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Qatar has managed the crisis well, says NYT

Qatar has been under a siege of sorts for the past month, but the Gulf nation is, so far, feeling little pain, The New York Times reported from Doha yesterday.

Facts expose falsehood of blockading countries: Shiekha Alia

The accusations levelled by Saudi Arabia and its allies that Qatar supports terrorism are completely false, devoid of any proof and absurd, Qatar’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Ambassador Sheikha Alia Ahmed bin Saif al-Thani yesterday said.

UAE's PM pens poem, urges Qatar to 'return to GCC fold'

 

Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum says it is 'time to get united' in poem on Instagram addressed to Qatar.

Migrants 'stuck in Saudi' as Qatari bosses forced out

The workers from countries such as Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Nepal have been left without accommodation and money after their Qatari bosses were ordered out of the kingdom amid a major regional crisis.

Qatar never supported extremist groups: envoy

Qatar’s ambassador to Germany Sheikh Saoud bin Abdulrahman al-Thani rejected all the allegations of support for terrorism levelled against Qatar and added that the country never backed extremist groups and will not support such groups in the future.

GCC Crisis Updates: Week 3

Saudi Arabia deports camel and sheep belonging to Qatari herders, Turkey begins to import food by sea, new information is released about QNA hacks. Read more about the progress in Qatar's crisis as its third week comes to a close. 


US 'mystified' over Gulf states' position towards Qatar

Claimed grievances against Qatar are still not listed, prompting 'more doubts' about reasons behind Gulf rift, US says.

Qatar will not give up: Dr. Khalid Al Shafi

Leading journalists of the country last night unanimously observed that blockade imposed against Qatar by three Gulf countries had backfired miserably failing in creating any negative impact on Qatar and its economy.

GCC Crisis Updates: Week 2, the crisis continues

As Qatar enters the third week of its diplomatic rift with several countries, find out how both sides are moving forward. Saudi and its allies continue the blockade and plan to draw up a list of grievances while Turkey sends food and calls for a quick resolution. Read more, here! 

Qatar’s Tourism Sector Resilient as Products, Source Markets Diversify

Growth in first 5 months of 2017 comes from stopover passengers, nationals of Europe and the Americas


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