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Qatar slams quartet of blockaders for making ‘conflicting statements’
Qatar has slammed the Saudi-led quartet of boycotters for their “disorganized” conduct and “conflicting statements” after they apparently backed down from a number of the terms on their list of demands aimed at ending the dispute with Doha.
Gulf crisis: Arab nations urge Qatar to accept 6 principles to combat extremism
The six Arab countries who last month cut ties with Qatar are reported to have written to world football’s governing body, FIFA, to demand the Gulf state be stripped of hosting the 2022 World Cup because they consider it a “base of terrorism”.
Egypt to deny Qataris visa-free entry
Egypt, which has joined a Saudi-led bloc of states in boycotting Qatar, says it will end a visa-free regime with the country and will continue to require that Doha meet the 13 demands the bloc has given it.
Doha says US media report showed UAE attack on Qatar's news agency
Doha says it regards as true an American media report that points the finger of blame at the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the alleged hacking of Qatar’s state news agency in late May.
PGCC may be about to eject member Qatar
The regional grouping of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) may well be on its way to excommunicating member state Qatar, as political tectonic plates seem to be widening the bitter divide.
France wades into Qatar row, urges end to punitive measures
France's Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Saturday called on Qatar's neighbors to immediately lift measures impacting thousands of people in the Persian Gulf, becoming the latest foreign diplomat to visit the region and attempt to find a resolution to a crisis that has dragged on for more than a month.
Ankara, Doha insist Turkish base will stay in Qatar
Turkey and Qatar on Friday insisted Ankara would keep a new military base in the emirate, rejecting demands from other Persian Gulf countries for the facility to be closed.
Visiting Doha, Tillerson calls Qatari position 'reasonable'
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters in the Qatari capital Doha on Tuesday it had "reasonable" views in the month-old diplomatic crisis with Arab neighbors.
EU warns PGCC may fall apart amid Qatar dispute
The European Union (EU) has warned that the Arab regional grouping of the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) might collapse as a result of the current diplomatic dispute among its member states.
Erdogan plans regional tour to help resolve Qatar row
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he may travel to several regional countries to help resolve a crisis revolving around Qatar, even as he has disturbed some of those countries by resolutely taking Doha’s side.
Qatar seeks 'siege' compensation for firms, citizens
Qatar on Sunday announced it was establishing a committee to pursue compensation claims potentially worth billions of dollars over the country's "blockade" by Persian Gulf states.
Qatar rejects Saudi-led bloc’s new claims
Qatar has rejected new claims by a Saudi-led bloc of countries that it finances terrorism and intervenes in their internal affairs.
Qatar rejects to ‘surrender its sovereignty’, four Arab states vow new measures
Saudi Arabia and its allies promised new measures against Qatar, after the emirate refused their illogical demands, calling the demands surrender of its sovereignty.
Erdogan: Saudi list of demands from Qatar not acceptable
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has stressed that his country will remain loyal to Qatar and that a list of demands by Saudi Arabia and its allies from the Persian Gulf country are under no circumstances acceptable.

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