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Qatar's emir: Siege countries do not want end to crisis
Qatar's emir said a Saudi-led bloc that has imposed a land, sea and air blockade on his country have no desire to end the crisis in the Persian Gulf.
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.
Yemenis slam Saudi aggression, siege
Tens of thousands of Yemeni people have once again staged a protest in condemnation of the ongoing Saudi aggression and blockade of their impoverished nation.
Yemeni people protest Saudi war, siege
People have taken to the streets in a port city in southern Yemen to condemn the Saudi aggression as well as a siege that is preventing fuel and food from entering Yemeni cities.
Gaza on verge of humanitarian crisis over Israeli siege
The Palestinian Health Ministry has warned of a humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip due to Israel's crippling blockade on the impoverished coastal enclave.
UNRWA calls Gaza situation critical, urges lifting siege
United Nations Relief and Work Agency (UNRWA) has described the situation in the besieged Gaza Strip as “critical,” urging the lifting of the Israeli blockade on the territory.
Australia to curb immigration after Sydney siege
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott says his country needs to reconsider its immigration laws in reaction to the deadly siege in Sydney last December.
UN official calls for lifting Israel’s Gaza Strip siege
The UN coordinator for humanitarian affairs in the Palestinian territories has called for the lifting of the Israeli siege on the Gaza Strip.
Iraq breaks siege on main oil refinery
Iraqi army forces have broken the siege on the country’s main oil refinery in the restive Salahuddin province where security forces are fighting the ISIL Takfiri terrorists.
Iraq breaks months-long Amerli siege
Iraqi forces broke through to the terrorist-besieged town of Amerli on Sunday, where thousands of people have been trapped for more than two months with dwindling food and water supplies.

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