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You'd think Iran's first victory at the World Cup in decades would bring citizens together in celebration, but things are a lot more complicated than that for Iranians right now.

Iran has been gripped by protests ever since the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old who died while in the custody of the government's "morality police" in September.

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If you live in a country with a team at the World Cup, then Budweiser just gave you another reason to cheer on your squad.

The beer maker says it's come up with a new plan for the huge stockpile of beer that it sent to Qatar after the country suddenly banned the sale of alcohol in stadiums ahead of the big FIFA tournament.

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Portuguese World Cup star Cristiano Ronaldo is out of work for the time being, but he’s hardly hurting for cash as one of the wealthiest athletes on the planet.

Ronaldo, 37, officially parted ways with his Manchester United club team on November 22, ending an unhappy marriage between the club and the player. The team said it was "by mutual agreement" and it thanked him for "his immense contribution" to the team.

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Two British men who went on the hunt for some beer during the World Cup in Qatar ended up having a wild night that sounds like a scene out of a movie.

The Everton fans recently said in an interview that their search for cold ones ended with a party at the palace of Qatar's Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, where they also ran into some lions, monkeys and exotic birds.

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It's safe to say Qatar has really been brewing controversy around the World Cup because of its human rights violations and laws against homosexuality.

In recent events, FIFA has threatened to issue yellow cards to any player who decides to wear the rainbow colour One Love armband at the World Cup, prompting seven European teams to back away from participating in the campaign, reported Al Jazeera.

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