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Lesley Walker

Lesley Walker is a journalist with Doha News. Prior to moving to Qatar in 2012, she worked in London as a reporter and sub-editor for national newspapers and news agencies. Lesley has a post-graduate diploma in journalism from Glasgow Caledonian University/University of Strathclyde and an MA in International Relations from University of St Andrews, UK.

More Barcelona vs Al Ahli tickets to go on sale soon

Fans can buy up to four tickets, which cost QR100 and QR200 each, on QFA's website. Malls and other outlets will begin selling tickets soon.

QNB customers can now use eye scans to access ATMs

So far, 14 branches around Qatar have been fitted with the technology, and more ATMS are being added as the system expands, QNB said in a statement.

Qatar residents welcome the first rain of the winter

Residents reported seeing light showers in areas including Old Airport area, Bin Omran and Onaiza shortly after 3:30pm today.

Report: Qatar is still rich, but per person wealth is falling

There are also fewer millionaires in the country this year compared to 2015, figures in the Global Wealth Report 2016 by Credit Suisse Research Institute (CSRI) show.

Reports: Qatari women robbed in hold-up on Paris highway

The two women, who have not been named, were traveling from Le Bourget airport, which handles private jets, northeast of the capital.

First Qatar Ladies golf open set to tee-off this week

As well as the golf, there will also be a QLO "village" with children's entertainment. This includes bouncy castles, games such as table football, a ball-dribbling challenge and a ball-in-a-bucket competition.

Qatar’s new sponsorship law will give expats 30 days to get RPs

The current law only gives expats seven days to start processing their RP paperwork.

Report: Qatar to see ‘modest’ budget surplus next year

This is because global oil prices are expected to rise next year, the latest economic analysis from BMI Research said.
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