Qatar

July 9, 2001

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Qatar and Bahrain have agreed to encourage the free movement of workers between the two states, which settled a land dispute in March.

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The planned 46km causeway linking Bahrain and Qatar will be the longest in the world, said Qatari Minister of Municipality Affairs and Agriculture Ali

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Qatar's emir, Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani, received a message Sunday, July 8, from Thailand's Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra on bilateral cooperation, the official QNA news agency reported Su

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Bahrain's housing ministry has drawn up plans for a resort city on the Hawar islands, dubbed "the Islands of Dreams", following a settlement with Qatar on the territory, a newspaper reported Friday, J

July 8, 2001

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Thai Foreign Minister Surakiart Sathirathai arrives in Doha Sunday for talks with top Qatari officials on enhancing bilateral ties in the fields of po

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Saudi Arabia and Qatar announced Saturday, July 7, they are suspending imports of Spanish olive oil following reports that it could contain carcinogenic substances. In Riyadh, the trade ministry annou

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Bahrain and Qatar have agreed to encourage the free movement of workers between the two Gulf Arab neighbors, which settled a land dispute in March, newspapers reported on Sunday, July 8.  The agreemen

July 7, 2001

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Qatar's emir, Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani, received on Saturday a message from Spain’s King Juan Carlos dealing with bilateral ties.

July 5, 2001

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The Jordanian government has barred the Qatar-based Al Jazeera satellite channel from airing a special report on an alleged official plan to raise the

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The Qatari government decided Wednesday to scrap the communications and transport ministry.

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The Qatari government decided Wednesday, July 4, to scrap the communications and transport ministry, the official QNA agency reported.  "The cabinet approved the scrapping of the ministry of communica

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The Qatari government decided Wednesday, July 4, to scrap the communications and transport ministry, the official QNA agency reported.  "The cabinet approved the scrapping of the ministry of communica

July 4, 2001

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Two banished Hamas leaders are expected to return to Amman from exile in Qatar, after agreeing to freeze their political activities.

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Qatar Fertilizer Company (Qafco) signed on Tuesday a $400 million deal in London with six leading banks, moving a step closer to realizing its plans f

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Royal Jordanian, the national airline, said Saturday, June 30, it had resumed its flights to Qatar following the end to a diplomatic row over a Jordanian member of the Palestinian militant group Hamas