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The designated authorities arrested on...

Qatar takes part in food and agriculture forum

Qatar participated in the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture,...

Omani minister arrives in Doha

Omani Minister of Interior Hamoud bin Faisal al-Busaidi and his...

97 face prosecution for not wearing masks

The designated authorities referred 97 people to the Public...

A dusty and windy scene a little before sunset from Doha Corniche on Friday. PICTURES: Shaji Kayamku

Windy, dusty weather prevailed across Qatar on Friday

Windy and dusty conditions prevailed across Qatar on Friday also, as...

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani

Amir to patronize graduation ceremony of Police College candidates Saturday

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani will patronize...

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This picture taken last week shows people with and without masks walk along fruit stalls at a market

Relatively spared by the coronavirus pandemic, Pakistanis drop their guard

Alongside the usual snacks arranged on a tray balanced on one hand, Momin Khan sells face masks to passengers at a crowded bus stand in Islamabad.

Bilawal: The democratic way to (remove the prime minister) is through a no-confidence motion.

Bilawal calls for no-trust motion

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has called for the opposition parties to mount a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Prime Minister Khan: timelines should be set for completion of low-cost housing.

Khan orders immediate start of housing projects

Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed the authorities to immediately start work on the housing projects for the poor and low-income groups.

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Tunisian protesters shout slogans during an anti-government demonstration in the capital Tunis, yest

Tunisia seeks to stem wave of night-time street riots

Tunisia braced for further protests yesterday after hundreds were...

This handout photo provided by the Iranian Army office yesterday, shows the airborne infantry or par

Iran commandos start drills near mouth of Gulf

Iranian army commandos and paratroopers started exercises near the...

Kuwait parliament

Kuwait's Amir accepts resignation of cabinet

Kuwait's Amir Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah has accepted...


Egypt unveils treasures found at ancient site

Egypt unveiled yesterday ancient treasures found at the Saqqara...

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The latest report from the QCB suggests that the domestic assets of Qatari banks constituted QR1.46t

Qatar commercial banks assets jump to QR1.68tn in December 2020: QCB

A robust double-digit growth in domestic assets largely covered a sizeable dip in overseas assets as the country’s commercial banks’ total assets saw a healthy 8.56% growth to QR1.68tn in December 2020, according to the central bank data.

A gas flare on an oil production platform in the Soroush oil fields is seen alongside an Iranian fla

Iran oil exports rise ‘significantly’ despite sanctions: Minister

Iran’s oil exports have climbed in recent months and its sales of petroleum products to foreign buyers reached record highs despite US sanctions, the oil minister said yesterday.

The Reserve Bank of India seal is pictured on a gate outside its headquarters in Mumbai (file). Indi

RBI proposes regulating large Indian shadow lenders more like banks

India’s central bank proposes tighter regulations for large shadow lenders to prevent events such as the collapse of a major financier in 2018, the effects of which still linger in the nation’s financial system.

Australia is on course to pass laws that would make tech giants negotiate payments with local publis

Google threatens to block search engine in Australia if forced to pay for news

Alphabet Inc’s Google said yesterday it would block its search engine in Australia if the government proceeds with a new code that would force it and Facebook Inc to pay media companies for the right to use their content.

Members of the California Highway Patrol (CHP) wearing protective masks stand outside the State Capi

Companies are fleeing California, blaming bad government

Amid raging wildfires, rolling blackouts and a worsening coronavirus outbreak, it has not been a great year for California. Unfortunately, the state is also reeling from a manmade disaster: an exodus of thriving companies to other states.

A woman works with a shear cutter at a welding and manufacturing company in Dallas. The FOMC has its

US factory activity near 14-year high; home sales rise in December

US manufacturing activity surged to its highest level in nearly 14 years in early January, but bottlenecks in the supply chain caused by the Covid-19 pandemic are driving up prices and signalling a rise in inflation in the months ahead.


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


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