April 20, 2014
Egyptian-born cleric Youssef al Qaradawi has released a statement aimed at easing tensions with Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
The members of the Gulf Cooperation Council have agreed on ways to implement a security agreement signed last year.
April 17, 2014
Oman's Foreign Affairs Minister Yusuf bin Alawi told reporters this week that the Gulf rift between Qatar and its neighboring states has now ended.
April 16, 2014
The Qatari government has pledged an estimated $182 billion into infrastructure, focussing on eco-friendly green building over next five years.
April 14, 2014
Qatari cinema lovers aren't happy about Haifa Wehbe's latest film "Halawet Rouh" (Beauty of the Soul) being shown in their theaters!
April 11, 2014
The report indicates a “recovery” in the Qatar’s real estate market in view of the current construction boom in the country.
April 10, 2014
Kuwait expects "positive steps" to be implemented to end the Gulf rift between Qatar and other GCC countries.
April 7, 2014
According to the Gulf News, although Mohammad Bin Hammam has not been directly linked to Qatar's bid, he has been banned for life from football over allegations that he paid bribes while running for the FIFA presidency in 2011.
April 6, 2014
Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard has reportedly admitted that he may have to let his wife decide about his move to Paris Saint-German (PSG).
April 4, 2014
Prison sentences for periods ranging between one and three years have been handed down to more than 40 people, including expatriates and nationals, for visa trading
Most of the GCC rift conversation has focused on the tense Saudi Arabia-Qatar relationship, but little has been discussed over the Qatar-Bahrain rift.
April 1, 2014
A top UAE official called Qatar its "eighth emirate," in a move that is likely to escalate already heightened Gulf tensions between Doha and its neighbors.
The International Labor Organization says Qatar must stop the mistreatment of migrant workers.
March 31, 2014
Qatar Airways will add more capacity to its Melbourne route, starting April 1.
Qatar has been reportedly accused of working 1,200 people to death after it was revealed that these migrant workers are forced to live in squalor, as the nation spends 39 billion-pound on its building bonanza for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.