The International Football Federation monitors the situation in Basra

BAGHDAD-ALSHARQIYA Oct 7 - FIFA said it was closely following the situation in Iraq after protests in Iraqi cities over the past few days. In Basra on Thursday, a spokesman for the International Federation of Agence France-Presse said that FIFA is monitoring the situation in Basra and that the game is scheduled for next Thursday and that it is still there and the game comes in Basra International Stadium in the Asian Group C. Iraq are in third place with one point from one game, equal to the points with the last team Hong Kong, who played two games.


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