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Longtime Emirati Education Minister Moves Aside

Published by Al Fanar, March 2013. A recent shake up in the UAE’s Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research has left many local academics uncertain about the future of higher-education leadership there.

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Beating the Bulge

Published by Qatar Happening, Feb. 2013. With national obesity levels still tipping the scales in Qatar, QH brings you the incredible story of one man’s extreme weight-loss journey.

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Qatar: The Art of the Matter

A video report for the Euronews Learning World series. National Geographic photojournalist Reza Deghati frequently visits schools to show children how photography can change the world. Euronews follows Reza during his recent visit to Lycee Bonaparte in Doha, Qatar.

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Winning letter-writer feted at Postal Congress

Published by the United Nations Universal Postal Union, Dec. 2012. The gold-medal winner of the UPU 2012 International Letter-Writing Competition for Young People was feted at an awards ceremony during the 25th Universal Postal Congress in Doha, Qatar.

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Addressing gets a boost

Published by the United Nations Universal Postal Union, Dec. 2012. UPU delegates adopted the Addressing Declaration, which reaffirms the international organization and its members’ commitment to developing and strengthening addressing infrastructure across the globe.

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Countries declare good intentions

Published in the UPU Union Postale magazine, Dec. 2012. How addressing infrastructure contributes to social and economic development and can transform lives in developing countries was discussed at the 25th Universal Postal Congress in Doha, Qatar.

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Qatar: Anatomy of a Globalized State

Published by THINK. magazine, 2012. Qatar has gone from sleepy backwater to boasting the world’s highest GDP per capita in a single generation. Can the country retain its culture in the face of such rapid growth? And how much of that culture is itself a product of earlier phases of interaction and migration?

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