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Belarus arrests suspected ringleader of global cybercrime network

Belarus arrests suspected ringleader of global cybercrime network

One of Eastern Europe's most prolific cyber criminals has been arrested in a joint operation involving Belarus, Germany and the United States that aimed to dismantle a vast computer network used to carry out financial scams, officials said on Tuesday.

Ezdan Gharafa Mall marks anniversary

Ezdan Gharafa Mall marks anniversary

Ezdan Mall Company, a subsidiary of Ezdan Holding Group, held an array of events and celebrations to mark Ezdan Mall Gharafa’s fourth anniversary, from April 9 to April 15.

Ahlibank names savings scheme prize draw winner

Ahlibank names savings scheme prize draw winner

Ahlibank has named Safeldin Mahagob Mohamed as the Q1 2017 winner of the Al Rabeh Savings Scheme QR1 Million Prize Draw.

QU hosts meeting of academic officials from the GCC region

QU hosts meeting of academic officials from the GCC region

The Centre of Continuing Education at Qatar University (QU) launched yesterday the 23rd Meeting of the Deans of Deanships, Colleges and Community Service Centres in the GCC region.

Sheikha Moza visits education, employment projects in Sudan

Sheikha Moza visits education, employment projects in Sudan

HH Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, advocate for the UN Sustainable Development Goals, yesterday met with children, beneficiaries and staff at two of the projects her foundations are supporting to improve opportunities for young people in Sudan.

PHCC launches adolescent-friendly service in 3 health centres

PHCC launches adolescent-friendly service in 3 health centres

The Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) has launched an adolescent-friendly health service at Al Rayyan, West Bay and Madinat Khalifa health centres.

Belgian police release video footage of third airport suspect

Belgian police release video footage of third airport suspect

Belgian police on Monday released new video footage of the third suspect whose bomb failed to go off at Brussels airport in last week's attack.

Two years on, MH370 kin want search extension

Two years on, MH370 kin want search extension

Families devastated by the loss of flight MH370 vowed yesterday never to quit fighting for answers in the aviation mystery and said the huge search for the Malaysia Airlines plane should continue until something is found.

Moscow prepares to court foreign investors wary of past stumbles

Moscow prepares to court foreign investors wary of past stumbles

President Vladimir Putin is considering selling stakes in some of Russia’s state jewels to foreign buyers to raise cash for an economy brought to its knees by the collapse in oil prices and sanctions related to Ukraine. Investors are dubious.

Adobe to shut China R&D on tough business climate

Adobe to shut China R&D on tough business climate

Computer software maker Adobe Systems will shut its Chinese research and development arm, as US technology firms face an increasingly hostile government in the world’s second-biggest economy.

Foley killing an utter betrayal, says Hammond

Foley killing an utter betrayal, says Hammond

There are growing concerns that British passport holders could return from Iraq and Syria to commit attacks on British soil.

A thrilling trek

A thrilling trek

The sun rose as the red Land Cruiser off-roader made its way through dusty and rough terrain, littered with rocks that cracked under the weight of the vehicle.