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Russian president lauds 'close' ties with Qatar

Russian president lauds 'close' ties with Qatar

The President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin praised the relations between his country and Qatar at all economic and political levels, as well as the mutual cooperation in the humanitarian field, saying that they are a reflection of the personal relations

QNA returns to Twitter a year after hacking

QNA returns to Twitter a year after hacking

Qatar's state-run news agency was back on Twitter on Monday for the first time since its hacked website carried controversial comments attributed to His Highness the Amir.

Turkey detains five people involved in QNA hacking

Turkey detains five people involved in QNA hacking

Five people have been detained by the Turkish authorities for their connection to the hacking of Qatar News agency (QNA), which took place in late May, HE the Attorney General Dr Ali bin Fetais al-Marri said on Friday.

Qatar presents proof of UAE role in QNA website hacking

Qatar presents proof of UAE role in QNA website hacking

Officials of Qatar's Interior Ministry on Thursday said they have evidence to prove the cyberattack on the country's official media originated from the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

UAE violated international law by hacking QNA website: Qatar

UAE violated international law by hacking QNA website: Qatar

The United Arab Emirates orchestrated the hacking of a Qatari government news site in late May in order to plant a false story with incendiary quotes attributed to His Highness the Emir, a report in The Washington Post said.

QNA website hacked, says Government Communications Office

QNA website hacked, says Government Communications Office

The Qatar News Agency (QNA) website has been hacked by an unknown entity, according to the Government Communications Office. A false statement attributed to His Highness the Emir has been published.