Taliban ‘made MILLIONS helping build Qatar World Cup stadiums with construction deals’ | The Sun

Taliban 'made millions helping build qatar world cup stadiums with construction deals' | the sun

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The Headliners panel react to The Sun’s: Taliban bosses ‘made MILLIONS helping to build Qatar World Cup stadiums with construction deals’.

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