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Doha expats paying 'considerably' more for rent than they can afford

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Doha expats are paying “considerably” more for rent than the international benchmark for affordable housing, a new analysis has found.

Qatar runs covert desert training camp for Syrian rebels

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100 striking labourers to be deported from Qatar

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More than 100 migrant labour workers who went on strike in Qatar over low pay are being deported, their co-workers have

Sony set to end sponsorship of World Cup over corruption concerns

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Electronics giant Sony will pull its sponsorship of the football World Cup for the 2018 and 2022 tournaments in Russia and Qatar,

Paris Saint-Germain Academy brought to you by Ooredoo returns to Evolution Sports Qatar - 7th - 11th December 2014

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Welcome to the official training camp of the Paris Saint-Germain soccer team: Paris Saint-Germain Academy brought to you by Ooredoo and managed by Evolution Sports Qatar.

Qatar wins the Gulf Cup - Defeats Saudi 2-1

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CONGRATULATIONS TO QATAR! Thanks to all the fans for the support. We're so proud of Al Anaby!

The Sound of Music: The world’s best loved musical live on stage in Qatar Announces its wonderful cast

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The cast of Sound of Music in Doha

From State Media in association with Popular Productions, one of the most prolific producers of theatre in the region comes the Qatar Premiere of the critically acclaimed, award winning production of The Sound of Music which will run at QNCC, Doha

Cockroach in rice!

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The Umm Salal Municipality yesterday closed down a restaurant in Al Kharaitiyat area for 30 days after finding cockroach in rice.

2,000 buses by 2022

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By the time Qatar hosts the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the country will have 2,000 buses on its roads, 8,500km of highways, and internal roads stretching a total of 34,000km, the Minister of Transport H E Jassim Seif Ahmed Al Sulaiti said yesterday.

Cold spell likely until end of next week

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The Met office has warned of a sudden onset of cold spell from this morning which could last until the end of next week.

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