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Mada Center receives membership of World Wide Web Consortium

Mada Center has received the membership of World Wide Web Consortium...

HRC working group adopts Qatar report

Qatar has asserted that it efforts to protect human rights stem from...

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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'Downton Abbey' reigns over 'Ad Astra,' 'Rambo: Last Blood' with $31 million debut

In a box office win fit for a queen, Focus Features' ‘Downton Abbey’ ruled over the competition in North America.

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Majority of Filipinos approve government drug war, survey finds

A large majority of Filipinos remain satisfied with the government's controversial anti-drug campaign, a survey has shown, despite the killings of thousands of suspected drug suspects drawing criticism ...

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Tribal clashes in South Sudan leave 11 dead

Eleven people were killed and 14 wounded in South Sudan overnight to Sunday during tribal clashes over contested land, an official told dpa.

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Workers are seen at the damaged site of Saudi Aramco oil facility in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia

Iran to present plan for Gulf security at UN General Assembly this week

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will present a plan for creating...

President Hassan Rouhani (R) chairing a cabinet meeting in the capital Tehran on September 18.

Iran accuses foreign forces of raising Gulf 'insecurity'

President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday denounced the presence of foreign...

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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...

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UK group Thomas Cook battles for survival ahead of deadline

The British government has plans in place to bring home stranded holidaymakers if Thomas Cook goes out of business, an event that would likely spark chaotic scenes at resorts and airports around the world.


Global mining industry seeks to polish tarnished reputation

The global mining industry is increasingly showing a commitment towards greater respect for human rights and the environment, but is accused of wanting to improve its reputation without seeking real progress.


Stage set for Swiss franc rally as SNB saves policy ammunition

Currency traders may have a green light to push the franc higher after the Swiss National Bank refrained from joining global central banks in easing policy.


Steel and base metals express divergent views on China

Industrial metals have fallen into two very distinct camps over the course of 2019. In the one corner is the ferrous complex.


Tellurian signs $7.5bn agreement with India’s Petronet for US LNG

Tellurian Inc said it signed a $7.5bn agreement for India’s Petronet LNG to buy into its proposed liquefied natural gas terminal in Louisiana, in what could potentially be one of the largest foreign investments in the US to ship shale gas abroad.


Repo market’s liquidity crisis has been a decade in making

It sounds crazy: Even National Public Radio is talking about repo rates. In normal times, not even Wall Street thinks too much about the arcana of short-term money markets.


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