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Published on Mar 28, 2009
Arab foreign ministers met in Qatar on Saturday, ahead of the 21st annual Arab League summit. Members hope to address pressing issues such as an Arab-backed Middle East peace offer, and unity amongst an increasingly fragmented organisation. But nine out of the League's 22 member countries have said they won't attend the conference. And as Al Jazeera's Mohammed Vall reports, there's a lot for the new League's presidency to deal with, when Syria hands over to Qatar.