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United States report claims UAE government started Qatar crisis with fake news

United States report claims UAE government started Qatar crisis with fake news

The Washington Post on Sunday released a report citing us intelligence officials that said the UAE orchestrated the hacking in late May that sparked ongoing turmoil between Qatar and its regional neighbors. Qatar - which shares its only land border with Saudi Arabia - has rejected accusations it supports terrorism, calling them "unjustified" and "baseless".


North Korea war would leave '64000 dead in first THREE HOURS'

North Korea war would leave '64000 dead in first THREE HOURS'

New South Korean President Moon Jae-in is a proponent of dialogue, and last week said the need for talks to halt Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs was more pressing than ever. Seoul said it is willing to pay the money, the first time any such request is being considered since the North's last nuclear test carried in January previous year.



Big 12 wants to be a player in College Football Playoff

Bowlsby does not expect the conference's assessment of Baylor to conclude before the 2017 football season begins, he said. The addition of the Big 12's championship game could give league members a boost of approximately $3 million per year.


USA outlines roadmap for NAFTA overhaul

USA outlines roadmap for NAFTA overhaul

President Donald Trump's biggest beef with the treaty. Matt Blunt, president of the American Automotive Policy Council, a group representing USA automakers, welcomed the decision to include objectives on the removal of regulatory barriers and the provision on currency manipulation.


Alleged UAE hacking 'unfortunate,' violation of law

Alleged UAE hacking 'unfortunate,' violation of law

The Washington Post newspaper is reporting that new intelligence reveals the UAE government meeting to discuss the hacking plot and its execution on 23 May. Intelligence officials said their working theory since the Qatar hacks has been that Saudi Arabia , the UAE, Egypt or some combination of those countries were involved.


United Arab Emirates Hacked Qatar, Sparking Gulf Crisis

United Arab Emirates Hacked Qatar, Sparking Gulf Crisis

Few in the administration were thrilled to see the president disown a longtime US ally over Twitter (Jared Kushner, whose family had recently been jilted by a major Qatari investor, was an exception ). Gargash's speech in London appeared to question Qatar's future in the GCC. The statements caused a diplomatic crisis in the region when the UAE, along with Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Bahrain said the country supported terrorism.