Gulf crisis: Qatar forced to rely on planes to import food

The GCC countries' blockades against Qatar have precluded many vital imports from reaching the small country, including basic food supplies.

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    The GCC countries' blockades against Qatar have precluded many vital imports from reaching the small country, including basic food supplies.

    Saudi Arabia's closure of Qatar's only land border means a lot of the country's food has to be brought in by air.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Simmons reports from the capital, Doha, on a major operation under way at Hamad International Airport.


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