Qatar has detained workers protesting late pay ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup | FIFA World Cup 2022

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FIFA World Cup 2022 | Qatar recently arrested at least 60 foreign workers who protested going months without pay and deported some of them, an advocacy group said, just three months before Doha hosts the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The move comes as Qatar faces intense international scrutiny over its labor practices ahead of the tournament. Like other Gulf Arab nations, Qatar heavily relies on foreign labor. The workers’ protest a week ago — and Qatar’s reaction to it — could further fuel the concern. The head of a labor…

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All football is cancelled in Scotland after the death of the Queen

THE death of The Queen has seen the cancellation of nearly professional and amateur football matches in Scotland and the rest of the UK this weekend. There is, it appears, one exception. Youth teams will carry on playing and teams will be encouraged to mark her death with a minute’s applause or silence ahead of matches. The Scottish Youth Football Association in a joint statement with Scottish Women’s Football said: “In sharing deepest condolences with the Royal Family, youth teams are being encouraged to mark the Queen’s death with a…

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FIFA World Cup 2022 Venue, Stadium, Location and All Details

FIFA World Cup 2022

The November 21 start date for the Qatar World Cup is quickly approaching Qatar won the bid to host the 2022 tournament nearly 12 years ago in 2010 The tournament has been moved to the winter to compensate for the heat The 2022-23 domestic campaign will take a brief pause during the tournament The fans attending will have to adhere to a number of strict rules throughout Sportsmail takes you through everything you need to know about the World Cup Click here for all the latest World Cup 2022 news…

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Rugby St project earns major landscaping award

A residential project on Rugby St in Christchurch has achieved success in the 2022 Landscapes of Distinction Awards. Nationally, 132 projects were entered into the awards held by Registered Master Landscapes. The awards celebrated the quality craftsmanship and expertise of the best landscapers in New Zealand. The winning projects represented the top echelon of landscape design and construction in the country. Landscaping business, Onlandscapes, was behind the Rugby St design. Their work won the 2022 people’s choice award. More than 5000 people voted for the award, which was open to…

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American Frances Tiafoe knocks out Rafael Nadal: in major US Open upset in 4th round

American Frances Tiafoe knocks out Rafael Nadal

American Frances Tiafoe knocks out Rafael Nadal: in major US Open upset in 4th round New York: American Francis Tiafoe played the match of his life to beat second seed Rafa Nadal 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 6-3 in the fourth round of the US Open on Monday. This year marks the first time Nadal, chasing a 23rd Grand Slam title, has been beaten in a major. Tiafoe covered his face with his hands as he soaked up the cheers from a packed house at Arthur Ashe Stadium after breaking Nadal for…

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Asia Cup 2022: Virender Sehwag Points Out Two Reasons That Cost India Super 4 Match vs Pakistan

Chasing 182 runs against India at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Pakistan reached home on the penultimate ball of game with five wickets in hand. The India vs Pakistan Super 4 match in Asia Cup on Sunday went down to the wire with the Babar Azam-led side emerging as the winner of the nail-biting contest. Chasing 182 runs against India, Pakistan reached home on the penultimate ball of their innings with five wickets in hand. Former India cricketer Virender Sehwag feels that the catch of Asif Ali that was dropped…

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Tiafoe knocks out Nadal in major US Open upset

NEW YORK: American Frances Tiafoe played the match of his life to beat second seed Rafa Nadal 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 in the fourth round of the US Open yesterday. It was the first time this year that Nadal, who had been chasing a record-extending 23rd Grand Slam title, has been beaten in a major. Tiafoe covered his face with his hands as he soaked up the cheers from a packed house at Arthur Ashe Stadium after breaking Nadal for a fifth time to claim the biggest upset of the…

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Research Shows Los Cabos In One Of The Safest Destinations In Mexico

Despite recent concerns about crime rates, Los Cabos has been named one of the safest destinations in Mexico in a new official study. The Pacific gem, comprising the tourist hotspots of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, is experiencing a surge in bookings lately, proving it is not only low risk, but also incredibly popular among Americans. Fast growing cities, both San Lucas and San Jose are on track to jointly become the next Cancun, with arrival figures soaring above 2019 levels, and comprising nearly 8% of all…

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FIFA, Qatar finally make decision on alcohol sales at World Cup

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GENEVA — Organizers of the World Cup in Qatar have finalized a policy to serve beer with alcohol to soccer fans at stadiums and fan zones in the Muslim-majority country. FIFA said Saturday fans will be allowed to buy Budweiser beer with alcohol within the eight stadium compounds — though not at concourse concession stands — before and after games, and during evenings only at the official “Fan Festival.” That is being held in a downtown Doha park. Game tickets promising access to Champagnes, wine, liquor and beer for hospitality…

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A remarkable summer transfer window closed on Thursday: with a number of new spending records

Transfer deadline day: Premier League spending reaches record £1.9bn for summer window A remarkable summer transfer window closed on Thursday with a number of new spending records set – including the most expensive ever deadline-day signing in Manchester United’s £82m purchase of Antony. That deal helped set a new Premier League spending record of about £1.9bn – smashing the previous record of £1.4bn in 2017 – and dwarfing the rest of Europe. Nine of the 20 top-flight clubs spent in excess of £100m as total expenditure bounced back after two…

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