Monday, September 24, 2018

Qatar

Bahrain calls for freezing Qatar out of GCC

DUBAI, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Bahrain will not attend December's summit of the Gulf Cooperation Council if Qatar does not change its policies and...

Bahrain Calls for Freezing Qatar’s GCC Membership  

Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Khalid Bin Ahmed Al Khalifa called for the freezing of Qatar’s Gulf Cooperation Council membership, escalating attempts by a Saudi-led...

US may intervene in Qatar crisis as fears grow over long-term...

The US is concerned that the four month-long dispute involving its chief allies in the region is entrenching divisions and may end up forcing...

Qatar, under pressure, announces efforts to protect migrant workers’ rights

Gireesh Kumar, an engineer from the south Indian state of Kerala at a company in Qatar, is quite hopeful as the Qatari government is...

Qatar sets sights on Asia after diplomatic blockade

Following the blockade of Qatar by major Arab nations four months ago, the oil and gas-rich state has turned its attention to Asia in...

Financial crisis forces Qatar to sell UACC

Qatar’s crisis is holding up the sale of a shipping company it part owns, one of the latest signs of an emerging corporate fall-out...

Qatari royal close to SA says his assets have been frozen

A member of Qatar's royal family said on Saturday that Qatari authorities have frozen his bank accounts over his role in Doha's crisis with...

Qatar “lifeline” for troubled BAE company as Saudi deal stalls

As a Saudi follow-on order for Typhoon fighter jets failed to materialise this year, a Qatari order for these jets and Hawk trainer airplanes may provide...

Qatar: Slump in tourist visits

Qatar’s tourism fell by 44.6 per cent in June compared to the same time last year. The previous month, tourism had only been down...

The Boyfriend System: Migrant Life in Qatar

“Go find yourself a boyfriend. He will give you money and buy you food.” Amelie’s ears perked up and she strained to hear more of...
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