Al Awwad explained that Qatar has supported accounts calling for demonstrations in Saudi Arabia on April 21 and on June 2, during Ramadan, "and luckily, these plots failed".
Meanwhile, Jarallah mentioned that his meeting with British Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa Alistair Burt earlier was "positive" and "beneficial" for both sides, adding that it addressed the ongoing Gulf dispute and Britain's support of the Kuwaiti efforts to contain and end the dispute.
Qatar has announced the formation of a committee to pursue compensation potentially worth billions of dollars for damages stemming from the blockade imposed by Saudi Arabia and its allies in the Gulf crisis.
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Even when Azarenka was serving for the match at 5-4, Watson showed plenty of heart to claw herself two break points. Williams overpowered the youngster in the tie-break, though, coming from 3-0 down with seven unanswered points.
On June 22, they issued a 13-point list of demands, including downgrading ties with Iran and shutting down broadcaster Al Jazeera, as a prerequisite to lift the sanctions, which include the closure of Qatar's only land border and suspension of all flights to and from the country.
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It said its position on terrorism "is consistent and known for its rejection and condemnation of all forms of terrorism whatever the causes and motives are".
Hamburg - Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir held talks on Saturday with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on joint efforts to combat terrorism and extremism, as well as regional and global developments.
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A year ago the race was won by Hamilton from pole position, who also set the fastest lap at 1 minute 8.4 seconds. "I'm sure Lewis (Hamilton ) still has a lot of time to come back and get points for the team".
Marri added that potential plaintiffs such as Qatar Airways, banks or individuals, including Qatari students, who have been expelled from the countries where they were studying, would be able to file claims over the "siege" in Qatari courts or those overseas, including in Paris and London.
Several countries, including the United States, have urged the Arab states to resolve their differences.
Next week, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is also expected to travel to Kuwait to further push for a resolution to the rapidly escalating crisis. He is expected to visit Qatar and Kuwait during his trip.
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The rewards of music's digital-streaming renaissance are unevenly spread. Past year the company warned that it may run out of cash. A very healthy growth is observed since two years.
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