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WikiLeaks' Assange: Al Arabiya network 'publishing fabrications' about Qatar

22 August, 2017

Julian Assange on Monday accused the Saudi-owned network of publishing "increasingly absurd fabrications" against Qatar.

Iran 'part of the problem' in Yemen: top diplomat

22 August, 2017

Iran, accused of supporting Houthi rebels in Yemen, "is part of the problem, not the solution" when it comes to ending conflict Yemen's top diplomat said on Monday.

'Sadr's Gulf visit indicates Iran's weakening grasp on Baghdad'

22 August, 2017

Muqtada al-Sadr's visit to the Gulf region last month indicates a change in Iraq's relations with its neighbours, analysts suggest.

Qatar unveils plans for stunning World Cup stadium

21 August, 2017

Qatar World Cup organisers have presented stunning new plans for the 40,000 seater al-Thumama Stadium, drawing inspiration from the traditional 'gahfiya' cap commonly worn in the Gulf.

Contrived claims of nationalism in post-Mosul Iraq

21 August, 2017

Comment: Nationalist narratives of post-Mosul Iraq are not crafted with the interests of the poor or destitute in mind, writes Nazli Tarzi.

Danish FM admits selling mass-surveillance technology to Saudi Arabia

21 August, 2017

Denmark's foreign minister has for the first time acknowledged that the government allowed the sale of surveillance technology to authoritarian Arab governments, including Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

Qatar denies blocking Saudi Hajj pilgrimage flights

21 August, 2017

Qatar on Monday denied it had banned flights from Saudi Arabia landing in the emirate to transport Muslim pilgrims to Mecca, after an accusation by authorities in Riyadh.

British cyclists complete London-Medina cycle ahead of Hajj pilgrimage

20 August, 2017

Group of eight British-Muslims become the first Britons to cycle to Saudi Arabia for the annual Hajj pilgrimage from northern Europe.

Qatar contacts UN, files ICAO complaint over aviation threats

20 August, 2017

Qatar on Saturday took further action with international organizations over the Saudi-led blockade, sending a letter to the UN chief and filing a complaint over threats to down civilian airliners.

Qatar dismisses 'illegal' demand for cutting Turkey defence ties

20 August, 2017

Qatar's ambassador to Turkey rejects Gulf states' demands regarding Doha's military ties to Ankara, saying that no dialogue about Qatar's sovereignty will be entertained.

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