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Study: Qatar tap water safer bet than bottled H20

Qatar residents should drink tap water and shun the bottled stuff, which can cause “tremendous harm,” a new study found. The study, which was conducted by two high school students who interviewed experts at the...

Olympic committee: Qatar, KSA should send female athletes to games

The International Olympic Committee commission has named and shamed three countries for never sending female athletes to the Olympics: Saudi Arabia, Bruni and Qatar. Anita DeFrantz, head of the IOC’s women and sport commission, issued the report...

Child abuse hotline in Qatar gets 1,500 calls in five months

Child abuse hotline in Qatar gets 1,500 calls in five monthsThe Peninsula reports: A helpline that was set up to receive complaints about child abuse received more than 1,560 calls—many of them distress ones—between January...

Qatar to get region’s first national data privacy law

Qatar is set to establish new standards of privacy on personal information relating to children, location data and sensitive personal information like religious affiliation and medical conditions. UPDATE: This post has been removed to comply...

Official: Qatar heat could alter football game format

Official: Qatar heat could alter football game formatReuters reports: FIFA could allow matches at the 2022 World Cup finals in Qatar to be played over three 30-minute periods if temperatures in the stadiums became dangerously...

Residents call for Qtel boycott, demand better service, prices

A storm of discontent is brewing over Qtel services, and Qatar’s only internet service provider is working hard to contain it. For the first time, residents are channeling long-held complaints about Qtel mobile and internet...
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