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Mushereib shopkeepers liquidate goods, wonder what’s next

Mushereib shopkeepers liquidate goods, wonder what's nextThe Gulf Times reports: Despite electricity to their premises disconnected more than three days ago, many shops in the Mushereib and neighbouring areas of Shahra Kahraba remained open until...

Is it time for Qatar to hire traffic police?

Two kids were killed in a traffic accident in Mesaieed yesterday after a burst tire caused their family’s vehicle to roll over, media reports state. The children were not wearing seat belts. In a separate rollover accident, a...

New e-payment system at healthcare centers slows down business

Low-income workers and those without debit and credit cards are having a hard time adjusting to the new e-cash payment system at Qatar’s primary healthcare centers (PHC). Firstly, the centers have not instituted a grace...

Report: Qatar has lowest unemployment rate in GCC, but rise imminent

Report: Qatar has lowest unemployment rate in GCC, but rise imminentThe Peninsula reports: Qatar has the lowest rate of unemployment in the GCC region at 0.5 percent but experts warn that future trends point towards...

Qatar searches for answers after fatal accident in Al Khor

Qatar is still reeling after a gruesome traffic accident yesterday killed three nurses and a hospital staff member, including a pregnant woman, and injured 10. The driver, Mohamed Bashir, survived with multiple injuries. The nurses were traveling to...

Hamad Medical confirms deaths in Al Khor accident

Hamad Medical Corp. has issued a statement regarding a deadly traffic accident in Al Khor this morning. The statement confirms that there indeed were fatalities in a vehicle crash, but little else: July 4, 2011: This...
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