Gulf crisis hits stalemate

Qatar's foreign minister has rejected claims that his country's diplomatic efforts to end the dispute with Saudi Arabia and its three allies were failing. But he did admit that the crisis was not going to be resolved any time soon.

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    Qatar's foreign minister has rejected claims that diplomatic efforts to end the dispute between Qatar and Saudi-led quartet were failing.

    But he did admit that the crisis was not going to be resolved any time soon.

    Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports from Doha.


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