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Qatar bans sale of alcohol at stadiums 2 days before World Cup

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Alcohol will not be sold at the World Cup's eight stadiums in Qatar. However, those in corporate areas of stadiums at the tournament will still be able to purchase alcohol. Change in stance made two days before World Cup started on Sunday. Qatar played Ecuador in the opening game of the tournament.
Published 3 months ago

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