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The Qatar Civil Aviation Authority...

HBKU-organised inaugural Middle East Conference from Feb 6

The inaugural edition of the international Middle East Conference...

Malabar Gold & Diamonds opens two new showrooms in Qatar

Malabar Gold & Diamonds has opened six new showrooms across Qatar,...

Shura Council stresses need to rein in inflation

The weekly meeting of Shura Council on Monday expressed concern at...

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QF launches new scholarships for youngsters to take up teaching

Qatar Foundation’s( QF) Pre-University Education ( PUE) has launched...

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631 face prosecution for Covid violations

The designated authorities referred 631 people to the prosecution for...


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Ukraine

Tensions rise over Ukraine

Nato said yesterday it was putting forces on standby and reinforcing eastern Europe with more ships and fighter jets, and could also send additional troops to its south-east flank, in what Russia denounced as an escalation of tensions over Ukraine.

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Pakistan swears in first woman apex court judge

Pakistan swore in Ayesha Malik as its first female Supreme Court judge yesterday, a landmark occasion in a nation where activists say the law is often wielded against women.

Sultanahmet Square as Hagia Sophia Grand Mosque

Istanbul airport shut amid snow havoc in southeast Europe

Europe’s busiest airport shut down in Istanbul yesterday while schools and vaccination centres closed in Athens as a rare snowstorm blanketed swathes of the eastern Mediterranean, causing blackouts and traffic havoc.


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

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

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Istanbul airport shuts as snow blankets southeast Europe

Europe's busiest airport shut down in Istanbul while schools and...

Lebanon

Lebanon must not be platform for hostility: Kuwait FM

Kuwait’s foreign minister said yesterday Lebanon must not be a...

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UAE bans drones for a month after Yemeni Houthi attack

The United Arab Emirates has banned the use of drones for one month,...


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Saleh bin Hamad al-Sharqi, director general, Qatar Chamber.

New report to chart the next chapter of Qatar’s growth story as FIFA World Cup 2022 draws closer, says OBG report

The investment opportunities emerging across high-potential sectors of Qatar’s economy, including logistics, advanced manufacturing, sport, and digital technologies, will be explored in a forthcoming report by the global research and consultancy firm, Oxford Business Group (OBG).

QSE

Foreign funds lift QSE above 12,500 points

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Monday gained more than 35 points and its key index settled above 12,500 levels, mainly on the back of foreign institutions’ strong net buying interests.

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Nakilat takes delivery, management of 4th new build LNG carrier ‘Global Sealine’

Nakilat has taken delivery of a new build LNG carrier, ‘Global Sealine’, which will be commercially and technically managed in-house by Nakilat Shipping Qatar Limited (NSQL).

Dr Tejinder Singh, the chapter director of Startup Grind Doha

Vertical specific parks key to growing Qatar’s startup ecosystem, says industry expert

Similar to the establishment of the Qatar FinTech Hub (QFTH), setting up investment and tech hubs would be essential to the growth of Qatar’s startup ecosystem, according to an industry expert.

QIIB’s board of directors has proposed cash dividend of QR0.375 per share (37.5% of the nominal shar

QIIB net profit surges 7% to QR1bn in 2021

QIIB’s board of directors proposed cash dividend of QR0.375 per share (37.5% of the nominal share value), subject to the approval of its financial statements by QCB and bank’s AGM

A general view in Riyadh. Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest crude oil exporter, will see 5.7% econom

Gulf economies seen to grow faster in 2022; oil fall biggest threat

The economies in the six-member Gulf Co-operation Council will grow at their fastest paces in several years, according to a Reuters poll of economists who cautioned the risk to that outlook was skewed to the downside.

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