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Jordan hints at restoring Qatar relations after aid package

18 July, 2018

Jordan's minister of labour has described the relationship between Amman and Qatar as being "good", signalling a likely return of normal diplomatic relations between the two countries.

NATO 'ready to welcome' Saudi Arabia and Oman

16 July, 2018

A UAE-based news publication said NATO is ready to welcome in Saudi Arabia and Oman to its Istanbul cooperation initiative.

Saudi newspaper 'forgets' the next World Cup in Qatar

16 July, 2018

The Saudi-led anti-Qatar agenda has spared nothing, from hajj to sports, with the World Cup the latest target of pro-Riyadh media.

Kuwait scrambles to pre-empt fallout from south Iraq unrest

16 July, 2018

Unrest in southern Iraq has sparked unease across the border in Kuwait, as bloody protests over poor services and corruption in Basra province continue.

Middle East airlines limit Iraq flights following unrest

16 July, 2018

Airlines in the Middle East and elsewhere have limited flights to cities such as Najaf following protests and unrest in Iraq.

UAE prince seeks asylum in rival Qatar

15 July, 2018

A UAE prince sought asylum in London's Qatar embassy, exposing tensions between the Emirati royal family

Demonstrators killed as Iraq protests continue

14 July, 2018

Two demonstrators were killed in southern Iraq, as protests against unemployment continued.

US official applauds Iran sanctions, says linked to unrest

12 July, 2018

A Treasury official said Washington's use of sanctions are tied to protests that have rocked Iran, but stopped short of saying regime change is a US goal.

Chinese leader pledges billions of dollars for Arab 'revival'

10 July, 2018

The full package for the Arab world unveiled by Chinese President Xi Jinping, includes $20 billion in loans and about $106 million in financial aid.

The torn identity: Being an immigrant in Trump's America

09 July, 2018

Comment: Anti-immigrant sentiment is now mainstream in Trump's America, write Behnam Gharagozli, Jon Roozenbeek and Adrià Salvador Palau.

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