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Italian group Leonardo's CEO sentenced to jail over 2009 train crash

Italian group Leonardo's CEO sentenced to jail over 2009 train crash

Italian defence group Leonardo's chief executive, Mauro Moretti, was sentenced by a judge to seven years in prison on Tuesday after being held responsible for one of the country's worst train accidents as the former head of the national rail company.

Emir meets Exxon Mobil  chairman

Emir meets Exxon Mobil chairman

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani yesterday met with Exxon Mobil Corporation chairman Rex Tillerson.

BoJ still has room to maintain easing, says official

BoJ still has room to maintain easing, says official

The Bank of Japan (BoJ) still has policy options to continue its unprecedented monetary easing, ...

Syria ready to enter new peace talks, says minister

Syria ready to enter new peace talks, says minister

Syria’s regime said yesterday it was ready to take part in new talks in Geneva aimed at ending the war but appeared to make its participation ...

IBPN hosts high-level CII delegation

IBPN hosts high-level CII delegation

A high-level Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) delegation was hosted at a networking and business meet...

Abad faces probe for release of DAP funds

Abad faces probe for release of DAP funds

Budget secretary Florencio Abad and his undersecretary, Mario Relampagos, are facing preliminary investigation for technical malversation...

‘Hospitality Qatar’ expo attracts 111 exhibitors from 12 countries

‘Hospitality Qatar’ expo attracts 111 exhibitors from 12 countries

Investment to the tune of about $7bn is expected in Qatar’s hospitality sector in the next few years, a senior official of a leading event organiser said yesterday...

Bahrain to remove meat subsidies as cheap oil hits budget

Bahrain to remove meat subsidies as cheap oil hits budget

Bahrain will remove government subsidies on meat from Sept. 1, allowing domestic prices to rise ...

Exclusive Akbar Holidays branch opens in Doha

Exclusive Akbar Holidays branch opens in Doha

Akbar Travels has opened its latest branch in Doha to address the growing demands of holidaymakers.

Flower vows to make Pak batsmen consistent

Flower vows to make Pak batsmen consistent

Pakistan’s new batting coach Grant Flower has termed his new assignment as the biggest challenge of his coaching...

Honduras dirty war fuelled by west’s drive for clean energy

Honduras dirty war fuelled by west’s drive for clean energy

The west’s drive to reduce its carbon footprint cheaply is fuelling a dirty war in Honduras, where US-backed security forces are implicated in the murder,