Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain to return ambassadors to Qatar

By REUTERS
November 16, 2014 23:09

 
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DUBAI - Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain on Sunday agreed to return their ambassadors to Qatar, the Gulf Cooperation Council said in a joint statement, signaling an end to a rift over Doha's support for Islamist groups.

The announcement came after an emergency meeting in the Saudi capital Riyadh to discuss the dispute, which began in March and was threatening an annual summit scheduled to be held in December in Doha.

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