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· April, 2008

Stories about Qatar from April, 2008

Qatar: Online Community Comes to the Aid of Workers

Qatar Living members are rallying to help an offline community of 600 workers who have lost all their belongings after a devastating fire broke out in their labour camp, writes...

Qatar: US Military Aircrafts Crash Lands

Emgee at Qatar Living links to an Al Jazeera story which says: “A US military aircraft has crash landed at the al-Udeid military base in Qatar. The B1 bomber reportedly...

Qatar: Twittering Downing Street

From Qatar, Mohamed Nanabhay stumbles upon a Downing Street Twitter message board, posts a question and gets a response too.

Qatar: More Men than Women

“Ever Wondered what is Qatar best know for, other then the Olympic ambition, the booming economy, the 2nd worlds largest Natural Gas reserve… Well well, Qatar is also know to...

Qatar: On the Road to Victory

Saddavi at Qatar Living congratulates the Qatari football team for its first three points on the road to South Africa 2010 (Fifa World Cup), after beating Asian champions Iraq 2-0.

Qatar: Sami Alhajj's Hand Drawings Censored

US authorities have stopped the publishing of hand drawings by Sami Alhajj, Aljazeera cameramen imprisoned in Guantanamo, depicting his hunger strike and how he was tortured, reports Abdulrahman Warsame, from...

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