Qatar-Gulf crisis disrupts students education

One of the consequences of the Qatar-Gulf crisis has been the disruption to the education of more than 200 Qatari students, who have not been allowed to continue studying in Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and UAE since June.

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    One of the consequences of the Qatar-Gulf crisis has been the disruption to the education of more than 200 Qatari students, who have not been allowed to continue studying in Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and UAE since June.

    One student we spoke to was only a day away from finishing his degree when the Gulf crisis began.

    Al Jazeera's Caroline Malone report from Doha.


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