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Food security is a national issue for Qatar: minister

HE the Minister of Municipality and Environment and Acting Minister...

QCRI scientists highlight AI role in developing vaccines, preventing future pandemics

Technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data...

Qatar takes part in meeting of GCC-US foreign ministers

Qatar participated on Thursday in the joint ministerial meeting of...

(From left) Tiziana Beghin, Marc Tarabella, and Jose Ramon Bauza Diaz at the press conference on Fri

EU Parliament team lauds Qatar for labour reforms

A delegation from the European Parliament has lauded Qatar not only...

The exhibition, which runs until October 2, highlights innovative made-in-Qatar designs by young men

Tomorrow's Designers exhibition opens

The Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (Bedaya...

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Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Johnson refuses to say if he could live on basic UC

Boris Johnson has defended the government’s plans to cut Universal Credit while refusing to say whether he could live on the basic payment it provides of £118 a week.

US Vice President Kamala Harris talks with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the balcony of th

Modi-Harris meet focuses on bilateral ties, Indo-Pacific

US Vice President Kamala Harris met India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and stressed the importance of a free and open Indo-Pacific region at a time when the US is trying to solidify its pivot toward Asia and strengthen ties with allies to take on China’s growing influence in the region.

Tunisia’s parliament speaker and Ennahdha party leader Rached Ghannouchi speaks during an interview

Tunisia’s Speaker urges ‘peaceful struggle’

The speaker of Tunisia’s parliament Rached Ghannouchi called yesterday for “peaceful struggle” against a return to “absolute one-man rule”, a day after President Kais Saied took steps towards rule by decree.

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Supporters of Yemen’s Houthis shout slogans during a rally to celebrate the seventh anniversary of t

Houthis rally in north Yemen as their fighters push south

Thousands of supporters of Yemen’s Houthis rallied in the capital...

A handout picture provided by the Iranian presidency yesterday shows Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi

Iran wants N-talks to result in lifting of all sanctions: Raisi

Iran’s new president yesterday voiced support for renewed nuclear...

People watch bauxite trains, operated by Russian aluminium giant Rusal, which collided in Wanindara

One dead as bauxite trains collide in Guinea

Two trains operated by Russian aluminium giant Rusal collided in...

Sudanese protesters gather outside the main entrance to the southern port in Port Sudan, yesterday.

Protesters against Sudan peace deal block roads, close key port

Dozens of demonstrators in Sudan have blocked key roads and a crucial...

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The Cumbre Vieja volcano in El Paso spews lava on Thursday night, as seen from Los Llanos de Aridane

Firefighters retreat, 3 more towns evacuated as La Palma volcanic explosions intensify

Intensifying volcanic explosions on the Spanish island of La Palma forced firefighters to retreat and authorities to evacuate three more towns yesterday, while airlines cancelled flights due to a cloud of gas and ash.

Activists including Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg (centre) march during a ‘Fridays for Fut

Climate activists rally for German vote ‘of a century’

Hundreds of thousands of climate activists, including Greta Thunberg, rallied in cities across Germany yesterday ahead of weekend elections as frontrunner Olaf Scholz called for a “change of government” after 16 years of Angela Merkel at the top.


Industrials, telecom stocks propel benchmark above 11,200-mark

The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) saw its key index settle above 11,200 points this week as about 13% constituents either reached or neared their 52-week high.

In terms of value, the QR500 denomination accounted for 77.04% of the total value of the traded note

QCB finds significant growth in value of traded notes in 2020

The new currency regime, fifth in series, triggered a "significant" double-digit growth in value of traded notes in 2020, according to the Qatar Central Bank (QCB).

Taro Kono has long championed more renewable supplies in Japan’s roughly $150bn electricity sector,

Renewable firms pinning hopes on Taro Kono winning race for Japan PM

Renewable energy companies are betting that the leading contender in the race to become Japan’s next prime minister, Taro Kono, will unleash changes allowing more market access and a fairer playing field after years of neglect.

The skyline with the banking district is photographed in Frankfurt. The weaker-than-expected rebound

German business morale falls as ‘bottleneck recession’ bites

German business morale fell for the third month running in September, hit by a “bottleneck recession” for manufacturers in Europe’s largest economy that shows no sign of easing, a survey showed yesterday.


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