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Column: Salah suckered in inauspicious World Cup start

FOX Sports Tuesday, 12 June 2018
MOSCOW (AP) Diego Maradona and Ronaldinho, boxer Floyd Mayweather and now, at the World Cup in Russia, Egyptian footballer Mohamed Salah. The common denominator: By cozying up with Ramzan Kadyrov, they have all played their part in making the Chechen leader accused of terrible human rights abuses seem like a normal sports-loving guy.
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