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Qatar Petroleum signs first Argentina deal with Exxon

04 June, 2018

Qatar Petroleum signed its first agreement with Argentina on Sunday.

Saudi-based agents hacked Qatar state news website, documentary reveals

04 June, 2018

Agents working in a Saudi ministry in the capital Riyadh were behind the hacking of Qatar's state-run news agency last year, a documentary has revealed.

BeIN channels in UAE pulled ahead of World Cup

03 June, 2018

Qatari sports broadcaster BeIN has stopped working for customers in the United Arab Emirates, the channel said on Sunday, just eleven days ahead of the World Cup.

Qatar 'will not support attack on Iran' despite differences

03 June, 2018

Qatar's defence minister said Doha will not 'go and fuel a war' in the region by entering or supporting a conflict with Iran.

Russia snubs Saudi threats over Qatar military deal

03 June, 2018

Russia will supply Qatar with an anti-aircraft missile system despite reported Saudi threats to take military action over the deal, the state-run Sputnik news agency reported.

UAE moves closer to Russia as political plans collapse

02 June, 2018

The UAE is attempting to woo Russia with a visit by Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed to Moscow.

Saudi Arabia threatens Qatar 'military action' following S-400 sale

02 June, 2018

Saudi Arabia has threatened to launch military strikes on Gulf neighbour Qatar, according to French media reports.

Morocco World Cup bid cleared for runoff against US

02 June, 2018

Morocco's 2026 World Cup bid has been cleared for a a runoff vote despite concerns about the country's readiness to host the competition.

One year later: A necessary reckoning in the GCC

01 June, 2018

Comment: Countries blockading Qatar must reflect on how their attempts to control the Gulf are destabilising the entire region, writes Imad K. Harb.

Oman bans pirate beIN decoders ahead of World Cup

31 May, 2018

Oman has banned the import of decoders that would infringe upon Qatar-based broadcaster beIN's purchased rights for the upcoming World Cup.

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