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Five things to do in Doha this weekend

From bungee jumping to dance performances from a Japanese group that specializes in martial arts and juggling, there's a lot on offer in Qatar over the next few days.

Overcoming challenges, women in Qatar strive to be their own bosses

As more women start their own businesses in Qatar, they find themselves encountering the same red tape as men here, as well as unique cultural barriers.

PHOTOS: Fire Station gallery for emerging artists to open this fall

Some 24 artist studios will become available as part of the first phase of the project, while cafes, bookstores and other features for the public are slated to open next year.

Teach for Qatar to train college grads to work at independent schools

The new program aims to address the different qualities of education offered in Qatar by providing the struggling public school system here with an influx of qualified teachers.

HMC criticized over patient care following gas tank explosion (updated)

Despite his many injuries, 40-year-old Indian driver Mohammed Iqbal was discharged from Hamad Hospital only hours after being admitted.

How to make the most of Qatar’s National Sport Day (2014 edition)

In a bid to get residents moving and healthier, hundreds of activities are planned across the country for Feb. 11. Here's what you need to know.

Exhibit showcases MIA using centuries-old photograpic techniques

The museum's first contemporary art exhibit - commissioned to mark its fifth anniversary - is a nod to Ibn al-Haytham, often called the father of modern optics.
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