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Morocco challenges US 2026 World Cup bid after escalating Fifa complaint

Independent Wednesday, 23 May 2018
The North African country is up against a joint bid from Canada, Mexico and the US, and the contest between them is now too close to call with just three weeks to go until the vote
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