Emirati Prince Flees to Qatar, Criticizes Abu Dhabi
An Emirati prince is seeking asylum in Qatar after fleeing the UAE saying he feared for his life because of a dispute with the rulers of oil-rich Abu Dhabi, the New York Times reported on Sunday.
Qatar to Raise Multi-Billion Dollar Loan for Typhoon Jets
The government of Qatar is raising a multi-billion dollar loan for the purchase of Eurofighter Typhoon combat jets, two sources familiar with the deal said.
Arab Quartet Ask Int’l Court of Justice to Rule in Qatari Air Space Row
The fight between the Arab quartet and Qatar took a new twist on Friday as three Middle Eastern countries asked the UN's top court to resolve a dispute with Doha over sovereign airspace.
Photos: Conference in Bahrain Demanding Al Khalifa Ruling to State of Qatar
The Bahrain Institute for Strategic, International and Energy (Derasat) organized a conference on Saturday (June 30, 2018) demanding the Al Khalifa family rule of the state of Qatar.
United Arab Emirates Asks World Court to Dismiss Qatar Discrimination Suit
The United Arab Emirates argued before World Court judges on Thursday that a case brought against it by Qatar for alleged discrimination against Qatari citizens was without merit and should be dismissed.
Qatar “Must Stop Support for Terror”, Top UN Court Told
Abu Dhabi on Thursday called on Doha to stop “supporting terrorist groups and individuals” and strongly denied human rights abuses against Qatari citizens before the UN’s top court.
Saudi Arabia Denies UEFA Charge of Hosting Pirated Sports Channel Broadcasting World Cup
A row over broadcasting of the World Cup in Saudi Arabia has escalated, with Riyadh denying an allegation by European soccer’s governing body that a television channel it says is illegally showing matches is based in the kingdom.
After Gazprom Probe, EU Investigates Qatar's Long-Term LNG Contracts
The European Commission is investigating the bloc’s biggest sea-borne gas supplier Qatar Petroleum over potentially restrictive 20-year supply agreements.
Prosecution’s Plea against Sheikh Ali Salman: “Major” Crimes and “Minor” Evidence
In the prosecution's plea submitted to the High Criminal Court on the case of Sheikh Ali Salman and two others, one will read terrible accusations, the kind that makes eyes widen in surprise.
U.S. State Dept Nominee would Warn Saudi, Qatar, Egypt against Russia Military Deals
President Donald Trump’s nominee for a top State Department Middle East post said on Thursday he would dissuade countries like Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Egypt from weapons deals with Russia that could trigger U.S. sanctions.
Qatar Takes UAE to U.N. Human Rights Court over Boycott
The government of Qatar said on Monday it was taking the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations’ International Court of Justice over what it described as human right violations.
Qatar Airways could Face 2nd Straight Annual Loss amid Gulf Crisis: CEO
Qatar Airways could face a second straight year of losses in 2018 amid a regional dispute that has banned the airline from four Arab countries, the airline’s CEO said on Tuesday.
Qatar Accuses Saudis of Reckless Behavior after Military Threat Report
Qatar accused its giant neighbor Saudi Arabia of reckless behavior after a newspaper report that Riyadh had threatened military action if Doha installed a Russian air defense system.
Trump Fundraiser Expands U.S. Lawsuit Accusing Qatar of Hacking his Emails
A fundraiser for U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday added several defendants to a lawsuit claiming the Persian Gulf state of Qatar hacked his email accounts and shared the contents with news organizations.
Qatar Emir Thanks Iran for Support in Gulf Crisis
Qatar's ruler on Thursday personally thanked Iran's President Hassan Rouhani for his country's support during an almost year-long Gulf crisis, which has seen the emirate cut adrift by neighboring former allies.
Kushners Near Deal with Qatar-Linked Company: Report
The company owned by the family of President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is close to receiving a bailout of its flagship New York building from a company with ties to Qatar, The New York Times reported Thursday.
Trump Lawyer Cohen Sought $1 Million from Qatar in Late 2016: Washington Post
U.S. President Donald Trump’s longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen asked the Qatari government for at least $1 million in December 2016 in exchange for access or insight into the Trump administration, the Washington Post reported.
350 Thousand Indians Living in Bahrain, Death Average among Them Higher than that in Qatar
Statistics revealed that the number of Indians living in Bahrain is 350 thousand versus 325 thousand in the UK.
Tenth Court Hearing of Sheikh Ali Salman's Trial Held on Charges of “Communicating with Qatar,” Case Adjourned until June
The tenth court hearing of Sheikh Ali Salman’s case and two other defendants was held on Tuesday (April 2018), on charges of communicating with Qatar.
Qatari Owner of Novo Cinemas Plans to Sell Theatres in UAE, Bahrain
Qatar’s Elan Group is working with an adviser to sell Novo Cinemas’ theatres in the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.