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Gulf states agree deal to end Qatar tensions

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Gulf foreign ministers have agreed to a deal to end months of unprecedented tension between Qatar and other members of the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council over the Muslim Brotherhood.

70% of Arabs call for more film and TV censorship

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Around 70 percent of Arab adults in the region believe governments should do more to censor violent and romantic content in films and TV shows, while the same number also believe they should be banned altogether if they are found to be offensive t

Sponsorship transfer after fixed time urged

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With several reports suggesting an imminent change in the country’s sponsorship law, a prominent Qatari lawyer has proposed an amendment to the law, giving employees the right to transfer sponsorship without approval of the original sponsor after

More than 600 malaria cases reported in Qatar last year

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More than 600 cases of malaria were reported in Qatar last year and in all cases, the disease was contacted in countries where it is endemic, according to a senior official at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC).

Vegetable prices rose by 7pc in March

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Prices of vegetables in the Central Market soared by seven percent last month compared to the same period last year. However, prices were only 2 percent up last month compared to February, said an official report.

The 9th annual blood donation drive

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EO Qatar Chapter and Members See Exceptional Growth in 2013/2014

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The latest Entrepreneurs’ Organization’s (EO) results from its Global Entrepreneur Indicator research project, shows that EO Qatar stands strong with substantially more growth than the EO Global results, and has a sturdy predicted growth for 2014.

Private sector 'failing to understand young Qataris'

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Qatar’s private sector is failing to understand the aspirations and motivations of young Qataris, according to a new report by the Qatar Chamber, it was reported.

Four charged with negligence over gas blast

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Four expatriate men have been referred to the criminal court by the Public Prosecution as the accused in the Duhail gas explosion that killed 11 expatriates and injured 35, including a Qatari, on February 27, local Arabic daily Arrayah re

New library offers free membership for residents

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Residents of Qatar will have the opportunity to get membership of Qatar National Library (QNL) for free during its Arab and Islamic Heritage Collection Open Day on Thursday. Residents also can apply online for membership.

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