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Clashes at Al-Aqsa compound

Clashes at Al-Aqsa compound

A Palestinian man shows foam-tipped bullets used by Israeli riot police outside the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque

Diplomacy at work

Diplomacy at work

Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa (right) welcomes the European Council President Donald Tusk at the Sao Bento Palace in Lisbon.

At razor-wire fence, migrants wait to reach EU free-travel zone

At razor-wire fence, migrants wait to reach EU free-travel zone

Nila Eskanzadah, a 25-year-old midwife from Afghanistan, has been camping on the border between Hungary and Serbia for the past 16 days.

Thapa at convocation

Thapa at convocation

Nepal’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Kamal Thapa at the South Asian University Convocation in New Delhi last week.

Caution pervades at four of world’s top central banks

Caution pervades at four of world’s top central banks

It is a sign of the caution that permeates the global economic outlook when four of the world’s top central banks

“You look at things that inspire you”

“You look at things that inspire you”

Her passion for art and design is evident in a great eye for detail. And combining all these gifts with her knack for creativity

Oil at $45 proving no saviour with bankruptcies piling up

Oil at $45 proving no saviour with bankruptcies piling up

Three bankruptcies last week shows that $45 a barrel oil isn’t enough to rescue energy companies on the verge of collapse.

Oil market at crossroads as big rally masks risks lurking ahead

Oil market at crossroads as big rally masks risks lurking ahead

Fuel glut seen looming as refineries increase gasoline output; Opec output may jump as Iran, Saudi battle for market share

Thrill rides at festival

Thrill rides at festival

The excitement and thrill the various rides provide make the ongoing Souq Waqif festival....

Discounts at QatArt sale delight buyers

Discounts at QatArt sale delight buyers

QatArt Handmade Community held a “season end sale” yesterday