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Awqaf's summer educational programme

The summer educational programme held...

Ahlibank holds yearly blood donation campaign in co-operation with HMC

Ahlibank, one of the leading financial institutions in Qatar,...

Report shows Qatar above global average for active and nascent entrepreneurs

The GUESSS 2021 National Report of Qatar, authored by Allan-Villegas...

QRCS launches #DevotionToGaza campaign

Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has launched a QR10mn fundraising...

Qatar Charity signs agreement to drill 50 wells in Albania

Qatar Charity signs agreement to drill 50 wells in Albania

Qatar Charity (QC) has signed an agreement to drill 50 wells for the...

HBKU students win CodeCamp hackathon with smart solution for Hamad Hospital

HBKU students win CodeCamp hackathon with smart solution for Hamad Hospital

A team of PhD students from the College of Science and Engineering...


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Albanian farmer

Albanian farmer feeds coffee to fields amid fertiliser crunch

With the pandemic and the Ukraine conflict sending fertiliser prices through the roof, Albanian farmer Alban Cakalli has turned to coffee, one of the Balkan country’s great loves, to nourish his fields.

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Montenegro town reels after mass shooting

Residents in Montenegro’s Cetinje were filled with disbelief yesterday as they tried to make sense of an unexpected mass shooting that saw their quiet town’s streets shattered by a gruesome killing spree.

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Source of the River Thames driest ever as drought nears

The source of the River Thames has dried up further downstream than ever before, as England looks set to enter a drought that some experts say the country is unprepared for.


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Drought tightens its grip on Morocco

Mohamed gave up farming because of successive droughts that have hit...

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Four Palestinians killed by Israeli forces in West Bank

Israeli forces killed four people yesterday in the occupied West...

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30 inmates escape from Lebanon jail

More than 30 people fled a Lebanon detention centre at dawn...

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Islamic Jihad agrees Gaza truce with Israel to end conflict

Islamic Jihad fighters yesterday agreed terms of an Egyptian-brokered...


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A person walks past the Apple store on Fifth Avenue in New York City. The world’s most valuable comp

Apple’s big rally gives investors something to cheer about

For investors trying to decipher if the stock market rebound has staying power, Apple Inc holds a clue.

Dukhan Bank announces September draw winners of Thara’a savings account prize

Dukhan Bank announces August draw winners of Thara’a savings account

Dukhan Bank announced the names of the most recent round of draw winners for Thara’a, its Shariah-compliant savings account, at the bank’s headquarters.

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Ooredoo executive leadership team visits Microsoft HQ for to discuss future of enterprise cloud, telco industry

Ooredoo Qatar’s executive leadership team has toured Microsoft’s Executive Briefing Centre and Industry Experience Centre at the tech giant’s headquarters in Seattle, US, as part of a top-level visit to its longstanding partner.

Mastercard is facing pushback from retailers over a new product that allows customers to pay off the

Mastercard faces retailer backlash over instalment payments

Mastercard Inc is facing pushback from retailers over a new product that allows customers to pay off their purchases in instalments.

Shoppers inside a grocery store in San Francisco. US import prices fell for the first time in seven

US consumer sentiment up, inflation outlook brightens as import prices decline

US import prices fell for the first time in seven months in July, helped by a strong dollar and lower fuel and nonfuel costs, while consumers’ one-year inflation outlook ebbed in August, the latest signs that price pressures may have peaked.

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China state-owned giants to delist from US amid audit spat

Five of China’s largest state-owned companies announced plans to delist from US exchanges as the two countries struggle to come to an agreement allowing American regulators to inspect audits of Chinese businesses.

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