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Doha News Team

Covering breaking news, politics, business, culture and more in and around Qatar since 2009.

Graffiti finally cleaned off iconic ‘East-West / West-East’ artwork

The world famous East-West / West-East art work by Richard Serra, situated in Qatar's Brouq nature reserve has finally been cleaned by authorities. Shortly after...

The Round Up | 24 Nov 2020

The top news this Tuesday on The Round Up 🔴 Police officers charged in case of airport abandoned baby ⚖️ QFCRA legal action against First Abu...

The Round Up | Nov 17, 2020

Top stories in Qatar this Tuesday on The Round Up: ✈️ Top US security official says he hopes air blockade is lifted in the next...

The Round Up | Nov 15, 2020

Top stories on #TheRoundUp this Sunday 🇦🇪 UAE official says Gulf crisis will not be resolved ‘anytime soon’ 🇹🇳 Tunisian president visits Qatar 👮 Police crackdown on...

The Round Up | Oct 26, 2020

In case you missed it, here are the top stories in Qatar today: ✈️ Abandoned baby at Hamad International Airport 🦠 Race to secure coronavirus vaccine...

The Round Up | Oct 25, 2020

Top stories on The Round Up ❌🇫🇷 Qatari markets boycott French products 📱 Online physiotherapy by HMC 👦👧🏽 Al Arabi Club partners with Dreama Orphan Care Centre 🏠...
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Qatar eases Exceptional Entry Permit measures for residents travelling abroad

The decision was based on local and international epidemiological factors regarding the spread of COVID-19. Residents currently in Qatar with plans to travel and return...

Index: Despite ranking, perception of public safety in Qatar high

Based on personal safety, infrastructure safety, digital security and health security, Qatar's capital ranked 29th out of 50 cities in the latest edition of The Economist Intelligence Unit's Safe Cities Index: Assessing urban security in the digital age.