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Doha's Hamad International Airport was virtually deserted early on Tuesday.More than 30 flights were shown cancelled on airport television screens and the departures hall was eerily quiet.Gulf neighbors withdrew their ambassadors in 2014 over Qatar's support for the Muslim Brotherhood group in Egypt, where the group was ousted.

On Monday, shoppers had flooded Doha's supermarkets worried that food imports would dry up.

In one store queues were up to 25-people deep as shoppers piled trollies high with supplies from rice to nappies.'It's a cycle of panic and I needed to get pasta,' said Ernest, a Lebanese national pushing two trollies.

The decision by Saudi Arabia and other countries to cut ties with Qatar moved to isolate the energy-rich nation that is home to a major U. military base, accusing it of supporting terrorist groups and backing Iran Qatar says it does not support extremist groups in Syria or elsewhere, despite aggressive efforts to back Sunni rebel groups fighting to oust the Syrian government, which is backed by Iran and Russia.

Pictured above, passengers of cancelled flights wait in Hamad International Airport (HIA) in Doha on Monday The first concrete effects were being seen on Tuesday morning, with the flight ban causing delays and cancellations.

The Gulf states and Egypt banned all flights to and from Qatar and ordered Qatari citizens to leave within 14 days.

Countries including Saudi Arabia also banned Qatari flights from their airspace and Riyadh closed its land border with Qatar, sparking panic buying in Doha amid fears of food shortages.

The United Arab Emirates said on Tuesday that Qatar would need to provide a 'guaranteed roadmap' before it would consider mending ties.

Since Monday, airlines suspended flights and residents nervous about the peninsula's lone land border closing cleaned out grocery store shelves.

It was revealed on Monday that one of the tipping points for Qatari-Gulf Arab relations could have been a ransom Qatar officials paid earlier this year.

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