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Land Rover has announced that the New...

Kahramaa team visits Education City Stadium district cooling plant

A team of Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (Kahramaa)...

12 accredited Qatari experts take oath at justice ministry

Twelve Qataris took the legal oath at the Ministry of Justice as...

‘Once in a blue moon!’

A blue moon appeared in the Qatar sky yesterday evening. It was the...

'Better Connections' programme improves lives of expatriate workers

'Better Connections' programme improves lives of expatriate workers

The 'Better Connections' programme of the Ministry of Transportation...

Omnia Seheya will launch three episodes during the upcoming virtual WISH 2020 and two more episodes

WISH launches Qatar’s first Arabic health-focused podcast series

The World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) has launched Qatar’s...

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Trudeau: We will always defend freedom of expression. But freedom of expression is not without limit

Free speech has limits, says Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended free speech on Friday, but added that it is “not without limits” and should not “arbitrarily and needlessly hurt” certain communities. “We will always defend freedom of expression,” Trudeau said in response to a question.

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Fearing unrest, Washington boards up

Hammers are pounding and saws are buzzing in Washington as crews board up stores amid fears that the pivotal US presidential election next week could degenerate into unrest.

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Acclaimed Turkish chef arrives to fanfare

Popular Turkish chef Burak Ozdemir, who is known for his gigantic sized portions of Middle Eastern Foods worldwide, arrived in Pakistan yesterday.

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Two children killed in blast targeting Iraq pipeline

Two children killed in blast targeting Iraq pipeline

An explosion targeting a gas pipeline in southern Iraq killed two...

Rescue operations take place after an earthquake struck the Aegean Sea, in the coastal province of I

Turkish rescue workers search for survivors in quake; death toll rises to 27

Rescue workers in western Turkish city of Izmir searched through...

Palestinian entrepreneur Heba al-Hindi demonstrates a locally-designed and manufactured smart steril

'Made-in-Gaza' device fights coronavirus spread

Entering a Gaza City restaurant, customers are welcomed by a...

A convoy of trucks transporting Syrian women and children suspected of being related to Islamic Stat

Turkey has right to act if militants not cleared from Syria border: Erdogan

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said yesterday Turkey had the...

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Opec output rises more on ‘Libya restart, Iraq’

Opec oil output has risen for a fourth month in October, a Reuters survey found, as a restart of more Libyan installations and higher Iraqi exports offset full adherence by other members to an Opec-led supply cut deal.

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China’s factory activity growth slows in October

China’s factory activity expanded at a slightly slower pace in October but was slightly above analysts’ expectations, suggesting a continuing economic recovery as the country rebounds from the coronavirus shock.

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Big tech stocks on US markets may face post-poll headwinds

Some investors are betting the technology and communications stocks that drove a massive rebound in US markets this year will face a tougher slog in coming months, no matter whether Republican President Donald Trump or Democratic challenger Joe Biden wins Tuesday’s election.

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Exxon warns of $30bn shale write-down decade after XTO

Exxon Mobil Corp warned it may take up to $30bn in write-downs on natural gas fields acquired more than a decade ago, and reported a third straight quarterly loss.


Global economic recovery promising so far: QNB

Global economic recovery has so far been promising, with several countries and sectors showcasing remarkable economic strength, QNB said and noted a full-blown “second wave” of severe epidemics could create a “double dip recession”.


Oil falls on demand concerns, posts second monthly drop

Oil prices fell on Friday and posted a second consecutive monthly drop as rising Covid-19 cases in Europe and the US heightened concerns over the outlook for fuel consumption.


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Iran says the downing of the Ukrainian jet near Tehran was a ‘disastrous mistake’.


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