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'Qatar 2022 will be exceptional'

'Qatar 2022 will be exceptional'

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  • US issues health alert on romaine lettuce
  • US issues health alert on romaine lettuce

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    US health officials warned consumers on Tuesday (Nov 20) not to eat any romaine lettuce and to throw away any they might have in their homes, citing an outbreak of E. coli poisoning.

  • 'Release my arm!': Chilling quotes from alleged Khashoggi murder audio tape revealed
  • 'Release my arm!': Chilling quotes from alleged

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    A Turkish daily paper has discharged statements from a sound tape which purportedly caught last snapshots of killed writer Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi department in Istanbul. 
    The Washington Post editorialist is heard r

  • Countdown to 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar begins
  • Countdown to 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar begins

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    Wednesday checks precisely four years to the kickoff of the following World Cup in Qatar. With one stadium completely redeveloped and seven others under different phases of development, all the framework ventures are set to be finished well

  • Four-day traffic diversion on Salwa Road from Thursday
  • Four-day traffic diversion on Salwa Road from

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    Ashghal will impact a temporary diversion for four days from Thursday on Salwa Road eastward carriageway between Rawdat Rashed Interchange (Exit 29) and Mesaieed Interchange (Exit 24) for a separation of 2.2km to permit the establishment of

  • Qatar, Italy sign deals on a wide range of areas
  • Qatar, Italy sign deals on a wide range of areas

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    * Amir and Italian PM witness signing of agreements
    Qatar and Italy signed two co-operation agreements and a number of memorandums of understanding on Tuesday in the presence of His Highness the Amir Sheikh T

  • Kuwait Ministry of Education told to terminate 1,186 expats
  • Kuwait Ministry of Education told to terminate

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    In line with the replacement and Kuwaitization policies, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) has officially requested the Ministry of Education to terminate the services of 1,186 expatriate staff in academic and executive positions by t

  • Sperm whale washed up in Indonesia had plastic bottles, bags in stomach
  • Sperm whale washed up in Indonesia had plastic

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    A sperm whale found dead in a national park in Indonesia had nearly 6kg of plastic waste, including 115 cups, in its stomach, park officials said on Tuesday (Nov 20).

  • US man gets life for murders of pregnant wife, children
  • US man gets life for murders of pregnant wife,

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     A Colorado man was sentenced to life without parole on Monday (Nov 19) for strangling his pregnant wife, smothering their two young daughters and dumping their bodies in an oil field so he could pursue a romantic affair.

  • Temporary closure on Olympic Intersection Thursday
  • Temporary closure on Olympic Intersection

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    The Public Works Authority (Ashghal) announces that it will implement a temporary closure of the Olympic Intersection (Sports Intersection), on the main lanes of the four sides of the intersection, for a period of 7 hours only.

  • Saudi royals move to oust Mohammed bin Salman: report
  • Saudi royals move to oust Mohammed bin Salman:

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    Members of the Saudi royal family are trying to prevent powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman from ascending to the throne following a backlash over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
    Three anonymous sources close

  • Pompeo handed Saudi a plan to shield MBS from Khashoggi fallout, says source
  • Pompeo handed Saudi a plan to shield MBS from

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    US Secretary of State gave Mohammed bin Salman a roadmap to insulate himself from the scandal, a senior Saudi source tells MEE
    Saudi Arabia's best and crown sovereign are protecting themselves from the Ja