'An operations room staffed by Saudis will be created to take care of the Qataris’ affairs and will be under my own supervision considering the severing of ties,' Qatari Sheikh Abdullah bin Ali bin Abdullah bin Jassem al-Thani
'The matter is not that of religion or timing. It is rather a matter of economic independence,' Saida Guarrach, adviser to the President of the Republic
Emirati investors ranked first with transactions worth $4.1 billion, followed by Saudi nationals who were involved in deals worth $1.1 billion.
Uber drivers have been seriously injured in some altercations.
Young Syrian refugees want end of war and ISIS
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Asked how likely they are to permanently return to Syria in the future, 54% of survey participants said “unlikely.”
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Saudis facilitate access to Qatari pilgrims, seem to endorse challenger to Tamim
Mohammed Alkhereiji - 20/08/2017
'The noise Qatar is making and its attempts to politicise haj should end after King Salman’s generous, patient initiative,' Emirati State Minister for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash
Iraqi-Arab Gulf rapprochement makes headway
Syria’s transition scenarios for future rounds of talks
What is behind the Syrian regime’s push south-west of Raqqa?
Jordan’s municipal elections marred by deaths, riots
Israel under fire over ‘two-tiered’ policies
The last summer of Turkey’s Hasankeyf
British Muslims not surprised by neo-Nazi threats
After Barcelona, ISIS-inspired threats in Europe continue
US Muslim brace for more violence after mosque attack