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Boom in demand for 'One Love' arm bands banned by FIFA

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The "One Love" armbands that captains of some teams at the World Cup had been intending to wear to show support for the LGBTQ+ community are seeing a boom in demand among the general public, according to the manufacturer. It comes after FIFA decided to ban players from wearing the armbands in Qatar, where homosexuality is illegal.

Added on the 24/11/2022 14:43:39 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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