Qatar World Cup: TV 2 Denmark reporter forced off air – BBC

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This is the moment security staff in Qatar were seen trying to stop a Danish TV reporter during a live broadcast.
TV 2 Denmark's Rasmus Tantholdt was reporting on the World Cup when he was approached. The journalist said security threatened to break his camera.
TV 2 Denmark said it had acquired the correct accreditations to film and was reporting from a public place.
Qatar's Supreme Committee later said it had apologised following the incident.
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