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Qatar’s prosecutor ordered the arrest of Finance Minister Ali Sharif Al-Emadi to question him over alleged abuse of power and misuse of public funds, a state-run news agency said.
The country’s ruling emir said he’d relieved Al-Emadi of his office and entrusted his duties to the current Minister of Commerce and Industry, Ali Al Kuwari, according to an announcement released hours after arrest was made public.
Al-Emadi was named finance minister a day after Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani took over leadership of
Attorney general orders arrest of Finance Minister Ali Shareef al-Emadi as part of an investigation, state media says.
Qatar has ordered the arrest of Finance Minister Ali Shareef al-Emadi as part of an investigation into alleged misuse of public funds and abuse of power, and relieved him of his ministerial responsibilities.
Qatar News Agency (QNA) reported on Thursday that the attorney general had ordered the arrest after the review of documents and reports regarding crimes related to the public sector.
An “expanded” investigation was under way, it added.
“The attorney general has ordered the arrest of Minister of Finance Ali
Sales of Raspberry Pi’s latest product, the $4 Pi Pico microcontroller, are approaching one million, just two months after the product was released.
Raspberry Pi Trading, the company behind the Raspberry Pi single board computer, launched its first microcontroller in late January.
Raspberry Pi’s chief operating officer and hardware lead James Adams says the company, through its resellers, has almost sold one million units of the Pico since January 21. While the Picos are super cheap, it is a substantial number given that Raspberry Pi sold seven million of the more established Raspberry Pi single board computers in the
(Rick Egan | Tribune file photo) Traffic on 400 South in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021.
| Feb. 16, 2021, 9:53 p.m.
| Updated: 9:55 p.m.
Utahns drove much less during 2020 because of the pandemic and its stay-at-home orders. But a new study says their auto insurance rates rose anyway.
That comes as premiums nationally had dropped an average of 4% during the pandemic, according to The Zebra’s fifth annual State of Auto Insurance Report looks at premiums across all 34,500 zip codes in the nation. The Zebra
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