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Qatar’s Al-Udeid base to house Afghan interpreters following US troop withdrawal

Afghan authorities on Saturday announced a night curfew in 31 of the country's provinces amid a surge in violence. The Pentagon is set to transfer thousands of Afghan interpreters and translators along with their families...

Qatar beats El Salvador to head to Gold Cup semi-finals

Last week, Qatar's national team advanced to the quarter-finals in its first ever participation in the tournament following its win over Honduras. Qatar emerged triumphant over El Salvador in a 3-2 victory on Saturday at the...

Grand Prix mulls Qatar as alternative location for 2021 Formula 1 race: reports

Qatar could potentially host a Formula 1 race as uncertainty lurks over several scheduled races in the second half of the season. Formula 1 (F1) is reportedly considering Qatar to fill a vacant spot left...

How Arab regimes used Israeli spyware to spy on activists, journalists

More than 50,000 people in 40 countries are potentially at risk due to Israel's Pegasus spyware tool. A report published by Amnesty International found that NSO Group is licensing its Pegasus spyware to governments across...

The rise of influencers: Can content creators make a ‘job’ out of social media?

While many consider social media merely an entertainment outlet or even a 'waste of time', some have utilised the tool to create financial opportunities. The increasing popularity of social media over the last decade has...

‘They had no mercy’: Palestinian remembers moment he was made a refugee in 1948

For the last seven decades, Palestinians have been witnessing their own ethnic with Israel continuing to make way for Jewish settlers from abroad. It was way before 15 May 1948 when Palestinians first started seeing...
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