The move could mean Newcastle United’s stalled potential takeover by a Saudi-led consortium would be a step closer.
Behind the scenes of The Misfits, a movie scripted to tarnish a country’s reputation but then overtaken by real events.
UAE National Security Adviser and brother of de facto ruler meets Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Doha, reports say.
Bandar Mohamed al-Attiyah previously acted as Qatar’s ambassador to Kuwait, a mediator in a years-long regional row.
Al Jazeera reveals that original script of The Misfits was amended to depict Qatar as a ‘terrorist state’.
New Saudi import rules and a public disagreement over how to unwind OPEC production cuts have strained UAE-Saudi ties.
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FM says invitations sent ‘in an attempt to move forward in strengthening the process of joint Gulf cooperation’.
The Misfits, a Hollywood film co-produced by an Emirati company, condemned as ‘immoral’ and ‘absurd’.
Moody’s found that despite ambitious plans to diversify economies, progress for Gulf states is limited.
Complaint accuses candidate for Interpol presidency, Ahmed al-Raisi, of playing role in torture of jailed activist.
Oman unrest is harbinger for other Gulf petrostates that need to diversify to create jobs for legions of young people.
For now, it seems bilateral reconciliation efforts in the GCC are proceeding, albeit at various speeds.
Qatar’s chief diplomat expresses optimism about overcoming differences with the UAE after the Gulf rift.