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Ethiopian president meets FM

Ethiopian President Sahle-Work Zewde...

Amir sends greetings to Afghan president

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

Shura Council Deputy speaker meets Vietnamese official

HE the Deputy Speaker of Shura Council Mohamed bin Abdulla al-Sulaiti...

Qatar Academy kicks off new academic year

Qatar Academy Doha (QAD), part of Qatar Foundation’s Pre-University...

A session from one of the workshops at Qatar National Library.

QNL hosts series of writing workshops

Qatar National Library is offering a series of Arabic creative...

Third raffle draw winners announced at Mall of Qatar during the grand finale of SiQ’s shopping celeb

‘Summer in Qatar’ names winners in final raffle

The biggest ‘Summer in Qatar’ (SiQ) programme wrapped up on Friday...

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Freedom of movement will end with no-deal Brexit: UK

Freedom of movement for European Union citizens entering Britain will end in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the British government confirmed on Monday ...

A health worker administers the Ebola vaccine in Goma.

Three shot dead in DR Congo security protest

Two people and a child were killed yesterday in a town in eastern DR Congo when police opened fire at a protest over poor security, a local official told AFP. “There was a demonstration in which three people have just died — a young man of about 25 who was shot in the abdomen

Police officers conduct searches on vehicles along a major road leading into Bulawayo yesterday.

Zimbabwe opposition demo thwarted

Hundreds of police backed by soldiers and army helicopters deployed yesterday in the Zimbabwean city of Bulawayo to prevent an opposition protest from taking place, a show of force that stopped a demonstration for the second time in four days.

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Regime advance cuts off Turkish convoy in Idlib

A Turkish military convoy crossed into militant-run northwest Syria...

Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmed al-Jaber al-Sabah

Kuwait Amir recovers from health setback

The Kuwaiti Amiri Diwan announced on Sunday that the Amir of Kuwait...

Security forces raise the charred remains of a car following a car bomb explosion in the Kurdish-maj

Car bomb kills Kurdish police officer in northeast Syria

A car bomb killed a police officer and wounded two other people...

A relative of a Palestinian who was killed by Israeli forces reacts at a hospital in the northern Ga

Israeli military fires on Palestinians at Gaza border, three killed

Israeli forces opened fire at a group of Palestinian gunmen as they...

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Qatar financial resources to remain strong, public finances solid: Euler Hermes

Qatar’s financial resources will remain strong, insurance major and researcher Euler Hermes said and noted that the combined foreign exchange (FX) reserves of the Qatar Central Bank and the Qatar Investment Authority represent well over 150% of the country’s annual GDP and cover more than 50 months


Strong Wall St, fresh hopes for trade talks boost Asian markets

Asian and European markets rallied yesterday following a strong lead from Wall Street and comments from Donald Trump’s top economic adviser hailing “positive” trade talks with Chinese negotiators.

Morgan Stanley headquarters in New York

Morgan Stanley forfeits role in WeWork IPO after losing lead

Morgan Stanley famously nabbed this year’s largest initial public offering, thanks partly to its top technology banker’s moonlighting job as an Uber driver. But the firm is nowhere to be found on what’s shaping up to be the year’s second-biggest IPO, WeWork.


US assures support to American tech companies in India in letter

The United States ambassador to India has written to top American technology firms assuring them of support for a level playing field in India, a letter seen by Reuters showed, amid Washington’s concerns over New Delhi’s protectionist policies.

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Cathay remains under lens as CEO takes fall for protests

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd is counting on the resignation of its British chief executive officer, Rupert Hogg, to move beyond the tumult that saw its employees’ participation in the Hong Kong protests draw the ire of Beijing. But will it be enough?


Google, Facebook unite with Trump to protest against French tech tax

The relationship between President Donald Trump and the largest US technology companies has often been frosty but a common opponent — France’s plan to tax US tech giants — will bring the two sides together, at least temporarily.


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