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FIFA Is Being Sued Over The Treatment Of Qatar World Cup Workers

ZURICH/DOHA - A Bangladeshi man who says he was harshly exploited while working on 2022 World Cup facilities in Qatar is suing FIFA for allegedly failing to use its influence to ensure workers are treated fairly. The Gulf state has faced criticism of its treatment of foreign workers from Amnesty International, the Building and Wood Workers’ International organization and others.
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