For the second consecutive year, Qataris and residents of Qatar are unable to perform the Ramadan Umrah (minor pilgrimage) due to the restrictions imposed by the Saudi authorities.
Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood has piled more pressure on England’s beleaguered bowling attack ahead of the Boxing Day Ashes Test
Dana Gas received another set-back in the six-month old legal battle to invalidate its $700mn Islamic bonds.
The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) has advised the public to be wary of certain wireless or cordless devices not purchased in the State of Qatar that may cause the disruption in mobile networks and degradation in mobile coverage and quality of service.
A Taiwanese man who spent more than a decade on death row walked free Thursday after being acquitted of murder in a retrial, boosting calls for the abolition of capital punishment.
The euro’s double-digit gains this year are prompting some of the world’s biggest money managers to view European government debt more favourably just as the central bank is planning to withdraw its support from the bond market.
Protests have erupted in Poland over judicial reforms with many expressing concern over the future of democracy in the East European country.
Tens of thousands of people in northeast Japan were told to evacuate their homes on Sunday as heavy rain caused major flooding and cut some rail links, authorities said.
A Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q) study has discovered that most patients at Hamad General Hospital outpatient clinics had experienced some difficulty accessing care because of language barriers.