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FIFA ethics committee investigator Michael Garcia has completed his probe into the controversial bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, awarded to Russia and Qatar respectively, and handed in a 350-page report.The hosting rights for the two tournaments were awarded simultaneously by FIFA's executive committee in Zurich in 2010 after a turbulent campaign.FIFA said that all bidding nations were interviewed during the investigation.Shortly before this year's World Cup in Brazil, the Sunday Times reported that some of the "millions of documents" it had seen linked payments by former FIFA executive committee member Mohammad bin Hammam to officials to win backing for Qatar's World Cup bid.
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