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Qatar Twitter users poke fun at impractical demands

The list of demands issued by three Gulf countries has become a laughing stock among social media enthusiasts.

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Qatar World shocked at unrealistic demands

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Qatar Qatar launches new e-visa for tourists

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Middle East Shock and anger in Mosul after Islamic State destroys...

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British Prime Minister Theresa May said Thursday she would set out plans at a Brussels summit to "protect" the rights of European Union citizens...

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Europe NATO jet approaches Russian defence minister's plane

A NATO military plane on Wednesday approached the plane of Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu above the Baltic Sea, Russian news agencies...

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Europe French First Lady and Colombian drums herald new Macron...

While President Emmanuel Macron prepared the lineup of France's new government on Wednesday, a Colombian musical ensemble played a cover version of...

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Middle East Protect Syrian civilians in Raqa, says UN chief

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday appealed for the protection of Syrian civilians in Raqa as US-backed forces moved to encircle the...

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Qatar Business Qatar Vinyl Company integrated into Qapco

Qatar Petroleum (QP), yesterday, announced the successful completion of the integration of Qatar Vinyl Company “QVC” into Qatar Petrochemical...

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Qatar Business Qatar’s GDP grows 2.5% in first quarter this year

Qatar’s real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at constant prices has witnessed a growth of 2.5 percent in the first quarter (Q1) of 2017 compared to...

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Qatar Business 135 Omani firms ready to export food items to Qatar

Around 135 Omani companies have expressed their readiness to export a wide-range of goods, including food items and building materials, to Qatar,...

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Oil Market Iran says OPEC considering deeper output cuts, delegates...

OPEC members are considering further oil output cuts but should wait until the effect of the current reduced level of production is made clear, Iran...

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Qatar Business Qatar bourse says Gulf institutions dumped Qatari shares

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday said it believed some institutional investors from Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain dumped shares to drive down...

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Football ‘Well prepared’ Portugal eye victory against New Zealand

European champions Portugal have done their homework on football minnows New Zealand with coach Fernando Santos predicting an all-out attack against...

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Qatar Sport Veteran defender Marquez relishes playing for Mexico

Veteran Mexican defender Rafael Marquez is relishing the opportunity to play for the national side at the ripe age of 38 and the South American star...

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Qatar Sport Aspire Academy and Delhi Dynamos FC sign deal

The agreement is likely to see the world-renowned academy share its best management practices and football know-how with the 2016 ISL semifinali

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Qatar Sport Qatar in landmark deal with Indian Super league club

The deal will allow for Aspire to share its expertise in areas such as scouting, training and sports science with the Indian Super League (ISL) club.

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Football Mexico's Salcedo ruled out of Confederations Cup

Mexican defender Carlos Salcedo has been ruled out of the remainder of the Confederations Cup in Russia, after suffering a shoulder injury in...

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Under the gaze of the last male northern white rhino, a group of Maasai warriors in Kenya went into bat for the threatened species, wearing their...

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Superheroes are coming to the rescue of Thailand's temples, where monks have commissioned giant statues of comic book icons and toy robots to...

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A recent academic conference in Singapore showcased the latest advances in soft robotics, highlighting how far they are moving away from what we see...

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Yet several other everyday items also have dubious associations - including an increased risk of links to slavery - according to new research by a...

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Sixty-eight students graduated this year. They come from 25 countries including Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ghana, Ivory...

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Music Pop superstar Beyonce gives birth to twins: reports

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Hollywood Orlando Bloom shares photograph of son Flynn

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Music Katy Perry makes Twitter history with 100 million followers

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