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Qatar files WTO complaint against trade boycott - Aljazeera.com

Qatar has filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization (WTO) to challenge a trade boycott by Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. By formally "requesting consultations" with the three countries, the first step in a trade dispute ...and more »

Qatar takes complaint of 'illegal siege' to WTO - Financial Times

Qatar has lodged a formal complaint with the World Trade Organisation against the “illegal siege” imposed by four Arab neighbours that have accused the Gulf state of sponsoring terrorism. The complaint, lodged with the WTO's dispute-settlement body, ...and more »

Qatar makes legal complaint to WTO over Gulf trade boycott - The Guardian

Doha makes formal complaint against 'coercive attempts at economic isolation' by Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and UAE. Reuters in Geneva. Mon 31 Jul 2017 13.33 EDT Last modified on Mon 31 Jul 2017 13.40 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share ...and more »

Gulf Crisis Exposes the Weakness of Trump's 'Unpredictability' - Chatham House

The US president's lack of interest in telegraphing his positions in advance may work in business, but it has a debilitating effect on policymaking. Jacob Parakilas. Dr Jacob Parakilas. Deputy Head, US and the Americas Programme. Peter Salisbury.and more »

Qatar accuses Saudi Arabia of politicising Hajj - Aljazeera.com

Qatar has accused Saudi Arabia of politicising the Hajj, claiming Riyadh has imposed restrictions on Qatari nationals planning to travel to Mecca for the annual Muslim pilgrimage. Qatar's National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) said on Saturday that ...and more »

Qatar condemns Saudi 'politicisation' of hajj pilgrimage - The New Arab

Qatar's religious authorities have condemned reports in Saudi media that Doha has suspended registration for the hajj pilgrimage. Tags: Qatar, Saudi Arabia, hajj, fake news, Gulf crisis. Qatar's religious authorities have condemned reports in Saudi ...and more »

Qatar Airways expected to access new flight routes - Aljazeera.com

Qatar Airways is expected to have access to three contingency routes over international waters in early August, after delegates at a UN-led meeting on Monday discussed air corridors for Doha following a rift with its neighbours. The closed-door meeting ...and more »

Gulf states say talks with Qatar are possible if demands are met - Deutsche Welle

Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates said on Sunday they were willing to hold discussions with Qatar to mend ties but only if it showed willingness to change course and comply with their demands. Foreign ministers of the four Arab ...and more »

Arab states refrain from waging more crippling sanctions against Qatar - Business Insider

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Four Arab states that cut ties with Qatar are refraining for now from imposing more punitive measures against the Gulf state. FILE PHOTO - Bahrain Foreign Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa speaks during the ...and more »

Arab states 'expected to impose more sanctions on Qatar' - The Independent

The four Arab states of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain are reportedly set to consider fresh economic sanctions on Qatar at a meeting in Manama, Bahrain's capital. The foreign ministers of the four countries are ...and more »