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The surgery in Gaza.

Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS)...

QU conducts workshop on membrane-based water treatment

The Centre for Advanced Materials (CAM) at Qatar University (QU)...

Qatar Museums inaugurates two art exhibitions

Qatar Museums recently inaugurated two art exhibitions at the Fire...

Qatar Post online auction for fancy PO box numbers

Qatar Post has signed an agreement with the owner of Mzad Qatar...

Qatar participates in Abu Dhabi International Book Fair

Qatar participates in Abu Dhabi International Book Fair

A group of Qatari publishing houses are participating in the 31st Abu...

Milipol Qatar Committee honours exhibitors

Milipol Qatar Committee honours exhibitors

The organising committee of Milipol Qatar 2022, the International...

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, accompanied by Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey, vis

UK ‘not necessarily’ heading for recession, says Johnson

Prime Minister Boris Johnson yesterday said the British economy was not necessarily heading for a recession.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks at a press conference at the Fairmont Hotel in Jakarta,

Angry Beijing says Blinken’s policy speech ‘smears China’

China’s foreign ministry yesterday accused US Secretary of State Antony Blinken of “smearing” the country, after America’s top diplomat delivered a landmark policy speech calling for action to counterbalance Beijing’s influence.

Opium receiving the Humanitarian Palm Dog award, named the ‘Dogmatarian’ award, on behalf of the Jac

War Pony poodle fetches Palm Dog prize at Cannes

Film buffs have to wait until today for the Cannes Film Festival’s top prize, the Palme d’Or, but the real scene-stealers get their awards a day earlier – at the annual Palm Dog ceremony.

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Lebanese police stand guard after sections of the concrete barrier, which was erected by the securit

Lebanese authorities begin removing barriers around parliament after polls

Lebanese security forces, after elections last week, yesterday began...

Rescue crews work at the site of a ten-storey building collapse in Abadan.

Six dead, dozens hurt in Iran tower-block collapse

At least six people died and dozens were injured or missing under...

People walk down a road in Iraq's capital Baghdad as thick dust blankets the city

Sandstorm forces closure of Iraqi airports, public buildings

Iraq closed public buildings and temporarily shut airports Monday as...


Iran Revolutionary Guards member assassinated in Tehran: state media

Gunmen shot dead a member of Iran's Revolutionary Guards on Sunday in...

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The Federal Reserve building in Washington, DC. The only quick fix available to Federal Reserve for

Supply woes raise recession risk as Fed rejects inflation nuance

Central bankers can’t drill for oil, grow more crops or repair global supply chains. That means the only quick fix available to Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and his colleagues for cooling the fastest inflation in four decades may be raising interest rates so much that they crash

People are seen on Wall Street outside the New York Stock Exchange. Corporate insiders, whose purcha

Insiders put recession angst aside to binge on their own stocks

Investors bailing on stocks because they’re afraid of a recession may want to consider the buying spree that is happening among people in charge of American businesses.

A screen displays stock figures outside the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (file). The Hang Seng Index clo

Asian markets track bullish Wall Street, tech fuels HK rally

Asian markets climbed yesterday following a strong performance on Wall Street, with Hong Kong leading the way as forecast-beating earnings reports by tech titans Alibaba and Baidu sent their shares soaring.

As many as five out of the seven financial intermediaries in QSE witnessed growth in their share tra

Transport, realty sectors lift QSE sentiments despite global concerns

The Qatar Stock Exchange closed the week of a higher note despite the global concerns of rising inflation and hardening interest rates.

Wind energy and wind turbines are part of the Energiewende – the clean-energy transition that began

A wake-up call? Russia-Ukraine conflict could accelerate renewable energy adoption

The Russia-Ukraine conflict may accelerate the march towards decarbonisation despite concerns the war could put the issue on the backburner, the Al-Attiyah Foundation discovers in its latest Energy Industry report titled ‘Implications of COP26 on the Fuel Mix.’

Police patrol the front of a Walmart store as shoppers come and go in Paramount, California (file).

US labour market hot, but declining profits cast shadow over economy

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week as the labour market remains tight amid strong demand for workers despite rising interest rates and tightening financial conditions.


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