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Shabina S. Khatri

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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.

Gulf states reduce 13 demands on Qatar to six ‘principles’

Qatar no longer needs to shut down Doha’s Turkish military base, expel problematic residents or close Al Jazeera, among other things.

Five things to do in Qatar this weekend (July 19-22)

From cheering on Qatar's national football team to taking a sunset dinner cruise to eating a slice of cake fashioned after Qatar's Emir, there's lots to do around town this weekend. Here are the highlights.

Qatar to build QR1.6 billion food processing and storage facility

For the first time, raw sugar, rice and cooking oil will be processed inside of Qatar, transport minister Jassim bin Saif Al-Sulaiti said yesterday, according to Bloomberg.

Report: Qatar residents among world’s most inactive

Interestingly, researchers said that the number of steps taken wasn’t as important as how evenly divided activity was between men and women.

Five things to do in Qatar this weekend (July 12-15)

From breaking out of an adventure room to checking out a play to salsa dancing, there's lots to do in Qatar this weekend. Here are the highlights.

Tawar Mall to house Qatar’s first trampoline park

When it opens in September, Tawar will also have American chains Joe’s Crab Shack and Steak n Shake, high-end furniture store Caracole and Qatar's first Spar supermarket.

Qatar’s Father Emir recovering after leg fracture

The 65-year-old is currently at a hospital and was visited by Sheikh Tamim yesterday, according to Sheikha Al Mayassa.

Qatar’s Emir dined at the Pearl and people loved it

Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani’s public appearance came after Qatar handed in a response to its neighbors’ demands to end the blockade on the country.
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