The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday inched near 10,500 levels, mainly on the back of strong buying interests in consumer goods and transport equities.
At least 20 people were killed and about 10 injured Sunday night in a bus fire at an illegal transport terminal in the Peruvian capital, emergency services said.
British transport police on Saturday arrested a man waving a St George's English flag who spent the night on the roof of London's St Pancras rail terminal, forcing the suspension of Eurostar trains.
Volvo and a Singapore university unveiled a driverless electric bus Tuesday that will soon undergo tests in the city-state, the latest move towards rolling out autonomous vehicles for public transport.
When a smog alert is declared in the Czech capital Prague in the future, public transport will be free.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday witnessed more than 55% of the traded constituents end in red; yet its key benchmark was largely flat.
Dozens of countries have come out in favour of fresh international regulation requiring all new cars and lighter motor vehicles to be equipped with automatic emergency braking systems, the UN said Tuesday.
The EU's powerful anti-trust sheriff, Margrethe Vestager, is set to veto the merger of the Siemens-Alstom rail businesses on Wednesday, in defiance of France and Germany.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday witnessed strong buying interests at the transport counter; yet it settled marginally down, but remained above 10,700 levels.