Thursday, January 20, 2022


Women to sue Qatar over invasive airport searches

Women on 10 Qatar Airways flights from Doha, including 13 Australians, were subjected to the examinations late last year as authorities searched for the mother of a newborn found abandoned in an airport bathroom.

Rakyat terkandas di Afghanistan, India mula runding dengan Taliban

Setakat ini, tidak diketahui berapa ramai rakyat India masih berada di Afghanistan.

Kerajaan tawar Qatar jadikan Malaysia hab perdagangan di Asean

Ia termasuk dalam beberapa cadangan lain yang daripada Menteri Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri Mohamed Azmin Ali yang mengetuai misi mempromosi Malaysia sebagai destinasi pelaburan negara itu.

Malaysia offers itself as trading hub for cash-rich Qatar

This is among several proposals by senior minister Mohamed Azmin Ali who is leading a trade mission to the sheikhdom.

Only vaccinated fans will be allowed at football World Cup 2022

Authorities say that all matches will be held with stadiums at full spectator capacity.

Bikinis now fine for beach volleyball tourney in Doha after Qatar reconsiders

Doha at first asked female players to wear long shirts and trousers instead of bikinis for the event.

Saudi Arabia, Gulf neighbours launch new restrictions as virus surges after New Year fun

Despite having some of the highest per capita vaccination rates in the world, health professionals are warning that the surge may be an early indicator of a second wave.

Negara Teluk berdamai dengan Qatar

Arab Saudi, Emiriah Arab Bersatu, Bahrain dan Mesir telah memulihkan hubungan diplomatik sepenuhnya dengan Qatar.

Saudi ends Qatar blockade after ‘pressure from Trump White House’

The move to reopen borders comes ahead of a summit of the Gulf Co-operation Council being held in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday.

Qatar to prosecute those behind invasive airport searches

Qatar government also reiterates its apology for the invasive gynaecological searches of women passengers at Doha airport.

Qatar faces scrutiny after women ‘forcibly examined’

Qatar's government has yet to address the airport allegations, despite a furious rebuke by Australia's Foreign Minister Marise Payne.

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