Gulf Times - siege
CMU-Q showcases software at Darb Al Saai

CMU-Q showcases software at Darb Al Saai

Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q) is showcasing its Alice Middle East software at Darb Al Saai as part of the 2018 Qatar National Day festivities.

Turkish FM: Siege unfair, unjustified

Turkish FM: Siege unfair, unjustified

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has described the siege of Qatar as unfair and unjustified, and that it is an artificial crisis.

21,000 new firms registered since siege began until August end: QC chairman

21,000 new firms registered since siege began until August end: QC chairman

HE the chairman of Qatar Chamber (QC) Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al-Thani said the number of new companies registered with QC since the beginning of the siege until the end of August 2018...

Qatar is the biggest foreign investor in Germany: al-Emadi

Qatar is the biggest foreign investor in Germany: al-Emadi

HE the Minister of Finance Ali Sherif al-Emadi asserted that Qatar seeks to make the domestic market attractive to foreign investment.

Sharp rise in Qatari exports to Jordan during last 5 months

Sharp rise in Qatari exports to Jordan during last 5 months

Prior to the siege on Doha by the Saudi-led quarter, Jordan exported to Qatar between 400 and 500 tonnes of vegetables and fruits per day.

Qatar warns of worsening situation in Gaza Strip

Qatar warns of worsening situation in Gaza Strip

Qatar working to lift the siege imposed on Gaza; affirms continued support for Palestinian people.

Qatar hails rights body over stance on siege

Qatar hails rights body over stance on siege

Qatar has praised the objective and positive attitudes of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) towards the negative repercussions and human rights violations ...

Cartoon exhibition on siege opens at Katara

Cartoon exhibition on siege opens at Katara

Patriotism through creativity is at the core of two art exhibitions at Katara – the Cultural Village that mark the completion of one year since the unjust siege was imposed on Qatar on June 5, 2017.

Qatar overcame siege in its early days, Cabinet told

Qatar overcame siege in its early days, Cabinet told

HE the Prime Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani made the observation during a speech he delivered to mark the completion of one year since the unjust siege was imposed on Qatar.

'Qatar is stronger than ever'

'Qatar is stronger than ever'

Qatar has become stronger than ever, after a year of the siege imposed by some neighbouring countries, HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defence Affairs Dr Khalid bin Mohamed al-Attiyah has said.

'One year on, siege has little effect on Qatar'

'One year on, siege has little effect on Qatar'

It's been a year since four Arab countries severed economic and diplomatic links with Qatar but the Gulf state has so far managed to survive the effects of the blockade with little damage, a senior international analyst has said.

Qatar has managed impact of siege: IMF

Qatar has managed impact of siege: IMF

Considerable buffers and sound macroeconomic policies have helped Doha absorb shocks from lower hydrocarbon prices and the diplomatic rift with some countries in the region...