UPDATE 1-UAE official says Turkish base in Qatar destabilises region

Source: Daily Mail Online - View Original Article
Published: Oct 11, 2020
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100% Conservative


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This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 100% Conservative:

  • 1 negative sentiment for United Nations
  • 1 negative sentiment for Iran


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91% "Abu Dhabi and Ankara also back opposing sides in Libya's conflict.""
89% "It reinforces polarisation, and it does not take into account the sovereignty of states and the interests of the Gulf countries and its people.""
79% "DUBAI, Oct 11 (Reuters) -""
73% "On Sept. 9, the State Department's top diplomat for the Middle East, David Schenker, said there may be some progress in resolving the rift ..."
67% "(Reporting by Hesham Abdul Khalek in Cairo and Gulf bureau; Editing by Andrew Cawthorne and Clarence Fernandez)""
-53% "Riyadh's former intelligence chief, in televised remarks this month, described Qatar as a tick on a camel.""
-60% "Turkey's army in Qatar is an element of instability in the Gulf region, a senior official of the United Arab Emirates has said, adding ..."
-67% "The UAE and its Arab allies have imposed a boycott on Qatar since mid-2017 and had demanded that Doha close a Turkish military base, ..."
-86% "Diplomats and Gulf sources have confirmed talks between Riyadh and Doha after negotiations that broke down early this year, but there have been no ..."
-94% "The United States, seeking a united Gulf front against Iran, has tried to resolve the row in which Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and ..."

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

6% : The United States, seeking a united Gulf front against Iran, has tried to resolve the row in which Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and non-Gulf Egypt severed political, trade and travel links with Qatar over accusations that it backs militants and is cosying up to regional foe Iran.
5% : In a recent documentary on Al Jazeera television, Qatar's state minister for defence accused boycotting nations of having planned to invade Qatar, a charge they have denied in the past.
91% : Abu Dhabi and Ankara also back opposing sides in Libya's conflict.
89% : "It reinforces polarisation, and it does not take into account the sovereignty of states and the interests of the Gulf countries and its people."
79% : DUBAI, Oct 11 (Reuters) -
73% : On Sept. 9, the State Department's top diplomat for the Middle East, David Schenker, said there may be some progress in resolving the rift within weeks, citing signs of "flexibility in negotiations", ahead of U.S. elections.
67% : (Reporting by Hesham Abdul Khalek in Cairo and Gulf bureau; Editing by Andrew Cawthorne and Clarence Fernandez)
47% : "The Turkish military presence in the Arab Gulf is an emergency," Anwar Gargash, the UAE's state minister for foreign affairs, said on Twitter on Saturday.
47% : Riyadh's former intelligence chief, in televised remarks this month, described Qatar as a "tick on a camel".
40% : Turkey's army in Qatar is an element of instability in the Gulf region, a senior official of the United Arab Emirates has said, adding that it contributed to negative polarisation.
33% : The UAE and its Arab allies have imposed a boycott on Qatar since mid-2017 and had demanded that Doha close a Turkish military base, among their conditions for ending the rift.
14% : Diplomats and Gulf sources have confirmed talks between Riyadh and Doha after negotiations that broke down early this year, but there have been no signs yet of a breakthrough.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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