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Four months after flooding, Qatar investigation continues


Some four months after heavy rainfall flooded roads and damaged several buildings around Qatar, including the airport, investigators are still looking into who to hold responsible, the nation’s attorney general has reportedly said.

The Qatar Tribune quoted Ali bin Fetais al Marri as saying the case is still with the public prosecutor’s office. The prime minister ordered an inquiry in November into why a seasonal storm caused so much chaos across the country. Company owners, contractors and consulting engineers behind the “flawed projects” were subsequently banned from leaving the state.

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