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Qatar Charity provides water for Taiz

Qatar Charity provides water for Taiz

Qatar Charity (QC) has provided, in co-operation with Sobol Charity, clean water for residents of Taiz in Yemen.

Emerging equities rise on buoyant global sentiment

Emerging equities rise on buoyant global sentiment

Emerging stocks were set to end the first trading week of 2017 with gains of over 2%, benefiting from buoyant global equity sentiment, a dollar retreat and Chinese action to quash yuan market speculators.

Dozens arrested for attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh

Dozens arrested for attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh

Police in Bangladesh have arrested dozens of people following fresh violence against Hindus, the country's biggest minority community, a senior officer told reporters on Sunday.

US Treasury Secretary Lew raps China on excess steel production

US Treasury Secretary Lew raps China on excess steel production

Chinese oversupply of steel is “damaging and distorting” global markets, US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said yesterday, joining a chorus of criticism that blames Beijing for plant closures and job losses in the industry worldwide.

Two expats jailed for selling drugs

Two expats jailed for selling drugs

Two Nigerian expatriates have been sentenced to 10 years in jail by a Doha criminal court for trading in illicit drugs.

Embrace the prospect of cities for refugees

Embrace the prospect of cities for refugees

The Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawaris is negotiating with the owners of two Greek islands a plan to resettle hundreds of thousands of refugees

 Bowditch leads, Spieth fades at soggy Byron Nelson

Bowditch leads, Spieth fades at soggy Byron Nelson

Australian Steven Bowditch shot a four-under-par 65 to open up a two-stroke lead after the third round of the AT&T Byron Nelson on Saturday.

Tepid and nonsensical

Tepid and nonsensical

Charlie Mortdecai (Johnny Depp) is an English lord, an inbred art dealer, tax dodger and, by his own admission, “a rogue, a scoundrel”.

Qatar Chamber hosts Polish trade team

Qatar Chamber hosts Polish trade team

Qatar Chamber (QC) has received a business delegation from Poland, headed by Katarynzna Kacaperczyk, Poland undersecretary of state for Africa and Middle East Policy...

Hamilton's China win leaves Rosberg fuming

Hamilton's China win leaves Rosberg fuming

Lewis Hamilton roared to victory at the Chinese Grand Prix but sparked a furious blast from Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg ...

Ex-rebel admits lawmakers ‘corralled’ for Crimea vote

Ex-rebel admits lawmakers ‘corralled’ for Crimea vote

A former separatist commander in east Ukraine has said local authorities were loyal to Kiev during Moscow’s takeover of Crimea and lawmakers had to be “corralled” into parliament for a vote.

Australia toughens terror laws over fighter fears

Australia toughens terror laws over fighter fears

The terror threat to Australia had not subsided since the September 11, 2001 attacks, says the prime minister.