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Activists criticize lack of LGBTQ reform in Qatar

By DW
15 November 2022   |   12:31 pm
The FIFA World Cup is usually a huge event for advertisers. Qatar 2022 is mired in controversy, yet it doesn’t appear to have put off too many of the corporate giants associated with the event.

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