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GCC Crisis Updates Week 15 — over 100 days of the blockade

The Gulf crisis has been ongoing for over 100 days now. In this week's updates, more false news about Qatar spreads, Saudi arrests clerics and HH the Emir plans international diplomatic visit. Read the article for more! 

GCC Crisis Updates: Week 13

Over 3 months later, the crisis continues. As Hajj begins, new developments have arisen in the GCC crisis. Click here for updates from the past week. 

The GCC crisis: Qatar's resilience and strength #50DaysIn

Nearly 2 months into the GCC rift, ILQ takes a look at some of the things we've learned about Qatar from the crisis. 

Qatar welcomes Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan!

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan visits Qatar today as part of his diplomatic tour of the Gulf, which aims to ease tensions and settle the Arab rift. Read on to find out more!

After 13 demands, 4 Arab states now ask Qatar to commit to six principles

The latest development in the Qatar crisis sees the four Arab nations that have cut ties with Qatar asking it to accept six new principles after the previous rejection of their 13 demands. 

Latest: All that has happened since Qatar's response to demand list

On July 5, Qatar responded to the demands made by neighboring countries as a price to life the blockade. Here is what has happened since then. 


A book that’s touring Qatar, for Qatar! #TamimAlmajd

A bus will be touring Qatar starting from the 14th of July till 23rd carrying a book that you can sign to show your solidarity with Qatar during the ongoing crisis. Read on to find out more!

Tired of fake news? You can report it on Facebook!

There's a lot of fake news being circulated by news organizations on social media. The great thing is that you can now take action against the spreading of fake news, particularly on Facebook! Read on to find out more! 

Qatar crisis: Blockading countries issue list of 13 demands

Earlier today, the Arab nations that blockaded Qatar for three weeks without an official explanation have finally issued their list of demands. Read on to find out what they are. 

What you need to know as Qatar's diplomatic crisis enters its second week

Over a week after several countries cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, some are taking sides while a few others are calling for peace and a resolution to the crisis in the region. Give us a click to read more about what has been happening in the past three days. Also, we'll be keeping you constantly in the loop on new developments as they happen, and keep checking back every other day for our full brief of all need-to-know updates on the crisis. 


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