Qatar 2022: Fake news story claims Arab nations told Fifa they will boycott World Cup

A fake news story claiming Arab nations demand Fifa strip Qatar of the 2022 World Cup appears on a website designed to look like a credible Swiss news publication.

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Read the original at BBC News - Middle East.