(Wikimedia Commons) It seems that building artificial islands is considered chic these days. Qatar and Dubai are in the process of making their own. China is as well; albeit to the dismay of their neighbors throughout the South China Sea. ... Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago
For a country so tiny, Qatar punches far above its weight. A few years ago, an influential Saudi prince had called it a country of 300 people and a TV station due to the inordinate influence Al Jazeera enjoyed in the region. Perhaps in recognition ...Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago 42 other countries that still have monarchs CNN, 2 weeks ago
Akbar Al Baker has steered Qatar Airways from a tiny regional entity into global prominence Image: Courtesy Qatar Airways Akbar Al Baker, group CEO, Qatar Airways Q atar Airways has been in the news for two reasons: Postponing the launch of its Doha-Auckland ...Forbes India, 2 months ago
This editorial first appeared in the Toronto Star: There's no shortage of reasons why the tiny but superwealthy Gulf state of Qatar is a terrible choice for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. There's the long-standing allegation that it obtained the ...New Hamburg Independent, 2 months ago
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DOHA: An opinion article about life as a gay Qatari has stirred debate about the limits of tolerance in the conservative Gulf Arab country which is due to host the 2022 football World Cup. The unprecedented public insight into homosexuality in a ...Kuwait Times, 2 weeks ago Gay Qatari's Article Sparks Debate Over Welcoming Homosexuals During 2022 World Cup NDTV, 2 weeks ago Gay Qatari's article provokes backlash over World Cup 'values' Yahoo! Singapore, 2 weeks ago Article by gay Qatari provokes backlash over World Cup values Gulf Business, 2 weeks ago
It might seem like a simple matter of checkbook diplomacy: wealthy Qatar promising the struggling Gaza Strip that it would pay the monthly salaries ofnearly 24,000 civil servants. Nothing involving Gaza, however, is uncomplicated. Qatar's ...Washington Post, 3 weeks ago
Qatar is taking just two women athletes to Rio, half the number which competed at London 2012, despite selecting its largest ever Olympics squad for Brazil, officials confirmed Thursday. Nada Arakji, the first ever Qatari woman to compete in the ...Arabstoday.net, 3 weeks ago
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Doha is the newest city in the Middle Eastern region which is making its presence felt on the world map. The modern-day Qatar is completely different from what it used to be some 20 years ago. All those skyscrapers are erected in recent years ...Gulf Daily News, 1 month ago
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