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World Cup 2022: Media Confronts Moral Dilemmas and Coverage Quirks in Qatar

Reporters and broadcasters are grappling with how to handle human rights concerns, political protests, and unusual restrictions—from filming to buying beer—while not missing the action on the pitch. “It feels,” says one journalist, “like a country that’s being unboxed for a World Cup.”

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