from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The capital of Qatar, on the Persian Gulf. It was a tiny village before oil production began in 1949. Population: 340,000.
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- proper n. The capital city of Qatar
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- n. the capital and chief port of Qatar
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DOHA: Delegates at the fifth annual Model United Nations (MUN) conference organised by Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar held one of the first ever student-led press conferences in Doha, yesterday.
February 17, 2009 (DOHA) - Below the full text of the agreement signed Tuesday by the Sudanese government and the Justice and Equality Movement in the Qtari capital Doha in presence of the Qatari Prime Minister Hamad bin Jasim bin Jabor Al Thani:
DOHA: The Department of Traffic and Patrol said yesterday it had plans to soon install radars at every traffic intersection in and around Doha city to prevent motorists from violating speed limits.
04 October 2009 DOHA: Turkey is pushing energetically to strengthen economic ties with Qatar, its increasingly strong commercial partner in the Gulf, with a high-level ministerial delegation visiting Doha.
16 November 2008 DOHA: With more than 75 percent of the work already completed, Wathnan, the only family-oriented mall being built in Doha, is set to open its doors in the first quarter of next year.
The round of trade liberalisation talks started in Doha almost nine years ago remain in deep freeze.
Some of the social development in Doha includes educational programming via Al Jazeera Children's Channel, Reach Out to Asia (a non-profit bringing high-quality education to impoverished areas of the continent) and The Doha Debates.
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On the conflict in the Darfur region, the foreign minister said Doha is the main negotiating forum and asked the council to join them in pressuring rebel groups to come to the table without preconditions.
Just this week news made the rounds that Beirut correspondent Abbas Nasser was at loggerheads with his bureau chief and planning to quit while other reports said Al Jazeera's administration in Doha would transfer him to another post.