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Leaving Qatar to appreciate it

One of the most favorite pastimes among expats in Qatar is complaining. Whether Qatar doesn’t have enough of one thing or too much of another, there is always something here to complain about.  But a funny thing...

So, what do you think of Qatar?

Residents of this tiny Gulf state are asked this loaded question all the time, and there are more than 100 ways to answer it. In a recent blog post, a relative newcomer to Doha reflects...

Poll: Who’s a bigger menace on Qatar’s roads?

Drunken driving, driving without a license and speeding recklessly are among the top causes of road accidents in Qatar, a senior traffic department official has said. The Peninsula reports: (Captain Muqueem Al Khayarin said) some 16...

Survey: Reading newspapers not popular pastime for Qatar’s Arabs

Survey: Reading newspapers not popular pastime for Qatar's ArabsA survey of 525 Arab expats and nationals in Qatar found that only 8 percent of them read newspapers. The survey, conducted by the Social Rehabilitation Centre,...

I’d like to ask if it’s true that one can’t work in Qatar if he or she has been infected previously with TB even...

We found conflicting answers in our research and the local hospitals were no help. Anyone have any knowledge about the status of people previously infected with/treated for tuberculosis in Qatar?

Nine things I learned about Saudi Arabia from a Saudi journalist

Khaled Almaeena is the editor-in-chief of Arab News, one of the largest and longest-running English-language newspapers in the Gulf. The paper is often gutsy with its content, and that no doubt has a lot to...
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