June 18, 2001
Qatar and Lebanon will activate a maritime fiber optic link in August.
Jordan vowed Sunday to keep Ibrahim Ghoshe, a Jordanian citizen and spokesman for the militant Palestinian Hamas group, detained in Amman's airport un
The Austrian oil group OMV is engaged in talks with Yemen and Qatar in an attempt to clinch oil and gas projects, company CEO Richard Schenz said Sunday, June 17. "Negotiations began recently. We are
June 17, 2001
Qatari Minister of Energy and Industry Abdullah bin Hamad Al Attiyah has called on US petrochemical firms and financial institutions to participate in
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa said on Saturday that his organization was mediating between Jordan and Qatar to settle their dispute over th
Jordanian authorities have demanded that Qatar Airways suspend all flights to Jordan after the carrier flew Hamas spokesman Ibrahim Ghoshe into Amman, the company's director-general said late Friday,
Qatar's energy minister announced Saturday, June 16, that an agreement protocol had been signed with the US oil giant ExxonMobil on a gas-to-liquids project worth $3 billion. "The project is aimed at
June 16, 2001
Jordanian authorities threatened Saturday to force Ibrahim Ghosheh, a Jordanian citizen and spokesman for the militant Palestinian Hamas group, back o
Yemen and Libya have intervened to hammer out a solution to a spiraling conflict between Jordan and Qatar over a deported Hamas leader who flew to Amm
June 15, 2001
Jordanian authorities on Thursday blocked the attempted return to Amman of the exiled spokesman of the Palestinian Islamic movement Hamas, triggering
June 14, 2001
Jordanian airport officials on Thursday refused to let the spokesman of the Palestinian radical group Hamas from entering the country, a government so
Qatar’s Ministry of Public Health has decided to seek help from the World Health Organization (WHO) to control malaria in the Gulf state.
June 12, 2001
A bailiff on Sunday, June 10, warned the Kuwait office of Qatar's satellite TV channel Al-Jazeera that it must pay a $16,400 fine or face having its furniture sold in auction. In April, a Kuwaiti cour
June 11, 2001
Invitations to attend the World Trade Organization (WTO) fourth ministerial meeting, which is to be held in Doha, Qatar, from November 9 until 13, were recently distributed.
Businessmen from Bahrain and Qatar aim to set up a bank with capital of $135 million by the end of 2001, the official Bahraini news agency GNA reported.