Qatar media acts ethically: PM Jul 13, 2018 0 652 12345 QNADohaThe media in Qatar acts responsibly and is respected for its professionalism and objectivity, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al Thani has said.This came as the PM visited Qatar Media Corporation on Thursday. The PM's visit included Qatar TV, Channel 37, Qatar Radio as well as the foreign channels."Today I visited @qmc_qa and was briefed on its projects and future plans. We value the role of Qatari media in facing all challenges while preserving national values and principles. The media in Qatar acts responsibly and is respected for its professionalism and objectivity," the PM said on TwitterDuring the visit, the PM was briefed on Qatar Media Corporation's strategy and future projects.The PM stressed on the important role media and media personalities in Qatar play in facing the changes and challenges transparently, honestly and ethically. The PM appreciated the efforts of the people in charge of Qatar Media Corporation, calling on everyone to continue doing their best to serve the country. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES 'Qatar to play important role in NATO's future' Jul 13, 2018 0 403 Qatar highlights measures to develop expat labour sector Jul 13, 2018 0 229 Probe UAE for war crimes in Yemen prisons: Amnesty Jul 13, 2018 0 371 Qatar condemns Afghanistan attack Doha Qatar has condemned the attack on security checkpoints and a military base in Kunduz province in Afghanistan, causing deaths and injuries. In a statement on Thursday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterated .. Trump stokes Brexit turmoil at the start of UK visit London Donald Trump began a protest-laden trip to Britain on Thursday by questioning whether Prime Minister Theresa May will deliver on UK voters' intentions when they decided to quit the European Union. The .. Libya to re-open key southern oilfield Tripoli Libya's National Oil Company said on Thursday it will re-open a southern oil field and resume production within 48 hours, after announcing a resumption of exports in the eastern oil crescent. The NOC .. Thai cave rescue site to become a museum Mae Sai Rescuers who pulled a young Thai football team from deep inside a flooded cave were dismantling their worksite on Thursday, as plans emerged to turn the spot into a museum. At least one film production house was ..