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In this Wednesday, June 7, 2017 photo released by Kuwait News Agency, KUNA, Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah, left, holds the hand of Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Doha, Qatar. Security Council to investigate reports that Qatar "paid up to

In this Wednesday, June 7, 2017 photo released by Kuwait News Agency, KUNA, Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah, left, holds the hand of Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Doha, Qatar. Security Council to investigate reports that Qatar "paid up to $1 billion to a terrorist group active in Iraq" to free 26 hostages including members of its royal family, which would violate U. The AP reported a week before the release that a Qatari ruling family member paid $2 million, in an effort involving hackers, to secure the release of the hostages. Sheikh Mohammed said Qatar would not shut down its Al-Jazeera news network, adding: "If anyone thinks they are going to impose anything on my internal affairs or my internal issues, this is not going to happen."He also said Qatar's ruling emir will not leave the country while it is "in blockade," so he can't attend an offered mediation by U. Responding to questions from lawmakers on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour said he expected Gulf Arab states to overcome the crisis given the "strong relations and blood ties" between them.Kuwait's emir traveled to Qatar to help mediate an end to a crisis that's seen Arab nations cut ties to the energy-rich nation home to a major U. military base, though Emirati officials warned there was "nothing to negotiate." (KUNA via AP)DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The latest on the Gulf crisis after Saudi Arabia and other nations cut ties to Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism (all times local): p.m. Moustafa said if Qatar paid ransom to a group linked to Islamic State militants, it would be "a clear support to terrorism" and would "definitely have a negative bearing on counterterrorism efforts on the ground."___ p.m. Sudan, which has close political and economic ties to Qatar, has expressed concern over "the regretful development between brotherly Arab states." It also offered to mediate to defuse tensions, according to its state news agency. Several people with knowledge of negotiations which led to their release on April 22 told The Associated Press that the talks were probably the region's most complex and sensitive hostage deal. The other countries accuse Qatar of supporting regional terrorist groups, allegations denied by Doha. Sudan says it will not take sides in the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf amid calls from Sudanese lawmakers to back Qatar, its oil-rich ally, against Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries. 16, 2015 from a desert camp for falcon hunters in southern Iraq. preference is for the countries involved in the crisis to resolve it amongst themselves. Qatar's top diplomat says no one gave Arab nations the right to "blockade" his energy-rich country, and that the campaign by Saudi Arabia and its allies to isolate Qatar is based on "false and fabricated news."Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani struck a defiant tone three days after Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and other nations cut diplomatic ties as well as air, land and sea access to his nation.An agreement between an employer and worker, whether of a definite or indefinite duration, whereby the worker undertakes to perform a certain work for the employer, under his direction or supervision in return for a wage.History The first evidence of human inhabitants in the Qatar Peninsula is dated back to 10,000-8,000 BC.

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In this Wednesday, June 7, 2017 photo released by Kuwait News Agency, KUNA, Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah, left, holds the hand of Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Doha, Qatar. Security Council to investigate reports that Qatar "paid up to $1 billion to a terrorist group active in Iraq" to free 26 hostages including members of its royal family, which would violate U. The AP reported a week before the release that a Qatari ruling family member paid $2 million, in an effort involving hackers, to secure the release of the hostages. Sheikh Mohammed said Qatar would not shut down its Al-Jazeera news network, adding: "If anyone thinks they are going to impose anything on my internal affairs or my internal issues, this is not going to happen."He also said Qatar's ruling emir will not leave the country while it is "in blockade," so he can't attend an offered mediation by U. Responding to questions from lawmakers on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour said he expected Gulf Arab states to overcome the crisis given the "strong relations and blood ties" between them.

Kuwait's emir traveled to Qatar to help mediate an end to a crisis that's seen Arab nations cut ties to the energy-rich nation home to a major U. military base, though Emirati officials warned there was "nothing to negotiate." (KUNA via AP)DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The latest on the Gulf crisis after Saudi Arabia and other nations cut ties to Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism (all times local): p.m. Moustafa said if Qatar paid ransom to a group linked to Islamic State militants, it would be "a clear support to terrorism" and would "definitely have a negative bearing on counterterrorism efforts on the ground."___ p.m. Sudan, which has close political and economic ties to Qatar, has expressed concern over "the regretful development between brotherly Arab states." It also offered to mediate to defuse tensions, according to its state news agency.

Several people with knowledge of negotiations which led to their release on April 22 told The Associated Press that the talks were probably the region's most complex and sensitive hostage deal. The other countries accuse Qatar of supporting regional terrorist groups, allegations denied by Doha. Sudan says it will not take sides in the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf amid calls from Sudanese lawmakers to back Qatar, its oil-rich ally, against Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries.

billion to a terrorist group active in Iraq" to free 26 hostages including members of its royal family, which would violate U. The AP reported a week before the release that a Qatari ruling family member paid million, in an effort involving hackers, to secure the release of the hostages. Sheikh Mohammed said Qatar would not shut down its Al-Jazeera news network, adding: "If anyone thinks they are going to impose anything on my internal affairs or my internal issues, this is not going to happen."He also said Qatar's ruling emir will not leave the country while it is "in blockade," so he can't attend an offered mediation by U. Responding to questions from lawmakers on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour said he expected Gulf Arab states to overcome the crisis given the "strong relations and blood ties" between them.

Kuwait's emir traveled to Qatar to help mediate an end to a crisis that's seen Arab nations cut ties to the energy-rich nation home to a major U. military base, though Emirati officials warned there was "nothing to negotiate." (KUNA via AP)DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The latest on the Gulf crisis after Saudi Arabia and other nations cut ties to Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism (all times local): p.m. Moustafa said if Qatar paid ransom to a group linked to Islamic State militants, it would be "a clear support to terrorism" and would "definitely have a negative bearing on counterterrorism efforts on the ground."___ p.m. Sudan, which has close political and economic ties to Qatar, has expressed concern over "the regretful development between brotherly Arab states." It also offered to mediate to defuse tensions, according to its state news agency.

Several people with knowledge of negotiations which led to their release on April 22 told The Associated Press that the talks were probably the region's most complex and sensitive hostage deal. The other countries accuse Qatar of supporting regional terrorist groups, allegations denied by Doha. Sudan says it will not take sides in the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf amid calls from Sudanese lawmakers to back Qatar, its oil-rich ally, against Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries.

The hefty ransom reportedly secured the release of 26 members of a falconry party (pictured above), which included some members of Qatar's royal family The biggest diplomatic crisis in the Persian Gulf region since the 1991 US-led war against Iraq pits several nations against Qatar, which is home to some 10,000 American troops and a major US military base.By Tom Finn and Sylvia Westall DOHA/DUBAI (Reuters) - Qatar's ruler postponed an address to his country on Tuesday over its sudden and damaging diplomatic isolation from other leading Arab nations, in order to allow Kuwait some time and room to mediate.In a sign of the potential consequences for the Qatari economy, a number of banks in the region began stepping back from business dealings with Qatar. Qatar has already indicated its emir wouldn't be able to travel to the U. Nauert says that Tillerson was speaking with the White House on Thursday about the U. Al Jazeera says on its website that its digital properties are under "systemic and continual hacking attempts."The Al-Jazeera website appeared to be operating normally in New York. Tillerson has experience in Saudi Arabia and other countries involved in the dispute from his time as the former Exxon Mobil CEO. The Qatar-based satellite news network Al-Jazeera says it is under cyberattack on "all systems."The network tweeted about the attack Thursday, three days after Saudi Arabia and its allies severed ties with Qatar and cut off land, sea and air routes to the Gulf nation.

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