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UAE Denies Report It Orchestrated Qatar Hack

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News video: UAE Denies Report It Orchestrated Qatar HackThe United Arab Emirates has denied a Washington Post report that claims the country orchestrated a hack of Qatari state news and social media websites in May, an incident that triggered the region's worst diplomatic crisis in decades. Saudi Arabia and its allies the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt accused Qatar of supporting terrorism and led a group of Muslim-majority nations to cut ties with Doha.

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