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Qatar Foundation HQ awarded GSAS gold certificate

Qatar Foundation’s headquarters – the 2015 building at Education City...

Ooredoo holds clean-up event for Qatar Environment Day 2021

? Ooredoo held a clean-up event in honour of Qatar Environment Day...

Kahramaa and National Service Academy hold graduation

The Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (Kahramaa) and...

Minister highlights importance of Environment Day

Minister highlights importance of Environment Day

HE the Minister of Municipality and Environment Abdullah bin...

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Qatar to begin polling opinions for 2021 IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook

The Planning and Statistics Authority (PSA), in collaboration with...


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Myanmar’s UN ambassador sacked for denouncing junta

Myanmar’s junta fired its United Nations ambassador yesterday for breaking ranks to denounce the military’s ouster of civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, as police stepped up a crackdown on protesters across the country.

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UK says farewell to Captain Tom Moore

Britain bid farewell yesterday to Captain Tom Moore with a televised funeral for the 100-year-old war veteran who became a global hero for his extraordinary fundraising efforts during the pandemic.

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Roman chariot unearthed ‘almost intact’ near Pompeii

An ornate Roman chariot has been discovered “almost intact” near Italy’s buried city of Pompeii, the archaeological park announced yesterday, calling it a discovery with “no parallel” in the country.


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Supporters of the Ennahdha party wave national and party flags during a demonstration in support of

Tunisians hold protest amid political standoff

Tunisia’s main parliamentary bloc Ennahdha rallied thousands of...

In this file US Navy handout image taken on October 4, 2014 two US Navy F-18E Super Hornets supporti

US air strikes on militias in Syria kill at least one fighter

US air strikes against Iran-backed militias in eastern Syria killed...

Abdul Rahman al-Bizri, head of Lebanon’s Covid-19 vaccination committee, talks during a press confer

Lebanon MPs skip vaccine queue putting funding at risk

Lebanon was criticised yesterday after 16 members of parliament...

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Oman to suspend entry for arrivals from 10 countries

Oman announced yesterday that it was suspending entry for arrivals...


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Soudah mountains in Saudi Arabia. The Public Investment Fund will provide 11bn riyals to Soudah Deve

Saudi fund commits $3bn for mountain resort plan

Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund will invest almost $3bn on a tourism project in a mountainous region near the kingdom’s border with Yemen.

Mukesh Ambani, right, and his wife Nita Ambani arrive for the company’s annual general meeting in Mu

Mukesh Ambani is again richest Asian as China’s Zhong loses $22bn

India’s Mukesh Ambani is back to being the wealthiest person in Asia. Despite a brutal week for markets, his Reliance Industries Ltd was relatively unscathed as it said it would spin off its oil-to-chemicals business into an independent unit.

The Chinese flag stands on display outside the China Consulate General building in Houston, Texas (f

US signals it will implement rule curbing China tech threats

The US signalled it currently intends to go ahead with a Trump administration-proposed rule to secure the information-technology supply chain next month, a move that gives the Department of Commerce broad authority to prohibit transactions involving “foreign adversaries.”

US President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden board Air Force One as they depart Texas to return

After Texas crisis, Biden’s climate plan hangs on fragile power grid

The millions of people who struggled to keep warm in Texas, with blackouts crippling life inside a dominant energy hub, have laid bare the desperate state of US electricity grids.

Rishi Sunak, UK chancellor of the exchequer.

Sunak plots tax raid to plug UK budget deficit

When Rishi Sunak comes to deliver his budget on Wednesday, the chancellor of the exchequer faces a battle to persuade his colleagues of the need to turn down the flow of government spending, and to address the painful hole in the public finances, approaching 400bn pounds ($558bn).

The headquarters of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt. After days of top policymakers saying th

ECB to prove whether pledge to cap yields is more than just talk

The European Central Bank will reveal tomorrow how serious it is about countering rising bond yields.

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