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Qatar foreign minister meets with Tilllerson as Gulf crisis persists

Tillerson agreed to work toward seeking a resolution to a Saudi Arabia-led effort to isolate Qatar, the gulf country’s foreign ministry said.

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Demands to Qatar suggest no scope of compromise: IHS

Firas Modad, analyst at IHS Markit, takes a look at the rising tensions in the Middle East, with specific comment on Qatar.

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Former American Airlines CEO 'baffled' by Qatar offer

Bob Crandall, Former American Airlines CEO, weighs in on Qatar Airlines' proposal to buy a stake in American Airlines and its possible impact on U.S. carriers to sustain their route systems.

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Amid Gulf blockade of Qatar, attempts to muzzle Al-Jazeera are likely to fail

Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Egypt call for the closure of broadcaster Al-Jazeera

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Qatar's neighbors issue steep list of demands to end crisis

Several Gulf countries including Saudi Arabia had snapped diplomatic ties to Qatar.

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AAL CEO took a different path: Cramer

The "Squawk on the Street" news crew chat about Qatar Airways' desire to buy a 10 percent stake in American Airlines.

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What's beyond Qatar's bid for a piece of American Air?

Seth Kaplan, Airline Weekly, weighs in on airline partnerships and Qatar Airways' desire to acquire ten-percent stake in American Airlines.

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Amid Gulf blockade of Qatar, attempts to muzzle Al-Jazeera are likely to fail

Qatar has been forging an independent foreign policy since the discovery of gas and a palace coup.

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Saudi Arabia's spat with Qatar just a distraction to protect the ruling family, political analyst says

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's biggest test will be whether or not he can satisfy the kingdom's appetite for jobs, say two experts.

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American Airlines CEO says Qatar proposal makes no sense

The suggestion was first raised by Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker two weeks ago when he approached Parker at an industry conference in Cancun, Mexico.

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