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Fahad Al Sahli from Saudi Arabia clinched the first place in the Qatar’s first ever obstacle...

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A color-coded, spandex-coutured smorgasbord of high camp and heroics, "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers"...

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Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra performed on Saturday night at the Katara Opera House a musical concert included Beethoven's Sixth and Seventh Symphonies...

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The Torch Doha, member of Leading Hotels of the World, joined the global Earth Hour initiative for the 6th time last night and switched off its...

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Middle East Syria Kurd-Arab alliance enters Islamic State-held Tabqa...

Fighters from the Syrian Democratic Forces, a US-backed Kurdish-Arab alliance, Sunday entered an military airport held by the Islamic State jihadist...

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Middle East Iraqi army recapture 4 areas in western Mosul

The Iraqi army managed on Sunday to reclaim four neighborhoods of western Mosul from ISIS, according to military sources.

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Europe Over 130 detained at Moscow anti-corruption rally

More than 130 people were detained Sunday in Moscow as thousands attended a rally against government corruption, according to a rights group tracking...

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French police have arrested four men after an armed robbery on a Cartier jewellery store in Monaco and most of the stolen items have been recovered,...

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Middle East Tabqa dam at risk of collapse, Islamic State warns

Islamic State has warned that the Tabqa dam, which a U.S.-backed Kurdish and Arab militia is trying to capture from the militant group, is at...

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In February 2017, the foreign merchandise trade balance, which represents the difference between total exports and imports, showed a surplus of...

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GCC Business Saudi government won't issue domestic bonds in March for...

Saudi Arabia's government has decided to suspend its monthly issue of domestic bonds in March, refraining from issuing local currency bonds for a...

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Qatar Business Qatar-UK business forum begins tommorrow

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Emerging markets (EMs) are now more resilient to higher US rates than they were in 2013, thanks to the significant adjustments in currencies and...

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The British government said Sunday that its security services must have access to encrypted messaging applications such as WhatsApp, as it revealed...

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Uber has grounded its fleet of self-driving cars pending an investigation into the crash of an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona, a spokesperson for...

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Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has voiced support for a government campaign that works towards a tuberculosis-free India.

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Days after he died at age 90, a new song came out Wednesday from Chuck Berry driven by the sort of rollicking guitar riffs that created rock 'n' roll.