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Weapons of Mass Deception

The BBC has uncovered an 'arsenal' of media weapons being used in the war of words in the Gulf. Will people in the region ever know the truth in an age of fake news.

It has been a year since Qatar's neighbours cut off diplomatic and economic ties. Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt all accuse Qatar of supporting terrorism. A BBC investigation has uncovered an 'arsenal' of media weapons being used in the war of words in the Gulf, and examines whether people in the region will ever know the truth in an age of fake news and twitterbots.

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