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Asmahan Qarjouli

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Asmahan Qarjouli is a Palestinian-Jordanian journalist born and raised in Qatar, whose reporting focuses on international affairs and social justice. She graduated from Northwestern University in Qatar with a bachelor of Science in Journalism and has contributed to leading news outlets, including Al Jazeera English and AJ+. As a local reporter, she also looks for stories that reflect the Qatari culture from the past and present.

Qatar condemns Jeddah Remembrance Day attack

The perpetrator appeared to target European representatives attending the event. Qatar has expressed its “strong condemnation and denunciation” of the attack in Jeddah that reportedly...

Qatar’s COVID-19 ‘Healthcare Heroes’ honoured in new exhibition

Individuals from across Qatar’s health sector are being celebrated in an exhibition in the capital. A photography exhibition celebrating 13 of Qatar’s healthcare heroes and...

Qatar-Singapore LNG deal to tackle global carbon emission

Qatar and Singapore signed the first long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) deal that details pollution levels, Bloomberg reported on Monday. The 10-year agreement, signed by...

Doha welcomes Ofcom ruling against Abu Dhabi TV for ‘unethical’ interview

A UAE-based TV channel aired a recorded interview against the will of the key subject, Qatari citizen Dr Mahmoud Al-Jaidah. The United Kingdom’s Office of...

Qawarib 2020: International boat show to set sail following COVID-19 delays

Get ready to see a wide variety of luxury boats at Porto Arabia. The Qatar International Boat Show (Qawarib 2020) will return on November 16...

Qatar-based perfume companies offered discount to export worldwide

Locally made perfume to reach international markets. Qatar Airways is providing discounted rates to local Qatari perfume manufacturers to export their products to international markets,...

QRCS joins WHO to provide psychosocial support to displaced Syrians

People in more than ten Syrian districts will receive psychosocial support. Mobile psychological clinics are currently being deploying to northern Syria as part of a Qatar...

Curtains close: Back in time at Qatar’s first-ever cinema

Lights out, projectors off, curtains close. Long before spacious movie theatres and large screens, watching films was a little different. In fact, films had to...
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