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DIFI study explores blockade impact on families in Qatar

DIFI study explores blockade impact on families in Qatar

The study assessed the impact of the blockade by some neighbouring countries imposed on Qatar on June 5, 2017.

Foreign Minister meets French senate panel chief

Foreign Minister meets French senate panel chief

The Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister HE Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani has met with President of the French Senate friendship group with the Gulf countries Jean-Marie Bockel.

Qatar 2022 a tournament for all Gulf countries: Infantino

Qatar 2022 a tournament for all Gulf countries: Infantino

Gianni Infantino said that the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be held in Qatar four years later, and there is no disagreement in this matter at all.

'End the blockade against Qatar'

'End the blockade against Qatar'

Saudi Arabia, the UAE and other Gulf countries gain nothing from cutting off trade and diplomacy

India says to bring back workers facing "food crisis" in Saudi

India says to bring back workers facing "food crisis" in Saudi

India said on Sunday it would send a government minister to Saudi Arabia to try to bring back workers who have been laid off from their jobs, as the foreign minister said more than 10,000 Indians in the country were facing a "food crisis".

Overworked Indian maid injured in escape from saudi employers

Overworked Indian maid injured in escape from saudi employers

The return of an Indian housemaid working in saudi Arabia, who broke her back trying to escape abusive employers, has raised fresh concerns over the working conditions of domestic workers ...

IMF chief urges Gulf states to bring in taxes

IMF chief urges Gulf states to bring in taxes

The International Monetary Fund chief urged on Monday oil-exporting Gulf countries to introduce taxes, warning that low crude prices are likely to stay for an "extended period".

Gulf countries urged to invest in education, ‘knowledge companies’

Gulf countries urged to invest in education, ‘knowledge companies’

Amid sliding oil prices, Gulf countries, including Qatar, “should not be upset” of the oil crisis but should rather invest in “knowledge companies” and the development of the education system, a leading economist has said.