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Migrant worker rights under scrutiny in Qatar
As buildings go up around Doha, so do the claims of worker exploitation and abuse.
Last Modified: 01 Jun 2011 07:17

Football's world cup is due to be played in Qatar in 2022. Building the stadiums - and everything else - is going to be a massive task, which concerns the International Labour Organisation.

Al Jazeera’s Gerald Tan reports from Doha. 

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