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Qatar calls for peaceful resolution of conflicts

Qatar calls for peaceful resolution of conflicts

Qatar has underlined that resolving armed conflicts through peaceful means is the best and most effective way to maintain international peace and security.

Climate, conflicts set to plunge millions into food crisis

Climate, conflicts set to plunge millions into food crisis

Food crises will affect tens of millions of people across the world this year, researchers warned on Tuesday, after war, extreme weather and economic woes in 2018 left more than 113 million in dire need of help.

Mediation only way to settle disputes, says Qatar

Mediation only way to settle disputes, says Qatar

The State of Qatar reiterated its commitment to mediation to settle conflicts and disputes by peaceful means, affirming that its interest in mediation lies at the heart of the priority it attaches to the maintenance of peace and security.

Gulf crisis: UN official supports Kuwaiti mediation

Gulf crisis: UN official supports Kuwaiti mediation

Miroslav Lajcak, the president of the 72nd Session of the UN General Assembly, was interacting with a gathering at Doha Institute for Graduate Studies.

Qatar hails Kuwaiti Emir's call for calm, reconciliation

Qatar hails Kuwaiti Emir's call for calm, reconciliation

Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah stressed the need to preserve the rights of future generations by the current generation of Gulf leaders.

Israel strikes Gaza after rocket fired

Israel strikes Gaza after rocket fired

The Israeli air force carried out raids on Gaza early Thursday after a rocket was fired from the Palestinian enclave towards Israel, sources on both sides said.

Red Cross urges release of two staff abducted in Afghanistan

Red Cross urges release of two staff abducted in Afghanistan

The Red Cross on Saturday called for the unconditional release of two staff members who were abducted when their convoy was ambushed in northern Afghanistan last week, leaving six other workers dead.

28 killed in Shabaab attack on Mogadishu hotel

28 killed in Shabaab attack on Mogadishu hotel

Twenty-eight people were killed Wednesday when Al-Shabaab fighters struck a popular Mogadishu hotel, setting off two car bombs and opening fire on security guards, according to the city's main ambulance service.

Afghan TV station targeted by Taliban wins AFP award

Afghan TV station targeted by Taliban wins AFP award

Independent Afghan TV news station TOLO picked up the 2016 Agence France-Presse Kate Webb prize Thursday for its fearless reporting in one of the world's most dangerous countries.

Merkel urges Turks not to bring conflicts to Germany

Merkel urges Turks not to bring conflicts to Germany

Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday urged people of Turkish origin living in Germany to take part in German society and not to bring conflicts taking place back in Turkey to Germany.