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.
June 10, 2001
Jordan’s education ministry intends to send more teachers to Oman as part of an agreement between Jordan and the Gulf state, while other teachers are
June 9, 2001
Businessmen from Bahrain and Qatar aim to set up a bank with capital of $135 million by the end of 2001.
Qatar’s Minister of Energy and Industry Abdullah bin Hamad Al Attiyah left Friday for the United States for a week-long visit for talks with US offici
June 7, 2001
The editor-in-chief of a Qatari Arabic daily was attacked Wednesday night by three assailants.
June 5, 2001
Qatar’s emir, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, on Tuesday issued a decision to reshuffle the council of ministers.
Some 140 cases of malaria were reported in Qatar last year.
June 3, 2001
Free chickenpox vaccinations will be provided in Qatar through the primary health centers from September.
June 2, 2001
Qatar will attract foreign investment to the tune of $15 billion in new industrial projects shortly, said Minister of Energy and Industry Abdullah bin
Qatar granted Lebanon on Friday 40 military vehicles and 20 motorcycles, specially equipped for police use.
Gulf Air is slashing the cost of fares to a number of destinations in Europe, America and Australia by the first of June.
May 31, 2001
The owners of Gulf Air agreed on Wednesday, May 30, to inject 60 million Bahraini dinars ($159.2 million) into the regional airline to help it overcome financial difficulties. Sheikh Ahmed Bin Nasser
DOHA, (Reuters) - Qatar has chosen U.S. firm AES Energy as its partner in a $700 million independent water and power project (IWPP), a Qatari official said on Wednesday, May 30. "We have issued the l