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Luis Rubiales may face 2.5 years in jail for World Cup kiss

Spanish prosecutors are seeking a prison term of two years and six months for former soccer chief Luis Rubiales for giving an unwanted kiss to star forward Jennifer Hermoso after Spain's World Cup victory.

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