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Thousands expected to visit Summer Entertainment City

Thousands expected to visit Summer Entertainment City

Summer Entertainment City (SEC), which will run until July 13 at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (DECC), is expected to draw around 12,000 to 14,000 visitors during Eid al-Fitr season ...

More Metro feeder buses expected after Ramadan

More Metro feeder buses expected after Ramadan

More Metrolink feeder buses are expected to be deployed after Ramadan to serve the growing number of Doha Metro passengers.

Thunderstorms, strong winds expected on Tuesday

Thunderstorms, strong winds expected on Tuesday

Thunderstorms and strong winds are expected in some areas on Tuesday, the Qatar Met department has said.

Thundershowers, strong winds expected on Thursday

Thundershowers, strong winds expected on Thursday

Thundershowers and strong winds are expected in the country on Thursday, the Qatar Met department has said.

Emerging markets expected to perform better this year: QNB

Emerging markets expected to perform better this year: QNB

Emerging markets (EM), particularly on the realm of foreign exchange rates (FX) are expected to perform better this year than in 2018, QNB has said in an economic commentary.

Flooding expected to worsen in Carolinas after Florence's departure

Flooding expected to worsen in Carolinas after Florence's departure

Flooding from rain-swollen rivers was expected to worsen across the Carolinas on Thursday and the next couple of days in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, which killed 36 people in three states, forecasters said.

Iran vows ‘expected and unexpected’ moves if US exits deal

Iran vows ‘expected and unexpected’ moves if US exits deal

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday Iran's atomic agency was ready with ‘expected and unexpected’ reactions if the United States pulls out of a multinational nuclear deal ...

As extremists barred from airwaves, some fear creeping censorship

As extremists barred from airwaves, some fear creeping censorship

When Hafiz Saeed, a Pakistani Islamist wanted in the United States and India, led supporters on an anti-India protest march across Pakistan to the capital this week, the story was not aired by local TV channels.