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What’s responsible for Qatar’s terrible traffic jams?

The call to improve traffic conditions on Doha’s crowded roads has grown louder, as more government officials and residents say a change is needed. The first step to fixing the problem is understanding why things...

Wired: Unveiling Middle East Science – A Reading List

Wired: Unveiling Middle East Science – A Reading List For those heading to or curious about the World Conference of Science Journalists starting on Monday in Doha, here’s a reading list related to the “Unveiling Arab...

Machu Picchu exhibit to go up at Katara

The ambassador of Peru to Qatar will unveil the world-wide photographic exhibition “100 years of Machu Picchu World Revelation” on Sunday at the Qatar Photographic Society exhibition hall in Katara Cultural Village. Gulf Times reports: Machu...

Peninsula: Scarlet fever cases are on the rise

Peninsula: Scarlet fever cases are on the rise Cases of Scarlet fever have been reported at two nurseries in Qatar, and medical practitioners have confirmed receiving complaints, the Peninsula newspaper reports: Dr Khalid Shaboon, Head...

Dubai’s latest restaurant experience: Dining in total darkness

Dubai's latest restaurant experience: Dining in total darkness The National reports: Bread basket?” volunteers Samantha, thrusting a pannier in what she presumes is my direction.I wave a hand in the air, eventually land on something smooth...

Poll: GCC residents more fearful of, pessimistic about Arab Spring

Poll: GCC residents more fearful of, pessimistic about Arab SpringThe Peninsula reports: A growing number of Gulf citizens are frightened and pessimistic about the “Arab Spring”, according to an opinion poll, commissioned by The Doha...
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