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President Trump skips top awards ceremony

President Trump skips top awards ceremony

The Kennedy Center Honors celebrated a star-studded group of artists and performers Sunday in a gala that took on decidedly political overtones with the presidential box sitting conspicuously empty.

Emir issues new law on food control

Emir issues new law on food control

His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani issued yesterday Law No.20 of 2017 amending some provisions of Law No.8 of 1990 on the regulation of human food control.

India detains hundreds, cancels 300 trains after clashes over 'rape guru' kill 30

India detains hundreds, cancels 300 trains after clashes over 'rape guru' kill 30

Indian authorities have arrested hundreds of people and cancelled more than 300 trains passing through two northern states after at least 30 people were killed in violent protests following the conviction of a self-styled 'godman'.

App tracks gunfire as Rio violence spikes

App tracks gunfire as Rio violence spikes

Gun violence is on the rise in Rio de Janeiro, with the sound of firefights echoing daily across Brazil’s seaside city as drug gangs battle each other and police officers patrolling slums.

Mena to face ‘massive demographic challenge’ over the next decade: BMI

Mena to face ‘massive demographic challenge’ over the next decade: BMI

Governments across the Middle East and North Africa will face a “massive demographic challenge” as a large, rapidly growing young population enters the workforce over the coming decade and beyond, BMI Research has said in a report.

Malabar Gold & Diamonds’ new outlet opens in Saudi Arabia

Malabar Gold & Diamonds’ new outlet opens in Saudi Arabia

Malabar Gold & Diamonds’ 11th showroom in Saudi Arabia has been inaugurated at Jeddah Street, Jubail, by Meshary M al-Oqaily, chairman – Board of Businessmen, Jubail Ashraqia Chamber in the presence of Malabar Group chairman MP Ahamed, Malabar Gold & Diamonds managing director (international operati

First victims of Mumbai attacks declared dead 8 years on

First victims of Mumbai attacks declared dead 8 years on

Three fishermen believed to be the first victims of the Mumbai attacks have been declared dead by an Indian court, more than eight years after the assault which killed over 160 people.

Rising carbon emissions could kill off corals

Rising carbon emissions could kill off corals

The destruction of coral reefs worldwide could accelerate as rising carbon emissions help coral-killing seaweeds grow more poisonous and take over, according to researchers.

Swiss lose to France despite Federer brilliance

Swiss lose to France despite Federer brilliance

A singles masterclass from Swiss champion Roger Federer wasn’t enough to stop the French pairing of Richard Gasquet and Kristina Mladenovic winning through to the Hopman Cup final yesterday.

GWC Integrated Management System receives ISO certification

GWC Integrated Management System receives ISO certification

Qatar’s leading logistics provider GWC recently received certification for its Integrated Management System, renewing its suite of three international standards including the Quality Management System ISO 9001:2008,...

Japan’s consumer prices continue slide in October

Japan’s consumer prices continue slide in October

Japan’s core consumer prices marked their eighth straight month of annual declines in October, illustrating the sheer scale of the central bank’s struggle to beat deflation and stagnant growth with diminishing policy options.

Civil rights a major concern in anti-Trump protests

Civil rights a major concern in anti-Trump protests

Demonstrators took to the streets across the United States for a second day on Thursday to protest against Donald Trump's presidential election victory, voicing fears that the real estate mogul's triumph would deal a blow to civil rights.