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Transport, industrials, telecom counters witness selling pressure on QSE

Transport, industrials, telecom counters witness selling pressure on QSE

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday saw Baladna and Aamal Company surge on their inclusion in MSCI Qatar Index but overall the bourse’s key barometer lost 91 points.

Swedish prosecutor reviewing witness accounts in Assange case

Swedish prosecutor reviewing witness accounts in Assange case

The Swedish prosecutor investigating a rape allegation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said on Monday she had interviewed seven witnesses, including two not previously heard ...

Asean-Qatar ties set to witness further growth, says envoy

Asean-Qatar ties set to witness further growth, says envoy

Vietnam's embassy in Doha on Thursday marked the Association of South East Asian Nations (Asean) Day in the presence of representatives from its member states.

Four of seven sectors witness buying interests on QSE

Four of seven sectors witness buying interests on QSE

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday settled marginally lower, although four of the seven sectors witnessed buying interests.

Qatar-US relations to witness continuous growth, says QBA chief

Qatar-US relations to witness continuous growth, says QBA chief

Reinforced by high-level meetings and mutual visits by officials of both countries, the growing relationship between Qatar and the US will continue to develop, a senior Qatar Businessmen Association (QBA) ...

Temperatures to witness slight fall in Qatar today

Temperatures to witness slight fall in Qatar today

Down from what was a “very hot” day across Qatar yesterday, when a peak temperature of 48C was recorded in Doha airport and Mesaieed...

ICC apologises for Gbagbo witness blunder

ICC apologises for Gbagbo witness blunder

The International Criminal Court Monday apologised for an embarrassing blunder during the trial of former Ivorian leader Laurent Gbagbo which led to the unmasking of several protected witnesses, and ordered a formal inquiry.