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· February, 2009

Stories about Qatar from February, 2009

GCC: Currency Dilemma for Arab Gulf Consumers

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) hopes to achieve a monetary union, with a common currency, by 2010. Bloggers from the region, which groups Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman and the...

Gulf: How things work

Smile O Smile shares this joke on “how things work” in Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and Oman.

Qatar: Clean up Campaign a Success

Qatar Living covers a clean up campaign, with photographs, in this post.

Qatar: Abandoned Cars on the Rise

Comments are pouring in on a post in Qatar Living by nicaq25 on 1,448 vehicles left abandoned on the streets and outskirts of Doha in January – a figure 791...

Qatar: The Worst Intersection in Doha

Qatar Living‘s Jane01 posts a video showing what is described as the worst intersection in Doha, Qatar.

Qatar and Bahrain: Disappearing the Internet

It would seem that another crackdown on Internet freedoms is occurring in the Middle East. Once thought to be the last bastion of free speech, the Internet has recently been...

Qatar: blocked

Twitter user Ammar Mohammed, from Qatar, reports that has been blocked in that country.

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