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  • MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi stocks pressured by banks, Industries Qatar lifts Doha

  • Saudi shares ended lower on Sunday, hit by weakness in banking stocks, while the Qatari index snapped a three-day losing streak as Industries Qatar's rebounded after steep declines on its first-half results. The Saudi index eased by 0.3%, with Saudi British Bank dropping about 1.3% and Samba Financial Group falling 1.3%. The Riyadh market had resumed t
  • Seadrill venture in $656 mln Qatar rig contract

  • Seadrill and Gulf Drilling International (GDI) have formed a jointly owned rig firm to conduct exploration on behalf of Qatar Petroleum from 2020 to 2024, Seadrill said late on Thursday.
  • Simbine on world mission but rues Semenya absence

  • South African sprinter Akani Simbine will look to become the fastest man on earth at next month's world championships but he will run with a heavy heart that his compatriot and friend Caster Semenya will not be joining him in Doha.
  • Peace talks between US and the Taliban end without agreement

  • Talks between the US and the Taliban ended Monday without an agreement that would end America’s longest war as both sides said they would have to have consult with leadership on the next steps. The negotiations, held since last year in Qatar, sought a deal in which the US would withdraw its troops from Afghanistan...
  • Liz Cheney cautions any US-Taliban deal should be public, must include denouncement of Al Qaeda

  • As representatives of the Taliban and the United States meet in Doha, Qatar, and edge closer to a deal to end the 18-year stalemated conflict in Afghanistan, Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney on Monday became the latest lawmaker to express misgivings about a potential agreement, highlighting the deadly "daily attacks" carried out by the terror group even as its officials ostensibly seek peace.

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