ニュースの中での Qatar

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Yonhap News
· S. Korean shipbuilders ink 23.6 tln won Qatar LNG vessels reservation deal  
SEOUL, June 1 (Yonhap) -- South Korea's three largest shipbuilders agreed to a 23.6 trillion won (US$19.2 billion) deal that commits them to reserve their liquefied natural gas (LNG) ship construction capacity to meet future orders from Qatar, the Middle Eastern country's state-run petroleum company said Monday.
The New York Times
· Can You Guess the Country? A Geography Photo Quiz for Students  
Qatar
Seeking Alpha
· How China Compares Internationally In New GDP Figures  
If income per capita were the criterion, then Luxembourg, Qatar, Norway, and Brunei would all rank ahead of the US.
Al Jazeera
· In the Gulf, migrant workers bear the brunt of the pandemic  
The photos encapsulate the unequal impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the region's 30 million migrant workers, who make up anywhere between 80-90 percent (in Qatar, UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain) to 60-70 percent (in Saudi Arabia, Oman) of labour markets.
The Independent
· Quarantine: Airlines lobby ministers to exempt 45 ‘air bridge’ countries  
The UAE, including Abu Dhabi and Dubai, is left off the list, along with Qatar, but Saudi Arabia appears.
Malay Mail
· Senior minister: No compounds issued for breaking SOPs during Hari Raya Aidilfitri  
“Yesterday 1,085 Malaysians returned home from Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, China, Hong Kong, Egypt, Qatar and the United Kingdom and are undergoing mandatory quarantine as well,” added Ismail.
BBC Sport
· Northern Ireland: The checkered history of their early summer internationals  
Northern Ireland's unenviable record of having gone 10 YEARS since last scoring a goal in any late May-June match eventually came to an end in the unlikely setting of Crewe Alexandra's Stadium on 31 May 2015 as a Stuart Dallas strike earned a 1-1 draw in a friendly with Qatar.
Al Jazeera
· Timeline: How the new coronavirus spread  
In Qatar, infections jumped drastically from 24 to 262 in a single day.
The China Post
· Long-haul carrier Emirates says it fires staff amid virus  
Previously, Abu Dhabi-based Etihad and Doha-based Qatar Airways similarly fired staff as countries shut down their airspace as the virus spread.
Financial Express
· Sachin Tendulkar once reminded us he won world cup after six attempts, so we remain motivated: Sandesh Jhingan  
From playing tough games against Nepal to giving tough time to Qatar in Qatar — Indian football has experienced a lot in recent times.”