AFRICA QATAR

Sheikh Tamim tries to build alliances in Africa with his brother-in-law's troop carriers

The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim, is trying to wean Mali, Burkina Faso and Somalia off their dependence on Saudi Arabia by supplying their armies with armoured vehicles produced by young Qatari company Stark Motors… which is owned by his brother-in-law Abdulhadi Mana Al Hajri. [...] (1680 words)
Issue dated 03/06/2019 Reading time 7 minutes
Armoured Storm Vehicles assembled by qatari firm Stark Motors delivery in Burkina Faso, May 9, 2019
Armoured Storm Vehicles assembled by qatari firm Stark Motors delivery in Burkina Faso, May 9, 2019 © Ministry of Defense of Qatar/Twitter
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