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Soccer-Qatar reforms falling short of promises, says Amnesty

Reuters Friday, 27 September 2019
World Cup 2022 host Qatar has made improvements in labor rights for its two million foreign workers, but reforms have not lived up to promises made, Amnesty International told Reuters in an interview.
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