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Covid violations- prosecution

The designated authorities referred 119...

Work underway on largest veterinary quarantine facilities

Two of the largest veterinary quarantines facilities are being built...

End of summer working hours in open workplaces

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

Italian embassy opens travelling exhibition

The Italian embassy in Qatar opened a travelling exhibition titled...

Shura Council

Shura Council candidates start campaigning

As the Supervisory Committee of the Shura Council Elections announced...

Final list of Shura Council candidates announced

284 candidates in Shura Council polls final list

The Supervisory Committee for the Shura Council elections announced...


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First all-civilian crew launched to orbit aboard SpaceX rocket ship

A billionaire e-commerce executive and three less-wealthy private citizens chosen to join him blasted off from Florida on Wednesday aboard a SpaceX rocket ship and soared into orbit, the first all-civilian crew ever to circle the Earth from space.

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First all-civilian crew launched to orbit aboard SpaceX rocket ship

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the Inspiration4 crew launches from Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida on September 15, 2021.

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Moderna says Covid-19 vaccine protection wanes, makes case for booster

New data from Moderna Inc's (MRNA.O) large Covid-19 vaccine trial shows that the protection it offers wanes over time, supporting the case for booster doses, the company said in a news release on Wednesday.


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A view shows burnt trees after wildfire in Ain Draham in Jendouba, Tunisia.

Tunisian wildfires scorch poor region’s cork industry

For cork collector Khaled Warhani, the wildfires that devastated part...

A picture taken at the Al-Hol camp, which holds relatives of suspected Islamic State (IS) group figh

Syria ‘bleak’ with violence upsurge, economic woes: UN

The upsurge in violence in Syria, combined with its plummeting...

Members of Israeli security forces stand guard near the Palestinian city of Bethlehem in the occupie

Palestinian youth shot by occupation forces south of Bethlehem

A Palestinian youth was shot by the Israeli occupation forces on...

A picture taken during a tour organised by the Syrian Ministry of Information shows people gathered

Uneasy calm in Syria’s Daraa after truce

An uneasy calm held sway in a southern Syrian city yesterday after...


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A Saudi investor monitors share prices at the Saudi Stock Exchange, or Tadawul, in the capital Riyad

Biggest Saudi IPO since Aramco sees ACWA planning $1.2bn offer

ACWA Power International, one of Saudi Arabia’s main vehicles for building renewable energy projects, is set to raise up to 4.55bn riyals ($1.2bn) in what would be the biggest offering in Riyadh since Saudi Aramco’s listing.

Vehicles pass by an election poster showing Olaf Scholz, German Minister of Finance and top candidat

Top German executives push Merkel successor to lay out growth plan

Top German executives urged the country’s next government to lay out a plan to keep Europe’s largest economy competitive in the face of an array of technological and political challenges.

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Indian law firms are seen reluctant to advise on IPO of insurance giant LIC

India’s plans to list state-run Life Insurance Corp (LIC) face an unusual problem: domestic law firms are shying away from advising the government, deterred by the low fees on offer at the time of a lucrative boom in corporate stock listings.

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Investor group sets a tougher climate blueprint for Big Oil

Investors managing more than $10tn on Wednesday published an ambitious blueprint for energy companies seeking to tackle climate change, including sharp cuts to greenhouse gas emissions and a winding down of oil and gas production.

QBWA signs MoU with The Business Year

QBWA signs MoU with The Business Year

The Business Year has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Qatari Businesswomen Association (QBWA) to place under the spotlight the role of women in the development of the Qatari economy.

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‘Knowledge-based business’ key to maintaining efficiency as companies adapt flexible work schedules, says LuLu exec

Running a “knowledge-based business” is a key factor to maintaining employee efficiency and optimum operations as companies are steadily adopting flexible work schedules, said Dr Mohamed Althaf, director, LuLu Group International.

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