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Qatar’s Jazeera website hacked by Syria’s Assad loyalists

The website of Qatar-based satellite news network Al Jazeera was apparently hacked on Tuesday by Syrian government loyalists for what they said was the television channel's support for the "armed terrorist groups and spreading lies and fabricated news".

September 5, 2012 11:03
 
Al Jazeera eyes new London home in shard skyscraper

Al Jazeera eyes new London home in shard skyscraper

Qatar-based broadcaster Al Jazeera is in advanced talks to move into London's Shard skyscraper, the tallest tower in western Europe, a source close to the deal told Reuters.

May 30, 2012 5:21
 
Al Jazeera Expands Into Sports

Al Jazeera Expands Into Sports

Al Jazeera, with Qatar's gas and oil wealth behind it, could put big money on the table to bid for British rights to the English Premier League - now mostly held by News Corp affiliate BSkyB.

April 25, 2012 2:56
 
Arab media anxious over Egypt vote, Syria

Arab media anxious over Egypt vote, Syria

Arab media coverage of Egypt's first democratic elections reflected nervousness over a historic vote that could raise pressure for more reforms and bring to power Islamists who could change traditional foreign policies.

November 29, 2011 2:22
 

Al Jazeera says Cairo office destroyed by “thugs”

Office in Egypt's capital Cairo had been burnt and destroyed by "gangs of thugs".

February 5, 2011 4:41
 
Kipp predicts the World Cup winners

Kipp predicts the World Cup winners

Who will lift the World Cup on Sunday? Actually, to a bevy of businesses, it doesn’t matter a jot – they’ve already come out on top.

July 7, 2010 4:09
 

Refunds to be issued for overpriced or faulty viewing cards

Consumers who overpaid or received faulty viewing cards are encouraged to return to vendors for refunds.

June 16, 2010 9:24
 
Al Jazeera says World Cup woes

Al Jazeera says World Cup woes

Al Jazeera alleges sabotage, hints at “political agenda” following signal disruption during opening game of the World Cup

June 15, 2010 5:10
 
To be served and protected

To be served and protected

In emerging economies, the consumer is surrounded by hazards: shoddy goods, counterfeit products, inflated prices. Governments are slowly beginning to address the lack of protection afforded to the average shopper.

June 15, 2010 5:06
 
Losing signal

Losing signal

This is what some TV viewers in the Middle East have got instead of the World Cup. So how did Al Jazeera’s World Cup dream turned into a business nightmare?

June 14, 2010 5:06
 
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