Human rights concerns in the spotlight as World Cup set to begin in Qatar



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In 2010, international soccer organization FIFA announced that the kingdom of Qatar would host the 2022 World Cup. In the years since, Qatar has come under scrutiny for its treatment of migrant workers and reports of human rights abuses. With the tournament’s kickoff just days away, those concerns are once again in the spotlight. Ali Rogin reports.

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