Original texts and voice mails, obtained by the BBC, revealed that Qatar might have sent more than $1 billion to “terrorists” as ransom.
Qatari opposition figure Mona al-Sulaiti said that the Arab quartet boycott did not fully stop Qatar from supporting terrorism.
The Turkish ambassador to Doha said that the trade volume between Qatar and Turkey increased by over 46 percent by the end of 2017 to reach $1.3 billion.
The total number of visitors from Arab countries to Qatar has declined by about 81.3 percent in the first quarter of 2018, compared to the first quarter of 2017
Yasser Abu-Hilalah announced Thursday resigning from his seat as the general manager of Qatari Al-Jazeera Arabic.
Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) repatriated $20 billion to the country to back Qatari banks during the ongoing diplomatic crisis, Bloomberg reported.
UAE lodged a complaint at the UN ICAO against Qatar for violating Bahraini airspace and jeopardizing a UAE civilian aircraft.
UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Gargash said Thursday that the terror list Qatar has issued proves Qatari support for terrorism.
Qatar placed Thursday 19 individuals and eight entities, including the Islamic State's (IS) "Sinai Province", on the terror list.
“The Qatari complaint about the UAE's violation of its airspace is incorrect and confusing. We are working to respond to it officially with evidence,” Gargash said.
Saudi authorities ‘permanently’ shut the Salwa crossing that links Saudi Arabia with Qatar, press reported.
Ordinary Qataris are negatively affected by the Arab boycott imposed by Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.
The website claimed that Qatar allocated the $90 million to launch online campaigns against the Arab Quartet.
Qatar signed a €6 billion (about $7 billion) deal to purchase 24 Typhoon fighters from Britain, BBC reported Sunday.
An Indian driver who works in Doha has alleged that he was beaten by his Qatari employer for returning work late after his leave, according to Indian Express.
Raytheon Co. will install a “Patriot” air defense system for the Qatari army, with the permission of the Pentagon, according to a press release.
There are no exit from this dark tunnel of terrorism without a collective consensus that prevents any party whatsoever to disrupt regional and international efforts.
On Sunday, Egyptian MPs called on the Security Council and the international community to take immediate actions against Qatar.
Mohammed bin Abdullah al-Zulfa, a member of the Consultative Assembly of Saudi Arabia, blamed Qatar, Iran and Turkey for the attack on Arish mosque.
Qatar specified 75 million riyals to carry out a series of terror attacks inside the UAE and Saudi Arabia.