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A person involved in the ransom negotiations said in April that 11 of the captives were members of Qatar's Al Thani ruling family.He also said Qatar paid tens of millions of dollars to Shiite groups, and to the al-Qaida-linked Levant Liberation Committee and Ahrar al-Sham, which are involved in the population transfers underway in Syria.A ransom of up to

A person involved in the ransom negotiations said in April that 11 of the captives were members of Qatar's Al Thani ruling family.He also said Qatar paid tens of millions of dollars to Shiite groups, and to the al-Qaida-linked Levant Liberation Committee and Ahrar al-Sham, which are involved in the population transfers underway in Syria.A ransom of up to $1billion paid by Qatar to Iranian and Al Qaeda-linked forces in Syria to release kidnapped members of the country's royal family may have been a trigger behind six nations' cutting ties with Doha, officials have claimed.The hefty ransom reportedly secured the release of 26 members of a falconry party, which included some members of Qatar's royal family, who were kidnapped by jihadis while hunting in southern Iraq in December 2015.The United Arab Emirates said on Tuesday that Qatar would need to provide a 'guaranteed roadmap' before it would consider mending ties.Since Monday, airlines suspended flights and residents nervous about the peninsula's lone land border closing cleaned out grocery store shelves.

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A person involved in the ransom negotiations said in April that 11 of the captives were members of Qatar's Al Thani ruling family.

He also said Qatar paid tens of millions of dollars to Shiite groups, and to the al-Qaida-linked Levant Liberation Committee and Ahrar al-Sham, which are involved in the population transfers underway in Syria.

A ransom of up to $1billion paid by Qatar to Iranian and Al Qaeda-linked forces in Syria to release kidnapped members of the country's royal family may have been a trigger behind six nations' cutting ties with Doha, officials have claimed.

The hefty ransom reportedly secured the release of 26 members of a falconry party, which included some members of Qatar's royal family, who were kidnapped by jihadis while hunting in southern Iraq in December 2015.

The United Arab Emirates said on Tuesday that Qatar would need to provide a 'guaranteed roadmap' before it would consider mending ties.

Since Monday, airlines suspended flights and residents nervous about the peninsula's lone land border closing cleaned out grocery store shelves.

billion paid by Qatar to Iranian and Al Qaeda-linked forces in Syria to release kidnapped members of the country's royal family may have been a trigger behind six nations' cutting ties with Doha, officials have claimed.The hefty ransom reportedly secured the release of 26 members of a falconry party, which included some members of Qatar's royal family, who were kidnapped by jihadis while hunting in southern Iraq in December 2015.The United Arab Emirates said on Tuesday that Qatar would need to provide a 'guaranteed roadmap' before it would consider mending ties.Since Monday, airlines suspended flights and residents nervous about the peninsula's lone land border closing cleaned out grocery store shelves.

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The deal to release the group was reached in April and again heightened concerns among Arab nations that Qatar supports terrorist groups.'The ransom payments are the straw that broke the camel's back,' one Gulf observer told the the Financial Times.

Qatar paid the ransom to al-Qaeda affiliate fighting in Syria and Iranian security officials, a person involved in ransom negotiations said in April.

The incident was sparked when the group was kidnapped December 16, 2015 from a desert camp for falcon hunters in southern Iraq.

Doha's Hamad International Airport was virtually deserted early on Tuesday.

More than 30 flights were shown cancelled on airport television screens and the departures hall was eerily quiet.