Saudi-led demands for Qatar to close the broadcaster have left reporters concerned that each story may be their last

In newsrooms and on assignment around the world, journalists with al-Jazeera are trying to set aside worries that each story they cover could be their last.

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain have demanded that Qatar close the TV station as one of their main conditions for lifting a month-long blockade of the tiny, gas-rich kingdom, making journalists pawns in a bitter regional fight.

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