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UN: 1,310 dead in Yemen cholera epidemic

UN's World Health Organization also warns that as many as 300,000 people could be infected by the end of August.

Yemen cholera epidemic

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Journalist Veronique Robert dies of Mosul blast wounds

France Television says Robert died from wounds suffered in a landmine blast that killed two of her colleagues in Mosul.

Veronique Robert

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Gargash: Gulf states don't seek Qatar 'regime change'

UAE minister also says if demands are not met the 'alternative is not escalation', but the 'parting of ways'.

UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash

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Saudi-led demands not 'reasonable or actionable': Qatar

Qatar reviewing document issued by Saudi-led bloc of Arab countries and preparing 'an appropriate response'.

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Turkey dismisses demand to close Qatar military base

Defence minister says Ankara has no plans to review ties with Qatar, after Arab states issue demands to end Gulf crisis.

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Al Jazeera: Call for closure siege against journalism

Doha-based media network says the demand by Saudi Arabia and allies aims 'to suppress people's right to information'.

Al Jazeera

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Qatar envoy to US: Blockade on Qatar is a smokescreen

Qatar ambassador to US says in a newspaper article that the blockade is an attempt to punish Doha for its independence.

Sheikh Meshal bin Hamad Al-Thani

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Qatar rejects claim of supporting Syrian 'terror group'

Foreign minister says Qatar never supported al-Nusra Front, the former Syrian branch of al-Qaeda, or any armed group.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani

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Twitter users hit back at Saudi-bloc's list of demands

Social media users hit back with humour and own list of grievances in response to Riyadh and allies' list of demands.

Twitter users

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Media watchdog slams demand to shut Al Jazeera

Reporters Without Borders raises concern over the suppression of press freedom as Gulf states issue demands to Qatar.

Al Jazeera network

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