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50 healthcare professionals attend WHO workshop

As part of Doha Healthcare Week, a seven-day community festival...

Alfardan Automobiles delivers first batch of new X5 to BMW customers

Following its official Middle East premiere at the Qatar Motor Show...

Ooredoo hosts conference on cybersecurity solutions

Ooredoo yesterday announced that it saw “strong success” during a...

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Diabetes Day observed

The Public Prosecution has observed World Diabetes Day through a...

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Entrepreneur offers students tips on startups

American entrepreneur Dr Stafford Sheehan visited Texas A&M at Qatar...


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‘Tête d’Arlequin’ by Pablo Picasso

Stolen Picasso resurfaces in Romania six years later

A painting believed to be ‘Tête d’Arlequin’ by Pablo Picasso stolen in 2012 from Rotterdam’s Kunsthal museum has turned up in Romania, prosecutors said on Sunday.

Members of the armed forces arrest Central African MP Alfred Yekatom aka "Rambo"

Central African war crimes suspect "Rambo" handed to global court

A war crimes suspect wanted for alleged murder, deportation and torture of Muslims in the Central African Republic has been handed over to the International Criminal Court in the Hague, the tribunal said.

Vets take an X-ray of a leg of Phoolkali, a female elephant, at the Wildlife SOS Elephant Hospital

India's first elephant hospital cheers animal activists, draws tourists

At India's first hospital for elephants, opened last week in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, 49-year old Asha placed her left foreleg on a stool for a doctor to attend to an injury while visitors filmed it all on their mobile phones.


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Anti-IS coalition raids kill 43 in eastern Syria

US-led coalition air strikes yesterday killed 43 people, mostly...

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Yemenis divided by war share hope for peace

Divided by war, one thing unites Yemenis in rebel-held Sanaa and...

Israeli forces fired teargas

Head of Palestinian journalists among others injured by Israeli army attack

The head of the Palestinian Journalists Syndicate Nasser Abu Baker...

Smoke rises from al Yarmouk valley in Quneitra, Syria

Anti-IS coalition raids kill 43 in east Syria: monitor

Air strikes by the US-led coalition Saturday killed 43 people, mostly...


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Business Continuity Conference on Tuesday

The ‘2nd Business Continuity and Resilience Conference’ will be held on Tuesday entitled “Towards a Reliable Economy,” ..

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KPMG suspended in Oman as woes spread from UK to South Africa

KPMG has been suspended from taking on new audit work in Oman, adding to the list of countries where the accounting firm is facing scrutiny.

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Emirates NBD said to delay dollar bond as bank balks at rates

Emirates NBD is holding off from selling a benchmark dollar bond after Dubai’s biggest bank refused to pay higher rates for the debt, people with knowledge of the matter said.

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Rouhani sees Iran, Iraq expanding trade despite US sanctions fallout

Iran and Iraq could raise their annual bilateral trade to $20bn from the current level of $12bn, President Hassan Rouhani said yesterday, despite concerns over the economic impact of renewed US sanctions.

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Brexiteers bet UK can defy gravity in post-divorce trade

The UK’s hard-line Brexit backers are making their move. If they get their way on new trade arrangements, they’ll face a test of gravity.

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Modi is said to enlist Tata for Jet Airways rescue ahead of vote

The interests of India’s government and the nation’s biggest conglomerate are converging over a teetering airline.

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