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Victoria Scott

Victoria Scott is Editor-at-Large at Doha News. Before moving to Qatar in 2009, she was a broadcast journalist for BBC News for eight years. She's also worked for Al Jazeera, Reuters and The Telegraph. She has a postgraduate degree in Broadcast Journalism from City University, London, and an undergraduate degree in English Language and Literature from King's College, London.

Vodafone Qatar network down due to ‘technical issues’

In a tweet this morning, the company acknowledged the problem and said that it was working to resolve the issue, which it said "might affect access to our network."

Love for Sheikh Tamim hits fever pitch in Qatar

In addition to murals and T-shirts, the Emir's likeness has also been spotted in the sky, underwater and even in a cup of coffee.

Qatar Airways CEO slammed for ‘sexist, ageist’ remarks

In remarks during a speech in Dublin, Al Baker boasted that the average age of his airline's cabin crew was 26, adding that American airlines were "crap" and passengers served by "grandmothers."

Qatar blockade inspires musicians to pen songs of support

Two musicians have joined the chorus of voices supporting Qatar in the GCC blockade, writing and performing songs backing the defiant stance being taken by Qatar's leaders.

Qatar telecom providers change network name to Tamim almajd

The country's largest telecom provider has changed its network name to "Tamim Almajd" (Glorious Tamim) in a show of support for Qatar's leader.

Laptop ban lifted for passengers on Qatar Airways flights to the US

In a statement, the airline said restrictions on carrying items like laptops and iPads onboard direct flights to the US had been lifted "with immediate effect."

Qatar Airways speeds up some route launches amid Gulf blockade

Qatar Airways' first service to Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, and Sohar in Oman will now take place by the end of August.

Qatar’s score improves on US human trafficking index

Qatar is now considered a Tier 2 country in the US State Department’s 2017 Trafficking in Person’s Report, up from the Tier 2 'watch list,' where it had remained for three years.
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