DOHA — The third World Media Summit concluded here on Monday with multiple consensuses on coping with challenges from the rise of “new media” and promoting media innovation.
The summit concluded with “World Media Summit Doha Statement” to voice the consensuses reached by the world media leaders and to further promote media cooperation.
The statement stressed that “facing the rapid changes in technology in the Information Age, we believe we must constantly adapt to the new opportunities before us.” (Qatar-WMS-Conclude)
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DUBAI — The media office of the Dubai government said Monday through its twitter account that the state-owned low-cost carrier FlyDubai will resume direct flights from Dubai to Russia’s southern city Rostov on Don from March 22 onwards. (Dubai-Resume-Flight)
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ANKARA — Four soldiers of the Turkish security forces and one Turkish policeman were killed on Monday in attacks by the outlawed Kurdish Workers’ Party militants in southeastern Turkey, local NTV news broadcaster reported. (Turkey-PKK-Attack) Enditem