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World Cup 2022: OneLove campaign hit by threat of FIFA sanctions

By DW
26 November 2022   |   12:24 pm
Nations planning to wear a rainbow-themed One Love captain’s armband decided to back down on Monday. The seven countries have cited the threat of disciplinary action from world governing body FIFA for the decision.

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