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F1 fact-finding report finds “NO indication of any problems” in Bahrain | The Cable

F1 fact-finding report finds "NO indication of any problems" in Bahrain | The CableBlake Hounshell at Foreign Policy's The Cable blog discusses F1’s decision to reinstate the Bahrain Grand Prix for later this year. Specifically, he looks...

Ambassador: Arab Spring brings Qatar closer to US

Ambassador: Arab Spring brings Qatar closer to USUS ambassador Joseph LeBaron, who will finish his tenure in Qatar next month, has praised the country for its involvement in the revolutions that have rocked the...

Following brief stay in Qatar, reported Libyan rape victim to relocate to US

The saga may wind down for reported rape victim Eman al-Obeidy, who has left Libya and fled to Malta, CNN reports. From there, she will go to a processing center in Europe before finally relocating...

CNN: Help Obeidy out of Libya

CNN: Help Obeidy out of LibyaIn an opinion piece for CNN, Bill Frelick, refugees director for Human Rights Watch (HRW), calls for international support to get suspected rape victim Eman al-Obeidy out of Libya and into a safe...

IMF “pressuring” Qatar to introduce taxes

IMF "pressuring" Qatar to introduce taxes Reports the Peninsula newspaper: DOHA: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is putting pressure on Qatar to impose taxes but the country has been reluctant since a tax regime would mean...

Qatar one step closer to new media law

The State Cabinet has approved a draft of the proposed new media law, which will likely be issued after it is ratified, state news agency QNA has reported. The new media law has gotten a...
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