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They had legally entered Iraq to hunt inside Muthanna province, some 230 miles (370 kilometers) southeast of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.Shiite militias are active in that area and work closely with the neighboring Shiite power Iran.On Monday, shoppers had flooded Doha's supermarkets worried that food imports would dry up.In one store queues were up to 25-people deep as shoppers piled trollies high with supplies from rice to nappies.'It's a cycle of panic and I needed to get pasta,' said Ernest, a Lebanese national pushing two trollies.
Kuwait's state-run news agency KUNA confirmed the phone call and said the Kuwaiti emir had also received a top Saudi envoy in an apparent mediation effort.'Efforts aimed at containing tensions in the relations between brothers' were discussed in the phone call, KUNA said.
The decision by Saudi Arabia and other countries to cut ties with Qatar moved to isolate the energy-rich nation that is home to a major U. military base, accusing it of supporting terrorist groups and backing Iran Qatar says it does not support extremist groups in Syria or elsewhere, despite aggressive efforts to back Sunni rebel groups fighting to oust the Syrian government, which is backed by Iran and Russia.
Pictured above, passengers of cancelled flights wait in Hamad International Airport (HIA) in Doha on Monday The first concrete effects were being seen on Tuesday morning, with the flight ban causing delays and cancellations.
A person involved in the ransom negotiations said in April that 11 of the captives were members of Qatar's Al Thani ruling family.
He also said Qatar paid tens of millions of dollars to Shiite groups, and to the al-Qaida-linked Levant Liberation Committee and Ahrar al-Sham, which are involved in the population transfers underway in Syria.
Gulf neighbors withdrew their ambassadors in 2014 over Qatar's support for the Muslim Brotherhood group in Egypt, where the group was ousted.