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>> The US and Qatar have signed an agreement to combat the financing of terrorism.>> Together the United States and Qatar will do more to track down funding sources, will do more to collaborate and share information, and will do more to keep the region and our homeland safe.
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>> Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is in Doha to try and end a month long rift between western allied Arab states. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, The United Arab Emirates and Egypt imposed sanctions on Qatar last month They accuse the tiny state of financing extremist groups and allying with the Gulf Arab States' arch-foe, Iran, allegations Doha denies.
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The four Arabs states boycotting Qatar said later on Tuesday that sanctions would remain until it met their demands. In a joint statement, they said that they appreciate U.S. efforts in fighting terrorism, but that they would closely monitor Qatar's behavior. Doha says the boycott is part of a campaign to reign in its independent foreign policy.
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And Sheikh Mohammad said the U.S. Qatari agreement was not linked to the Gulf Crisis. Tillerson will meet foreign ministers from the four Arab states in the Saudi Arabian city of Jeddah on Wednesday.>> It's very great. I mean not great.