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Debunking claims that Chinese State TV is blurring maskless World Cup supporters

By France24
07 December 2022   |   7:10 am
During massive zero-Covid protests that took place in China recently, Chinese state TV found witty ways to cut away from maskless football supporters in World Cup broadcasts. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.

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