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WISH, 'Nursing Now Challenge' webinar to promote leadership in nursing

The World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) is hosting a virtual...

WCM-Q student publishes three research papers in two years

A student at Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar (WCM-Q) has had three...

QRCS concludes Little Hearts project in Indonesia

Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has concluded its Little Hearts...

Customers were given the opportunity to test-drive the entire range of models, including the all-new

Alfardan Luxury Motors hosts inaugural Aston Martin Service Clinic Week

Alfardan Luxury Motors Co, official dealer for Aston Martin in Qatar,...

Ian Almond

Book by Georgetown scholar offers a look at global literature beyond West

A new book by QF partner Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q)...


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Workers set up a tent, that will be used as a polling station in the upcoming elections tomorrow, in

Ethiopians pray for peaceful vote ahead of key election

Draped in sacred white cloth, the procession drifted silently towards a priest calling the faithful to celebrate the Archangel Michael.

People eat a meal at a food court in Select City Mall after authorities eased a lockdown imposed as

India asks states to ‘carefully calibrate’ lockdown easing

India’s central government yesterday urged states to be careful in reopening from Covid-19 lockdowns to prevent a resurgence of infections in the hard-hit country.

CONCERNED: Cate Blanchett.

Blanchett sees pandemic as chance for reflection on plight of refugees

This year’s World Refugee Day offers a chance to reflect on the uncertainty faced by those forced to flee their homes, actor Cate Blanchett, a goodwill ambassador for the UN refugee agency, says as the world grapples with the unpredictability of the Covid-19 pandemic.


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Iran's Ebrahim Raisi.

Iran's Raisi elected president with about 62% of vote

Iran's Ebrahim Raisi was elected president with just under 62 percent...

Ebrahim Raisi

Ultraconservative Raisi elected Iran president as rivals concede

Congratulations poured in for ultraconservative Ebrahim Raisi...

An Iranian couple holds documents after voting during presidential elections at a polling station in

Iranians vote for new president

Iranians voted yesterday in a presidential election in which cleric...

Cars queue for fuel at a gas station in Beirut, Lebanon. REUTERS

Work from car: Long queues for fuel force Lebanese to adapt

Stuck in a stationary queue of cars waiting for fuel in Beirut, game...


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Growth pangs gaining precedence for India’s inflation-targeting RBI

The economic disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has brought growth concerns to the top of Indian monetary policymakers’ priority list, and relegated the inflation goal to a secondary position, minutes of their meeting show.

Iran

Iran’s new president faces huge economic challenges as US sanctions stay in place

President-elect Ebrahim Raisi has vowed to improve Iran’s economy and raise living standards for families by focusing on the country’s domestic resources, trade ties with regional allies, and strengthening industrial output.

aramco

Aramco closes $12bn pipeline deal with China and UAE backing

China’s Silk Road Fund and Hassana Investment Co, controlled by the Saudi Arabian government, joined a group investing $12.4bn in Saudi Aramco’s oil pipelines.

Egypt

Egypt holds rates to guard against global price surge

Egypt has left interest rates unchanged for a fifth straight meeting, seeking to guard against a possible surge in inflation caused by the spike in global commodity prices.

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Inflation risks may warrant liftoff in 2022: Fed’s Bullard

Inflation risks may warrant the Federal Reserve beginning raising interest rates next year, St Louis Fed President James Bullard said, backing an even-earlier liftoff than pencilled in by many of his colleagues.

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Investors eye pockets of value in near-record Europe markets

With European stocks only just off record-highs, investors are having to look harder than ever to find pockets of value. Companies that can absorb an inflation spike are in hot demand, while many think so-called value stocks are still cheap relative to growth, even after a huge rally.

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