Thursday, May 30, 2024

Tag: Qatar

Qatar has sentenced eight Indian naval officers who worked for a private company that trained Qatar's armed forces to death in Qatar for spying for Israel. According to a...
Reuters reported that Qatar Energy is ready to sign a new 27-year gas deal with China National Petroleum Corporation. China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) and QatarEnergy are expected to...
Intelligence sources have told ThePrint that eight former Navy officers imprisoned by Qatar are accused of spying on the emirate’s super-secret submarine programme.
Belgian federal police recently found €150,000 ($157,700) in cash at the Brussels home of the Vice-President of the European Parliament, Eva Kaili (Panhellenic Socialist Movement), who was then arrested and charged with corruption. She remains in jail. Also arrested were Luca Visentini, secretary general of the International Trade Union Confederation, and former socialist MEP Pier-Antonio Panzeri. Francesco Giorgi, Kaili's domestic partner and former parliamentary assistant to Panzeri, was also arrested. The home of MEP Marc Tarabella (Socialist Party) was searched.
An Amnesty International campaigner on Tuesday led calls for "truth, justice, and compensation" after Qatar's World Cup chief admitted that hundreds of migrant workers died during the construction of projects related to the FIFA tournament.
According to information from Statista, the Qatar World Cup will be the most expensive ever, with the costs amounting to almost $220 billion.
In a major new study, Dr. Laith Abu-Raddad of Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar and colleagues revealed that natural immunity is 97% more effective against severe COVID-19.
A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine after studying the Omicron wave in Qatar shows that vaccination increased the risk of COVID-19 infection, but infection without vaccination gave immunity.
According to several sources during the Qatar World Cup, having sex with anyone other than their spouses can result in up to seven years in jail.
Last week, a study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine that suggests that people who have already been infected and recovered from Covid-19, are naturally immune to Covid and at low risk of reinfection and contracting the disease again.