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Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah (left) met with Qatari Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Doha, Qatar, earlier this month as the Kuwaiti leader tried to mediate an end to the regional crisis. But analysts warn there will be no quick or easy resolution. AP hide caption

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Customers shop at the Al Meera market in Doha, Qatar, on Saturday. Qatar faces possible food and dairy shortages after its Gulf Arab neighbors cut ties with the wealthy nation. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The skyline of Doha, Qatar, is seen at night in 2013. Saudi Arabia and three other countries severed ties to Qatar on Monday and moved to cut off land, sea and air routes to the energy-rich nation, accusing it of supporting regional terror groups. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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A man walks past the Qatar Airways branch in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, on Monday. Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states severed relations with Qatar and restricted Qatari planes' use of their airspace. Fayez Nureldine/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Saudi Arabia and Egypt are leading a group of Arab nations that are cutting ties with Qatar. Here, Doha's corniche is seen on Monday. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Saudi Arabia, Egypt And Other Arab Nations Cut Diplomatic Ties With Qatar

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Li Jie, pictured in 2009, was one of two elite players in a rally that lasted more than 10 minutes at the Qatar Open table tennis tournament. Daniel Maurer/Associated Press hide caption

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After being offered a scholarship in Qatar, Ahmed Mohamed will move to that country. The 14-year-old is seen here at a Capitol Hill event in Washington, D.C., Tuesday. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Qatari official Mohammed al-Emadi (left) visits Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh in Gaza City on March 12. Israel has accused Qatar of financing Hamas weaponry but still allows Qatar to spends millions in Gaza on aid and development projects. Ashraf Amra/APA/Landov hide caption

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Why Israel Lets Qatar Give Millions To Hamas

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In this photo taken May 3 during a government-organized media tour, Kuttamon Chembadnan Velayi from Kerala, India, speaks to journalists while sitting on his bed in a room he shares with seven other Indian laborers in Doha, Qatar. The housing facility has been cited by Qatari labor officials for substandard conditions. Maya Alleruzzo/AP hide caption

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An artist's impression of the Qatar Foundation Stadium, one of the venues for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. A FIFA task force recommended today that soccer's showcase tournament be played from late November to the end of December. AP hide caption

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