A picture taken March 26, 2018 in Um Al-Hammam district in Riyadh shows a man looking at a hole in a household cieling causes by falling shrapnel from Yemeni rebel missiles that were intercepted over the Saudi capital. / AFP / FAYEZ NURELDINE
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Saudi Arabia's top religious body accused Qatari-owned Al Jazeera TV of being a "mouthpiece for terrorist organizations," two days after Yemen's Houthi movement fired a barrage of missiles at the kingdom.The standoff over the TV channel lies at the heart of a dispute that led Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain to cut travel and trade ties with Qatar in June, accusing it of backing Islamists and their arch-foe Iran.They say Qatar uses the channel as a mouthpiece to attack them and back Islamist groups across the Arab world and has demanded it be closed down, while Doha insists it is independent and offers uncensored debate absent on other Arab networks.
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