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Qatar probing death of a worker, FIFA ‘deeply saddened’

By Reuters
09 December 2022   |   12:51 pm
Official statements from FIFA, the Qatar Supreme Committee and the Qatari government as authorities say they're probing the death of a worker at a World Cup team base.

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