WHO says 4 new cases of SARS-like virus found in Saudi, Qatar - A new virus from the same family as SARS which was discovered and sparked a global alert in September has now killed two people in Saudi Arabia and Qatar and the total number of cases has risen to six, the World Health Organisation said on Friday.
Strikes, Protests & Travel Delays
Car Bomb Attack Hits Somali Capital - VOA
May 05, 2013
| Google Alerts - bombing The bombing in the busy K4 neighborhood in the capital targeted a convoy carrying a delegation visiting from Qatar. Police say the officials escaped unharmed, while bystanders...
Nutter hoping to strike right chords with Qatar
February 10, 2013
| Google Alerts - strike Nutter hoping to strike right chords with Qatar. SEAN COLLINS WALSH, Daily News Staff Writer walshSE@phillynews.com, 215 - 854 - 4172. Posted: Sunday, February 10, 2013, 3...
Qatar permits rare protest for workers' rights
December 01, 2012
| Google Alerts - protest DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar permitted a rare protest for workers' rights on Saturday at a government-approved rally of about 300 activists demanding action to combat climate change...
Syria Parries Israel With Verbal Strike
January 31, 2013
| Google Alerts - strike The government characterized the strike as the latest in a conspiracy against Damascus by the Jewish state, the West and regional states including Qatar and Turkey who support...
Bomb Hits Damascus Hotel as Rebel Blocs Meet in Qatar
November 04, 2012
| Google Alerts - bombing Security in the Syrian capital city of Damascus took another blow today, when rebels detonated a bomb in front of a major hotel in the same district as several major military and...
Syria: no place for back- seat drivers | Editorial
May 20, 2013
| World news | guardian.co.uk A further cleavage has opened between Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Jordan, on the one side $all determined not to let the Islamists of the Muslim Brotherhood gain control of Syria $and Qatar ...
' We can't negotiate with fragmented rebels'
May 18, 2013
| World news | guardian.co.uk Assad again blamed Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey for driving the insurgency, insisting that ending such support for the opposition must be a priority if the summit goes ahead....
Saudi Arabian woman in historic Mount Everest climb
May 18, 2013
| World news | guardian.co.uk The'' Arabs with Altitude'' group includes Mohammed Al Thani, a member of Qatar's royal family; Raed Zidan, a Palestinian property businessman and Masoud Mohammad, an...