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Qatar surges ahead with 2022 World Cup plans

Qatar surges ahead with 2022 World Cup plans

Qatar is ahead of schedule when it comes to venues, related major projects and even paint.

Flood-hit New Zealand regions brace for more rain

Flood-hit New Zealand regions brace for more rain

Flood-hit regions of New Zealand were warned to expect more wild weather on Sunday after a deluge forced evacuations and emergency declarations in parts of South Island.

Ahli aiming for a win against Rayyan

Ahli aiming for a win against Rayyan

Al Ahli’s first team manager Fahad Ali has confirmed that the club has found an able replacement for departing striker Firmin Mubele in former player Mojtaba Jabbari.

Toshiba more than doubles profit outlook for H1 as yen drives sales

Toshiba more than doubles profit outlook for H1 as yen drives sales

Toshiba Corp raised its forecast for first-half operating profit to ¥70bn ($696mn) from ¥30bn, crediting growth in storage and electronic devices for a more than doubling of its earnings outlook.

Australian state without power after 'unprecedented' storm

Australian state without power after 'unprecedented' storm

The entire state of South Australia was without power on Wednesday after being pummelled by an "unprecedented" storm, with the blackout causing chaos as authorities warned of more wild weather.

Toll rises to 10 in militant assault on Indian air base

Toll rises to 10 in militant assault on Indian air base

A gold medal-winning Indian shooter was among 10 people killed in an audacious pre-dawn assault on an air force base on Saturday.

Doha to host PSG vs Inter blockbuster in December

Doha to host PSG vs Inter blockbuster in December

Football fans in Qatar will witness another blockbuster clash this December when Paris Saint-Germain will take on Inter Milan at the Al Sadd Stadium here in Doha.

US plane crashes in Afghanistan after Taliban battle in Kunduz

US plane crashes in Afghanistan after Taliban battle in Kunduz

A US military transport plane crashed in eastern Afghanistan, killing 11 people including six Nato soldiers in a fresh setback after the Taliban briefly seized Kunduz.

 IATA meet explores transport issues, open skies row

IATA meet explores transport issues, open skies row

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) began its three-day annual meeting here on Sunday against the backdrop of a plethora of issues facing the industry...

Needed: an open debate about free-trade agreement

Needed: an open debate about free-trade agreement

The debate in the US about trade has taken an unfortunate turn. Instead of discussing the detailed issues on their merits,

Hundreds benefit from QRC health education project

Hundreds benefit from QRC health education project

Qatar Red Crescent (QRC) has continued its health education and training efforts for Qatari society members of various ages and from different walks of life....

Davis seizes Valspar first-round lead

Davis seizes Valspar first-round lead

Brian Davis chipped in for birdie at his last hole on Thursday for a six-under-par 65 and a one-shot lead after the first round of the US PGA Tour Valspar Championship.