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FIFA claims progress in letting women attend games in Iran

Seattle Times Thursday, 18 July 2019
ZURICH (AP) — FIFA says Iran’s soccer federation supports letting women attend 2022 World Cup qualifying games of its men’s national team, though government approval is still needed. FIFA is working with Iranian authorities to overcome a ban on women entering stadiums for men’s games since the 1979 Islamic revolution. Some women were allowed to […]
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