Qatar Has Built a Recyclable World Cup Stadium

Qatar Has Built a Recyclable World Cup Stadium

World Cup venues don’t get more unusual than this.
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Qatar 2022 World Cup organisers say progress made in worker welfare

Qatar 2022 World Cup organisers say progress made in worker welfare

Since 2010, when Qatar won the right to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the Gulf nation has faced scrutiny about its treatment of workers involved in building stadiums for the tournament.
Organisers say their commitment to workers’ welfare has led to big improvements in living and safety standards.

Al Jazeera’s Andy Richardson reports from Lusail, Qatar.

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