DOHA: The Torch Doha welcomes the US U17 basketball team for the first time in Doha. Having the championship in Dubai and knowing the fact that Aspire...

ONE of the best things from the programme was the education we had on Arabic culture, said Ciara Taylor, a student at Lincoln High School in Portland,...

  Following the large outflow of global capital last year, Emerging Markets (EMs) are now starting to feel the economic pain. EM growth is slowing...

Doha 01st June 2014: American soldier Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has been released after being held in prison by Taliban in Afghanistan for nearly five years....

Doha 15th April 2014: The world economy continues to move slowly out of the recovery room from the great recession of 2008-09, with still a number of bumps...

The Russian Parliament could organize a vote on Crimea’s annexation five days after the referendum on the pro-Russian region. The proposal was approved...

Washington 5th March 2014: Washington is looking at a “broad range of options” for sanctions it could impose on Russia unless it defuses tensions...

London 02nd September 2013 : Sir David Frost, the journalist and broadcaster has died of heart attack on a cruise ship. He was at the age of 74.   He...

Detroit has become the largest city in United States history to file for bankruptcy after decades of decline and mismanagement rendered the city insolvent. Michigan’s...

A US ambassador nominee to the United Nations has called the UN Security Council’s response to Syria’s civil war a “disgrace”...

  US whistleblower Edward Snowden has said he wants asylum in Russia until he can legally travel on to some of the Latin American countries that have...

DOHA 10th June 2013: The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs H E Ahmed bin Abdullah Al Mahmoud  yesterday said that people...

Pakistan March 17 : The United States has violated Pakistan’s sovereignty and destroyed tribal structures with unmanned aerial drone strikes in...

Washington , February 23 – The White House dismissed Friday a request made by 15 republican Senators to withdraw the nomination of Senator Chuck...

Washington- The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has allowed Boeing to carry out test flights of 787 Dreamliner planes. The entire fleet of 787s was grounded since Jan.16 after a battery on one plane caught fire, while a malfunction forced another to make an emergency landing, the BBC reported. Regulators as well as Boeing have been conducting probes to find out...