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Sheikha Moza attends WISH 2022 closing ceremony

Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, Chairperson of Qatar...

Extensive World Cup fan guide to be issued soon: SC

The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 organisers will issue an extensive fan...

Qatar's healthcare system remarkable: Egyptian minister

Egyptian Minister of Health and Population Dr Khaled Abdel Ghaffar...

Director of the Ministry of Interior’s Human Resources Department, Major-General Khalifa Nasr al-Nas

Qatar enhances co-operation with Europol on field of law enforcement

The Ministry of Interior has signed an agreement with the European...

HE the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Sheikh Dr Faleh bin Nasser al-Thani headed the Qat

Environment minister heads Qatari delegation

HE the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Sheikh Dr Faleh bin...

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Ex-policeman kills 37 in Thai nursery attack

A former policeman killed 37 people, including 22 children, during a knife and gun rampage at a daycare centre in Thailand on Thursday, later shooting dead his wife and child at their home before turning his weapon on himself, police said.


More than 50 ‘killed in Ethiopia air strike’

More than 50 people were killed in an air strike that hit a school in northern Ethiopia’s Tigray region that was sheltering people displaced by conflict between the federal and regional governments, two aid workers and Tigray forces said.

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends an unscheduled session of the council of the Collective Sec

Putin asserts control over Ukraine N-plant, Kyiv disagrees

Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday ordered his government to take control of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Europe’s largest, as the UN nuclear watchdog warned that power supply to the site was “extremely fragile”.

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Iraqi protesters lift placards and national flags during a rally to mark three years since nationwid

Thousands of Iraqis mark anniversary of nationwide protests

Scuffles broke out between protesters and security forces injuring...

A man orders items from a vending machine that gives out free bread, in Dubai.

In wealthy Dubai, poor get free bread from machines

With the cost of living surging, free hot bread distribution for the...

Lebanese depositors queue to withdraw money from a Fransabank branch in Beirut yesterday, as banks p

‘I need my salary’: anger as Lebanese banks reopen

Depositors scuffled and long lines formed at Lebanese banks yesterday...

Members of the Disaster Rescue Unit (DRU) from the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) remove debris of concr

Five killed in Nairobi building collapse

At least five people, including two children, were killed yesterday...

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The Saudi Aramco logo is pictured at the oil facility in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia defies expectations and keeps oil prices steady

Saudi Arabia kept oil prices for its main market of Asia largely steady and lowered those for Europe, going against expectations it would hike them and pile more pressure on consumers a day after Opec+ opted to slash production.

Commuters cross a road amid smoggy conditions in New Delhi (file). While India’s economy posted doub

World Bank cuts India growth forecast citing global risks

The World Bank cut India’s economic growth forecast by a full percentage point, the most for a non-crisis economy in South Asia, citing risks from a global slowdown and the hit to demand from rising interest rates.

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Qatar fiscal balance forecast at 7.9% of GDP this year, 9.3% in 2023: Oxford Economics

Qatar's fiscal balance has been forecast at 7.9% of GDP this year and 9.3% in 2023 by Oxford Economics.


Gulf retail investors, domestic funds lift QSE; Islamic index outperforms

An across the board buying – particularly at the telecom, realty and insurance counters – on Thursday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange, whose key index gained 26 points.

The event, which was held after two years after the Covid-19 pandemic, was organised by chambers of

International chambers hold 'Back 2 Business Qatar' event

More than 300 people, including several VIPs and ambassadors, participated in the ‘Back 2 Business Qatar’ event held recently at the Pulman Doha in West Bay.

Tanzanian President Samia Soluho Hassan with QBA members.

Qatar, Tanzania explore potential in strengthening economic and business ties

Qatar and Tanzania have huge potentials to strengthen co-operation in areas such as trade exchange, investment promotion, tourism, gas exploration, port development, agriculture and energy, according to Tanzanian President Samia Soluho Hassan.


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