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"Sure, why not?" Australian engineers conclude feasibility study on Emir's $9B Giant Pyramid of Gold
Immigrant Warning: Doha Hindus may soon outnumber Muslims if luxury mega-construction projects continue to growBuild-a-bear Workshop to open workshop for constructing actual living bears in Emir's Blimp Mall located beneath the world's largest blimp
Romania strikes 10-year, $200 million deal with Qatar to become exclusive prostitute provider
North Korea blames "American imperialist provactivities" for napalm attack on South Korean child hospital
Julian Assange's unwed rape accusers may avoid reciprocal head crushing under liberal Swedish laws
Israeli forest fires force Israelis to wonder what they have done to have their settlements consumed by God's holy wrath
UK government unmoved following release of US cable referring to Gordon Brown as "a living quiver, a golem made from waddles, a shit-ugly pillar of ineptitude"
USA President Barack Obama mistakenly concedes entire domestic agenda to coat on back of chair half-seen in the darkness of his bedroom
UAE makes secret offer to transport and place Washington Monument atop tallest building in the world
Al-Jazeera purchase of Fox News may create Higgs boson or destroy universe instantly
Saudi Arabia to hire Qatar business advisers to demonstrate beating, choking techniques that do not injure guestworkers
New helipad opens near Doha unicorn riding park atop chocolate snow mountain
FIFA World Cup 2022 to be hosted by Qatar following grueling 6-hour bribery conversation
FIFA Judges swayed by strength of presentation, plans for historic construction, hotel rooms for FIFA judges filled with treasure
Guestworkers (excluding prostitutes) to commence mandatory celebration in FIFA bid victory zones
Russia 2018 World Cup bid accepted on strength of yachts, gymnasts given to judges
Qatar football team begins limbering up and practicing fake foul injuries
Bartender robot calculates Ramadan, serves Kafir blinding laser beams as punishment from God
iPod for an iPod: ebay disputes in Qatar, UAE to be covered by Sharia Law
100,000 Air Hogs KidsTech Viper Stunt Plane attack drones purchased from Toys R Us doorbuster to defend Iran from Crusader Armies
Torrents declared Haraam by Islamic Recording Industry Artists of Arabia
Iranian nuclear enrichment facility sabotaged by mysterious computer virus that displays spinning dradle and plays Hava Nagila
$9.3 million: Emir purchases Britney Spears from the Japanese
Billy Ray Cyrus to entertain offers from Emir for daughter weekend Emir bubblebath package
Whistling no longer banned among guestworkers
Cirque du soliel contracted to develop and perform "Mohàmmud" based on the life of the Prophet Mohammed (blessings be upon him) for the Doha Pleasure Casino
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Mass Effect: Andromeda turns its nose up at the original trilogy's rigid morality. It boasts a more nuanced and intellectually compelling shades-of-grey approach in which a heart icon pops up when it's time to tell an alien to take their clothes off.
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