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Shabina S. Khatri

Shabina S. Khatri is the editor of Doha News. She holds dual bachelor's degrees in Business Administration and Spanish from the University of Michigan, a Masters of Science in Journalism from Northwestern University, has previously taught at NU-Q, and worked for the Wall Street Journal and the Detroit Free Press.

Popular Rumaila Park to be fan zone during Qatar’s 2022 World Cup

The venue, also known as Al Bida Park, was once a popular picnic location for many residents. It had a children’s playground, several small shops and a heritage center called Cultural Village.

Qatar’s Emir visits US airbase on anniversary of Sept. 11 attack

The base, located southwest of Doha, is the largest such US facility in the region, hosting 10,000 troops.

Qatar’s Emir and Saudi’s crown prince discuss Gulf crisis

Any hope of diplomatic progress was swiftly dashed after what Al Jazeera called a “protocol mishap" that led to Saudi Arabia suspending any further dialogue for the time being.

Qatar Airways CEO elected chairman of IATA’s board

"I look forward to working alongside the Board of Governors to champion passenger rights and improve security standards across the industry, as well as continuing to promote the rights of freedom of flight for all," Akbar Al Baker said.

Saudi Arabia’s praise for obscure Qatari sheikh raises eyebrows

Who is Sheikh Abdullah bin Ali Al Thani and why is he suddenly so popular in Saudi Arabia? Here's what analysts have to say.

Qatar’s blasphemy laws criticized in new US report

The Gulf state was ranked fifth in the newly released Respecting Rights? Measuring the World’s Blasphemy Laws.

Here’s a look at Qatar’s upcoming National Museum

The museum is open for tours to Culture Pass members before it closes at the end of this year for exhibition installation.

Health ministry: Qatar’s eggs are pesticide-free

The move comes after millions of chicken eggs were recalled in Europe this week over health concerns.
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