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Has the Saudi led blockade of Qatar failed?

Saudi Arabia and its allies accuse Qatar of supporting terrorism, and the tiny Gulf nation was given a list of demands including shutting down Al Jazeera. Doha refused, and the economic and financial toll was clear to see. Supermarket shelves were empty and children were pulled out of school. But 12 months on, Qatar says it's recovered although relations between Riyadh and Doha have not. Guests: Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa Qatar’s Ambassador to Australia Sultan Barakat Founding director Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies Ahmed al Ibrahim Saudi affairs specialist

One year since the blockade of Qatar

One year since the blockade of Qatar

Qatar: One Year After The Blockade | Special Episode

Qatar: One Year After The Blockade | Special Episode

Qatar: One Year After The Blockade | Special Episode

Qatar: One Year After The Blockade | Special Episode

One year since the start of the Qatar blockade | Money Talks

One year since the start of the Qatar blockade | Money Talks

Is Tunisia’s President Acting in the Interest of the State?

Is Tunisia’s President Acting in the Interest of the State?

Will France’s Anti-Separatism Law Institutionalise Islamophobia?

Will France’s Anti-Separatism Law Institutionalise Islamophobia?

Thousands of migrants have crossed into EU from Belarus

Thousands of migrants have crossed into EU from Belarus

This year's Comic-Con Festival goes online

This year's Comic-Con Festival goes online

Free trading app goes public amid numerous controversies | Money Talks

Free trading app goes public amid numerous controversies | Money Talks

US Exit from Afghanistan | Bigger Than Five

US Exit from Afghanistan | Bigger Than Five

Could Europe ever form a united military force?

Could Europe ever form a united military force?

Africa Matters: Ethiopia’s Tigray Crisis

Africa Matters: Ethiopia’s Tigray Crisis

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