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Qatar defense exhibition canceled as coronavirus spreads in Gulf

Reuters Tuesday, 3 March 2020
Qatar's Dimdex defense exhibition due to be held this month has been canceled as the coronavirus outbreak spreads throughout the Gulf and wider Middle East.
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