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Qatar 365 discovers Qatar's rich traditions from desert camping to the country's classic dhow boats.
Qatar World Cup draw whets sporting and political appetites
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World Cup draw: Line-up for Qatar football tournament revealed
The draw is complete -- find out who will play who in the group stages of the football World Cup in Qatar later this year.
World Cup draw: FIFA and Qatar slammed over LGBTQ and worker rights
On the eve of the World Cup draw the head of Norway's FA criticised Qatar's record on protecting the rights of migrant workers and its criminalisation of homosexuality.
Doha hospital treats sick falcons and replaces damaged feathers
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From eGaming to Padel: exploring the future of sport in Qatar
As the hosts of the FIFA World Cup, 2022 is going to be a big sporting year for Qatar but what else does the future hold? From the world of e-gamers and the business of sport, to scoring points with padel players, Qatar365 discovers the potential.
The parkour pioneers of Qatar are taking the sport to another level
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Playing to win: meet Qatar's inspirational sportswomen
Women in Qatar are proving to be inspirational sporting role models. Qatar 365 takes a look at what exactly it takes for them to get to the top of their game?
How Qatar is protecting its wildlife and special traditions
How is Qatar protecting its wildlife? And why are falcons and camels so important when it comes to local culture? In this episode of Qatar 365, the team explore the country’s special traditions when it comes to the animals, the environment and plantlife.
Beckham attends Amateur Women's football tournament at Qatar's Education Stadium
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To infinity and beyond: the new space age
From intergalactic travel to tackling climate change, in this episode The Exchange focuses on the space economy. Set to become a trillion dollar industry by 2030, we look at what's driving investment in this fast growing sector.
Water in Qatar: aiming for sustainability in a desert climate
In this episode of Qatar 365 the team focus on Qatar's efforts to maximise its finite water resources.
The Creator Economy: turning clicks into cash
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Qatar World Cup ticket sales to open
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2022 World Cup will be 'best ever' says FIFA president
With less than a year to go until the World Cup, the FIFA president is confident that Qatar 2022 will be a huge success.
The sky's the limit: the rise of the cloud
In this episode of The Exchange we look at the expanding cloud sector and business analytics boom, asking what the tech giants actually do with our data and what it means for our privacy.
The Afghan children's orchestra plays again
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The FIFA Arab Cup: A perfect World Cup warm-up
A first ever FIFA Arab Cup provided Qatar with the ideal opportunity to test out the logistics ahead of next year's World Cup.
Going through the roof: what does 2022 have in store for global property prices?
The pandemic has transformed the global property market. In this episode of the Exchange, industry leaders offer their predictions for the $10 trillion sector in 2022.
Qatar Hosts Formula 1: Harnessing the Power of Cars
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Kidults drive boom for traditional toys
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Chocolate, the billion euro industry that tastes good and does good
The cocoa industry is big business, worth billions of euros every year. But is our love for chocolate good for the planet and farmers? We look at how the sector is trying to be more sustainable, fair and teach consumers to be more responsible.
How has Qatar’s film industry changed over the past decade?
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Seven women are suing Qatar over 'invasive' body searches at airport
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