WORLD CUP

WATCH: Reports of forced labour ahead of 2022 World Cup

Now Amnesty International says employees from eight private companies were involved in forced labour

In Summary

• One of the most controversial football World Cups is just months away in Qatar.

• Amnesty International says some employees were involved in forced labour, working for months or even years without a day off.

One of the most controversial football World Cups is just months away in Qatar.

It will be the 22nd FIFA World Cup edition of the international soccer tournament.

It is scheduled to take place in Qatar from 21 November to 18 December 2022.

Now Amnesty International says employees from eight private companies were involved in forced labour, working for months or even years without a day off.

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