Qatar handles the aftermath of the QNA hacking incident

In spite of the claim that the news released after the hacking of the Qatar News Agency (QNA) site was fake, broadcasters in the region, including some in the United Arab Emirates, continued to air stories about the news without heeding Qatar’s statement that it was fake.

Qatari soldier injured in missile attack in southern Saudi Arabia

A Qatari soldier was injured in a missile attack while on duty, patrolling the southern border of Saudi Arabia.

Qatar Summer Festival to more than double in duration, with events held over 70+ days

The Qatar Summer Festival (QSF) is an event that has grown every year since its inception in 2013.

Qatar News Agency hacked, fake story with made-up comments from HH The Emir posted

A fake report, attributing quotes to HH The Emir, was published yesterday night following a hack of the Qatar News Agency website.

Ashghal announces opening of 2.5km-long road in Wakra on Wednesday

Ashghal has announced that a new 2.5km stretch of road to Al Wakra, which includes three flyovers, will finally be open to traffic starting tomorrow.

Ashghal announces opening of 2.5km-long road in Wakra on Wednesday

Ashghal has announced that a new 2.5km stretch of road to Al Wakra, which includes three flyovers, will finally be open to traffic starting tomorrow.

Ashghal announces opening of 2.5km-long road in Wakra on Wednesday

Ashghal has announced that a new 2.5km stretch of road to Al Wakra, which includes three flyovers, will finally be open to traffic starting tomorrow.

MEC announces price caps on 50,000 items throughout Ramadan period

Minsitry of Economy and Commerce has announced price caps on 50,000 food and non-food items during the Holy month of Ramadan.

Six-hour working days for employees in private sector during Ramadan

Ramadan is almost upon us and people are eagerly looking forward to it.

First London, now the Big Apple: Qatar is one of New York’s biggest property owners

Qatar is now one of New York’s biggest property owners, which comes as no surprise, considering Qataris own more of London than the Queen! This includes well-known spots such as the Shard, Canary Wharf and Olympic Village.