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Crisis Action 13 Jun 18
As we celebrate Russia’s World Cup opening ceremony, 2.3 million civilians are at risk from Syrian and Russian bombardment in Syria’s Idlib province. World leaders should call on Putin to bring a ceasefire in .
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Partisangirl 🇸🇾 14 Jun 18
Shills trying to attack using its role in Syria are using the hashtag and . They don't want you to know that Russia helped Syria defeat AlQaeda, meanwhile, the US is illegally occupying 's oil fields.
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John Senior 14 Jun 18
Remember Russia's role in as the kicks off in a few hours
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Valerie-Rina Delacretaz 15 Jun 18
Sportmen with no degrees, living lavish lives, paid million to play football and who don't care to play in 's and who won't say one single word on how helps to murder people in
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Valerie-Rina Delacretaz Jul 14
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Electra Tsakalidou 13 Jun 18
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Syrian Network 14 Jun 18
For millions of people in , the World Cup will pass unnoticed as they struggle to survive. Shamefully, Russia, the host is to blame.
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Anna Chernova 18 Jun 18
Civic space/rights and liberties in your country.
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Syrian Network 14 Jun 18
When the fireworks go off in Russia during the opening ceremony of the . Civilians in will instead hear the sounds of bombs. Putin should deliver a ceasefire before the World Cup kicks off.
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Syrian NGO Alliance 14 Jun 18
As football fans around the world celebrate the , Syrians mourn the 7,000 civilians killed by Russian strikes since 2015.
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WomenNow النساء الآن 15 Jun 18
Replying to @FIFAWorldCup
What a better way for to clear its slate than hosting the top event in 2018 of the world’s most popular sport? vs.
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Cathal Gilbert 19 Jun 18
Only in Chechnya: "Turko Daudov, a prominent adviser to Mr. Kadyrov, said Mr. Salah had been napping at the nearby team hotel and had been awakened and driven to the stadium in Mr. Kadyrov’s car."
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Sylvain Biville 15 Jun 18
2 photos that say it all: MBS with Putin at the World Cup opening game v. Yemeni port of Hodeidah under attack by KSA and UAE
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Nicola Reindorp 15 Jun 18
What has President Putin the Peacemaker to say about this?
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WomenNow النساء الآن 15 Jun 18
Replying to @FIFAWorldCup
In , More than 300,000 Syrians have been killed and 12 million forced to leave their homes since the last World Cup in Brazil in 2014. Coul world leaders deliver a instead a ?
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Crisis Action 14 Jun 18
"By awarding Russia the right to host the World Cup without conducting any meaningful human rights due diligence, FIFA scored a major own-goal which it has been trying to recover from since."
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Allan Rock 13 Jun 18
“Let’s turn the FIFA World Cup into what is should be: a festival of nations committed to a peaceful and better future for all, not a Cup of Shame marred by the suffering of million” Will this be a or a ?
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Jamie P-Bouverie 13 Jun 18
If only Russia and Saudi Arabia had the same idea! When they play each other in the opening game tomorrow, civilians in Syria and Yemen will likely think this is more a than a
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Jamie P-Bouverie 13 Jun 18
. in last week: "Global leaders, beware: Russia will use the World Cup to whitewash its war crimes" Which leaders will have the courage to say they won't attend because of Russia's war crimes in ?
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James Denselow 13 Jun 18
Can Russia secure a ceasefire in Syria for the duration of the or does it risk being a
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