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World Cup fans not too bothered by shipping container camps


RAS ABU FONTAS, Qatar — The first thing that strikes you about the Rawdat Al Jahhaniya Fan Village, a 30-minute drive outside central Doha, is the lack of shade. Just after 1 p.m. here, fans are watching Switzerland vs. Cameroon on the big screen, but the bean bags and chairs in the fan zone area are completely empty. Some fans have found a shaded area next to a giant football, but as the sun beats down, the rest are watching from the on-site Starbucks, choosing to buy a latte just so…



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