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Saudi Arabia Blocks The Entry Of Three Qatari GCC Officials

Three Qatari citizens, who are officials of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) General Secretariat, were not allowed to enter the kingdom and they were sent back through Salwa border. Saudi authorities had passed a decision on July 8 to exclude Qatari nationals working in the GCC General Secretariat from the …

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Ooredoo Makes Its Official Entry Into Gaza Strip

In a bid to improve and enhance its operations in the markets where it operates, Ooredoo Group announced that its operating company in Palestine, Wataniya Mobile, has officially launched its operations in Gaza. Wataniya Mobile will now cater to the communications needs to the residents of Gaza directly through its …

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Qatar Grants Visa-Free Entry To Moroccan Nationals

Qatar has decided to add Morocco to the list of visa-free entry. The announcement was made by the Prime Minister and Interior Minister H E Sheikh Abdullah Bin Nasser Bin Khalifa Al Thani in a meeting with visiting Moroccan officials in Doha. The Moroccan delegation led by Speaker of the …

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Qatar All Set To Host A Three-Day ‘Piyestahan Sa Doha’ Event

A three-day ‘Piyestahan Sa Doha’ event will be held at the Sapphire Plaza Hotel in Rayyan/Bin Mahmoud area from tomorrow. The event will start at 10am and end at 10pm until September 3, Filipino expatriates will be able to capture the Piyestahan or festival mood back home. Events include “Kolorete” …

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Visa-Free Entry To Qatar Increases Visitors

Gulf Times reports that people have started arriving after visa free entry in Qatar was introduced. The Ministry of Interiors announced the visa-free entry to citizens of 80 countries on August 9. This has been a lot helpful for expats, especially for Indians who form the largest expatriate community in the country. Many …

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869 Consignments Denied Entry In Qatar Of Various Commodities

Owing to the failure to comply with the technical regulations and standards approved in Qatar, approximately 869 consignments of various commodities were denied entry into the country, last year. These items comprised of 170 consignments of cosmetics, 285 consignments of electrical appliances, 219 toys consignments, 85 tyres consignments, 102 reinforcing …

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