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Qatari women at ‘higher risk’ of recurrent strokes, new research reveals

A new study on the impact of stroke on the Qatari population has been published in a scientific journal. A first-of-its-kind research on the impact...

Sheikha Moza joins QF in marking 25-year-anniversary by recognising ’empowering innovation’

At least 80 international Qatar Foundation-supported innovations were celebrated. Sheikha Moza bint Nasser recognised leading innovators on Wednesday in an event to mark the 25th...

Qatar University first to receive European education funding out of thousands of applicants

The higher education institution can now teach European Union (EU) law in a program that’s never been taught before in the Gulf region. Qatar University’s...

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Amnesty International: ‘Ongoing abuse of domestic workers in Qatar’

Stressed, overworked and abused, in its latest report, rights group Amnesty International says this is the reality for many domestic workers. Meanwhile, the government...

Meet Qatar’s ‘inclusive’ skating community

Roller blading, or skating, has become increasingly popular in Qatar as residents seek a fun and interactive way to keep fit - all while...
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The Round Up | Oct 19, 2020

Top stories this Monday on The Round Up 💉 Free flu vaccine for everyone in Qatar ❌ Unlicensed markets shut down 🤢 20 tonnes of spoiled food...

Qatar’s Health Control Department seizes 20 tonnes of spoiled foodstuffs

Food product found was unsuitable for human consumption. Doha’s Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) seized 20 tonnes of spoiled foodstuffs from warehouses, the ministry...