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Qatar Airways to see pre-blockade traffic volumes by year-end: Al-Baker

Qatar Airways to see pre-blockade traffic volumes by year-end: Al-Baker

Qatar Airways, which has triggered expansion plans following the illegal blockade on the country by four Arab nations, is hopeful of seeing its traffic volumes at pre-blockade levels by the end of the current financial year, said Group Chief Executive Akbar al-Baker.

British parliamentary team calls for lifting of siege

British parliamentary team calls for lifting of siege

A British Parliamentary Inquiry Committee, charged by the British Parliament to investigate the violations of the siege imposed on Qatar, has called for an immediate lifting of the siege, as being illegal and violating all international and humanitarian conventions and laws.

Siege countries failed to prove allegations: envoy

Siege countries failed to prove allegations: envoy

Qatar's ambassador to Belgium and head of its missions to the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) Abdulrahman bin Mohammed al-Khulaifi said that the blockading countries have taken the charge of supporting terrorism as a pretext for imposing siege on the State of Qatar

Siege affecting all aspects of social fabric: NHRC

Siege affecting all aspects of social fabric: NHRC

The permanent delegation of Qatar to the United Nations, organised a seminar on human rights violations resulting from the unprecedented siege on country under the title "The human rights dimension of the unprecedented siege on Qatar", on the sidelines of the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly

‘Allegations against Qatar politically motivated, lack legal basis’

‘Allegations against Qatar politically motivated, lack legal basis’

The accusations that the State of Qatar supports and funds terrorist groups and persons associated with them are completely political and have no legal basis, HE the Attorney General Dr Ali bin Fetais al-Marri has said.

Qatar urges global banning of information obtained through piracy

Qatar urges global banning of information obtained through piracy

Qatar’s Attorney General HE Dr Ali bin Fetais al-Marri has urged the international community to ban information obtained through piracy, and prevent it from having any legal value or being used as a basis for evidence.

'Expat community stands with Qatar'

'Expat community stands with Qatar'

Expatriates from different nationalities and walks of life have heaped praise on His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani for his historic speech at the UN General Assembly, highlighting its significance in shedding light on the unjust siege imposed on Qatar

World community back Qatar in handling blockade: experts

World community back Qatar in handling blockade: experts

As more than 100 days have passed since it has been put under blockade by some Gulf-Arab countries, Qatar has won the support of the world community and achieved high moral ground by effectively handling the crisis, participants at a panel discussion highlighted yesterday.

Macron urges lifting of Qatar embargo

Macron urges lifting of Qatar embargo

French President Emmanuel Macron yesterday urged the lifting of a Saudi-led embargo on Qatar in effect since June.

Siege countries want to put Qatar under guardianship: FM

Siege countries want to put Qatar under guardianship: FM

HE the Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani has described the partnership between Qatar and the United States as "very strong".

Compensation Claims Committee starts referring complaints

Compensation Claims Committee starts referring complaints

The Compensation Claims Committee has started the process of referring as many as 6,297 complaints, received from both individuals and companies, to a number of local and international law firms to study each case and start filing the cases at the courts concerned.

Blockade aimed at putting Qatar under guardianship: FM

Blockade aimed at putting Qatar under guardianship: FM

HE the Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani has underlined that Qatar's open support for human rights, public opinion and the right of people to self-determination is one of the most important reasons for attempts to impose guardianship on it and to undermine its media.