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Yes, Qatar does compete in the 2008 Summer Olympics: Archery - Ali Salem Fencing - Khalid Al-Hamadi Shooting - Aziz Al-Attiya and Nasser Al-Attiya Taekwondo - Abdulqader Hikmat Sarhan Weightlifting - Jaber Saeed Salem
Qatar participated in the 2012 Olympics
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Qatar is not scheduled to host an Olympic Games but was selected to host the FIFA World Cup in 2022.
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Japan You so wish... it's Qatar.
Qatar is three hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time and two hours ahead of Irish Summer Time.
Fugi in Japan? Doha- Osaka on Qatar Airways then Osaka- Fugi.
Yemen, Nepal, China, Japan Syria, India, and Qatar.
the Qatar pearl is in Qatar and it is an island in Qatar
At London 2012, 3 countries allowed women to compete at the Olympics for the first time. These were Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Brunei.
Japan won the cup for the fourth time
Qatar was the country that received the silver medal in the Men's High Jump event at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Brunei entered female athletes for the first time.
Qatar does not use Daylight Savings Time so the time difference during the winter is 8 hours (add 8 hours to EST time to get Qatar's time, subtract 8 hours from Qatar's time to get EST time) and during the summer the difference is 7 hours.
The Olympic Summer Games's location is not yet known. The result of the bidding process is due to be announced on 7 September, 2013. The 5 cities with bids in for the Games are: Istanbul, Turkey; Tokyo, Japan; Madrid, Spain; Baku, Azerbaijan; and Doha, Qatar. The host city will be one of these five.
They were Qatar, U.S.A . Australia, Japan, and South Korea.
Japan won the Asian Cup for the 4th time in Qatar in 2011, beating Australia 1-0 in the final in extra time. South Korea beat Uzbekistan 3-2 to win 3rd place. The hosts Qatar were knocked out in the quarter-finals by Japan. Australia are scheduled to host the next Asian Cup in 2015.
The official name of Qatar is Qatar!
China, Korea, Japan, Qatar, UAE, Russia, Lebanon... I'm not sure about my answers!
Qatar's unit of currency is the Qatar riyal.