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HE the Minister of Commerce and Industry Ali bin Ahmed al-Kuwari (2nd from right) after unveiling a

HE the Minister of Commerce and...

Travel writings offered new insights into Qatari society, finds QNL discussion

Qatar National Library presented a panel discussion, 'Western...

FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019: Qatar Airways felicitates Ukraine

‎Qatar Airways, an official partner and the official airline of FIFA,...

CEO of QMC meets Spanish envoy

HE chief executive officer of Qatar Media Corporation Sheikh...

Zohair Ali al-Arabi

Nutritious diet, not energy drinks, prepares students better for exams

Zohair Ali al-Arabi, a senior clinical dietician at Hamad Medical...

Mohammed, the first renal transplant patient, aged five, after the surgery

Sidra Medicine performs first renal transplant surgery

Surgeons from Sidra Medicine, a Qatar Foundation entity, and Hamad...


International
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Govt to set up council on economic security

The federal government has decided to step up its efforts to improve the country’s deteriorating economy, taking the decision to constitute the “Economic Security Council” (ESC).

Jailed Catalan politician Oriol Junqueras leaves after getting his parliamentary credentials at Span

Catalan leaders deny violence, call for dialogue as trial nears end

Jailed Catalan separatist leaders denied the prosecutors' charge of inciting violence in the Spanish region's failed bid for independence and used their final arguments in a four-month Supreme Court trial in Madrid to call for dialogue.

Ali Haddad

Bouteflika-era tycoon jailed for six months in Algeria

Algeria's top businessman Ali Haddad, a key supporter of ousted president Abdelaziz Bouteflika, was jailed for six months on Monday for holding two passports, in the first conviction in a string of corruption probes.


Region
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Mohamed Mursi

Egypt former president Mursi dies after falling ill in court

Former Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi, the first democratically...

Women carry jerry cans with water from a water well in the village of Islim in the northern province

UN food chief warns aid suspension in Yemen likely to start this week

United Nations food chief David Beasley warned on Monday that a...

Mevlut Cavusoglu

Turkish outpost in Syria shelled from Syrian government forces area

A Turkish observation post in Syria's Idlib region was attacked with...

Mevlut Cavusoglu

Turkish outpost in Syria shelled from Syrian government forces area

A Turkish observation post in Syria's Idlib region was attacked with...


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Boeing says sorry for MAX 737 crashes, promises to learn lessons from crisis

Boeing executives took turns to apologise for the loss of life in two 737 MAX crashes and pledged to apply lessons of the crisis to future planes as the world’s largest aerospace company struck a chastened tone at the opening of the Paris Airshow.

Willem Sels

Investment opportunities exist in emerging markets hard currency bonds in GCC: HSBC

Investment opportunities exist in emerging markets hard currency bonds in GCC and some other places, HSBC said in its investment outlook for the third quarter of 2019. “While the current investment landscape is more complex than in the years before 2018

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Iraq lifts production at Exxon’s West Qurna 1 oilfield to 465,000 bpd

Production at Iraq’s giant West Qurna 1 oilfield in the south has reached 465,000 bpd after the completion of new crude processing facilities and oil storage tanks, Iraqi oil officials said yesterday.

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Powell’s concern over zero rates seen lowering bar for Fed cut

Chairman Jerome Powell’s frequent assurance that sustaining the US economic expansion is the Federal Reserve’s “overarching” goal is opening the door to potentially aggressive interest-rate cuts.

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Safety and pollution top of the agenda as Paris Airshow opens

Aviation executives descended on the Paris Airshow yesterday with pledges to improve transparency over plane safety in the wake of the Boeing 737 MAX crisis and to reduce emissions.

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Businesses clamour for Trump’s ear as $300bn in new China tariffs loom

Washington is planning another tidal wave of tariffs on Chinese imports that represent a worst-case scenario for markets and major industries on both sides of the Pacific. And yesterday, seven days of public hearings are due to begin as major businesses issue their loudest warnings yet about layoffs

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