April 11, 2001
Qatar's foreign minister stressed the country's determination to press ahead with its active democratization drive, taking into consideration the soci
Qatar expects foreign companies, mainly from the United States, to invest $15 billion into its energy sector by 2005, Finance Minister Yussef Hussein Kamal said in statements published Tuesday.
April 10, 2001
The American University “Cornell” announced Monday that it would open a branch of its faculty of medicine in Qatar, that will accept Israeli students.
Qatar is expecting 15 billion dollars worth of investments in the energy sector by 2005, said Minister of Finance, Economy and Trade Yousef Hussein Ka
Qatar is free of foot-and-mouth disease that spread in several neighboring Gulf states.
Qatar and Chad reviewed on Monday ways to boost bilateral ties in all fields.
April 9, 2001
The Qatari emir has ordered the release of a religious scholar after three years of arrest.
Chad Prime Minister Nagoum Yamassoum arrived in Sunday Doha on a two-day visit to Qatar.
The religious authorities in Dubai have joined an Islamic ban on Pokemon films and games already declared in Saudi Arabia and Qatar, a newspaper reported Sunday, April 7. The religious affairs depart
April 8, 2001
A psychiatric hospital - the first of its kind in Qatar - is to be set up next year in Doha.
A high-level delegation from the Taleban administration in Afghanistan has arrived in Qatar seeking humanitarian aid and political recognition.
France and Qatar have launched the second phase of their nearly month-long exercise.
Leading businessmen of Bahrain and Qatar signed Saturday in Manama a cooperation agreement aimed at “launching a new era of trade and economic ties be
April 7, 2001
A top-level Qatari delegation arrived in Bahrain on Friday for talks with leading officials to discuss ways of strengthening bilateral trade talks bet
Bread in Qatar is free of potassium bromide.