UAE says it is headed for a "long estrangement" with Qatar after a round of US-brokered talks to resolve the Gulf crisis ended with little sign of progress.
Doha has said thousands of its citizens have been affected by the isolation measures in what has emerged as the worst diplomatic crisis to hit the Gulf in recent years.
Since the Gulf crisis began, the network has been accused of bias, its journalism attacked, and its English language website hacked.
Led by Saudi Arabia, several states in the Middle East and Africa have severed ties with Qatar since June 5, accusing the gas-rich Gulf state of supporting terrorism and Iran. Qatar denies the allegations.
Qatar's foreign minister rejected the Arab demands, and said conflicts should be worked out through negotiation, not by imposing ultimatums.
The Qatari defence minister described the blockade imposed on it by some Gulf countries as a "bloodless declaration of war."
The chairman of Qatar's National Human Rights Commission says his group will take action against Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain and seek compensation for those impacted by the sanctions against Doha.
With backing from Turkey and Iran, Qatar has described the pressure by its larger neighbours as an "illegal blockade" aimed at curbing its sovereignty.
The camels were reunited with their owners after being stranded for days at a frontier shut because of a feud among Arab powers.
Four Arab states boycotting Qatar over alleged support for terrorism have sent Doha a list of 13 demands including closing the Al Jazeera network and reducing ties to their regional adversary Iran.
Turkey sticks by its ally after Arab states issue demands to close Qatari military base.
Led by Saudi Arabia, several states in the Middle East and Africa have severed ties with Qatar. They say the gas-rich Gulf state supports terrorism and Iran, an allegation which Qatar denies.
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