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Qatar 2022 World Cup organisers accused over unpaid migrant workers

WorldNews Thursday, 11 June 2020
Qatar 2022 World Cup organisers accused over unpaid migrant workersSome workers have not been paid for seven months QMC says it is trying to resolve ‘financial difficulties’ Organisers of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have again come under fire after an Amnesty International investigation found that around 100 migrant workers at one of the tournament’s “crown jewel”...
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