In this Friday, June 16, 2017 photo, Qatar Airways planes are seen parked at the Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar.
The deadline for Qataris to leave neighboring Gulf Arab states came into effect on Monday as the diplomatic standoff persisted with no end in sight despite multiple efforts at mediation. "This isolation can take years".
Qatar's financial hub is looking beyond the Middle East and North Africa as the Saudi-led campaign to isolate the gas-rich Arab state threatens to dent regional business.
He added that Russia was one of the first countries to fight terrorist groups, adding that it had blacklisted the Brotherhood terrorist group through a decision by the Russian Supreme Court 10 years ago because of its terrorist acts and therefore supported the inclusion of this group on the banned list issued by the four countries, proposing coordination and coordination between them to fight terrorist groups and the drying up of their sources.
"It is unfortunate that our neighbours have chosen to invest their time and resources in a baseless propaganda campaign", Sheikh Saif Bin Ahmed al-Thani, director of Qatar's Government Communications Office, said in a statement on Monday, calling the terrorism accusations a "publicity stunt".
This state is weaponising jihadists and Islamists, it is using this as a weapon of influence, he added. "Why they didn't submit their demands yet?"
"A ship carrying 4,000 tons of aid is going to [Qatar] right now and then another ship carrying 11 tons of aid will also go", Nihat Zeybekci said during an iftar event in Istanbul. "We are starting to see risky spillovers already both in the broader region but also in Africa and in Asia, there are worrying signals", she said in Luxembourg.
But she added, after chairing talks between European Union foreign ministers in Luxembourg, that the problem must be resolved within the region and not by outside powers. "France, UK or the United States - they are strong allies of Qatar and we have a great deal of cooperation together in terms of military, defence, security, economically", said Sheikh Mohammed.
Also Monday, EU Foreign Affairs Chief Federica Mogherini called for a de-escalation of the crisis.
Experts fear the crisis could draw in other countries.
Qatar's government announces the arrival of the first group of Turkish soldiers to participate in joint drills.
Amnesty International has flagged the humanitarian cost of the crisis, warning it was "spreading fear" across the region.
They will certainly challenge Republicans to take some action now that they themselves have become the target of a crazed gunman . Hodgkinson continued to post blistering Facebook assessments of Mr Trump and the Republicans in charge in Washington .
"The vice president is focused entirely on his duties ... and looks forward to a swift conclusion of this matter", Agen said. He has represented Trump for years in civil matters, including a libel suit against a Trump biographer that was dismissed.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer , seen in 2014, wrote a farewell post to employees titled "Nostalgia, Gratitude & Optimism". The new company, which combines AOL and Yahoo brands such as HuffPost and Yahoo Finance, is called Oath .
Yet, contradictory signals from Washington are making the efforts at stabilizing the situation still more hard . Qataris say the deal demonstrates the "long-standing commitment" Qatar has to working with the U.S.
In response, Sessions claimed that the President's executive order is "well within his lawful authority to keep the nation safe". Under the revised ban, the policies were set to take effect on March 16, meaning they would expire this week.
Bailey worked as a Capitol police officer for nine years, according to his LinkedIn page, and previously worked for the U.S. Senator Mike Lee, a Utah Republican, texted Fox News to say that Mr Scalise had been shot in the hip and would survive.
The figures are based on the agency's own data and on numbers reported by governments and non-governmental organizations. It found an average of 20 people were driven out from their homes every minute a year ago , the refugee agency said.
The announcement to continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA , was made quietly late Thursday. The DAPA program, like the one for young immigrants, was created with a policy memo, not by legislation.
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Surrounded by North Korean guards, Warmbier delivered a highly scripted "confession" that appeared to have been written for him. Rodman told the news reporters that he has nothing to do with detained Americans on his trip to the secluded country.
Yanez never said he was sure he saw a gun, until he testified, Paulsen said. "And now they've been deprived of that role model". The mother of a black man fatally shot by a Minnesota police officer last July says her son shouldn't have died the way he did.
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