Buildings are seen on a coast line in Doha, Qatar June 5, 2017. REUTERS/Stringer
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Economic sanctions imposed on Qatar by three fellow Gulf states do not violate World Trade Organisation agreements, a United Arab Emirates official said, after Doha launched a wide-ranging legal complaint at the Geneva-based body this week.The UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain cut ties with Qatar -- a major global gas supplier and host to the biggest U.S. military base in the Middle East -- on June 5, accusing it of backing militant groups and arch foe Iran, allegations Doha denies. The WTO suit does not include Egypt, the fourth country involved in the boycott.
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