Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Qatar

Bahrain says it will jail Qatar supporters for up to 5...

Bahrain has followed the United Arab Emirates in announcing that it would fine and jail anyone expressing sympathy for Qatar over sanctions imposed by its Gulf...

BREAKING NEWS: Al Jazeera ‘suffers cyber attack’

Al Jazeera is believed to have suffered a cyber attack. The site tweeted: 'Al Jazeera Media Network under cyber attack on all systems, websites...

Qatar sympathizers to face fine, jail in UAE

“Strict and firm action will be taken against anyone who shows sympathy or any form of bias towards Qatar, or against anyone who objects...

Qatar Airways statement

Please see below Qatar Airways statement issued:Qatar Airways flights operations are as normal, three additional flights to carry stranded Qatar Airways passengers from...

Philippines blocks workers heading to Qatar

The Philippines has temporarily blocked Filipinos from travelling to Qatar for work as Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s spokesman said the government was concerned about the...

QATAR CRISIS – LATEST DEVELOPMENTS

Kuwait is now trying to mediate the diplomatic crisis. The United Arab Emirates said on Tuesday that Qatar would need to provide a 'guaranteed...

So is THIS what’s behind the Qatar crisis?

It was revealed on Monday that one of the tipping points for Qatari-Gulf Arab relations could have been a ransom Qatar officials paid earlier...

Gulf crisis threatens air travel in region and beyond

Air travel across the Gulf region and beyond faces major disruption following the move by Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and...

QATAR CRISIS LATEST!

The announcement that six countries have now severed diplomatic ties could lead to food shortages in Qatar, analysts have warned. Qatar imports approximately 90%...

Fears mount over 2022 World Cup being held in Qatar

Qatar on Monday slammed the decisions of six nations to sever ties with it, saying they were 'unjustified' and aimed to put Doha under...
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