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2/8/2016 - Qatar Summer Festival (QSF) 2016 kicked-off yesterday welcoming numerous visitors, with a range of entertainment activities, games and rides at the Entertainment City, Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (DECC).
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A record 200,000 people have visited the recently concluded seventh Qatar International Food Festival (QIFF) 2016.
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