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Questions raised over funding of UK sporting meet

Questions raised over funding of UK sporting meet

Was a recent 'sports integrity' event that questioned 2022 World Cup decision funded by Qatar rivals?

Amir hails strong ties between Qatar and France

Amir hails strong ties between Qatar and France

His Highness the Amir thanks President Macron for his position on Gulf crisis and support for Qatar.

Global community urged to address siege violations

Global community urged to address siege violations

Qatar has called on the Human Rights Council and the international community to exert pressure on the siege countries to end the coercive measures imposed on the State of Qatar and its citizens a year ago

'Qatar Stronger Than the Blockade' released

'Qatar Stronger Than the Blockade' released

'Qatar Stronger Than the Blockade', a book by Saleh bin Afsan al-Kuwari, Editor-in-Chief of local Arabic daily Arrayah, was launched at a ceremony in the newspaper's office.

Qatar urges UN's top court to end UAE 'climate of fear'

Qatar urges UN's top court to end UAE 'climate of fear'

The United Arab Emirates has spread a "climate of fear" among Qataris living there, splitting families and causing "substantial pain" during a year-long blockade, the UN's top court heard on Friday.

World press hails Qatari media

World press hails Qatari media

A number of representatives of international press organisations confirmed the increasing phenomenon of false news and "electronic flies" on social networking sites, and violating the ethics of press work during the Gulf crisis.

Siege victims have several legal options, say experts

Siege victims have several legal options, say experts

Individuals, companies and entities that have sustained damages due to the unjust blockade imposed on Qatar have several legal options to claim their rights, according to leading Qatari lawyers.

End blockade now, prioritise unity, says FM

End blockade now, prioritise unity, says FM

HE Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani said it is also time to abandon the illusion of victory and give priority to security interests of the Middle East.

Diplomatic move on Gulf crisis 'will depend on siege nations'

Diplomatic move on Gulf crisis 'will depend on siege nations'

HE Lulwah al-Khater reiterated that Qatar has fully overcome the economic consequences of the siege through the diversification of sources of supply.

'One year on, siege has little effect on Qatar'

'One year on, siege has little effect on Qatar'

It's been a year since four Arab countries severed economic and diplomatic links with Qatar but the Gulf state has so far managed to survive the effects of the blockade with little damage, a senior international analyst has said.

Defence minister, Mattis discuss Gulf crisis

Defence minister, Mattis discuss Gulf crisis

HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defence Affairs Dr Khalid bin Mohamed al-Attiyah met with US Defence Secretary James Mattis in Singapore on Saturday.

Siege has serious implications on regional stability, food security

Siege has serious implications on regional stability, food security

Ambassador Abdulaziz bin Ahmed al-Malki al-Jehni referred to the development programmes and projects implemented by Qatar and its policies to achieve national food security and self-sufficiency.