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French energy giants: Reduce fuel and electricity use now
Europe · Paris

French energy giants: Reduce fuel and electricity use now

64% Center coverage: 25 sources
Leaders of three French energy companies call on the French public to immediately reduce consumption of fuel, oil, electricity and gas. Russia has cut gas supplies to several European Union countries in retaliation for the 27-member bloc's sanctions against Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine. For months, the European energy system has been under severe strain and the French system has not been spared.See the Story
Beijing to reopen schools, Shanghai declares victory over COVID
Business · Beijing

Beijing to reopen schools, Shanghai declares victory over COVID

43% Right coverage: 14 sources
All primary and secondary school students in the capital can to return to in-person classes from Monday. Beijing shut its schools in early May and asked students to move to online learning amid a spike in locally transmitted COVID-19 cases. Shanghai, which endured a two-month lockdown that was lifted on Jun 1, on Saturday reported no new local cases for the first time since Feb 23.See the Story
Sri Lanka struggling to secure fresh fuel supplies, minister says
Business · Colombo

Sri Lanka struggling to secure fresh fuel supplies, minister says

60% Center coverage: 10 sources
Sri Lanka is down to just 15,000 tons of petrol and diesel to keep essential services running in the coming days. The island is wilting under its worst financial crisis in seven decades with foreign exchange reserves at record lows. A top delegation from the U.S. Treasury and State Departments arrived in Colombo on Sunday to assess the situation.See the Story


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Cancer · India

At flooded cancer hospital in northeast India, chemotherapy given on the road outside

50% Left coverage: 4 sources
Staff at a waterlogged cancer hospital in northeast India seize the chance to administer chemotherapy to patients. The 150-bed Cachar Cancer Hospital and Research Centre has been inundated by for days. Administrators have requested life-jackets and an inflatable raft to transport patients and staff.See the Story

Eid Al Adha 2022 likely to fall on July 9 in most countries, says International Astronomical Centre

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
The crescent of Dhu al-Hijjah for 1443 AH will be born on the morning of Wednesday, June 29, 2022, at 5:53 am Doha local time. The official decision on the start of the Hijri month will be made by the Crescent Sighting Committee at the Ministry of Endowments.See the Story

Boris Johnson says he wants to protect British steelmakers from energy costs

75% Right coverage: 4 sources
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says it is reasonable to consider ways of protecting British steelmakers against surging energy costs. Johnson is in Germany for a meeting with Group of Seven leaders. Britain proposed on Thursday to extend for a further two years an existing package of tariffs and quotas on five steel products.See the Story

U.S. screened 2.45 million air passengers Friday, highest since early 2020

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
TSA screened 2.45 million air passengers on Friday, the highest daily number since February 2020. The number was the highest since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The high traffic was despite weather and staffing issues resulting in travel disruptions. On Friday, U.S. airlines canceled 711 flights and delayed more than 6,000.See the Story
World Cup · Qatar

Qatar invites performers from across the globe to showcase talent during World Cup

Qatar is inviting artists from across the globe to showcase their talents during the FIFA World Cup. The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) is welcoming applications from all kinds of performers. Successful applicants will become part of the host country entertainment offering and help to deliver an exceptional fan experience.See the Story
Microsoft · Qatar

Microsoft launches new Qatar office and regional datacenter

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The much-anticipated Microsoft Cloud Datacenter Region in Qatar is set to launch globally in the coming two weeks. General Manager of Microsoft Qatar Lana Khalaf said while talking to The Peninsula on the sidelines of a media tour at the new Microsoft offices in Lusail City. The new cloud datacenter region is expected to bring unprecedented opportunities for organisations and attract businesses and partners into Qatar.See the Story

Katara announces new series of summer art workshops for July

The Cultural Village Foundation Katara announced the launch of new series of summer workshops during July targeting 8 to 13-year old children. The two workshops are intended to focus on a myriad of artistic fields. The specialized workshops that Katara launches during the summer vacation are very popular with school students at different academic levels.See the Story

Qatar’s private sector exports rise by 46% to QR7.7bn

Qatari private sector exports recorded a significant growth of 46 percent during the first quarter of 2022. The total volume of exports reached QR7.7bn, compared to QR5.3bn during the same period last year. Qatari exports were received by 97 countries, of which 27 were African, 19 were Asian, 13 from the EU,. 13 from Arab countries, 10 from Americas, 5 from GCC, 8 from the European Union, and finally USA.See the Story
Artificial Intelligence

HBKU develops novel AI method to diagnose cardiovascular diseases

Scientists at the College of Science and Engineering (CSE) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) have proposed a novel AI-enabled system that can be used to diagnose cardiovascular diseases. The research findings were published in the Open Access Sensors journal which is available for the community.See the Story
Gaziantep · Gaziantep

QRCS, WHO help Syrians affected by COVID-19

Mental health and psychosocial support services will be provided to those affected by the conflict in northern Syria. The six-month project will benefit 9,600 internally displaced persons (IDPs) and 480 people with special needs. It will also provide equipment, medications, and facilities needed for the proper use of such services.See the Story

President of Malta visits National Museum of Qatar

President of the Republic of Malta signed the NMoQ record. He was accompanied by the Prime Minister of Malta. The record includes information on the history of the country. It also includes information about the history and culture of the region. The document was signed by the President of Malta and the PM of the Malta.See the Story

Qatar University develops system to manage crowd during FIFA World Cup

Qatar University has developed an intelligent crowd management and control systems. The system includes components for crowd counting, face recognition, and abnormal event detection (AED) The security of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 is challenging due to the increasing number of possible threats. Qatar 2022 will rely on the deployment of cutting-edge technologies, such as surveillance drones, ICT, and AI.See the Story

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