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24 May 2017 03:07 AM EST

On Wednesday Qatar said its official state news agency had been hacked. False statements attributed to its ruler had been posted.The statement was made on the official news agency's Twitter account. It asked the media not to publish the remarks that had been posted earlier.A story had run earlier on the agency's website quoting a speech by Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, Qatar's ruler. The website quoted him on his country's relations with U.S. President Donald Trump and Iran, amongst other topics.Qatar said it was investigating the incident. Everything that had been published was completely false.

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