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MoECC specialists with the three rescued baby dugongs

The Ministry of Environment and Climate...

Old buildings demolished

Al Rayyan Municipality, in co-operation with the Mechanical Equipment...

Qatar National Museum to host exhibition on nomads' lives

Qatar Museums will hold on October 27 at Qatar National Museum an...

DI welcomes first cohort of PhD sudies programme

Doha Institute for Graduate Studies (DI ) organised an orientation...

Prof Khalid al-Ansari, Haya al-Ghanimi

Sidra Medicine joins QRDI Council’s Qatar Open Innovation Programme

Qatar Research, Development, and Innovation (QRDI) Council, in...

Dr Talal bin Abdullah al-Emadi

QU College of Law starts new academic year

The College of Law at Qatar University (QU) has started the new...

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Russia shells Ukraine power plant again

Ukraine said yesterday that renewed Russian shelling had damaged three radiation sensors and hurt a worker at the Zaporizhzhia power plant, in the second hit in consecutive days on Europe’s largest nuclear facility.


Austrian scientists race to reveal melting glaciers’ secrets

Jumping from rock to rock to rock over a creek formed off Austria’s Jamtal glacier, scientist Andrea Fischer worries that precious scientific data will be irreversibly lost as the snow and ice melt faster than ever.

‘Little hope’

‘Little hope’ of saving stranded beluga whale

Hopes of saving a malnourished beluga whale that has swum up the Seine river were receding yesterday, as rescuers said they were in a race against the clock to find a solution.

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Islamic Jihad agrees Gaza truce with Israel to end conflict

Islamic Jihad fighters yesterday agreed terms of an Egyptian-brokered...

Air strikes in Gaza

Air strikes, rocket attacks pound Gaza in second day of fighting

Israeli aircraft struck in Gaza yesterday, a day after an Israeli...


‘Enough!’: Exhausted Gazans again under fire

With empty streets and drawn curtains, Gaza feels like a ghost town....

Supporters of Iraqi populist leader Moqtada al-Sadr gather for Friday prayers at Grand Festivities S

Tens of thousands gather in show of force by Iraq’s Sadr

Tens of thousands attended mass prayers yesterday in Baghdad’s Green...

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Containers stacked at Lianyungang port, in China’s eastern Jiangsu province. Exports have been one o

China’s exports gain steam though outlook remains uncertain

China’s export growth unexpectedly picked up speed in July, offering an encouraging boost to the economy as its struggles to recover from a Covid-induced slump, but weakening global demand could start to drag on shipments in coming months.

People wearing protective masks cross a street outside a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur (file). Malay

Malaysia says global recession fears may impact its growth outlook

Malaysia’s economic outlook could be hurt by pessimism in the global economy even as officials keep to current domestic projections for growth, Finance Minister Zafrul Aziz said.

The Federal Reserve building in Washington, DC. The wild ride that bond traders have been on is far

Bond traders on collision course with Fed over longer-term view

The wild ride that bond traders have been on is far from over as market expectations for the longer-term path of Federal Reserve monetary policy appear at odds with the central bank’s own view.

The front facade of the New York Stock Exchange. A rally in US stocks that has powered on despite sc

Inflation data may seal fate of unloved US stock rally

A rally in US stocks that has powered on despite scepticism from Wall Street faces a reality check in the coming week, as key inflation data threatens to shut the door on expectations of a dovish shift from the Federal Reserve.


Qamco posts H1 net profit of QR611mn

Qatar Aluminium Manufacturing Company (Qamco), a 50% joint venture partner in Qatar Aluminium Company (Qatalum), has reported a net profit of QR611mn with earnings-per-share of QR0.11 for the first six months of 2022.

Cars drive past the building of the Qatar Central Bank in Doha.

QCB foreign currency reserves rise to QR211.325bn in July

The foreign currency reserves and liquidity of the Qatar Central Bank (QCB) increased by 2.79% to reach QR211.325bn in July compared to QR205.575bn in July 2021.


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