The presidential palace.
Dhabar is the capital city of Qurac.
The Team made their way to the capital to stop
Queen Bee. They freed Rumaan Harjavti from Psimon's spell, and Miss Martian defeated her old foe. She then impersonated Queen Bee to defame the monarch with press nearby.
Clark Kent and Jimmy arrived in Dhabar to cover Rumaan Harjavti's impeachment hearings, unaware of an nearby assassin making his next target.
Dhabar December 1, 21: 16 UTC+2
The assassin fired a missile at the podium, meant to distract any heroes trying to interfere. When Superman and Miss Martian were occupied, he fired a shot from his wrist-mounted gun at Harjavti.
Dhabar December 1, 21:18
Sumaan Harjavti pushed his brother aside, taking the bullet in the shoulder. The heroes confront the assassin, Deadshot. Superboy, fueled by a Shield, beats Deadshot to within an inch of his life.
Dhabar December 1, 21:21 UTC+2
Miss Martian and Superman discussed Superboy's behavior. Superman turned Deadshot over to authorities.
Cheshire and Red Arrow stayed in Qurac's capital briefly after chaperoning a shipment of LexCorp drilling equipment to Bialya.
Background in other media
In the comics, Dhabar was not the capital of Qurac, but a nearby country that was also war-torn. Writer Chuck Dixon used it in several of his comics, but most notably as the home nation of Tim Drake's school friend Ali Ben-Khadir.
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