Qatar Tourism lines up host of attractions for 3-day Eid Festival

Qatar Tourism lines up host of attractions for 3-day Eid Festival

In celebration of Eid al-Fitr this year, Qatar Tourism (QT) will host the Eid Festival along the Doha Corniche from May 3-5, between 4pm and 11pm each day.

Counter-protest overwhelms white supremacist rally

Counter-protest overwhelms white supremacist rally

A small white supremacist rally took place outside the White House on Sunday when only some 20 far-right supporters showed up, but they were massively outnumbered by counter-protesters.

Women’s Hospital OP services relocate to WWRC

Women’s Hospital OP services relocate to WWRC

All remaining Women’s Hospital Outpatient Department services will move across to Hamad Medical Corporation’s new Women’s Wellness and Research Center (WWRC) this week.

UN braces for more Rohingya to flee, seeks access to Rakhine

UN braces for more Rohingya to flee, seeks access to Rakhine

Muslim Rohingyas continue to flee Myanmar to Bangladesh and the United Nations is bracing for possible "further exodus", the UN humanitarian aid chief said on Friday.

Need for collaboration in research highlighted

Need for collaboration in research highlighted

The need for collaboration across all sectors in building a research and innovation ecosystem capable of meeting the challenges Qatar faces was highlighted to science and technology leaders by Qatar Foundation Research...

‘Pakistan Girl’ takes aim at graft and domestic abuse

‘Pakistan Girl’ takes aim at graft and domestic abuse

Pakistan’s newest female superhero has vowed to battle venal officials and protect battered women, as her creator tries to inspire the next generation to fight injustice in the society.

LuLu opens its 2nd hypermarket in Indonesia amid $500mn plan

LuLu opens its 2nd hypermarket in Indonesia amid $500mn plan

The Middle Eastern retail major, LuLu Group recently opened its second hypermarket at BSD City, Tangerang, Indonesia, it was announced yesterday.

Costa’s criminal claim just a joke to Conte

Costa’s criminal claim just a joke to Conte

Antonio Conte refused to make peace with Diego Costa as he laughed off the Chelsea striker’s claim that he has been treated like a criminal by the Premier League champions.

UK parliament's 'Big Ben' bell to fall silent for four years

UK parliament's 'Big Ben' bell to fall silent for four years

The 'Big Ben' bell in the British parliament's famous clock tower will cease its regular bongs at noon on August 21.

Global funds raise eurozone assets to over 2-year highs

Global funds raise eurozone assets to over 2-year highs

Global investors have raised their holdings of eurozone equities and bonds to the highest levels in more than two years, a Reuters poll showed, reflecting a conviction that the European Central Bank will not rush to raise interest rates.

Can Macron redraw the political map?

Can Macron redraw the political map?

If anything, the many attempts to squeeze Macron into a traditional French political archetype show that European and global politics desperately need to be reframed to account for new arguments, narratives, and fault lines.

Local Cambodia polls test strongman's popularity

Local Cambodia polls test strongman's popularity

Millions of Cambodians voted in local polls on Sunday, testing the political temperature of a country rife with tension between its strongman premier and an embattled opposition determined to end his three-decade rule.