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IATA warns against exploitation of ‘market strength’ amid recent Qatar Airways, Airbus dispute

Qatar Airways and Airbus' recent dispute raises eyebrows amongst high-profile figures in the airline industry. Head of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Willie Walsh, has said that Airbus' decision to revoke their contract with Qatar Airways is...

Qatar, Western powers participate in Oslo talks over Afghanistan

Whilst western powers have been engaging with the Taliban-led government following decades of war, they have yet to recognise the new administration. Qatar joined special envoys from the European Union and the US in participating...

Qatar to face-off with South Korea for Handball Championship semi-finals

The national team continues its 100% winning streak in the Asian Men's Handball Championship in Saudi Arabia, rendering the team one match away from semi-finals. Qatar beat Uzbekistan this Monday with its biggest margin yet—improving its...

Qatar’s FM, US Sec. Blinken discuss Russia’s ‘unprovoked’ military presence in Ukraine

Earlier reports stated that the Biden Administration has been in talks with Qatar to supply Europe with gas in the event of a Russian invasion in Ukraine. Qatar's Foreign Minister, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani,...

Qatar National Library returns to normal opening hours amid dip in Covid cases

It's time to go back to your favourite study spot after months of capacity restrictions.   Qatar National Library has announced that it will go back to normal opening hours starting Tuesday, after months of Covid-19 capacity...

Doha ranks second safest city in the world, again

Qatar's endeavours to provide security within and beyond its borders is reflected in this year's Numbeo crime index report. Scoring 86.17% in the safety index and 13.83% in the crime index, Doha is ranked as...
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