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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.

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Qatar pioneers new study on gene-environment

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Qatar extends incentives for private sectors affected by COVID-19

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