November 20, 2000
Israel was absent for the first time as an exhibition of military and police equipment that Qatar hosts every two years opened on Monday.
<b>Date:</b> Nov 20 - Nov 23, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Qatar International Exhibition Center, Qatar <b>Specifics:</b> <b>Coordination by:</b> Milipol Office - Qatar in corporation with Imexpo Fra
November 19, 2000
US Secretary of Defense William Cohen urged the Qatari government on Saturday to reopen the Israeli trade office in Doha \"as soon as possible.\"
November 14, 2000
Jordanian Prime Minister Ali Abu Ragheb met on the sidelines of the Islamic summit in Qatar with a senior leader of the Islamic militant movement Hama
Islamic leaders at their Doha summit called for Afghanistan's warring factions to cooperate with international efforts to set up a broad-based governm
November 13, 2000
Islamic leaders closed their summit in Doha on Monday with a call to break ties with Israel. Qatar's emir proposed to send an OIC ministerial team to
The world's Muslim leaders on Monday "invited" Islamic countries to break ties with Israel and expressed their "total confidence" in the Palestinian l
OPEC should take preemptive action to cut oil output if a supply glut emerges rather than waiting for prices to tumble before acting, Qatar's oil minister said here Sunday.
November 12, 2000
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad slammed Muslim countries on Sunday for their failure to act against Israel for its killings of Palestinians,
OPEC should take preemptive action to cut oil output if a supply glut emerges rather than waiting for prices to tumble before acting.
The Taliban religious militia which holds most of Afghanistan Sunday urged the summit meeting of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) to give
Qatar's emir, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, on Sunday urged Islamic leaders meeting in Doha to draw up a common strategy to help the Palestinians
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami on Sunday proposed a four-point Middle East peace plan centered on a multi-faith Palestinian state.
Qatar's energy minister said that the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), would not raise output because there was already enough oil in supply, reports said Friday.
Qatar announced Thursday the closure of Israel's trade office to save an Islamic summit that the tiny Gulf state is hosting after Muslim giants Saudi Arabia and Iran threatened a boycott. Thye Novembe