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LuLu rings in British Food Festival 2019

LuLu Hypermarket Qatar is holding British Food Festival 2019 across...

Now is the time to share our stories: filmmaker

Qumra has become a platform for young Arab filmmakers and directors...

Ashghal holds workshop for govt service entities

The Utilities Co-ordination Committee (UCC) chaired by the Public...

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Expo highlights careers in healthcare

Hamad Medical Corporation’s (HMC) Health Professions Awareness and...

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QGMD partners with QU to acquire syringe patent

Qatari German for Medical Devices Company (QGMD) has announced the...


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Three dead in Utrecht tram shooting, motive unknown

Dutch police yesterday arrested a Turkish-born suspect over a possible terror attack on a tram in the city of Utrecht that left three people dead and five wounded.

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New Zealand to go for tough new gun laws

Alleged gunman bought 4 weapons legally online: gun shop; NZ cabinet agrees in principle on new gun laws; Families of victims frustrated over burial delays

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Parts of Midwest struggle with deadly, historic flooding

The US Midwest yesterday struggled with historic flooding that claimed at least two lives, displaced residents, and damaged hundreds of homes and businesses. Rising waters impacted much of Nebraska, as well as parts of Iowa and Wisconsin.


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Israeli soldier killed in West Bank attack

An Israeli soldier was killed and two other people were wounded...

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First Qumra Talk shines spotlight on diversity in storytelling

At the first Qumra Talk of the Doha Film Institute’s (DFI) six-day...

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Syria force locked in battle with IS in holdout village

US-backed forces battled Islamic State group fighters yesterday as...

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Syria force locked in battle with IS in holdout village

US-backed forces battled Islamic State group fighters Saturday as the...


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Fitch affirms Doha Bank’s rating at ‘A’ with stable outlook

Fitch Ratings has affirmed Doha Bank’s Long-Term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at ‘A’ with a stable outlook. At the same time, the agency has affirmed Doha Bank’s Viability Rating at ‘bb+’.

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DP World trying to halt possible adverse probe findings: India watchdog

Dubai operator fears adverse investigation findings, says watchdog; India probing alleged antitrust violations at Mumbai port; DP World has urged court to stall the investigation

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QIG Marine Services honoured for supporting QIBS 2019 edition

QIG Marine Services, a subsidiary of Qatari Investors Group (QIG), has been awarded by AlMannai Plus Events, the organiser of Qatar International Boat Show (QIBS) for being the official forwarding partner in a closing ceremony held recently at The Pearl-Qatar.

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S Africa extends controlled blackouts as business stalls

South Africa’s state-owned power utility implemented a fifth straight day of controlled blackouts and will carry out more this week to prevent a total collapse of the electricity grid amid a shortage of capacity.

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Chinese state councillor rejects ‘abnormal’ US spying concerns

China dismissed US security warnings against its telecoms equipment maker Huawei as groundless and “abnormal” yesterday, as the Chinese government’s top diplomat went to Brussels to cool growing European frustration over trade.

Japan

Japan exports slump again on weak demand

Japan’s exports fell for a third month in February in a sign of growing strain on the trade-reliant economy, suggesting the central bank might be forced to offer more stimulus eventually to temper the effects of slowing external demand and trade frictions.

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