Athletes react to Salazar doping ban
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Participants in World Champions in Doha happy that controversial coach banned
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Sudan has reached an agreement with one of the main rebel groups in the Darfur conflict - a major development in the effort to restore peace to the region.
1 Mar 2018
Doha Bank Chief Executive Officer Raghavan Seetharaman discusses the impact of Qatar’s spat with its neighbors on banks, fundraising, and expansion strategy.
5 Aug 2019
The US and the Taliban are holding a new round of talks seeking to end nearly 18 years of war in Afghanistan. But uncertainty around a potential peace deal has triggered anxiety among many Afghans.
6 Sep 2019
The US and the Taliban are close to finalizing a deal to end the 18-year-long Afghan war. But Kabul is still not completely on board, and this could complicate matters. Shamil Shams and Masood Saifullah report from Doha.
5 Oct 2019
2019 World athletics championships in Doha
2 Oct 2019
American Noah Lyles shot to 200 metres world championship gold on Tuesday, providing a bright finish to a day darkened by yet another doping scandal.
9 Jan 2021
After a more than three-year quarrel, Saudi Arabia and Qatar are back on track. Political common sense has prevailed, says Kersten Knipp.
20 Jul 2021
The latest talks between the Afghan government and Taliban in Doha ended without significant progress Sunday even after the insurgents' supreme leader said he "strenuously favours" a political settlement to the conflict.
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In an unprecedented strike, Britain's nurses will hold two walkouts next month for more pay. The nurses will join other UK staff taking industrial action.
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Quiet quitting is a term that refers to the phenomenon of employees who perform only the bare minimum at their jobs. Quiet quitters fulfill the primary responsibilities of their tasks but don't spend any more time than necessary to handle their work.
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After decades of threats from mainland China, tensions over Taiwan are arguably higher than at any time since 1949. As Chinese President Xi Jinping considers the use of force to invade the island and steps up military preparations, the threat of war hangs over 23 million Taiwanese citizens.
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A video report attributed to Al Jazeera has been circulating online, claiming that drunken Ukrainian football fans were detained in Qatar for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, for giving a Nazi salute and defacing posters with Hitler symbology. But all is not as it seems…so what’s true and what’s fake?Find out in this edition with Vedika Bahl
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Missile attacks on Ukraine's battered power grid are an "obvious crime against humanity," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has told the UN Security Council.
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On a visit to Kyiv, Germany's deputy foreign minister has told DW that innocent people had died due to Russia's "terrorist methods." She has pledged additional aid to help Ukraine's decimated energy infrastructure.