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Arab states may settle for 'fundamental change' at Al Jazeera rather than closure as price of lifting Qatar embargo

From Press Gazette
Posted 14 July 2017, 6.30am edt

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Qatar-based TV network Al Jazeera appears to be moving out of danger after the United Arab Emirates indicated that it no longer wanted the channel to close. The closure of Al Jazeera, and it affiliates, was one of 13 demands issued by Egypt, Saudi Ar...


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