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'Qatar should pay for US troops in Syria': Riyadh

24 April, 2018

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir has said that Qatar should foot the bill for US presence in Syria.

Iran, Saudi Arabia cannot dominate Middle East : Zarif

24 April, 2018

Iran's top diplomat says that talks between Riyadh and Tehran are essential, adding that the two states have helped to 'destroy the region'.

Qatar Airways becomes Roma's new shirt sponsor

23 April, 2018

The announcement comes one day before Roma plays in the Champions League semi-final, one of Roma's biggest games in decades.

UAE and Bahrain 'manipulating' Qatar's airspace activities

23 April, 2018

Doha has said the UAE is a 'threat' to airspace security after Abu Dhabi accused Qatari fighter jets of flying 'dangerously close' to an Emirati airliner in Bahraini airspace.

Bahrain's foreign minister calls for prosecution of Al Jazeera

23 April, 2018

The Bahraini official said that in addition to the 13 demands issued by a Saudi-led anti-Qatar bloc to Doha, is that Al Jazeera should be prosecuted for 'spreading lies'.

Qatar attends military drill in Saudi Arabia despite crisis

19 April, 2018

Qatari troops have taken part in military exercises in Saudi Arabia, despite a blockade imposed on the emirate by its neighbours, Qatari state media has reported.

Turning Qatar into an island

18 April, 2018

Comment: Saudi Arabia's proposed channel separating it from Qatar sends a message of polarisation and division, rather than regional cooperation, writes James Dorsey.

Baldivieso the Bolivian: This week in Middle East football

18 April, 2018

Just when you thought Palestinian football couldn't get more complicated, enter the national team's new Bolivian manager, Julio Baldivieso, who has created a whirlwind during his first months in charge.

No longer alone: Why LGBT activists are speaking out

16 April, 2018

Report: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender activists in the Middle East and North Africa are defying state-sponsored repression and social stigma by sharing stories to help others.

Qatar wants talks on feasibility of 48-team World Cup

15 April, 2018

The country's infrastructure is already stretched thin as it builds eight stadiums to become the first Middle Eastern country to host the FIFA World Cup.

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