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One step forward, two steps back: Why is Qatar struggling to combat the second wave?

With continued lax attitudes among the general public as well as delayed measures from authorities, Qatar can expect another lockdown. Sources have told Doha News that a lockdown with restrictions similar to those experienced during...

OPINION: Saudi-UAE run bot factories are a threat to free speech

Fake online bots emerged as a recent cyber warfare tactic to aid repressive governments in disseminating propaganda while attacking all critics, Ghada Oueiss writes. In the months and weeks leading up to the 2017 Qatar...

An Uphill Task: Qatar’s mediation ambitions between the US and Iran

If Qatar makes strides in US-Iran mediation efforts, it could bolster Doha's international reputation as a regional power, writes Samuel Ramani. Less than two months into his presidency, Joe Biden’s hopes for a swift return...

تراجع قطر عن حقوق العمال، انتصار لأطماع رجال الأعمال وهزيمة لجهود الإصلاح

"قطر قطعت أشواطاً في اصلاحات قوانين العمال، لكن ذلك كله على المحك بسبب طمع رجال الأعمال" اول افتتاحية باللغة العربية لدوحة نيوز نتطرق الى انجازات السنوات الماضية في مجال حقوق العمال بينما تخطو دولة قطر...

Qatar has come too far to give in to pressure from business community

Editorial: As Qatar makes strides in its journey to reform labour laws, members of its business community and Shura council have been applying pressure to reverse crucial steps made to protect workers in recent...

Social justice can only be achieved through solidarity

Achieving social justice doesn’t have to take many lifetimes. It can be eliminated from our communities if we unite against it and speak, writes Ayan Said on World Day of Social Justice. We are in...
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