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A report from Human Rights Watch says World Cup stadium workers in six cities had not been paid wages for months and worked in temperatures as low as -25 degrees Celsius without sufficient breaks.
Most arrived in neighbouring Colombia illegally and are now facing unfair treatment by their employers. But they have remained silent as they fear being deported.
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.
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