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Sport (81)
Mar 28 2019 9:21am
Bahrain: Grand Prix should not 'sportswash' country's human rights record
‘Beneath the glamour of the F1, there is a far more sinister side to B...
    Feb 5 2019 12:00am
    Qatar: 'time is running out' for promised worker reforms ahead of World Cup - new report
    Workers still cannot change jobs without their employers’ permission ...
      Sep 26 2018 12:00am
      Qatar: migrant workers unpaid for months by company linked to World Cup host city
      Scores of indebted workers from India, Nepal and the Philippines owed ...
        Sep 5 2018 4:56pm
        Qatar's lifting of travel restrictions for many migrant workers welcomed
        ‘Law No 13’ means majority of country’s 1.9m migrant workers now free ...
          Jun 15 2018 3:23pm
          Russia 2018: Why human rights matter at the World Cup
          As prestigious global sporting events go, it doesn’t get much bigger t...
            May 3 2018 5:45pm
            Giro d'Italia cycle race won't 'sportswash' Israel's human rights record
            ‘The Jerusalem launch inevitably means Israel’s dismal human rights re...
              Jun 14 2017 11:19am
              More in Common: Refugee Week and The Great Get Together
              It may feel like there are many things which divide us as a country ri...
              Sep 2 2016 5:12pm
              Team Refugees make history at Rio 2016
              This summer, for the first time ever, ten refugee athletes competed on...
                Aug 19 2016 5:06pm
                Mo Farah’s double double: Bringing us all closer together
                Mo Farah arguably just became the UK’s greatest ever Olympian. When he...
                Aug 10 2016 2:15pm
                Running or swimming for your life
                I don’t know about you sports fans/political geeks but the Olympics an...