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FIFA Qatar 2022 plan would 'exacerbate' Gulf tensions

Japan Today Tuesday, 19 March 2019
FIFA President Gianni Infantino's plan to expand the Qatar World Cup to 48 teams and increase the number of host countries risks worsening existing Gulf diplomatic tensions, claim…
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