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Amir exchanges Eid greetings with leaders of Muslim countries

Amir exchanges Eid greetings with leaders of Muslim countries

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani has exchanged cables of greetings on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr with leaders of the Arab and Muslim countries.

US Congress members apprised of siege-related violations

US Congress members apprised of siege-related violations

Members of the US Congress have shown keen interest in discussing the siege-related human rights violations on the floor of the House, Chairman of Qatar’s National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) Dr Ali bin Smaikh al-Marri has said.

Trump appeals travel ban limits to Supreme Court

Trump appeals travel ban limits to Supreme Court

The San Francisco Appeals Court's decision could pave the way for the entry of some 24,000 already-approved refugees beginning September 12.

Trump appeals against weakened travel ban ruling

Trump appeals against weakened travel ban ruling

The US Justice Department has asked the Supreme Court to block a federal judge's ruling that exempted grandparents of people living in the United States from President Donald Trump's travel ban.

Most American voters support limited travel ban

Most American voters support limited travel ban

Six in 10 American voters support the new ban on people from six predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States unless they can show they have a close relative here, according to opinion poll results.

Trump asks Supreme Court to reinstate travel ban

Trump asks Supreme Court to reinstate travel ban

President Donald Trump's administration asked the US Supreme Court on Thursday to reinstate its temporary ban on travellers from six Muslim majority nations despite repeated setbacks in the lower courts.

Trump blames airport chaos on protesters

Trump blames airport chaos on protesters

US President Donald Trump on Monday again rejected accusations that his ban on travellers from Muslim countries had prompted chaos in US airports, blaming protesters and a computer systems outage at Delta Airlines.

Micromax, once a rising star, struggles

Micromax, once a rising star, struggles

A year ago, Micromax vaulted past Samsung Electronics Co to become India’s leading smartphone brand.

Robots, new working ways to cost 5 million jobs by 2020

Robots, new working ways to cost 5 million jobs by 2020

Disruptive labour market changes, including the rise of robots and artificial intelligence, will result in a net loss of 5.1 million jobs over the next five years in 15 leading countries ...

Schengen and European Security

Schengen and European Security

Another key European project is under threat. Some two decades after border controls were first abolished under the Schengen Agreement – which now includes 26 countries, including four non-members of the European Union ...

1,150 new commercial registrations recorded

1,150 new commercial registrations recorded

The Commercial Registration and Licences Department at the Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) recorded 1,150 new commercial registrations last month.

US seeks to ease Israeli concerns over Iran deal

US seeks to ease Israeli concerns over Iran deal

US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter visited Israel yesterday in a bid to ease concerns over the nuclear deal with Iran.