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Several French cities ban the World Cup Qatar, and giant screens

PARIS (Reuters) – Several major French cities, including Lille, Strasbourg and Bordeaux, said they would not organize fan zones and would not install huge outdoor screens showing Qatar’s World Cup soccer matches to protest environmental and humanitarian issues. Left-wing mayors and environmentalists in those cities said the loss of migrant workers’ lives while building stadiums …

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Brazilian football clubs are preparing for a gold rush to close the gap between the European elite

São Paulo (Reuters) – A new law allowing soccer clubs in Brazil to seek overseas investment is attracting hundreds of millions of dollars to a country known as the biggest source of football talent, a change that could see Brazilian teams compete for the top flight in Europe. . The new cash boost, mostly foreign, …

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