Bars in Germany boycott Qatar FIFA World Cup
27 November 2022 | 1:30 pm
The mood in Germany in the run-up to a football World Cup has never been as subdued. In many pubs, the previously unimaginable is happening: There won't be any soccer matches shown during the World Cup.
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