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Following Dubai's example, Qatar's Hamad International Airport in Doha is charging departing and transit travellers to use the facility.
Qatar Airways has lifted its stake in IAG to 20 percent, following its recent investments in LATAM and Italy's Meridiana.
After OPEC and non-OPEC producers failed to reach a deal to freeze oil output euronews got analysis from Spencer Welch, a director with IHS Energy in London.
Oil price tumbled on Monday and OPEC's credibility has been seriously undermined with the failure of talks to try to freeze the production of crude.
Qatar has come under fire again over the treatment of World Cup workers, alleging systematic abuses including forced labour. Amnesty International’s
Despite falling oil prices putting pressure on their economies, the Gulf region carriers continue to expand with Qatar Airways adding 14 destinations.
Euronews spoke at Berlin’s ITB to Akbar Al Baker, CEO Qatar Airways, about how the airline will be expanding in the near future. We are one of the
Mark Cavendish won his second Tour of Qatar title on Friday by the slimmest of margins. The Manxman – who rides for South African Team Dimension Data
Britain’s Mark Cavendish of the Dimension Data team took control of the Tour of Qatar on Thursday after overnight leader Edvald Boasson Hagen
Norwegian Edvald Boasson Hagen of the Dimension Data team dominated the field to win stage three of the Tour of Qatar on Wednesday. The 28-year old
Norway’s Alexander Kristoff claimed stage two of the Tour of Qatar on Tuesday after holding off the challenge of Mark Cavendish in a sprint finish
The civil case between the Qatari Football Association the QFA and former German FA president Theo Zwanziger began in Duesseldorf on Tuesday.
A golden moment for Branden Grace on Saturday as he became the first player to retain the Qatar Masters title. The South African hit a final round of
Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and education for people with disabilities regularly top the agenda of the World Innovation Summit
The Foreign Ministry in Doha says it is working with Iraqi authorities to organise the release of twenty six of its citizens. Around a hundred
The new grouping of Muslim states has been established with a broad remit but it is not clear how it will work with other powers.
The newly-adopted UN Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs and the role education plays in achieving them have been at the heart of this year’s
More than 1,500 opinion leaders, teachers and students at the WISE summit in Doha have been discussing some of the key issues of education, such as
More than 1,500 education experts and decision-makers gathered in Doha, Qatar for the World Innovation Summit for Education to discuss and debate
A Qatari hotel group is to buy the famous Westin Excelsior hotel in Rome for 222 million euros. The Excelsior opened its doors 1906 and became
A sports, technology and entertainment venture firm from the US is reportedly joining forces with investors from Qatar in an effort to buy a
Qatar’s Al Sadd have unveiled their new signing – former Barcelona midfielder, Xavi Hernandez. It has been ess than a week since he left the Catalan
All eyes are on Vienna for this week’s OPEC meeting amid a rift between members of the cartel and other major oil producing countries. The issue is
Russia is accusing the US of meddling outside its jurisdiction, after the arrests of top FIFA officials. President Vladimir Putin says America is
Qatar says it is building seven cities or work camps to house more than a quarter of a million migrant labourers. It follows months of controversy
France and Qatar have reached a deal over the sale of 24 Rafale fighter jets. The agreement, worth some 6.3 billion euros, is the third of its kind
France and Qatar have reached a deal over the sale of 24 Rafale fighter jets. The agreement worth some 6.3 billion euros is the third of its kind
Fifa has confirmed that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar that was originally planned to take in the summer will be moved to November and December of that
FIFA presidential candidate Michael van Praag promised to publish the Garcia Report if he is elected to replace Sepp Blatter in May. Football’s
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has confirmed that the 2022 Qatar World Cup showpiece match should be played no later than December 18. The 78-year-old