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‘Nothing has changed’ despite damning Dreama negligence claims

In February, Doha News shared the story of neglect at Qatar's only orphanage.  However, little has changed since publication, sources claim.  Months ago, Doha News released a report on the state of Qatar's only orphanage,...

Spyware and censorship: How governments control what you see online

Governments are increasingly using digital surveillance to threaten, censor and silence online users, including journalists, explains researcher Justin Shilad, in an exclusive interview with Doha News. With millions across the world turning to the internet...

Qatar-based pro-Palestine group slams Israeli violence

Following the continued violations by Israeli occupation forces, the Doha-based Qatar Youth Opposed to Normalisation group solidified their support for Palestinians. Increasing Israeli attacks against Palestinians is “a continuation of a systematic process aimed...

Security company faces penalty for breaking Qatar labour law

The ministry said the company's contract violated the September 2020 reformed labour law. Qatari authorities launched an investigation into a possible breach in labour law after a peaceful protest by a group of security guards...

Where do Gulf states rank on press freedom?

Freedom of the press in the Gulf has been under international microscopes, with restrictions that cost journalists jail time, or even their lives.  The brutal murder of Saudi journalist and author Jamal Khashoggi by the...

Qatar’s Amir Tamim donates QR 200 million to wipe out debts

On the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan, the Amir of Qatar personally contributed to relieve those in debt. Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani personally paid QR 200 million to cover the balance...
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