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Al-Hammadi meets dignitaries in Guatemala

HE the Secretary-General at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Dr Ahmad...

Qatar an attractive hub for creatives

Qatar has the platform to support creative talents, making the...

Qatari Forum For Authors holds session on 'Biography And Journey of Translator'

The Qatari Forum for Authors hosted Samar al-Shishakli, writer and...

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Tamuq wins QatarDebate championship

Texas A&M University at Qatar (Tamuq) has won the top spot in the 6th...

In collaboration with Torba Farmers Market, One Tide hosted a zero waste festival at Doha Festival C

One Tide’s Zero Waste Festival driving positive change

In collaboration with Torba Farmers Market, One Tide hosted a zero...


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Quake-hit Afghan village struggles back to life as aid trickles in

A ruined village in eastern Afghanistan, just 10 kilometres (six miles) from the epicentre of this week's deadly earthquake, is struggling back to life as aid trickles into the isolated region.

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Two killed in Norway 'terror' shooting

Two people were killed and at least 21 others wounded in shootings near bars in central Oslo early Saturday that police were treating as a "terrorist attack".

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

N Korea’s Kim urges stronger war deterrent

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ordered a strengthening of the country’s defence capabilities as he wrapped up a key meeting with top military officials, state media said yesterday, raising concerns about its possible addition of tactical nuclear weapons.


Region
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (right) with Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman during an

Saudi crown prince, Erdogan seek full ties

Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman arrived in Turkey for the first...

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Saudi crown prince visits Jordan

Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman arrived yesterday in Jordan as...

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Syrian refugee brings the taste of home to Gaza

Anas Qaterji fled Syria when civil war broke out in 2011 and snuck...

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Tunisian protesters decry constitutional reform plans

Hundreds demonstrated yesterday in Tunisia’s capital against a...


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Asian markets climb as recession talk tempers rate hike expectations

Asian stocks climbed yesterday following another rally on Wall Street as investors try to process central bank moves to fight soaring inflation and the growing possibility that those measures will induce a recession.

James Bullard, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis president.

US recession unlikely and expansion is in early stage: Fed official

Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis President James Bullard said fears of a US recession are overblown, as consumers are flush with cash built up during the Covid-19 pandemic and the expansion is in an early stage.

Signage at a Chase bank branch in New York. Some of the largest banks in the US are now working with

US banks test cyber defences at Treasury’s direction

With global tensions rising over Ukraine, the cutthroat competitiveness of the US financial sector is yielding to partnership over the conviction that a cyberattack against even a group of minor banks - or a third-party service provider - could imperil everyone in a highly connected system.

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Qatari businesswomen enhance their presence in financial sector

At an accelerated pace, the participation of Qatari women in the financial and business sectors has increased during the past few years and expanded in all economic sectors, both traditionally and modernly, which has positively impacted the enhancement of their contribution to the national economy,

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Qatar banks well-capitalised; QCB should proactively monitor banks’ compliance: IMF

Qatar's banks remain “well-capitalised and liquid” but “continued diligence in banking supervision is required to safeguard financial stability”, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Cityscape group director Chris Speller

Rent adjustments expected after World Cup, says Cityscape Qatar official

The country’s real estate market is expected to witness some adjustments in rent prices after Qatar’s hosting of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which is slated from November 21 to December 18, according to an official of Cityscape Qatar.

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