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Qatar Tourism opens office in China to attract Asian visitors

Qatar Tourism opens office in China to attract Asian visitors

The new headquarters in China becomes QTA’s third office in Asia and ninth globally, including the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Turkey, the US, the GCC markets and Southeast Asia.

Emerging market debt default risks in 2017

Emerging market debt default risks in 2017

From tiny frontier markets to the world’s No 2 economy, a range of developing countries could experience serious stress next year if a strengthening dollar and sluggish domestic economies make it harder to meet debt repayments.

Tonga’s Rio flag-bearer aims for 2018 Winter Games

Tonga’s Rio flag-bearer aims for 2018 Winter Games

Pita Taufatofua, the sculpted taekwondo fighter who caused a sensation when he carried Tonga’s flag at the Rio Olympics earlier this year, has announced plans to go to the 2018 Winter Games as a cross-country skier.

At least 8 killed as car bomb hits Mogadishu market

At least 8 killed as car bomb hits Mogadishu market

A car bomb exploded near a busy market in Somalia's capital Mogadishu on Saturday killing at least eight people, police said, as medical sources warned the toll could be far higher.

Commercial Bank Qatar Masters 2017 returns for a landmark 20th edition

Commercial Bank Qatar Masters 2017 returns for a landmark 20th edition

Organisers of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters have confirmed that the milestone 20th edition of the prestigious European Tour event will be held from 26th to 29th January 2017 at the Doha Golf Club, featuring some of the world’s most exciting and successful players.

Protests rage as Karnataka releases water to Tamil Nadu

Protests rage as Karnataka releases water to Tamil Nadu

Bowing to the Supreme Court order, Karnataka yesterday began releasing Cauvery river water to Tamil Nadu amid massive protests and demonstrations across the Mysuru region.

Truce ‘final hope’ for Yemen relief

Truce ‘final hope’ for Yemen relief

Aid agencies scrambled yesterday to rush desperately needed relief supplies to millions of Yemenis threatened with famine amid guarded hopes for a six-day truce.