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Registration opens for GU-Q community...

Discarded farm materials removed

Al Sheehaniyah Municipality’s Municipal Affairs Department has...

Bedaya holds smartphone photography workshop

The Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (Bedaya...

Stars of Science kicks off Season 10

Qatar Foundation’s innovation TV show is back with an all-new 10th...

Tenancy agreement

Rental disputes panel swamped with cases of fraud

The Rental Disputes Settlement Committee has been reviewing a...

Mandla Mandela speaking at the South African Heritage Day in Doha

Mandela's grandson celebrates South African Heritage Day in Doha

Mandla Mandela, chief of the Mvezo Traditional Council and grandson...

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Abhilash Tomy

Golden Globe Race seek to rescue injured Indian sailor

The organisers of the round-the-world Golden Globe Race said Saturday they were scrambling to rescue missing Indian sailor Abhilash Tomy, but admitted he was "as far from help as you can possibly be".

Indian Christian nuns and supporters protest as they demand the arrest of Bishop Franco Mulakkal out

Indian bishop refused bail in nun rape case

An Indian bishop accused of raping a nun was refused bail Saturday, and ordered to remain in police custody to face questioning in a case that has triggered outrage among clergy.

Mario Gomez

Journalist shot dead in front of home in Mexico

A journalist was shot dead as he was leaving his home in Mexico, his employer said.Mario Gomez was attacked by two armed men at the door to his home in the municipality of Yajalon in the southern state of Chiapas, the El Heraldo de Chiapas newspaper reported on Friday.

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Yemeni children brave new school year as war rages on

The walls are crumbling, the windows shattered, and the boys sit...


Palestinian shot dead in new Gaza clashes

A Palestinian was killed by Israeli fire in new clashes along the...


Eight Palestinians injured in Israeli fire

Eight Palestinians were wounded by Israeli occupation forces...


More than 5mn children in Yemen ‘risk starving to death’

More than 5mn children risk famine in war-torn Yemen as food and fuel...

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Opec meeting likely to be high on politics and low on decisions

Opec and its allies seem poised for another contentious meeting in Algeria this weekend as Iran — wounded by US sanctions — cries betrayal and threatens to veto decisions. Yet none of this really matters for the oil market.


Japan uneasy over Trump pressure on car exports

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will meet US President Donald Trump next week as fears grow in Tokyo that Washington could demand that Japan curb its car exports to the United States.


Uber is said to be in early talks to buy Europe’s Deliveroo

Uber Technologies Inc is in early talks to buy food-delivery company Deliveroo for several billion dollars, according to people familiar with the plans.


British inquiry widens Danske Bank money laundering scandal

Scandal over €200bn in transactions; British crime agency investigating UK-registered firms; Danske Bank faces pressure from charities in Denmark; EU Commissioner Vestager condemns “giga scandal”; calls for more to be done to prevent laundering


China steel mills chase iron ore contracts with Brazil’s Vale

Chinese steel mills and traders are rushing to secure long-term contracts for high-quality iron ore ahead of winter steel output cuts, a boon for the main supplier of such grades of the commodity, Brazilian mining giant Vale.


Pakistan to increase exports up to $27bn

In a positive development, very important buying mission from China is coming to Pakistan on September 27 and will place orders to import many items from Pakistan.


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