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Egypt's Interior Minister Mohammed Ibrahim said authorities would hunt down exiled Muslim Brotherhood leaders with the help of Interpol, after Qatar ordered the group's leaders there to leave over the weekend.Ibrahim said Sunday that Qatari authorities had given the Brotherhood leaders one month to leave. A number of the Brotherhood's senior members said Saturday they would leave "to avoid embarrassing" Qatar. Their presence had severely strained Doha's relations with Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, all of which view the Brotherhood as a terrorist organization.Long seen as the "black sheep" of the Gulf monarchies for backing the Muslim Brotherhood, Qatar appears to have fallen into line with its neighbors and started to curb the group's activities, experts say.
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