Morocco failed to declare its anti-LGBT law flouting new policies incorporated into world soccer statutes in 2013 as scrutiny of human rights mounted in Russia and 2022 World Cup host Qatar
Qatar is an oil and gas-rich monarchy in the Persian Gulf. On June 5th, 2017, Four Arab nations cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, further deepening a rift between Gulf Arab nations over Qatar's support for Islamist groups. Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates announced they would withdraw their diplomatic staff from Qatar due to repeated offenses of failing to help protect Saudi Arabia from extremism and terrorists.
Plan is popular with Erik Prince, founder of paramilitary company Blackwater, who said he was contacted by Arab officials
Electronic warfare suppression, a decoy battle group in the Mediterranean and never-before-used stealth missiles were all part of the attack
U.S. president says leader 'buys a lot of equipment from us,' two countries 'working very well together'
As Trump Meets Qatari Leader, Top GOP Fundraiser Accuses Qatar of ‘Cyberespionage Campaign on U.S. Soil’
American-Jewish millionaire Elliott Broidy, who raised millions for Trump’s presidential run, alleges he is the victim of smear campaign due to his criticism of Qatar, and is suing the Emirate for allegedly stealing his private information
Saudi Arabia is reportedly planning to turn the peninsula-nation into an island by transforming its only land border into a military zone and nuclear waste site
Qatar has been under siege since early June, when the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and its other neighbors severed ties over claims the small, gas-rich monarchy was funding terrorism
France, traditionally a major arms supplier of the Saudis, dismissed questions about big arms contracts during this trip
Abu Dhabi accused Qatar of 'provocative action' after jets allegedly flew dangerously close to civilian planes
Dubai is home to the world’s busiest airport for international travel