Bahrain opposition leader calls for UN probe into protest deaths BlackHouse, Jun. 02 – Al-Wefaq leader says international community has ‘legal and moral obligations’ to provide protection for anti-government protesters.  The acting leader of Bahrain’s opposition has called for a UN investigation in the kingdom following the killing of... http://blackhouse.info/bahrain-opposition-leader-calls-for-un-probe-into-protest-deaths/

Bahrain opposition leader calls for UN probe into protest deaths BlackHouse, Jun. 02 – Al-Wefaq leader says international community has ‘legal and moral obligations’ to provide protection for anti-government protesters. The acting leader of Bahrain’s opposition has called for a UN investigation in the kingdom following the killing of... http://blackhouse.info/bahrain-opposition-leader-calls-for-un-probe-into-protest-deaths/

Bahrain Islamic awakening will still continue BlackHouse, May 27 – The uprisings of people in Bahrain have fallen victim to the double-standard policies of the western so-called defenders of democracy.  Western governments and media try not to cover the demonstrations of Bahraini people as if nothing has happened in this countries.... http://blackhouse.info/bahrain-islamic-awakening-will-still-continue/

Bahrain Islamic awakening will still continue BlackHouse, May 27 – The uprisings of people in Bahrain have fallen victim to the double-standard policies of the western so-called defenders of democracy. Western governments and media try not to cover the demonstrations of Bahraini people as if nothing has happened in this countries.... http://blackhouse.info/bahrain-islamic-awakening-will-still-continue/

Qatars financial markets stabilized on Monday after a week of losses as the government showed it could keep the economy running in the face of sanctions by its neighbours led by Saudi Arabia.  The finance minister of the worlds richest country per capita played down the economic toll of the confrontation and said the government was extremely comfortable with its financial position with the resources to endure the pressure.  Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Bahrain and Egypt cut…

Qatars financial markets stabilized on Monday after a week of losses as the government showed it could keep the economy running in the face of sanctions by its neighbours led by Saudi Arabia. The finance minister of the worlds richest country per capita played down the economic toll of the confrontation and said the government was extremely comfortable with its financial position with the resources to endure the pressure. Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Bahrain and Egypt cut…

Yesterday morning, the world woke up to some shocking news: The governments of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, and the Maldives declared that they had severed diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorist groups. And as we’ve come to know well given recent current events, politics and travel are inextricably linked. So, shortly after the news broke, travelers were already beginning to be impacted. According to Al Jazeera, the aforementioned…

Yesterday morning, the world woke up to some shocking news: The governments of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, and the Maldives declared that they had severed diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorist groups. And as we’ve come to know well given recent current events, politics and travel are inextricably linked. So, shortly after the news broke, travelers were already beginning to be impacted. According to Al Jazeera, the aforementioned…

Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Egypt, the eastern government of Libya and the Maldives just severed ties with Qatar over terror funding.

Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Egypt, the eastern government of Libya and the Maldives just severed ties with Qatar over terror funding.

Qatar ‘extremely comfortable’ despite sanctions, markets stabilise http://betiforexcom.livejournal.com/24894157.html  Qatar’s financial markets stabilised on Monday after a week of losses as the government showed it could keep the economy running in the face of sanctions by its neighbours. The finance minister of the world’s richest country per capita played down the economic toll of the confrontation, and said the government was “extremely comfortable” with its financial position, with the…

Qatar ‘extremely comfortable’ despite sanctions, markets stabilise http://betiforexcom.livejournal.com/24894157.html Qatar’s financial markets stabilised on Monday after a week of losses as the government showed it could keep the economy running in the face of sanctions by its neighbours. The finance minister of the world’s richest country per capita played down the economic toll of the confrontation, and said the government was “extremely comfortable” with its financial position, with the…

Russia, Egypt discuss crisis situations in Middle East region. “They discussed substantially issues concerning the development of bilateral cooperation in different sectors, as well as crisis situations in the Middle East and in North Africa,” the report says, adding that the presidents agreed to continue contacts.  On Monday, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, as well as Yemen, the interim government of Libya, the Republic of Mauritius announced cutting ties with Qatar.

Russia, Egypt discuss crisis situations in Middle East region. “They discussed substantially issues concerning the development of bilateral cooperation in different sectors, as well as crisis situations in the Middle East and in North Africa,” the report says, adding that the presidents agreed to continue contacts. On Monday, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, as well as Yemen, the interim government of Libya, the Republic of Mauritius announced cutting ties with Qatar.

Qatar thanks Turkey for food help http://betiforexcom.livejournal.com/24836559.html  A Qatari official on Sunday voiced his appreciation for Turkey providing his nation with needed food. “We thank the Turkish government and citizens for their help. We will never forget this support,” Saleh bin Mohammed Bin Hamad Al Sharqi, head of the Qatar Chamber of Commerce, told Anadolu Agency in his office in the capital Doha. Calling Turkey a “true friend,” Al Sharqi said it was extending the greatest…

Qatar thanks Turkey for food help http://betiforexcom.livejournal.com/24836559.html A Qatari official on Sunday voiced his appreciation for Turkey providing his nation with needed food. “We thank the Turkish government and citizens for their help. We will never forget this support,” Saleh bin Mohammed Bin Hamad Al Sharqi, head of the Qatar Chamber of Commerce, told Anadolu Agency in his office in the capital Doha. Calling Turkey a “true friend,” Al Sharqi said it was extending the greatest…

Mauritanian parties urge govt not to cut ties with Doha http://betiforexcom.livejournal.com/24715153.html  Several Mauritanian opposition parties on Thursday called on the government to reverse its decision to cut diplomatic ties with Qatar. In a statement, Mauritania’s National Forum for Democracy and Unity, which includes 14 opposition parties, voiced its rejection of what it described as “the subordination of Mauritania’s sovereignty and the independence of its decision-making to policies…

Mauritanian parties urge govt not to cut ties with Doha http://betiforexcom.livejournal.com/24715153.html Several Mauritanian opposition parties on Thursday called on the government to reverse its decision to cut diplomatic ties with Qatar. In a statement, Mauritania’s National Forum for Democracy and Unity, which includes 14 opposition parties, voiced its rejection of what it described as “the subordination of Mauritania’s sovereignty and the independence of its decision-making to policies…

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