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Rights group urges FIFA, Qatar to compensate WCup workers

Castanet 12 Aug 2022
Qatar has spent tens of billions of dollars on infrastructure since being picked by FIFA as host in 2010, and faced intense scrutiny of its labor laws and treatment of hundreds of thousands of workers, many from south Asia, who were needed to come to the tiny emirate and build the projects.
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Belgian strikers in Milan in focus as Serie A season starts

The Associated Press 12 Aug 2022
Qatar has spent tens of billions of dollars on infrastructure since being picked by FIFA as host in 2010, and faced intense scrutiny of its labor laws and treatment of hundreds of thousands of workers, many from south Asia, who were needed to come to the tiny emirate and build the projects.
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Qatar's ground control on alert for World Cup 2022 disasters

Gulf News 12 Aug 2022
Facing a bank of screens that look like NASA mission command, technicians counting down to the World Cup in Qatar control the temperature, gates, 15,000 cameras and much more in the eight stadiums ... Qatar has spent billions of dollars on building seven new stadiums and refurbishing an eighth for the first World Cup in an Arab country.
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FIFA World Cup 2022: Qatar to control 15,000 cameras, gates in 8 stadiums

Khaleejtimes 12 Aug 2022
Facing a bank of screens, technicians counting down to the World Cup in Qatar control the temperature, gates, 15,000 cameras and much more in the eight stadiums ... Qatar has spent billions of dollars on building seven new stadiums and refurbishing an eighth for the first World Cup in an Arab country.
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FIFA/Qatar: Commit to Compensate Abused Migrant Workers

Human Rights Watch 12 Aug 2022
Consequently, human rights groups and journalists repeatedly documented serious abuses against migrant workers in Qatar while employed to deliver infrastructure essential to the tournament ... It’s sad that I lost my dad, but he spent his whole life in Qatar and gave so much effort in constructing a lot of buildings there.
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100 Days to Qatar: JoySports to mark milestone with big show across platforms

Joy Online 12 Aug 2022
100 Days to Qatar’ is the JoySports team’s way of marking the milestone ... details you need as the build-up enters the business end. ‘100 Days to Qatar’ will simulcast live on Joy News TV, Joy Prime TV and Joy 99.7 FM, from 19.30 GMT to 21.00 GMT.
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100 days to go for FIFA World cup, Messi, Neymar Jr, Sterling to drop many ...

TeluguStop 12 Aug 2022
Mumbai, Aug 12 . With 100 days to go, excitement is building in the Middle East and around the world for the first-ever World Cup in Qatar. Read More. ....
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A viewer’s guide for this year’s World Cup in Qatar

Garden City Telegram 11 Aug 2022
... corner in Qatar and excitement is building after the qualification period was wrapped.
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Playmaker Capital Inc. Launches All-Soccer Podcast, Video and Social Brand The 90th Minute Led By ...

The Lufkin News 11 Aug 2022
Moreover, the US, Canada, and Mexico have all qualified for FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, the first time that all three countries have qualified for the same World Cup, and the three nations will also host the tournament in 2026 ... Kicked Back, debuting in time for the build-up to FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, is a twice weekly video podcast hosted by Mrs.
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Egypt, Qatar discuss regional developments, highlight concerted Arab efforts

Xinhua 09 Aug 2022
He also expressed Qatar's keenness to build on current cooperation between the two countries to open new horizons ... In January 2021, the Arab quartet of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed the Al-Ula Declaration with Qatar, ending their all-around boycott of Doha since mid-2017.
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Snap plans Mena expansion with new office in Qatar

Gulf Daily News 09 Aug 2022
The creator's economy in Qatar has witnessed a significant growth over the last two years with the discovery of several local creators and Arab expats. Snap is building on this progress and sees a clear opportunity to elevate the voices of Qatar's creator ecosystem, amplify their stories and support their continued innovation.
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Viewer's guide for this year's World Cup in Qatar

Columbia Missourian 09 Aug 2022
One of the most eagerly anticipated World Cups in memory — as much for off-the-field reasons as those on it — is just around the corner in Qatar and excitement is building after the qualification period was wrapped ... will not be the usual pre-tournament build-up of friendlies.
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Excitement building for first World Cup in Qatar

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 09 Aug 2022
One of the most eagerly anticipated World Cups in memory -- as much for off-the-field reasons as those on it -- is just around the corner in Qatar and excitement is building after the qualification period was wrapped ... will not be the usual pre-tournament build-up of friendlies.
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Chad military government signs deal to launch peace talks

Urdu Point 08 Aug 2022
But after five months of mediation efforts by Qatar, the main rebel Front for Change and Concord in Chad (FACT) announced hours before the ceremony at a Doha hotel that it would not sign the deal ... their promises would be "crucial criteria" to build trust with the Chadian people.
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Viewer’s guide for this year’s World Cup in Qatar

Federal News Radio 08 Aug 2022
One of the most eagerly anticipated World Cups in memory — as much for off-the-field reasons as those on it — is just around the corner in Qatar and excitement is building after the qualification period was wrapped ... is building after the qualification period was wrapped.

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