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Qatar Chamber urges members to update their company data

Qatar Chamber urges members to update their company data

Qatar Chamber has urged its 53,000 members to update their respective company data and contact information as part of the chamber’s plan to setup an integrated database, it was announced.

Congo rebel revival ‘threatens elections’

Congo rebel revival ‘threatens elections’

The Democratic Republic of the Congo has told the United Nations that a re-emergence of the M23 rebellion in the east is endangering a deal with the opposition intended to lead to a presidential election this year.

Al-Tawakkul: Trusting in Allah

Al-Tawakkul: Trusting in Allah

All praise is due to Allah. We thank Him and we seek His help, guidance and forgiveness. We seek refuge with Allah from the evil promptings of our souls and the evil consequences of our deeds.

Optimism reigns in India as CEOs, consumers look beyond China

Optimism reigns in India as CEOs, consumers look beyond China

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has something to cheer about even as economists slash India’s growth forecasts.

4 dead, 20 hurt as car rams into shoppers in Melbourne

4 dead, 20 hurt as car rams into shoppers in Melbourne

A car ploughed into pedestrians on a popular shopping strip in the heart of Australia’s second-largest city yesterday, killing four people including a young child and injuring dozens more.

QNB Capital is joint-lead manager for Turkey’s $2bn global bond

QNB Capital is joint-lead manager for Turkey’s $2bn global bond

QNB Capital, along with Barclays, Citi and Goldman Sachs, acted as joint-lead manager and book-runner for the Turkey’s $2bn long 10-year senior unsecured global bond, which has seen oversubscription.

EM leaders tell Trump from Davos: Don’t damage trade

EM leaders tell Trump from Davos: Don’t damage trade

Globalisation is good. That’s the message leaders of developing countries want to send from the Davos forum to US President Donald Trump, who took office yesterday.

Aligning the West for an uncertain world

Aligning the West for an uncertain world

In 2016, the United Kingdom made the momentous decision to leave the European Union, Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, and many European countries continued to struggle with internal challenges. The EU feels less stable than at any point in my lifetime.

Chance of light rain, followed by windy conditions

Chance of light rain, followed by windy conditions

There is a chance of light rain in the coming days, followed by a spell of strong winds and a noticeable drop in temperatures in the country, the Qatar Met department has said.

20 firefighters dead in Tehran high-rise collapse: mayor

20 firefighters dead in Tehran high-rise collapse: mayor

Tehran's mayor said more than 20 firefighters had been killed when the city's oldest high-rise collapsed following a fire on Thursday.

Anger at skeletal sun bears in Indonesian zoo

Anger at skeletal sun bears in Indonesian zoo

Animal rights activists yesterday demanded the closure of an Indonesian zoo after skeletal sun bears were pictured begging for food from visitors and eating their own dung.

Germany-bound Eurowings flight lands over bomb scare

Germany-bound Eurowings flight lands over bomb scare

A flight operated by Lufthansa's budget unit Eurowings travelling from Salalah in Oman to Cologne, Germany made an emergency landing in Kuwait after a bomb scare on Sunday ...