Saudi blockade on Qatar wrecks multibillion-dollar camel business

A rescue mission is under way in Qatar after thousands of camels were expelled from Saudi Arabia owing to the ongoing blockade.

    A rescue mission is under way in Qatar after thousands of camels were expelled from Saudi Arabia due to the ongoing blockade.

    Supplies of feedstock and water have been rushed to the border. Camel owners say some animals have died and others are distressed and injured.

    Al Jazeera’s Tony Birtley reports on how the expulsion will hit not only Qatari camel owners financially but also Saudis.


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