FILE PHOTO: People sit on the corniche in Doha, Qatar, June 15, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon/File Photo
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The United States will post officials at the Qatari state prosecutor's office as part of a Qatari-U.S. agreement signed this month to fight the financing of terrorism, people familiar with the matter said.Qatari officials say last week's agreement highlights their commitment to fighting extremism and say their neighbours are using terrorism as a cover for enforcing demands on Qatar that encroach on its sovereignty. The U.S.-Qatari agreement, however, did not appear to sway the Saudi-led bloc.A temporary solution is not a wise one," the UAE minister of state for foreign affairs, Anwar Gargash, posted on Twitter the night after the accord was signed.The four Arab countries last month named 59 individuals and 12 organizations they accused of terrorism and links to Qatar.
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