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World urgently needs to quicken steps to reduce global warming: IMF

World urgently needs to quicken steps to reduce global warming: IMF

Countries around the world should urgently begin accelerating efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and the best way to do that is through implementation of carbon taxes ...

More steps to curb use of mobile phones by drivers

More steps to curb use of mobile phones by drivers

The Traffic Department is looking to further strengthen measures to curb the use of mobile phones while driving, an official has said.

Steps taken to combat commercial fraud successful

Steps taken to combat commercial fraud successful

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) and the Ministry of Public Health issued provisional circulars to protect the rights of consumers in Qatar on May 26th and June 6th 2018.

QP initiates steps to build 100 LNG ships

QP initiates steps to build 100 LNG ships

Qatar Petroleum has issued an "invitation to tender" for the reservation of ship construction capacity required for the LNG carrier fleet for its North Field Expansion (NFE) Project ...

Steps needed to face challenges posed by new media: IPU

Steps needed to face challenges posed by new media: IPU

False and misleading news on social media dominated discussions of the Standing Committee on Democracy and Human Rights during a session held on Monday as part of the 140th Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) in Doha.

‘Aggressive’ steps against West Bank Palestinians

‘Aggressive’ steps against West Bank Palestinians

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday announced “aggressive” measures against Palestinians in the West Bank

Qatar, India take steps to upgrade ties

Qatar, India take steps to upgrade ties

HH the Emir met Prime Minister Modi at the Emiri Diwan yesterday and they exchanged views on a number of bilateral, regional and multilateral issues of mutual interest

France steps into Mideast peace void

France steps into Mideast peace void

At the meeting, representatives from 28 countries, the Arab League, European Union and United Nations discussed ways in which the international community could “help advance the prospects for peace”