Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Qatar

Qatar: Migrant workers building World Cup facilities unpaid for months

A new investigation by Amnesty International has exposed how an engineering company involved in building 2022 Fifa World Cup infrastructure took advantage of Qatar’s...

Bahrain, Saudi, UAE and Egypt ‘will wait 50 years for Qatar’

The four countries that have boycotted Qatar are willing to wait for up to 50 years for Doha to change its behaviour, Saudi Arabia’s...

Qatar: The Most Open Visa Country In The Middle East

Qatar has become the most open country in the Middle East and the 8th most open in the world in terms of visa facilitation....

Bahrain to grant visas to Qatar citizens

Bahrain will issue entry visas to Qataris who are members of mixed Bahraini-Qatari families, the interior ministry has said.However, the visas will be allowed...

Turkey’s Erdogan defends gift of luxury plane from Emir of Qatar

Sept 17 (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan has defended his decision to accept a luxury plane from Qatar at a time of economic hardship,...

Qatari Tribe Complains To UN About ‘Discrimination’ in Doha

A delegation representing the Al Ghufran tribe, one of the biggest in Qatar, handed a letter to the Office of the United Nations High...

Qatari emir gifts Turkey’s Erdogan luxurious Boeing 747-8 jet

The Qatari emir has given Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan a Boeing 747-8 aircraft as a gift, reportedly the world's largest and most expensive...

Arab Quartet refutes Qatari allegations at Human Rights Council

Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, Permanent Representative of the UAE at the United Nations, UN, in Geneva, delivered on Tuesday a statement on behalf of...

How Isolation Made Qatar The Easiest GCC Country To Visit

Share to linkeWhen the quartet of Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE launched an economic and diplomatic boycott of Qatar last summer,...

Qatar the first GCC country to offer expats Permanent Residence

 To be eligible, residents born in Qatar must have lived in the country for 10 years, while those born abroad would need to have...
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