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2016 set to be hottest year yet; CO2 rising

The world is on track for its hottest year on record and levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have reached new highs, further fuelling global warming, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Thursday. June marked

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Qatar's Artic acquires Miami hotel for $65m

Al Rayyan Tourism Investment Company (Artic), a wholly owned subsidiary of Qatar-based Al Faisal Holding, has acquired the Viceroy Miami for a total of $64.5 million. The luxury hotel, which is the centerpiece of the 10 acre bayfr

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Qatar's Artic in $250m renovation deal for New York hotel

Qatar-based Al Rayyan Tourism and Investment Company (Artic) has announced The Manhattan at Times Square Hotel in New York, which it acquired in 2014, will soon to become a W hotel. Artic, the international hospitality subsidiary of Al

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Qatar's Al Rayyan buys St Regis unit in US

Al Rayyan Tourism Investment Company (Artic), an international hotel investment and hospitality subsidiary of Qatar-based Al Faisal Holding Company, has acquired the popular St Regis Washington, DC (US). The new acquisition adds to the

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Artic merges 3 Doha hotels under Marriott Marquis brand

Al Rayyan Tourism and Investment Company (Artic), the international hospitality subsidiary of Al Faisal Holding Company, has merged its three Doha hotels to become one property under a new brand, a report said. The Renaissance Doh

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Qatar varsity to host global tourism summit

Stenden University Qatar (SUQ) will host next month an international tourism conference covering major sectors such as family and business tourism, cultural, sun and beach, sports, education, health and environmental tourism. The

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Bahraini photographer wins top prize

A Bahraini teenager who braved Arctic conditions to capture images of one of the world's most spectacular sights has won an international photography competition. Sixteen-year-old Jathin Narayanan fought off around 400 entrant

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Russia considers tax shift to boost Arctic oil

Russia will consider shifting the tax burden for high cost off-shore oil drilling from taxes on revenues to taxes on profits to encourage development of the Arctic, deputy Finance Minister Sergei Shatalov said on Sunday.    &nb

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