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Farah AlSharif

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Farah AlSharif is a Palestinian journalist, presenter and correspondent based in Qatar. Her areas of interest include Middle Eastern politics, human rights, civic education, Palestine, and global culture.

Qatar’s central bank to gradually reduce Covid-19 economic support measures

Qatar Central Bank will begin the implementation of its reduction strategy for its support packages.  Qatar's Central Bank (QCB) said it will soon gradually start...

Qatar opens Middle East’s largest, first ‘fully immersive’ wellness resort

The 280,000 sqm destination will be located in the north of Qatar and will be the largest  in the region.  Qatar has announced the opening...

Britain’s ‘most pro-Saudi’ Tory MP pleaded for anti-Qatar Middle East jobs

A British member of parliament reportedly asked a fixer to participate in an anti-Qatar conference. Conservative Member of Parliament Daniel Kawczynski reportedly pleaded with a...

Relationship between Qatar Airway, Airbus ‘destroyed’ : Al Baker

In comments made to the South China Morning Post, the Qatar Airways CEO said the damage with Airbus was 'severe.' Qatar Airways is expected to...

Qatar eyes entertainment tech with first-of-a-kind Middle East facility

Qatar has eyed Cityneon to build a massive facility in the Gulf state.  The Qatar Free Zones Authority (QFZA) and Singapore-based global entertainment company Cityneon...

Exxon Mobil, Qatar Energy ‘won’t enter’ Turkish continental shelf: Cavusoglu

The two energy giants had been awarded oil exploration licenses by Cyprus to exploit Section 5 of its self-declared exclusive economic zone. Both the US...

Has Qatar Airways backtracked on flights to South Africa again?

The Gulf carrier recently announced it had reinstated flights from South Africa, but many complained that flights had been cancelled.  Over the weekend, Qatar Airways...

Qatar World Cup ‘part of solution’, migrant workers tell Dutch football association

The Dutch national football team took a stand to protest the 2022 World Cup in Qatar earlier in March.   A delegation from the Dutch football...
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