic data, the S&P 500 climbed within points of an all-time high

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Pricey gold doesn’t mean fancy food for miners meeting in Denver

Bullion may be trading near a six-year high, but gold-mining executives keen to show they’re conscientious on costs were munching on potato salad instead of oysters at this week’s industry gathering in Denver.

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US fund managers gird for long trade war after FedEx slide

A profit warning and muted outlook from package delivery company FedEx Corp is prompting some high-profile fund managers to prepare for the trade war between the United States and China to last longer than many had originally anticipated.

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China’s mighty trade engine is stalling as negotiators seek deal

Leading indicators of China’s trade performance are pointing to a bad situation becoming worse, adding pressure on negotiators meeting with US counterparts this week to inch towards a deal that would stave off the arrival of yet more tariffs.

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‘China to work with Asia to secure world trade’

China will work with other Asian countries to safeguard international trade rules, as well as the monetary and financial order, according to its former central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan.

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When is change a ‘crisis’? Why climate terms matter

The discussion around changing weather is changing. Anodyne references to “climate change” and “global warming” are being scorned by those who think it’s time for more drastic talk, and action, on the environment. They prefer more urgent terminology in hopes that it translates to more urgent action.

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