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Sheikh Dr Khalid bin Jabor al-Thani and Dr Abdul Azeem Hussain announcing details of the Thyroid Can

The Thyroid Cancer Conference, to be...

Bollywood star to add glitter to Qatar Show

Qatar Airways has announced that it will fly internationally-renowned...

Beauty of Turkish horses captured at Katara show

Katara – the Cultural Village Foundation in co-operation with the...

Sheikh Faisal at Pallas Arts gala dinner

Qatari Businessmen Association chairman HE Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim...


Tamuq professor elected to SME college

Dr Hamid R Parsaei, professor in the Mechanical Engineering Programme...


QBIC kicks off 12th wave of its LeanStartup Programme

Qatar Business Incubation Centre (QBIC), owned by Qatar Development...

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US Attorney General Jeff Sessions (L) looks on as Acting Director of the Federal Bureau of Investiga

Trump calls discussions about removing him "treasonous"

US President Donald Trump said Monday a top Justice official's reported discussions about invoking the Constitution to remove him from office were part of an "illegal and treasonous" push against him.

Ben Davis

Singapore's first Premier League footballer may face jail

Singapore's first footballer to sign with an English Premier League club has missed his mandatory national service and faces up to three years in jail if convicted, authorities said Monday.

Scott Morrison

Australia says 'state actor' hacked parties, parliament

Australia on Monday said a ‘sophisticated state actor’ had hacked the country's main political parties and parliament, just weeks before a closely fought election.

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A fighter with the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) goes through a hole in the wall in the f

Don't abandon us, Syrian Kurds tell Europe

A top Kurdish official has called on Europe not to abandon Syrian...


Former Gaddafi official freed in Libya for ‘health reasons’

A former official of ousted Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s regime...


In Syria, IS in quiet last stand to defend territory

Diehard militants have blocked roads out of the last scrap of their...

Tear gas smoke is seen amidst cars after Sudanese security forces used it to disperse protesters

Sudanese fruit seller dies choking on tear gas fired at protesters

A Sudanese fruit seller died on Sunday after choking on tear gas...

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A money changer

Turkey central bank seeks to rouse credit growth with cut in reserve ratios

Turkey cut the amount of cash lenders are required to hold in reserves for the first time in six months as the central bank tries to rouse credit growth without signalling a more drastic change in its tight policy stance.


HNA sold Deutsche Bank stock at double market price

When HNA Group Co became Deutsche Bank AG’s top shareholder in early 2017, the German lender’s shares were trading near two-year highs and the once-fledgling Chinese airline was voicing ambitions of turning into a big player on Wall Street.

Reserve Bank of India

Modi gets $4bn from India’s central bank before elections

India’s central bank approved an early transfer of a part of its profit to the government, which is desperate for cash to fund populist pledges ahead of a national election.


RCom reaches deal with lenders; shares rise over 11%

The Reliance Communication (RCom) stock rose sharply by over 11% yesterday, a day after the Anil Ambani-led Reliance Group reached an understanding by which the lenders will refrain from selling stock pledged by the promoters till September 30, 2019.


Singapore boosts spending on healthcare in ’19 budget

Singapore will boost spending on healthcare for its ageing population, give some citizens a tax rebate and tighten restrictions on foreign workers ahead of an election that could come as early as this year.

A man walks past a Coca-Cola

Coke seeks euro bond buyers after $5.1bn Costa Coffee deal

Coca-Cola Company is turning to Europe’s deal-hungry bond market as the US soda maker bets on coffee to help counter waning demand for fizzy drinks.


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