Four Arab countries led by Saudi Arabia cut diplomatic ties with Qatar and moved to close off access to the Gulf country, escalating a crisis that started over its relationship with Iran and its support of the Muslim Brotherhood.
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Egypt accuses Qatar of supporting terrorist groups, the state news agency said on Monday. The two countries are prodding Qatar to end its support for Islamist movements such as the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.
A Saudi official cited by SPA said the country chose to "sever diplomatic and consular ties with Qatar, and to close all land, sea and aviation ports".
Bahrain said its decision was based on what it said was Qatar's destabilizing actions.
Qatari diplomats had 48 hours to leave the kingdom, and airspace and ports between the countries would be closed within 24 hours of Bahrain's announcement, it said.
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Saudi Arabia's foreign minister and his Egyptian counterpart on Sunday discussed cooperation in fighting terrorism amid efforts to resolve differences between their two countries on the Syrian and Yemeni conflicts and other regional flashpoints.
Shoukry said that the delegation's trip to the U.S. is of particular importance given the developments at last month's Arab Islamic American Summit in Riyadh.
Saudi Arabia accused Qatar of backing militant groups and spreading their violent ideology, in an apparent reference to its influential state-owned satellite channel al Jazeera.
Saudi news agency SPA said Riyadh cut diplomatic ties and closed borders with Qatar to "protect its national security from the dangers of terrorism and extremism".
The Qatari government soon said the state agency had been hacked and that the remarks attributed to the emir and the foreign minister had never been made.
Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates all announced they would withdraw their diplomatic staff from Qatar, a gas-rich nation that will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.