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Qatar’s aid seeks to improve the lot of world’s needy

Qatar’s aid seeks to improve the lot of world’s needy

Qatar has a stellar track record in providing humanitarian and development assistance to the needy countries and contributes to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals 2030.

Mobile security threats: solutions in our hands

Mobile security threats: solutions in our hands

Businesses and individuals increasingly rely on mobile technologies and applications to do anything from transferring money between bank accounts to turning on lights in living rooms.

The tiny plastic packages that are fuelling Asia’s waste crisis

The tiny plastic packages that are fuelling Asia’s waste crisis

Two dozen children fanned out along a creek near their elementary school, filling sacks with litter left by residents of the concrete shacks lining the waterway.

‘Global warming’ brings a tidal wave of woes for Venice

‘Global warming’ brings a tidal wave of woes for Venice

Residents in the Italian city of Venice, a Unesco world heritage site, are used to the canals inching higher every year around this time.

The digital money revolution

The digital money revolution

How radically will digital currencies change our methods of exchange and the way that we think about money?

Take diabetes to heart

Take diabetes to heart

What does diabetes have to do with heart disease? A lot, says the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) a division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Japan ‘may slide toward recession’

Japan ‘may slide toward recession’

Shinzo Abe may be about to become Japan’s longest-serving prime minister, but he also looks set to lead the world’s third-largest economy into a downturn, with little sign that his much-vaunted “Abenomics” stimulus policies will help turn things around.

The aviation industry: a viable career choice for Arab youth

The aviation industry: a viable career choice for Arab youth

Since the advent of flying more than a century ago, aviation has become one of the most resilient industries. Powered by forward-looking innovations but also faced with numerous setbacks, the industry has continuously adapted to various market forces

Britons in EU say Brexit taking its toll

Britons in EU say Brexit taking its toll

Past 40, and nearly five years after he arrived in Madrid, John Halliday is moving back to the UK and in with his parents. He had “nowhere else to go”, he says: Brexit had cost him his job and made other Spanish employers reluctant to hire Britons.

California school shooting: It’s guns. It’s always the guns

California school shooting: It’s guns. It’s always the guns

Authorities in California are still trying to figure out exactly what transpired on Thursday morning at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, where a shooting left two students dead at last count.

Why US inequality is higher than Europe’s

Why US inequality is higher than Europe’s

Europe’s political forces are divided between those who regard the European Union as promoting unfair, inefficient neoliberal economic policies, and those who see the bloc as key to preserving the relatively equitable and inclusive “European social model.”

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