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Kuwaiti FM: talks on 'reconciliation' fruitful

Kuwait's Foreign Minister and Acting Information Minister Sheikh Dr...

MoPH reports 136,872 total Covid recoveries

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) announced Friday 166 new...

HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani

FM expresses Qatar's optimism for a solution to Gulf crisis

HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh...

Fans will be greeted by vast green spaces, state-of-the-art amenities at Education City Stadium

Fans will be greeted with vast green spaces, state-of-the-art amenities at Education City Stadium

The landscape around Education City Stadium is dotted with leading...

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Austrian ex-finance minister jailed for graft

A Vienna court has sentenced a flamboyant, jet-setting former Austrian finance minister to eight years in prison in the country’s biggest corruption trial since World War II.

A masked woman uses her smartphone as she walks in a park in Moscow yesterday.

WHO warns against Covid complacency

Recent progress on coronavirus vaccines is positive but the World Health Organisation (WHO) is concerned that this has led to a growing perception that the pandemic has come to an end, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said yesterday.

Muslims offer weekly Friday prayers at a mosque in Islamabad yesterday. The government has announced

President revives SOPs for mosque congregations

As the second wave of coronavirus pandemic continues to surge in the country, President Dr Arif Alvi has issued a declaration for the revival of the already-agreed standard operating procedures (SOPs) for collective prayers in mosques and imambargahs, it was learnt yesterday.

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A Bedouin man walks with a Palestinian flag in the village of Khan al-Ahmar

UN affirms Palestinian people's right to self-determination, two-state solution

Participants in the remote meeting organised by the United Nations to...

Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh is seen in this undated photo taken before his death.

Iranian MPs seek hardening of nuclear stance after scientist killed

A bill requiring Iran’s government to suspend nuclear inspections...

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Qatar's PPI — a measure of the average selling prices received by the domestic producers for their o

PPI for Qatar's industrial sector sees 5% increase in October

The producer price index (PPI) for Qatar's industrial sector saw a robust 5% month-on-month increase in October 2020, mainly lifted by higher average selling prices, especially for hydrocarbons and certain manufactured products as refined petroleum products, basic metals and paper products, accordin


QSE adds QR12bn in capitalisation on vaccine, projects optimism

Global positive factors as the Covid-19 vaccine and robust domestic pipeline of projects had influenced the Qatar Stock Exchange, which witnessed more than 175 points addition to its key index and QR12bn in capitalisation this week.

A view of The Pearl-Qatar.

Building sales top weekly property deals by 57.5%, says Ezdan report

Buildings of all types, including residences, residential buildings, and complexes formed the chunk of the weekly property sales market, generating up to QR171.3mn or 57.5% of the total sales volume, according to Ezdan Real Estate report.

From left: NelsonPark Property managing director Jeffrey Asselstine, hapondo co-founder Haajerah Kha

Bright outlook seen for Qatar’s property market

The State of Qatar’s new property law sets out incentives for residents to reside in the country for the long term, according to one of the co-founders of hapondo, Qatar-based tech start-up specialising in the State’s real estate sector.

The Boeing signage is displayed on its building in Chicago. Boeing’s debt totalled around $60bn as o

Boeing signs $5bn vendor funding deal with Castlelake

Investment firm Castlelake LP signed an agreement with Boeing Co to provide as much as $5bn of financing to airlines and other companies looking to buy planes from the aerospace manufacturer.

Sainsbury’s said it had performed ahead of expectations, particularly since the start of the second

Sainsbury’s, Asda and Aldi waive tax relief as UK supermarkets hand back $2.3bn

Sainsbury’s, Asda and Aldi will forgo UK property tax relief during the pandemic, following rivals Tesco and Morrisons and taking the total saved by the government from supermarket groups to £1.74bn ($2.34bn).


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