Customs foils bid to smuggle 81kg of hashish into Qatar Sep 17, 2021 0 0 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaThe Maritime Customs Department at Al Ruwais foiled an attempt to smuggle a huge amount of hashish into the country. The customs seized 81 kilograms of hashish from a shipment of vegetables.In a tweet on Thursday, the General Authority of Customs said the drug was stashed inside wooden pallets of boxes containing vegetables. The customs authorities had twice foiled similar attempt to smuggle hashish into Qatar through the same port in the recent past. While nearly a kilogram of hashish was recovered from the chassis of a truck, around 76 kilograms was recovered from a diesel tank. RELATED ARTICLES Amir to deliver speech at 76th session of UN on Sept 21 Sep 17, 2021 0 0 Candidates can file request for power of attorney & waiver by Sept 23, says MoI Sep 17, 2021 0 0 Qatar Tourism partners with hospitality sector to offer special hotel packages during Shop Qatar Sep 17, 2021 0 0 Qatar affirms strong stance against coercive measures QNA Geneva Qatar has affirmed its principled and firm stance against imposing unilateral coercive measures in any form, regardless of their reasons and the party that issued them. Such unilateral measures violate the .. Amir condoles with Saudi king QNA Doha His Highness the Amir of State of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani has sent a cable of condolences to King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques on the death .. Qatar, Mali sign pact to support children’s access to education QNA Doha Qatar, represented by the Qatar Fund For Development (QFFD), and the Republic of Mali represented in the Ministry of Economy and Finance, signed a loan agreement to support the implementation of the PACETEM .. Ooredoo, CK Hutchison agree on $6 bn merger of Indonesian units Ooredoo Group and CK Hutchison Holdings Limited on Thursday announced the signing of definitive transaction agreements worth $6 billion for the proposed merger of their respective telecommunications businesses in ..