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Emiri Guard celebrates graduation of 178 officers

Emiri Guard celebrates graduation of 178 officers

Under the patronage of HE the Emiri Guard Commander Major General Hazza bin Khalil al-Shahwani, the Emiri Guard School concluded yesterday morning the 2016/2017 training season at the Barzan camp, where it marked the graduation of nine courses with the participation of 178 officers and members of th

Education Minister meets World Bank delegation

Education Minister meets World Bank delegation

HE the Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Mohamed Abdul Wahed Ali al-Hammadi has met with Dr Jamal al-Kibbi, programme manager for GCC countries at the World Bank, and the delegation accompanying him.

Doha Forum urges world to help end conflicts

Doha Forum urges world to help end conflicts

The two-day Doha Forum which was held under the theme “Development, Stability and Refugee Crisis” concluded yesterday evening.

Smith, Rahane propel Supergiant to victory

Smith, Rahane propel Supergiant to victory

Rising Pune Supergiant rode on superb batting by captain Steven Smith and Ajinkya Rahane to defeat Mumbai Indians by seven wickets in the Indian Premier League at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium yesterday.

Scattered rain in inshore areas forecast

Scattered rain in inshore areas forecast

There is a chance of scattered rain in the inshore areas of Qatar on Thursday, the Met office said. The offshore forecast is thundery rain associated with strong wind and high sea to the north.

Lufthansa says offered mediation in pay dispute with pilots

Lufthansa says offered mediation in pay dispute with pilots

Lufthansa has offered its pilots in Germany mediation in a long-running row over pay, it said on Monday, as it seeks to avert more strikes.

Concern over closure of two private petrol stations

Concern over closure of two private petrol stations

A number of motorists have expressed concern over the reported closure of two private petrol stations in Doha, which, they lamented, would add more to the congestion, waiting time, and longer queues at filling stations.

Turkey opens a new front in Syria attack

Turkey opens a new front in Syria attack

Turkey yesterday sent more tanks into the northern Syrian village of al-Rai to fight Islamic State extremists, opening a new front after its intervention last month against the group, state media reported.

Just like Omran, children bear brunt of Syria war

Just like Omran, children bear brunt of Syria war

The haunting image of Omran, a little boy mutely caked in blood and dust following an air strike, has become the latest symbol of Syria’s war and its devastating impact on children.

New phase of Dukhan Highway Central open to traffic

New phase of Dukhan Highway Central open to traffic

Ashghal has opened a new stretch of Dukhan Highway Central to traffic in both directions, providing vastly more efficient and safe transit between Doha and Al Sheehaniya.

Pakistan parliament to vote on honour killing, rape laws

Pakistan parliament to vote on honour killing, rape laws

Pakistan's law minister on Thursday announced that bills aimed at tackling "honour killings" and boosting rape convictions would soon be voted on by parliament, days after the murder of a social media star by her brother.

New dad Phelps having a blast with baby Boomer

New dad Phelps having a blast with baby Boomer

Michael Phelps is viewing what he vows is a last Olympic campaign through a fresh set of eyes, thanks to the arrival of baby son Boomer last month.