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Qatar Tribune was launched on the 35th Independence Day of Qatar, under the parentcompany QIM Group, which has a history in the publishing, printing & distribution field.

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Qatar 2022 group Stage best ever, says FIFA chief

QNADohaFIFA President Gianni Infantino has described the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 as the ‘best ever,’ following dramatic matches across all eight groups, record-breaking attendances and television audience figures across the world, and the FIFA Fan Festival in Doha proving hugely popular with...

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Empower 2022 Youth Conference kicks off on sidelines of WC 2022

Tribune News NetworkDohaEducation Above All (EAA) Foundation’s Empower Youth Conference kicked off on Wednesday in the heart of the World Cup celebrations at the FIFA Fan Festival with inspiring stories about the role of football off the pitch from top athletes.The theme for this year’s renowned...

TOPSHOT - Portugal's forward #07 Cristiano Ronaldo and teammates celebrate after Portugal's forward #26 Goncalo Ramos scores his team's first goal during the Qatar 2022 World Cup round of 16 football match between Portugal and Switzerland at Lusail Stadium in Lusail, north of Doha on December 6, 2022. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP)
CR7 hails Portugal’s ‘historic’ win

Vinay NayuduDohaSoon after a tumultuous night, Cristiano Ronaldo hailed Portugal's win over a hapless Switzerland at the Lusail Stadium as "historic" – in a match in which he was dropped by head coach Fernando Santos.Ronaldo did come off the bench and had a goal rightly ruled offside, before...

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QCB’s foreign currency reserves surge 6.82% to QR224 billion in Nov

QNADoha The foreign currency reserves and liquidity of the Qatar Central Bank (QCB) increased by 6.82 percent to reach QR223.985 billion in November compared to QR209.675 billion in November 2021.The figures issued by the QCB on Wednesday showed that QCB’s official reserves increased by the end of...

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