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An exhibition entitled ‘Hope enlightens...

Doha Metro tunnelling soil tested for farm use

Qatar Railways Company announced the completion of research on the...

Rawdat Al Khail health centre to start emergency unit on April 7

The emergency unit at Rawdat Al Khail Health Centre will start...

‘Public art reflects nation’s ideals’

Public art and various forms of arts aim to inspire local talents and...


QFFD contributes $2mn to UN development operations

Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD) and the United Nations (UN) have...


Temporary closure of underpass at Al Gassar Interchange on Lusail Expressway

The Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has announced the temporary...

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Rescuers hope to reach more cyclone victims

Rescuers yesterday said they hoped to reach hundreds of people still stranded more than a week after a powerful cyclone struck Mozambique and swathes of southeast Africa, as roads started to reopen.

Imran Khan

PM hopeful of finding oil reserves near Karachi

Prime Minister Imran Khan yesterday said Pakistan will not need to import oil after reserves are found near Karachi’s seas.

Minister Jacinda Ardern

New Zealand orders top-level probe into mosque massacres

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern yesterday ordered an independent judicial inquiry into whether police and intelligence services could have prevented the Christchurch mosque attacks on March 15.

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A damaged house that was hit by a rocket can be seen north of Tel Aviv, Israel

Rocket hits house north of Tel Aviv, Israelis wounded: police

A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip hit a house in a community north...


Azali hijacked Comoros elections, claim rivals

Polls opened yesterday in the tiny archipelago of Comoros, with...

Nofal al-Akoub

Iraqi parliament sacks governor after deadly ferry sinking

The Iraqi parliament on Sunday voted to sack a provincial governor...

Palestinian men carry an injured protester at the border fence with Israel east of Gaza City on Marc

Israeli forces kill two Gazans during border protest

Israeli forces killed two Palestinian men on Friday and wounded 55...

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S&P affirms QIB’s rating at ‘A-/A-2’ with stable outlook

Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has affirmed Qatar Islamic Bank’s (QIB) issuer credit rating at ‘A-/A-2’ with a stable outlook.


America emerges third-biggest holder of LNG export capacity

Just three years after it began sending liquefied natural gas overseas, America now trails only Australia and Qatar in the volume of the fuel it’s capable of exporting.


Turkish central bank vows to ensure stability of lira

Turkey’s central bank yesterday vowed to use all the tools at its disposal to “maintain price stability” after a slide in the lira last week amid investor concerns over domestic monetary policy.


Back to the Marc Rich days as US probes commodity traders

Not since the days of fugitive oil merchant Marc Rich has the commodities trading industry faced so much global scrutiny.

Tokyo stock Exchange

Asian markets tumble as US recession fears rise

Asian markets plunged yesterday after a sharp sell-off on Wall Street fuelled by concerns about the global economy and a possible recession in the United States.


Fading star of global commodity trade moves closer to sale

In its heyday in the early 2000s, the Tokyo Commodity Exchange was at the heart of the global commodity trade, its precious metals and rubber contracts used as benchmarks around the world.


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