Gulf crisis impact felt in Lebanon

As efforts to defuse the diplomatic row between Qatar and other Gulf states ramp up, one Arab country is noticeably silent. Lebanese government leaders have not made any formal statement because they are closely linked to all of the nations involved

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    As efforts to defuse the diplomatic row between Qatar and other Gulf states ramp up, one Arab country is noticeably silent.

    Lebanese government leaders have not made any formal statement because they are closely linked to all of the nations involved in the dispute.

    But tensions in the Gulf are already being felt in the capital, Beirut.

    Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from Beirut.


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