Qatar National Library (QNL), in its role as the IFLA Preservation and Conservation Regional Center (PAC) for Arab countries and the Middle East, organized Monday a workshop titled, "Countering Trafficking of Cultural Property Including Document..
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) and Microsoft launched today the first new cloud data center region in Qatar in a ceremony attended by HE Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mohammed bin Ali Al Manna..
Qatar Financial Centre Authority, the legal and tax arm of the Qatar Financial Centre ("QFC"), a leading onshore financial and business centre in the region, and UBS Asset Management today announced that they have signed a Letter of Intent ..
Hundreds of Tehreek-e-Insaf members stand at Khan’s home in show of support The Islamabad High Court on Monday granted Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan a 'protective bail' until Thursday, August 25, in a terrorism case..
Qatar University Press (QU Press) has recently released a series of recent publications such as a series of textbooks, a series of Qatari studies, and a series of scientific theses. In the framework of introducing the new publications, QU Press la..
Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) College of Design Arts in Qatar will hold a series of public forums entitled "Creative Practice and Legal Frameworks in Qatar" starting tomorrow. Organized by the Qatar VCU's Institute for Creat..
A training workshop for Qatari officers covering mechanisms and frameworks for international police cooperation and the National Football Information Point (NFIP) kicked off Tuesday. The three-day workshop is organized by the Safety & Security..
Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios's court date relating to a common assault charge has been pushed back another six weeks, media reported on Friday. The 27-year-old Kyrgios, who finished runner-up at Wimbledon, was scheduled to appear befo..
Sony PlayStation is being sued for £5bn in the UK over allegations it "ripped off its customers" with overpriced games and in-game purchases. The group's legal action, led by consumer rights champion Alex Neill, could see almos..