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Germany blasts FIFA for restricting human rights protests in Qatar

By DW
21 November 2022   |   12:06 pm
German soccer boss Bernd Neuendorf said his team was prepared to be fined for wearing a multi-colored armband in Qatar. He also didn't rule out other protest actions by German players at the World Cup.

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