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The 12 boys and their coach were asked to attend the World Cup final in Moscow on Sunday.

The subject arose Wednesday in a review of FIFA's anti-discrimination program in Russian Federation.

According to anti-discrimination organization Football Against Racism in Europe Network (FARE), the most pressing issue of this year's tournament is sexism.

Previous World Cups that have been play hosted by nations in the past were conducted during the June and July period of the year.

It's not uncommon for female broadcasters to be harassed while working at sporting events.

There have also been multiple cases of female reporters being groped and kissed by male fans during live broadcasts.

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Expressing concerns over such attacks during election campaigns, he called for serious investigations in these attacks. A senior provincial government official also confirmed the figure, adding that 150 others were injured in the attack.

An England supporter waits for the start of the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup semi-final football match between Croatia and England at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on July 11, 2018.

"The domestic championships have already been informed of this decision, which is a good decision because we cannot play football in June and July in Qatar", Infantino said at the traditional tournament overview media conference. He added, however, that the real number of incidents is likely to be "10 times this".

Addiechi said some of the 1.5 million people issued with fan identification laminates had them stripped, and were deported. "You don't have to look any further than the countries that were left out of this World Cup".

He praised the players, referees and coaches who took part in the World Cup.

Meanwhile FIFA's head of sustainability and diversity, Federico Addiechi, defended differing sanctions, such as 70,000 Swiss francs (70,000 dollars) for Croatia not using official drinks during a match and 10,000 francs for Mexico due to their fans' homophobic chanting.

"First we will discuss with the Qataris and then with the FIFA Council and stakeholders and decide calmly what the decision is", he said.


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