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QC sends urgent relief convoy to Arsal Camps on Syrian-Lebanese Border

Qatar Charity (QC) announced on Thursday the operation of a convoy of...

Amir attends Police College graduation

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani on Thursday...

Al Meera launches FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 official licensed products

Al Meera Consumer Goods Company has launched FIFA World Cup Qatar...

Police College to celebrate fourth batch graduation Thursday

Police College to celebrate fourth batch graduation Thursday

The Police College will celebrate Thursday, the graduation of the...


talabat recalls 2021 milestones in Qatar

The region’s leading food delivery and q-commerce app, talabat, has...

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Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba (right) and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken bump arms

Blinken to Putin: Choose peaceful path on Ukraine

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken yesterday urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to choose the “peaceful path” on Ukraine, as he visited Kyiv to show support before crunch talks with Russia later this week.

Japan’s Naomi Osaka hits a forehand during her match against Madison Brengle of the US at the Austra

Osaka and Barty stride closer to showdown

Naomi Osaka played the role of smiling assassin and top seed Ashleigh Barty was ruthlessly efficient at the Australian Open yesterday as they moved closer to a potential fourth-round showdown.

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India’s Sania to quit tennis this year

Indian former doubles world number one Sania Mirza yesterday she will retire from tennis at the end of this season with injuries taking their toll.

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A picture taken yesterday shows “The Enigma”, a 555.55 carat black diamond, at Sotheby’s in the Gulf

Black diamond, largest ever cut, goes on show in Dubai

The world’s largest known cut diamond went on public display for the...

Palestinian men barricade themselves on the roof of a house as Israeli police prepare to evict a fam

Palestinian threatens to burn home rather than be evicted

A Palestinian facing eviction by Israeli police from the flashpoint...

Men stand outside a storage facility of oil giant ADNOC in the capital of the United Arab Emirates,

UAE says fuel truck blast kills three, Yemeni Houthis claim attack

Three fuel trucks exploded, killing three people, and a fire broke...

Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati welcomes the decision to end the boycott of cabinet.

Hezbollah, Amal end boycott of Lebanon’s cabinet

Powerful Lebanese groups Hezbollah and Amal said yesterday they would...

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Federal Reserve Board chairman Jerome Powell leaves after a Senate Banking Committee hearing on Capi

Fed’s unprecedented tightening steps sow market, economy jitters

A rapid one-two punch of interest-rate hikes and balance-sheet reduction from the Federal Reserve risks unsettling bond and stock markets that have already taken a beating.

A trader passes a customer the change in the form of a five pound sterling note and one and two poun

UK sees highest inflation since 1992, pressuring BoE and households

Inflation in Britain rose faster than expected to its highest in nearly 30 years in December, intensifying a squeeze on living standards and putting pressure on the Bank of England to raise interest rates again.

An Evergrande sign is seen at the Evergrande Automotive R&D Institute headquarters of China Evergran

China drafts rules to give property developers ‘more access to escrow funds’

China is drafting nationwide rules to make it easier for property developers to access funds from sales still held in escrow accounts in its latest move to ease a severe cash crunch in the sector, four people with knowledge of the matter said.

A cyclist passes by a gas station in Montpellier, southern France on January 18 as oil prices are at

IEA: Tighter market seen as oil demand withstands Omicron

Global oil markets look tighter than previously thought as demand suffers surprisingly little impact from the latest coronavirus strain while supplies are curbed by disruptions, the International Energy Agency said.

HE the Minister of State and QFZA Chairman Ahmad al-Sayed and Inventus Power president & CEO Patrick

Inventus Power inaugurates technical centre, manufacturing facility for advanced battery, power systems in QFZ

Inventus Power Company, a global US-based leader in advanced battery technology and manufacturing, and Qatar Free Zones Authority (QFZA) inaugurated the company’s technical centre and manufacturing facility in Qatar Free Zones (QFZ).

A view of the Qatargas offshore facilities at North Field

Qatar industrial production surges 1.8% y-o-y in November: PSA

Qatar's industrial production increased by a robust 1.8% year-on-year in November 2021, mainly lifted by stronger production in the manufacturing sector, according to the Planning and Statistics Authority (PSA).


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