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Iran women freely at FIFA soccer match, 1st time in decades

Seattle Times Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranian women have just watched a FIFA soccer match kickoff after being freely allowed into a stadium for the first time in decades. Iran faces Cambodia in the 2022 World Cup qualifier being held Thursday at Tehran’s Azadi Stadium. But the match has taken on even greater importance after Iran, facing […]
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News video: The moment Iran's soccer team thank female fans after huge win

The moment Iran's soccer team thank female fans after huge win 01:41

VIDEO SHOWS: IRANIAN NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM WALK OVER TO THE FEMALE SECTION OF THE STADIUM AFTER BAN ON IRANIAN WOMEN WAS LIFTED, TO THANK THE FANS FOR THEIR SUPPORT IN IRAN'S 14-0 WIN OVER CAMBODIA IN

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