Qatar will open an embassy in Baghdad, Iraq's foreign minister said on Friday, in the latest sign of improving relations between Gulf Arab countries and Iraq.
Tensions between the Sunni Muslim-ruled states of the Gulf and Iraq
The Qatar International Medical Congress (QIMC), which concluded today (May 29), bridged the gap between international researchers, experts and leading medical companies and Qatar’s leading entrepreneurs, docs and researchers in the field.
Qatar defended its successful 2022 World Cup bid on Friday following corruption scandals in soccer's governing body Fifa and said it would carry on with plans to stage the event.
Qatar's World Cup organising committee said
New and revolutionary environmental technology from four Swedish companies will be displayed in a special full-scale facility in Doha, Qatar.
The opportunities, which is a result of a deal between Midroc New Technology and Gulf Or
Qatar's bourse fell sharply on Thursday, driven by news of criminal investigations against Fifa soccer officials as well as by profit-taking after an upgrade of some stocks by index compiler MSCI. Most other Gulf markets were also soft.
Qatar Foundation Endowment (QFE) and Luigi Maria Monti Foundation have announced plans to set up a specialised hospital and medical research centre at Olbia in the Italian city of Sardinia.
Following the signing for the
Oryx Rotana Doha, a leading hotel in the Qatari capital, has received three ‘favourite’ awards at the FACT Dining Awards Doha 2015.
The hotel has captured the hearts of the city’s bloggers and residents and bagged thre
Researchers, experts and leading medical companies from across the world are showcasing their latest products, services and technologies in the medical field, to provide better treatment for people living in Qatar at an ongoing conference.
Swiss police arrested some of the most powerful figures in global soccer on Wednesday, announcing a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups and plunging the world's most popular sport into turmoil.
In handing out lucrative public procurement contracts, Qatar is likely to favour countries whose airports grant take-off and landing slots to state-owned Qatar Airways, its chief executive said on Tuesday.
The remarks by Akbar al-