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Anti-Qatar states try getting Kuwait on-side over FIFA ban

18 October, 2017

Gulf states currently blockading Qatar have tried to woo Kuwait by promising to boycott a football tournament in Doha unless a FIFA ban on Kuwait is lifted.

'Oil production cuts might not be needed,' Kuwait says

16 October, 2017

Oil producers might not need to cut production beyond March if all OPEC members fully comply with their output pledges, a Kuwaiti minister has claimed.

Back to earth: This week in Middle East football

16 October, 2017

Syria's national team stars return to club action, but continue to shine - with some attracting attention from bigger teams abroad, despite losing to Australia in the World Cup qualifiers.

Malaysia rolls out red carpet for Qatari Emir

16 October, 2017

Sheikh Tamim is scheduled to meet Malaysia's prime minister and king, followed by a state banquet at the palace, in his second trip abroad since the Gulf crisis began.

British expat in Kuwait 'denied nursery job over hijab'

12 October, 2017

A British woman living in Kuwait has accused a nursery of demanding her to remove her hijab in order to work for them.

Indian woman 'tortured, kept as slave' in Saudi Arabia

11 October, 2017

A video of an Indian woman working in Saudi Arabia tearfully begging to be rescued from alleged slave labour and abuse has gone viral in her home country this week.

Hosting of World Cup 'non-negotiable': Qatar responds to UAE

11 October, 2017

Qatar has strongly criticised Emirati officials for questioning Doha's hosting of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, saying that the tournament "is not up for discussion or negotiation".

US halts Gulf military exercises over Qatar crisis

06 October, 2017

The United States has halted some military exercises with Gulf allies in a bid to end the months-long blockade of Qatar by a Saudi-led coalition.

Can democracy flourish even as political parties decline?

04 October, 2017

Comment: For democracy to appeal to those who do not live under it, and retain the commitment of those who do, it has to work properly, writes Robert Springborg.

Kuwait risks paying a high price for cheap oil

03 October, 2017

Comment: If Kuwait's government doesn't act now to restructure the economy, the country's over-reliance on a single source of wealth could prove disastrous, writes Fouad al-Obaid.

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