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Qataris cross Saudi border for the first time since feud

By AFP
17 January 2021   |   11:07 am
Qataris are seen crossing the Abu Samrah border into Saudi Arabia after the two Gulf states reopened their land border, as they restore ties following a landmark deal to end a three and a half year rift.

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