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Green status on Ehteraz, the new normal

Green status on Ehteraz, the new normal

The Ehteraz application (app) has allowed Qatar citizens and residents to move with ease and responsibly in the country while helping the authorities prevent the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19), it is learnt.

Flying: What will the new normal look like?

Flying: What will the new normal look like?

There are many ways to describe how the return to service for most airlines will be. Slow, gradual, measured – perhaps even nervous as the world continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic ...

Mexico eyes nationwide return to normal from June 1

Mexico eyes nationwide return to normal from June 1

Mexico's president on Thursday said the country was looking to return to normal beginning June 1, with schools and businesses reopening provided people comply with anti-coronavirus health measures until then.

Qatar economy seems to have entered new normal: Euler Hermes

Qatar economy seems to have entered new normal: Euler Hermes

Qatar's economy seems to have entered a new normal where the country will continue experiencing slower growth rates, Euler Hermes has said in a report.

Paris metro closer to normal service but pension strike blocks ports

Paris metro closer to normal service but pension strike blocks ports

French public transport was closer to normal service on Wednesday, more than 40 days into a strike against President Emmanuel Macron's pension reform plans.

Tillerson says Ukraine is biggest obstacle to normal Russia ties

Tillerson says Ukraine is biggest obstacle to normal Russia ties

The United States would ‘badly’ like to lift sanctions against Russia but will not do so until Moscow has pulled its forces out of eastern Ukraine and Crimea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said ...

Mena oil exporters move towards 'fiscal reality' amid price slump: EIU

Mena oil exporters move towards 'fiscal reality' amid price slump: EIU

Governments in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region are moving towards “fiscal reality” in view of the sustained low oil prices, making efforts to manage their public finances, a recent report has shown.