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Tree-planting events organised

The Public Gardens Department has...

Sanitisation and cleaning drive at Umm Slal

Umm Slal Municipality’s General Cleanness Section has carried out a...

NU-Q students engage in global media internships

Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q) students are putting their...

QU Health students collaborate to discuss 'Pneumonia and Antibiotic Stewardship'

The QU Health Interprofessional Education Committee (IPEC) at Qatar...

Shura Council Dy Speaker affirms Qatar stand for peaceful settlement of conflicts

Shura Council Dy Speaker affirms Qatar stand for peaceful settlement of conflicts

HE the Deputy Speaker of the Shura Council Dr Hamda bint Hassan...

Rimal Exhibition opens in Paris

Rimal Exhibition opens in Paris

HE the Permanent Representative of Qatar to Unesco Dr Nasser bin...

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Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi attends the joint news conference of the Japan-Mekong Su

Dialogue with Suu Kyi ‘not impossible’: Myanmar junta

Dialogue between Myanmar’s junta and ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi to end the bloody crisis unleashed by the toppling of her government last year is “not impossible”, a junta spokesman said yesterday.

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson. (AFP)

UK premier back in crisis mode after foreign tour

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson returned yesterday from an overseas tour to face multiple crises, including the latest resignation of a senior Conservative from his scandal-hit government.

A building destroyed in a Russian missile strike is seen yesterday in the village of Serhiivka, in U

Missile attack kills 21 near Ukraine’s Odesa

Russia flattened part of an apartment building while residents slept yesterday in missile attacks near Ukraine’s port of Odesa that authorities say killed at least 21 people, hours after Russian troops abandoned the Black Sea outpost of Snake Island.

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(From left) Speaker of Libyan House of Representatives (HoR) Aguila Saleh, United Nations Special Ad

Libya talks begin at UN on breaking elections stalemate

The UN called for a “final and courageous effort” to break the...

This image grab taken from a CCTV footage broadcasted by Jordan's Al-Mamlaka TV shows the moment of

Jordan toxic gas blast kills 10, injures over 200

A toxic gas explosion killed 10 people and injured more than 250 on...

Iraqi PM

Iraqi PM visits Saudi Arabia, Iran

Iraq’s prime minister met with leaders in rivals Saudi Arabia and...

Iran launches satellite carrier

Iran launches satellite carrier

Iran’s defence ministry said yesterday it has carried out a second...

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Asian markets drop with traders gripped by recession fears

Asian markets struggled again yesterday following another selloff on Wall Street fuelled by recession fears, with warnings of a bleak outlook for the global economy as central banks slam on the brakes to battle soaring inflation.


New hedge fund hot spot? Dubai draws more finance companies

After attracting crypto firms, property investors and Russian billionaires, Dubai is drawing a new crowd: Hedge fund managers.

Shamlal Ahamed.

India's decision to hike import duty on gold to make prices more attractive in GCC, says Malabar Gold official

The Indian government's decision to hike the import duty on gold will make gold prices in the GCC more attractive than in India, a senior official of Malabar Gold & Diamonds has said

Microsoft Qatar general manager Lana Khalaf. PICTURE: Shaji Kayamkulam

Qatar seen as global digital hub post-FIFA, says Microsoft official

Tech giant Microsoft is keen on driving the transformation of Qatar’s business landscape into a global digital hub that would further fast-track foreign direct investment (FDI) inflow into the country, an official of Microsoft Qatar has said


QSE key index vaults 538 points; M-cap gains QR24bn

The Cabinet decision to allow up to 100% foreign ownership in the listed companies had profound impact in the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE), which saw its key index gain 538 points and capitalisation add QR24bn this week.


US consumer spending cools in sign of economy on a weaker footing

US consumer spending fell in May for the first time this year and prior months were revised lower, suggesting an economy on somewhat weaker footing than previously thought amid rapid inflation and Federal Reserve interest-rate hikes.


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