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Articles from Qatar Tribune (Doha, Qatar) (November 14, 2016)

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'Qatar can set example by hosting carbon-neutral World Cup 2022'. 468
6th Dhow Fest to feature new contests & events. 362
About 150,000 kids vaccinated: MoPH. 321
Aspetar experts join football star Owen at Sport Performance Summit. 458
Commercial Bank launches Young Elite Savers Club on a fun-filled day. 411
Dani Alves defends Neymar's media silence. 162
Elan Signage announces new factory opening at Made in Qatar Expo. 281
England release Kane ahead of Spain friendly scheduled for Tuesday. 138
GCC ambassador to EU to speak at HBKU today. 172
GCC glass investments $2.6 bn in 2015. 194
GCC on cusp of becoming world's fastest growing e-market: Report. 473
Gulf Air adds Colombo in Sri Lanka to its network. 189
Haydos hopes to win World Cup 2018 berth with Qatar. 718
Health Minister promotes diabetes awareness. 454
Ideal Indian School celebrates 32nd Annual Day. 395
Jumeirah Group brings iconic brand experience to Doha. 483
KPMG in Qatar bags right to provide ACA training. 259
Olympic leaders arrive in Doha for biggest ever ANOC meet. 712
Oman ranked eighth in the world among top countries to visit in 2017. 453
Ooredoo supports QOC in hosting ANOC General Assembly. 339
Over 100 healthcare professionals attend celebratory event. 484
Patrick emerges 2016 UIPM Modern Pentathlon Champion of Champions. 610
Qatar Charity implements 35 projects for 26,368 in Burkina Faso. 393
Qatar Sustainability Week kicks off. 313
Rich Georgian music regales audience at Katara. 312
Stars of Science finalist Abderrahim Bourouis to share autism 'Wonderkit' idea with public. 557
Tamimi scares British star Matthew. 723
Three food outlets booked for violations in Doha. 140
Vodafone shares expertise in tackling cyber warfare. 278
Vote online for innovator SOS Season 8 Winner. 532
Zaza quitting West Ham would be Y[pounds sterling]personal failure'. 167

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