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Life In Qatar
Life In Qatar

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AIR DATE: December 11, 2012

What would happen if your spouse was suddenly appointed to a job in the Middle East? Diana Untermeyer found herself in that position when her husband was appointed US Ambassador to Qatar. It wasn't altogether what she expected. In fact, the life in Qatar turned out to be very pleasant.
 
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Diana Untermeyer, author of "Qatar: Sand, Sea and Sky"

 

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    Americans should take a tour of the Middle East to know how it is really like me I have never gone to the Middle East I am very curious
    JamesDec 6, 2012 15:08:01 PM
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