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Qatar says demands are ‘made to be rejected’

By Reuters
02 July 2017   |   2:00 pm
Demands made of Qatar by four other Arab states were designed to be rejected, Doha's foreign minister said on Saturday, explaining that their ultimatum was aimed not at tackling terrorism but at curtailing his country's sovereignty.

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