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Doha student's website gives free access education

A 16-year old female student based in...

Veteran Indian journalist passes away

P A Mubarak (66), one of the pioneers of journalism among expatriates...

New batch of Qatari real estate brokers obtain license

A new batch of licensed Qatari real estate brokers took the legal...

Noted journalist joins NU-Q faculty

Marda Dunsky, a print journalist and scholar, has joined the...

Al Meera hosts beach cleanup at Jazirat Bin Ghannam in Al Khor

Al Meera hosts beach cleanup at Jazirat Bin Ghannam in Al Khor

Al Meera Consumer Goods Company (Al Meera), in coordination with the...


MADLSA concludes internal auditing, administrative audit programs

The Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs...

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Russia’s President Vladimir Putin addresses members of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entre

Putin’s party set to retain parliament majority after election

Russians voted yesterday in the final stretch of a three-day parliamentary election that the ruling party is expected to win emphatically after a crackdown that crushed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny’s movement and barred political opponents from the ballot.

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France denies cancelling Swiss meet over snub

A long-planned meeting between the Swiss president and his counterpart in Paris has been called off due to French anger about Bern’s decision to purchase US, not French, fighter jets, media reported yesterday.

French highliner Nathan Paulin holds an umbrella yesterday as he performs, for the second time, on a

Daredevil takes Seine tightrope walk

A French tightrope walker crossed the Seine in Paris 70m up in a breathtaking feat on Saturday, watched by cheering crowds on the Eiffel Tower and along the riverbanks. He performed the feat again yesterday.

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A man visits the National Museum of Iran, which houses exhibits from the early Paleolithic to the Qa

Iran museums reopen after year-long break

Iran reopened museums in Tehran and other cities yesterday after a...

Tunisian demonstrators shout slogans against President Kais Saied during a protest in the capital Tu

Tunisians protest over president’s seizure of powers

Several hundred demonstrators gathered in Tunis yesterday to protest...


Iran won't allow IS presence on Afghan border: president

Iran will not allow the Islamic State group to establish a presence...


Algeria's ex-president Abdelaziz Bouteflika dies aged 84

Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who ruled Algeria for two decades before...

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A general view of the city skyline at sunset from Dhow Harbour in Abu Dhabi (file). The $110bn state

Abu Dhabi wealth fund ADQ hires more bankers as it steps up dealmaking

Abu Dhabi’s $110bn state holding company ADQ has hired scores of investment bankers from Western banks in the past year as it accelerates dealmaking in the United Arab Emirates and overseas, three sources familiar with the matter said.

The Federal Reserve building in Washington, DC. Analysts do not expect the Fed to immediately begi

Fed expected to stay cautious as economy sends mixed signals

With the United States on the upswing from the Covid-19 pandemic, the Federal Reserve is expected to weigh in next week on whether the economy is healthy enough to begin withdrawing stimulus measures credited with aiding the revival.

This aerial photo taken on September 17 shows the halted under-construction Evergrande Cultural Tour

Evergrande moment of truth arrives with bond payment deadlines

China Evergrande Group bondholders are about to find out if the property giant’s liquidity crisis is as dire as it appears.

A firefighting helicopter carries water to drop on the fire as smoke rises in the foothills along Ge

Are economists to blame for climate inaction?

We’re long past the days when uttering the words “climate economist” elicited confusion, pity, or worse: “Which is it? Pick your side! You can either focus on the climate, or the economy, not both.”

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Oxford Business Group marks return to Qatar with landmark 2022 report

Oxford Business Group (OBG) has relaunched its operations in Qatar following a one-year break necessitated by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Qatar Central Bank

QCB finds consumer, commercial delinquency on the decline in 2020

The consumer and commercial delinquency had declined year-on-year in 2020 despite Covid-19 induced lockdown in place for most part of the year, according to Qatar Central Bank (QCB).


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