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Met warns of strong winds, dust, low visibility Friday

Weather inshore until 6pm on Friday...

Full attendance, weekly RAT decision triggers debate

The announcement on resuming in-person classes in schools and...

Qatar among world's least corrupt countries

Qatar achieved 63 points on the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI),...

Demand picks up for rapid antigen test kits ahead of school return

With the weekly home rapid antigen test (RAT) becoming mandatory for...

During the meeting, bilateral co-operation relations between the two countries were reviewed.

Al-Hammadi meets Czech deputy minister

HE the Secretary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Dr Ahmed...

During the round of political consultations, bilateral co-operation relations were reviewed, and an

Qatar, Dominican Republic hold round of political consultations

The ministries of foreign affairs of Qatar and the Dominican Republic...

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President of the Italian Senate Maria Elisabetta Alberti Casellati attends a voting session in the I

Italy's right to try to elect Senate speaker as president, snubbing left

Italian political leaders agreed Friday to speed up voting for the post of president after days of deadlock that has paralysed Prime Minister Mario Draghi's government.

People walk along the uprooted Kenya-Uganda railway line in Nairobi's Kibera slums, April 15, 2009.

Rwanda to reopen Uganda land border after three-year closure

Rwanda said Friday it will reopen its land border with Uganda next week after a three-year closure, a major breakthrough in efforts to repair ties between the neighbours.

Military officials and local residents offer funeral prayers for a soldier who was killed in an atta

Ten Pakistani soldiers killed in insurgent attack, army says

Separatist insurgents have claimed responsibility for an attack on a Pakistani army post near a southwestern port in which China is investing, and the army said 10 soldiers were killed.

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Hariri steps away from politics, upending election landscape

Lebanese leader Saad al-Hariri said yesterday he was stepping back...


Lebanon's ex-PM Hariri says retires from political life

Former Lebanese prime minister Saad Hariri announced Monday he would...

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Foreign funds’ buying interests boost QSE above 12,500 levels

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday gained more than 27 points to once again cross the 12,500 levels, mainly on the back of strong buying interests of the foreign institutions.

Masraf Al Rayan Tower. The bank’s board of directors has recommended to the annual general assembly

Masraf Al Rayan posts QR1.71bn net profit in 2021

The bank’s board of directors has recommended to the annual general assembly the distribution of a cash dividend of QR0.17 per share, which translates into 17% of the nominal share value

Simon Williams, HSBC chief economist, CEEMEA.

HSBC 'remains upbeat' on Qatar’s near, long-term prospects

HSBC “remains upbeat” on Qatar’s near and long-term prospects, with an already robust outlook now bolstered by rising oil prices and even stronger gains in natural gas receipts.

An oil refinery on the outskirts of Doha (file). More-than-doubled exports of petroleum gases and a

Qatar trade surplus almost triples in December: PSA

More-than-doubled exports of petroleum gases and a robust double digit growth in the shipments of crude as well as non-crude led Qatar's trade surplus almost triple year-on-year to QR25.68bn in December 2021, according to the official statistics.

The disinvestment of Air India concluded with the transfer of 100% shares of Air India to Tata Sons

Tata Sons owns Air India after years of taxpayer bailouts

Tata Sons Pvt formally took charge of debt-laden Air India Ltd, ending years of failed attempts to sell the money-losing airline that has been kept afloat with billions of dollars of taxpayer money.

A worker delivers goods at a grocery store in Fairfax Virginia. According to a Reuters survey of eco

US economy likely regained steam in Q4; 2021 growth seen the best in 37 years

US economic growth likely accelerated in the fourth quarter as businesses replenished depleted inventories to meet strong demand for goods, helping the nation to log its best performance in nearly four decades in 2021.


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