An Israeli soldier was detained Thursday after allegedly shooting a wounded Palestinian assailant in the head and killing him as he lay on the ground, the army said.
Egypt’s decision to make the exchange rate more flexible will return the central bank to the managed float in use before the 2011 uprising sent foreign investors and tourists packing, economists and bankers said.
The national team concerned with the study of tenders and auctions has held a meeting at the Administrative Control and Transparency Authority (ACTA).
Qatar’s largest services group Gulf International Services expects to further invest QR1.9bn in capital expenditure over the next five years, GIS chairman Sheikh Khaled bin Khalifa al-Thani has said.
Milaha has reported a net profit of QR1.1bn in 2015, a 4% increase compared to the same period in 2014, mainly paced by its maritime and logistics division, as well as trading division.
Groundbreaking research led by scientists at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) into identifying the aggressiveness of brain tumours has been published by Cell, a leading scientific journal in the US and one of the top 20 most highly ranked scientific journals globally.
The Orioles remain in free agent limbo, apparently waiting for Chris Davis to come to his senses and accept their seven-year contract offer.
Activity in China’s manufacturing sector contracted for a fifth straight month in December, an official survey showed yesterday, reinforcing fears the world’s second-largest economy may be stuck in a protracted slowdown despite a flurry of stimulus measures.
The European Central Bank cut its growth and inflation forecasts yesterday, warning of possible further trouble from China.