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World Cup has changed perception of Russia: FIFA head

By Reuters
15 July 2018   |   9:26 am
The World Cup has helped changed people's view of Russia, FIFA President Gianni Infantino told an audience at an event in Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre on Saturday, standing alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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