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The President of the Republic of Cabo Verde Jose Maria Neves received Friday the credentials of HE S

The President of the Republic of Cabo...

World Cup revenues to reach $17bn

Qatar 2022 World Cup CEO Nasser al-Khater has said the profit from...

PM witnesses conclusion of Barzan Joint Exercise

HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Khalid bin...

Winter camping season to start on November 1

The winter camping season will start on November 1 in north and...

HE Dr Ali bin Saeed bin Smaikh al-Marri with officials from different companies and organisations.

Ministry announces launch of local job forum in pvt sector

HE the Minister of Labour Dr Ali bin Saeed bin Smaikh al-Marri has...

QIAF 2022 showcases a large number of unique works by artists from different countries. PICTURE: Kat

Qatar International Arts Festival 2022 concludes on Friday

The fourth edition of Qatar International Art Festival (QIAF)...

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Britain’s Prime Minister Liz Truss walks outside Downing Street in London on September 23. A day aft

UK’s Truss pursues charm offensive at party conference

British Prime Minister Liz Truss heads to her Conservative Party conference next week with a packed diary of “meet and greets” to try to win over lawmakers angry over an economic plan that triggered market chaos and badly eroded support.

NATO Secretary-General Stoltenberg addresses a news conference at the Alliance headquarters in Bruss

Nato rejects Putin ‘land grab’ after Ukraine annexations

Nato yesterday condemned Russia’s annexation of four more regions of Ukraine and warned Moscow of “severe consequences” if it uses nuclear weapons in its war against Kyiv.

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At least 12 sailors die of suspected food poisoning on ship off Vietnam

At least 12 sailors on a Chinese-flagged cargo ship have died of suspected food poisoning off Vietnam's southern coast, a government official said on Friday.

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Syrian school children stand in a classroom in a makeshift school in the rebel-held side of the divi

Children return to bombed-out school in Syria frontline town

In a frontline town divided by regime and rebel forces in northwest...

Lebanese depositors queue to withdraw money from a Fransabank branch in Beirut yesterday, as banks p

‘I need my salary’: anger as Lebanese banks reopen

Depositors scuffled and long lines formed at Lebanese banks yesterday...

Palestinians shout slogans during a demonstration next to the border fence with Israel, east of Gaza

Arab League condemns Al Aqsa mosque storming

The Arab League condemned the storming of the Al Aqsa mosque...

Iranian pro-government protesters wave their national flag during a rally against the recent anti-go

Iran protests Western interference

Iran summoned the British and Norwegian ambassadors over what it...

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A 3D-printed oil pump jack is seen in front of the Opec logo in an illustration picture. Opec oil ou

‘Opec oil output in September hits highest since 2020’

Opec oil output rose in September to its highest since 2020, surpassing a pledged hike for the month, after production in Libya recovered from disruption and Gulf members boosted output under a deal with allies, a Reuters survey found yesterday.

Signage for Porsche inside the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Porsche won the dismissal of lawsuits from

Porsche wins dismissal of $5.3bn case linked to Volkswagen saga

Porsche Automobil Holding SE won the dismissal of lawsuits from hedge funds seeking about €5.4bn ($5.3bn) in damages they say they incurred during Porsche’s failed takeover of Volkswagen AG more than a decade ago.

The headquarters of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt. The eurozone’s economic crisis intensi

Eurozone inflation at double-digit record piles pressure on ECB

The eurozone’s economic crisis intensified with the first ever reading of double-digit inflation, piling pressure on the European Central Bank (ECB) to keep raising interest rates aggressively.

Reserve Bank of India governor Shaktikanta Das.

India’s central bank again hikes rates on ‘bleak’ global outlook

India’s central bank said a “bleak” global outlook warranted its fourth rate hike in five months yesterday, as Asia’s third-largest economy struggles under the weight of chronically high inflation and a falling currency.

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Qatar's PPI surges 54.25% y-o-y in August: PSA

Qatar's producers' price index (PPI) surged 54.25% year-on-year in August 2022, mainly on the back of the country's hydrocarbons sector and certain manufacturing businesses such as refined petroleum products, rubber and plastics, chemicals and basic metals and according to the official estimates.

HE the Minister of State for Energy Affairs, Saad bin Sherida al-Kaabi delivered keynote address at

Al-Kaabi calls for 'greater co-operation' between LNG producers and consumers

HE the Minister of State for Energy Affairs, Saad bin Sherida al-Kaabi has called for “greater co-operation between LNG producers and consumers,” which he said, “will not only deepen the roots of economic stability and growth, but also drive an environmental benefit to us all.”


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