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Exchange houses are bracing for a surge in demand for foreign currencies following the gradual easin

Exchange houses are gearing up for...

HMC emergency depts receive 1,476 cases on third day of Eid

The emergency departments across Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC)...

WISE promotes non-formal learning opportunities

The World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE), a global think tank...

‘Morasalat’, ‘Thawtheeq’ prove high efficiency

The Government e-Correspondence System (Morasalat) recorded more than...

5/6 Park

5/6 Park a 10/10 for family recreation

The 5/6 Park in Doha’s Onaiza area is yet another favourite spot for...


Amir condoles with Chinese president

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

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Protesters, police clash in Paris against Covid steps

French anti-riot police fired tear gas yesterday as clashes erupted during protests in central Paris against Covid-19 restrictions and a vaccination campaign, television reported.


France’s ‘king of lighthouses’ wins Unesco heritage listing

Battered by the wind and swell for 400 years and nicknamed the “king of lighthouses”, France’s Cordouan beacon yesterday won recognition from Unesco.

US President Joe Biden

Biden assures Afghanistan of US support amid Taliban advances

With the last US forces on the way out of Afghanistan, US President Joe Biden assured President Ashraf Ghani of US diplomatic and humanitarian support as Taliban advances piled pressure on the US-backed government in Kabul.

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United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet

Iran rejects UN rights chief’s ‘accusations’

Iran yesterday rejected “false accusations” by the UN rights chief on...

A patient rests on a bed in a hallway of the Rafik Hariri University Hospital (RHUH) in Lebanon’s ca

Lebanon can’t handle next Covid wave: hospital chief

Lebanon’s deepening economic crisis has piled pressure on hospitals,...

Tunisia’s President Kais Saied and France’s Secretary of State for Tourism, French living abroad, an

Tunisian medics struggle to tackle virus as tourists soak up sun

In Tunisia’s Mediterranean resort of Sousse, exhausted medics...

Palestinian protesters carry away an injured man during confrontations with security forces in the t

Over 140 Palestinians hurt in clashes with troops

More than 140 Palestinians were hurt yesterday in clashes with...

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Vaccines remain highly effective against Covid variants, says QNB

Vaccines remain highly effective against the Covid-19 virus variants; QNB said and noted the reopening of the global economy will be sooner and more comprehensive if the vaccination rate becomes faster.

A handout picture released by Iraq’s Prime Minister’s Media Office on Saturday shows Prime Minister

Iraq signs fuel deal with Lebanon to boost its faltering power supply

Iraq has signed an agreement allowing the cash-strapped Lebanese government pay for 1mn tonnes of heavy fuel oil a year in goods and services, helping Lebanon ease its acute power shortage, the two sides said on Saturday.

The Nasdaq logo is displayed on the doors at the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York. In the US, investors

Stock pickers crave safety in market unnerved by variants of coronavirus

Covid cases are skyrocketing around the world. The stimulus effect on the economy is fizzling. Inflation has just popped.

Tesla is currently lobbying for lower taxes on imports as it considers plans to expand into India, o

Musk says India plant likely if Tesla succeeds in importing its cars

A Tesla Inc factory to produce cars in India is “quite likely” if the electric automaker can first begin sales with imported vehicles, according to Elon Musk.

Signage for Hertz Global Holdings stands at a rental location in Berkeley, California. The latest ro

Hertz’s quirky stock gives retail holders $5 edge over insiders

How long can retail day traders be right about the value of Hertz’s stock and institutions be wrong? We’re about to find out.

The front facade of the New York Stock Exchange. This week is lesson to everyone on Wall Street who

Day traders take Wall St by storm in record dip buying

On Monday at around 1pm in New York, just as US stocks were gripped by the worst trading session in months, Google searches for the “Dow Jones” spiked.


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