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Qatar’s innovative farms: from vertical solutions to honey production
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Why sustainable and stylish is the new look
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Qatar’s equine world: From Arabian purebreds to champion steeds
Qatar365 explores the important role horses play in Qatari culture.
Qatar's first male fashion designer leads cultural change and inspires a generation
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Qatar’s history: a rich past of heritage and archaeology
Qatar 365 has visited some of the Qatar’s most intriguing historical sites – from heritage houses, ancient forts to reconstructed palaces. But what are the challenges of telling the untold stories? And how can future generations benefit from lessons from the past?
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Qatari chef cooking up a storm in Doha
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From dhow boats to desert camping: Revitalising Qatari traditions
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
Alongside eye-catching fixtures such as Germany v Spain, the draw in Doha pits Iran against both the USA and England — who could also face an internal UK clash against Scotland or Wales.
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
A feathered patient is on the operating table today. It's a falcon and is being treated at a specialist hospital in central Doha. The Souq Waqif Falcon Hospital welcomes over 150 falcons a day.
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
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