Saudi-led blockade on Qatar affecting college students

Young people from across the Middle East come to Qatar to study at various universities. But the air, sea and land blockade imposed by Qatar’s neighbours is disrupting their education.

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    Young people from across the Middle East come to Qatar to study at various universities.

    But the air, sea and land blockade imposed by Qatar’s neighbours is disrupting their education.

    Some of the students taking summer school courses at universities in Doha are from countries locked in diplomatic dispute with Qatar.

    Their future looks uncertain.

     

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports from Qatar.


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