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DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have added nine entities and nine individuals to their individual ban lists because of alleged links to Qatar over terrorism, Saudi's state news agency SPA reported on Tuesday.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The Latest on the crisis diplomatic crisis between Qatar and four Arab countries (all times local):
DUBAI (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates, one of four Arab countries that have imposed sanctions on Qatar, said on Saturday that Doha needed to change its policies before a dialogue could take place.
The regional stage: Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have announced breaking off diplomatic relations with Qatar; Qatar is now relying on the support of Iran and Turkey. Enter a new diplomatic crisis between Kuwait and Iran. Show More Summary
Qatar's ruling emir said on Friday that his embattled Gulf nation remains open to dialogue with four Arab countries that have isolated it, but that any resolution to the crisis … Click to Continue »
United Arab Emirates car manufacturer of high-performance vehicles Zarooq, unveils its newest model with the Sandracer 500GT. The off-road, street-legal supercar weighs in at around 2,646 pounds with a carbon fiber body and built-in roll cage that allows it to rocket on both asphalt and sand. With an upgraded engine to a General Motors ‘LT1’ […]
DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar's ruling emir said on Friday that it was time for negotiations to resolve differences between Doha and four Arab states which have severed diplomatic ties with it.
The emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim, is delivering his first public address since the breakout of the Qatar crisis and blockade by a Saudi-led alliance of Arab nations. Watch it live below, highlights will follow. Some early highlights: QATARI...Show More Summary
DUBAI (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates on Friday welcomed Qatar's decision to amend its anti-terrorism laws, one of the first positive responses since the UAE and three other Arab countries imposed sanctions on Doha last month.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A short video of a Saudi woman walking around in a miniskirt and crop top sparked an outcry after going viral, leading to the woman being detained for several hours.
DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar's ruler has amended the country's anti-terrorism laws in a royal decree issued on Thursday, state news agency QNA reported, in a move that appears aimed at countering charges the Gulf Arab state supports terrorism.
When Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates led the imposition of a political and economic blockade on Qatar last month, there were immediate, far-reaching consequences: Flights were canceled and rerouted, Qatari citizens were expelled from other Gulf states, shipping routes were closed and airspace was suddenly off-limits to Qatar’s pilots. But the blockade may […]
Qatar's foreign minister is visiting Beijing a day after his Chinese counterpart told a top official from the United Arab Emirates that China hoped the rift between the Gulf countries … Click to Continue »
The four Arab nations spearheading a boycott of Qatar have shelved the request to shutter Al Jazeera, the Middle East's biggest broadcaster, from its list of demands. Last month, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates...Show More Summary
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Saudi Arabia announced Wednesday that a woman who was detained after wearing a miniskirt in a video that went viral has been released without charge.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A Chinese-American graduate student at Princeton sentenced to 10 years in prison in Iran for allegedly "infiltrating" the country and sending confidential material abroad is innocent of all charges against him, his professor said Monday.
By Karin Strohecker and Tom Finn LONDON/DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar said on Monday that a U.S. media report had shown that the United Arab Emirates was involved in an alleged hack of Qatar's state news agency in late May that helped spark a diplomatic crisis in the Gulf. Show More Summary
The United Arab Emirates denies hacking Qatar's news agency with false stories which triggered the Gulf crisis.
With Adam Rawnsley Gulf hack. The hack of Qatari government Web sites earlier this year was carried out by the United Arab Emirates, and not Russia, as had initially been suspected. The revelation — which will likely only deepen the diplomatic row between Qatar and its Gulf neighbors — comes after Saudi Arabia, the...