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Aviation ministry rules out more flights
Aviation ministry rules out more flights from QatarBusiness StandardThe ministry of civil aviation has disagreed with a proposal of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) to explore raising the cap on the number of weekly flights from Qatar in exchange for discounts on additional supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from ...
Posted on 12 December 2013 | 11:30 am
Taking off for Qatar - InCyprus
InCyprusTaking off for QatarInCyprusThe Cyprus Chamber of Commerce welcomed Qatar Airways' decision to schedule flights to Cyprus as of April 29. “Business relations between Cyprus and Qatar are expanding rapidly, many Cypriot firms now have a presence there, many Cypriots work as ...Qatar Airways flies into Larnaca, CyprusBreaking Travel Newsall 2 news articles »
Posted on 12 December 2013 | 7:27 am
Qatar Refuses To Set Deadline On Workers'
Yahoo!7 NewsQatar Refuses To Set Deadline On Workers' Rights ImprovementGulf Business NewsQatar 2022 general secretary Hassan Al Thawadi has refused to set a deadline for the country to improve the rights of its migrant workers. “I don't think you can set any timeline because it depends on each different nation and the level they are in ...Football and labour rights in QatarThe Economist (blog)Qatar 'ready' for summer or winter World CupYahoo!7 NewsQatar launches Josoor InstituteTrade Arabiaall 51 news articles »
Posted on 12 December 2013 | 6:23 am
Qatar's Al Jazeera denies Cairo office raid
ArabianBusiness.comQatar's Al Jazeera denies Cairo office raid claimArabianBusiness.comQatar's Al Jazeera television channel on Thursday denied a report that Egyptian security forces had raided one of its offices in Cairo. Egypt's Al-Ahram website said an office of Al Jazeera in the Egyptian capital had been raided and security forces ...Egyptian Forces Arrest Qataris At Al Jazeera's Cairo OfficeGulf Business News11 Qataris held in raid on Al Jazeera officegulfnews.comEgyptian forces raid Al-Jazeera office in CairoDaily News & Analysisall 33 news articles »
Posted on 12 December 2013 | 5:25 am
BRITT TOWERY: Qatar may be the rising star
BRITT TOWERY: Qatar may be the rising star of Western AsiaSan Angelo Standard TimesBetween 1760 and 1971, Qatar has been ruled by the Ottomans, Bahrain, the Persians, Saudi Arabia's Wahhabis and the British Empire, keeping their head just above water to stay alive as a distinct people. On Sept. 1, 1971, the British Home Office ...
Posted on 12 December 2013 | 4:03 am