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Qatar Health 2021 virtual conference slated for Jan

Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) and the Ministry of Public Health...

Qatar's art scene flourishing rapidly

The increasing number of exhibitions and the opening of more...

MoPH reports 127,599 total Covid recoveries

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) announced on Friday 249 new...

Qatar Airways takes delivery of three Airbus A350-1000

Qatar Airways takes delivery of 3 more Airbus A350-1000

Qatar Airways has taken delivery of three more Airbus A350-1000...

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EAA, partners call for urgent investment in education

An unprecedented global coalition of organisations has called for...


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Protesters gesture, as they continue to throw stones and block roads during mass protests after prel

Internet outages in tense Guinea as Conde on course for vote win

Guinea, gripped by days of post-election violence, suffered widespread Internet disruptions yesterday and the government mobilised the army after preliminary results showed a victory for President Alpha Conde.

Pistachio, a puppy born with green fur on October 9 on a farm on the island of Sardinia, is seen in

Puppy with green fur born in Italy

Italian farmer Cristian Mallocci could not believe his eyes when Spelacchia, one of his eight dogs, gave birth to a green-furred puppy.

The Eiffel Tower is seen at night during the curfew in Paris.

Too many nations seeing ‘exponential’ virus surge

The northern hemisphere is facing a crucial moment in fighting the coronavirus pandemic, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said yesterday, with too many countries witnessing an exponential increase in coronavirus cases.


Region
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US sanctions two officials from Lebanon's Hezbollah

The United States has imposed sanctions on two officials from the...

In this US Air Force file photo taken on October 21, 2015 a MQ-1B Predator remotely piloted aircraft

US drone strike kills 17 militants in NW Syria

The US army said Thursday it carried out a drone strike against...

Lebanon's President Michel Aoun

Lebanon launches new quest for PM

Lebanese President Michel Aoun officially launched consultations...

Lebanese President Michel Aoun speaks at a televised press conference at the presidential palace in

Lebanon’s exit from crisis hinges on new PM: Aoun

Crisis-hit Lebanon’s next prime minister, the third in a year, will...


Business
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SAS said that Stockholm and Copenhagen have agreed to increase their respective stakes in the carrie

Sweden, Denmark dig deeper to save SAS

The Swedish and Danish governments have agreed to stump up more cash to bail out ailing airline SAS in a recapitalisation plan that was finalised yesterday, the Scandinavian carrier announced.

Prosecutors have seized Sanjay Shah’s London mansion and other assets over allegations that he illeg

UK regulator investigates 14 firms in tax scandal across four countries

The UK financial regulator is investigating 14 firms and six individuals over their roles in the tax scandal known as Cum-Ex, according to a person with direct knowledge of the cases.

Rig hands thread together drilling pipe at a hydraulic fracturing site owned by EQT Corp, located at

Natural gas giant EQT to pursue takeover of CNX Resources

EQT Corp, the biggest producer of US natural gas, is seeking to acquire rival CNX Resources Corp, according to people familiar with the matter, as M&A accelerates in the distressed shale patch.

Employees work on the trading floor of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The Nikkei 225 closed up 0.2% to 23

Asian markets mostly up, but investors remain cautious

Stock markets mostly rose yesterday but gains were limited as US lawmakers struggled to hammer out a fresh economic rescue package, while investors were largely unmoved by the last presidential debate before next month’s election.

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Indian equities rise as traders assess earnings; rupee falls

Indian stocks rose, tracking broad gains in Asia, as investors digested the final US presidential debate while also assessing the quality of local earnings.

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QSE remains below 10,000 on domestic institutions’ profit booking

The Qatar Stock Exchange drove along the negative trajectory to remain below 10,000 levels this week; mainly on domestic institutions’ substantially increased net profit booking.

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