Kuwaiti emir to hold talks with Trump in US

The emir of Kuwait is flying to the US to hold talks with President Donald Trump on the three-month-old diplomatic crisis in the Gulf.

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    The emir of Kuwait is flying to the United States to hold talks with President Donald Trump on the three-month-old diplomatic crisis in the Gulf.

    A group of countries led by Saudi Arabia cut ties with Qatar, and Kuwait has been mediating between the two sides.

    Al Jazeera's Imran Khan explains.


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