World Cup 2022: What has and hasn’t been banned in Qatar?

By November 25, 2022News, World News

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After all the controversy, the matches are under way and the fans are partying at the World Cup.
But with Fifa and the organising committee still making new announcements about what is and isn’t allowed at the tournament, are the supporters managing to keep up with the changes?
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