The U.S. has lifted the in-cabin ban on laptops and other large electronic devices on U.S.-bound flights from Dubai and Istanbul, Emirates, and Turkish Airlines.
CNBC's Willem Marx discusses the response of Qatar to the demands of Arab states, after it was accused of harboring terrorism.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports from Doha, Qatar, on the state's role in energy markets given a diplomatic dispute with nearby Arab countries.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports from Qatar on the state's continuing spat with other Arab nations, including comments from the Qatari Foreign minister.
Noha Aboueldahab from Brookings says Qatar might be flexible on some issues, but some demands, such as the closure of the Al Jazeera network, are non-negotiable.
Daniel Benaim from Center for American Progress says after meeting with Trump, the Saudi-led bloc felt they had an open field to pressure Qatar.
Qatar is likely to reject most demands put forward by Saudi Arabia and its allies, a former U.S. ambassador to the country said Tuesday.
Saudi Arabia and its allies have extended the deadline given to Qatar to comply with demands over a diplomatic freeze. Emily Hawthorne at Stratfor weighs in.
Four Arab states agreed to extend until late on Tuesday a deadline for Qatar to comply with a list of demands.
Trump spoke to leaders of Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi and Qatar to discuss his concerns about the dispute between Qatar and its neighbors.
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Offshore trade of the riyal has become increasingly volatile and illiquid as a result of the spat.
Tillerson agreed to work toward seeking a resolution to a Saudi Arabia-led effort to isolate Qatar, the gulf country’s foreign ministry said.
After a brief drop in Saudi oil exports in April and May, June crude loadings are back on the rise, according to ClipperData.
Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Egypt call for the closure of broadcaster Al-Jazeera
Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries that have cut ties to Qatar issued a steep list of demands to end a three-week diplomatic spat.
The US State Department questioned the motives of Saudi Arabia and the UAE for their boycott of Doha, saying it was "mystified".
Here's how Qatar can turn its currency woes into a weapon against its neighbors, owrites Breakingviews' Andy Critchlow.
This comes two weeks after some Gulf Arab states severed ties with Doha.
Cairo isn't worried about a financial fallout from its rift with Doha, Egypt's Minister of Finance Amr El-Garhy told CNBC on Friday.