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CMC proposes 'assembly points' near main fishing harbours

'Assembly points' should be set up near the main fishing harbours in...

Education minister meets counterparts from various countries at WISE

HE the Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Mohamed Abdul...

Magical performances, compelling feature films to mark Ajyal concluding day

Experience magical performances and compelling feature films...

Max Tegmark giving the talk.

Priority sectors need advanced cyber security options: AI expert

Qatar should apply the most advanced cyber security programme in its...

Mycha training programme is underway at Qatar National Convention Centre.

EAA holds annual Mena youth humanitarian training programme

Education Above All Foundation (EAA) has launched the 3rd Mena Youth...

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Dutch gov't wins appeal against IS children repatriation

The Dutch appeals court on Friday overturned a ruling saying the government must help repatriate the children of women who joined the Islamic State group in Syria.

fire fighters smoking a hornet nest before taking it away in Solo

Angry hornets kill three in Indonesia

Three people have been killed by swarms of angry hornets in Indonesia over the past two weeks, a health agency official said Friday

Layton Davies (L) and George Powell (R)

UK men jailed for stealing Viking treasure

Two British men were jailed Friday for stealing a valuable hoard of 1,100-year-old coins and jewellery they found with metal detectors -- much of which remains missing.

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An Iraqi demonstrator throws away a tear gas canister during the ongoing anti-government protests in

Iraqi forces kill four protesters, cleric warns of crisis

Iraqi security forces killed four protesters in Baghdad on Friday and...

Javad Azari-Jahromi

US imposes sanctions on Iran's information minister

The United States imposed sanctions on Iran's communications minister...

Iraqi protesters carry away an injured comrade amid clashes with riot police during a demonstration

At least seven killed as Iraq seeks to quell uprising

Seven people were killed on Thursday when Iraqi security forces shot...

Damascus, Syria

Israeli strikes in Syria kill 24

A total of 24 people, including three civilians, were killed in...

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Visitors watch share prices at the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The Nikkei 225 closed up 0.3% to 23,122.88

Most Asian bourses on the rise as trade optimism returns

Asian markets mostly rose yesterday as a sense of optimism returned to trading floors after a report said China’s point man on the US tariffs talks had offered to host a meeting to help push through their crucial mini pact.

The Reserve Bank of India headquarters in Mumbai. The RBI requires banks to provision fully for thei

India lenders face possible $5bn shadow bank write-off

India’s surprise seizure of a troubled Indian shadow bank won’t end the woes of its lenders, faced with the risk of heavy write-offs if Dewan Housing Finance Corp is declared a fraudulent account.


World Bank decides to restore Pakistan’s budgetary support

After a gap of almost four years, the World Bank has decided to restore Pakistan’s budgetary support and may approve a $500mn loan to bring improvement in fiscal management and harmonise sales tax across the country.

The headquarters of Gazprom in Moscow. A 3.59% stake in Gazprom was sold at a multimillion-dollar di

Gazprom sells its own shares to single bidder at big discount

A 3.59% stake in Gazprom PJSC was sold at a multimillion-dollar discount to a single unidentified bidder. The deal allows Gazprom to capitalise on the surge in its stock price this year by converting shares of the parent company held by subsidiaries into cash

Pedestrians walk across Paternoster Square in front of the London Stock Exchange Group headquarters.

Global markets rebound as trade optimism returns

Stock markets rallied yesterday as hopes resurfaced that China and the United States could quickly strike a mini trade deal, pending a broader agreement later, dealers said.

A man holds a smartphone displaying Uber Technologies application. If Transport for London decides a

Uber has just days left in London unless new licence is granted

London’s transit authority is set to announce as soon as Monday whether it will grant Uber Technologies Inc a new licence to operate. If Transport for London decides against the company, Uber could face expulsion from its most important European market on Tuesday.


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Iran says the downing of the Ukrainian jet near Tehran was a ‘disastrous mistake’.


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