Arab leaders tackle regional crises at Jordan summit

Arab leaders are in Jordan to discuss ways to tackle a series of long-running regional crises. Despite calls for unity, member states remain divided on key issues, including the six-year war in Syria.

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    Arab leaders are in Jordan to discuss ways to tackle a series of long-running regional crises.

    Despite calls for unity, member states remain divided on key issues, including the six-year war in Syria.

    Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal reports from the Dead Sea in Jordan.


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