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The World Cup in Qatar has passed without any reported arrests or police incidents involving British citizens, counter to expectations. While some have speculated that the restrictions on the availability of alcohol may have played a decisive role in the relative tranqui...

22 December 2022

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When Qatar insisted on hosting the World Cup, people's love of soccer again surpassed their disapproval of dictators, corruption, and human rights abusesWhen Qatar insisted on hosting the World Cup, people's love of soccer again surpassed their disapproval of dictators, ...

24 November 2022

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With the looming 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar and the myriad nefarious controversies, allegations of corruption and skulduggery surrounding its “winning” hosting the event, we shall be examining a catalogue of inescapable ugly truths that envelope this country, its roman...

23 November 2022

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Brian Glendinning to arrive in Edinburgh tomorrow

17 November 2022

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British prisoner in Iraq pleads Rishi Sunak for help

10 November 2022

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A group of Australians are planning to stage a protest at the World Cup stadium to free Joseph Sarlak, a 72 year old man who has suffered three years in prison and has been left in limbo ever since. His health has deteriorated badly. He has been given endless empty promi...

8 November 2022

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Children call upon David Beckham to help free their dad from Baghdad jail and save him from Qatar prison.

13 October 2022

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Lille, Marseille, Bordeaux, Strasbourg, Reims, and now Paris are all banning so-called ‘fan zones’ from being organised in their cities that would allow residents to watch the World Cup on giant screens in public spaces; citing human rights and environmental objections t...

5 October 2022

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Detained in Dubai launches new App for emergency help at World Cup

29 September 2022

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“When Cesar Ferreira appealed his dismissal from Qatar Airways, he never imagined it would end in Doha’s rat infested abysmal third world jail”, explains Radha Stirling, founder of Due Process International.

27 September 2022

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