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The U.S. halts shipments of nonlethal aid to moderate rebels amid new signs of growing Islamist incursions into the Syria rebellion.
DOHA: Qatar emerged as the world's largest helium exporter as H E Dr Mohammed bin Saleh Al Sada, Minister of Energy and Industry officially inaugurated its Helium 2 plant yesterday.
DOHA: Qatar National Research Fund , showcased its support for international research cooperation by hosting the Global Research Council regional meeting, a two day event which concluded on Sunday.
DOHA: The 2nd Annual Middle East Smart Cities Summit, which was organised under the theme 'Gateway to a Smart and Sustainable Future', came to a close yesterday as around 150 delegates and participants from across the region attended the two-day session.
By Satish Kanady DOHA : Powered by an increasing public sector spending, banks in Qatar witnessed the highest rate of loan growth in the GCC in third quarter of this year.
DOHA: The Qatar Exchange ended in the red area when trading closed Wednesday at 10,457.12 points 0.38 percent down 39.77 points from the previous closing of 10,496.89 points on Tuesday.
DOHA: Obesity, one of the pressing challenges being discussed at the World Innovation Summit for Health 2013, is raising a lot of concerns as the leading cause of diabetes and heart disease, say experts.
DOHA: Qatar Museums Authority is opening an exhibition to provide new insights into the life and legacy of Sheikh Abdullah bin Jassim to the people of Qatar.
If you were in the streets of Doha, Qatar, today, you might see a large black sedan drive past, trailing a life-size mockup of Damien Hirst's sculpture of a real dead shark suspended in a tank.
Bradley Raymond Chanin's dark secrets started to come to light after a friend noticed some disturbing photographs in an envelope while helping him move.
Prosecutors say they could legally continue to pursue a domestic violence case against George Zimmerman, despite a signed affidavit from his girlfriend asking them not to.
BEIRUT: Former Prime Minister Fouad Siniora, who heads the Future bloc, denounced Tuesday the seizing of a group of nuns earlier this month in Syria and called for their immediate release.
DOHA: Qatar Museums Authority contributes to enrich cultural life in the State of Qatar through its many exhibitions, projects and accomplishments, internationally and locally, marked during the period 2012-2013.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel is greeted by Saudi Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz in Riyadh December 9, 2013.
DOHA: Qatar University is proactive in implementing its ambitious plans for developing higher education and competes with leading international institutes and universities.
Qatar has no plans to issue debt on international markets next year, the country's finance minister said on Tuesday.