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World News 23.2.2016 04:31 am

Prince Ali bruising battle for FIFA summit

Prince Ali has travelled the globe seeking backing for his calls for greater transparency.

Amman (AFP) - The brother of a king and an army major general, Prince Ali bin al Hussein has taken on the toughest of campaigns trying to reach the summit of world football.

Prince Ali bruising battle for FIFA summit
Prince Ali bruising battle for FIFA summit

Prince Ali bruising battle for FIFA summit

Prince Ali has travelled the globe seeking backing for his calls for greater transparency.

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