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10th Al Jazeera International Documentary Film Festival

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Ritz Carlton Doha
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2014 on track to be hottest on record

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The world is on course for this to be the hottest year ever, with global land and sea temperatures for September the highest ever recorded for the month, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Noaa) said yesterday.

20 in hospital after eating bad barbecue

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More than 20 people, including several women and children were hospitalised following severe food poisoning from dishes served by a popular Turkish restaurant in Frij Klaib area.

Teach For Qatar Gains Fellow from Maersk Oil Qatar

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Her Excellency Sheikha Hind bint Hamad Al-Thani, Founder and Chairperson of Teach For Qatar (TFQ); and Jakob Thomasen, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Maersk Oil, recently met in Doha to formalize a strategic partnership

Ford Marks 20 Years of Fighting Breast Cancer with Warriors in Pink and Introduces ‘Models of Courage’ in the Middle East to Inspire Strength and Bravery

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This year marks 20 years of Ford Motor Company fighting against breast cancer. The company’s journey began when it became one of the first corporate sponsors of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

InterContinental Doha The City welcomes international Oktoberfest band for annual celebration

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InterContinental® Doha The City is pleased to announce that famous Bavarian band, Harthauser Musi, will once again lead the hotel’s annual Oktoberfest celebration from 29th to 31st October.

Zumba enthusiasts create breast cancer awareness

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Hundreds of Zumba enthusiasts gathered yesterday at Ritz-Carlton Doha to create awareness about breast cancer.

Plan to provide maids on hourly, weekly and monthly basis

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Manpower agencies in Qatar and other GCC states hope to urge authorities to allow them to provide maids on hourly, weekly and monthly basis to needy homes.

GCC plans passports for camels

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A camel entering Qatar from a neighbouring GCC country will need a passport and a microchip embedded in its body for identification.

This is to ensure that camels infected by corona-virus (MERS) are not let into the country.

WIN 2 TICKETS (worth QR 640!) to enjoy 'Jazz in the Desert'!

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WIN 2 TICKETS (worth QR 640!) to enjoy 'Jazz in the Desert' at AAQ Desert Camp, Khor Al-Udaid

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