This video says about itself:
ESPN Documentary on Dying Indian and Nepalese World Cup 2022 Workers
6 June 2014
The assumed figures say that more than 4000 workers from India and Nepal will die before the ball kicks off in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
US senators meet Gulf royals to discuss Syrian rebels
Monday 19th January 2015
US senators led by John McCain held separate weekend meetings with Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Salman and Qatari emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani to co-ordinate backing for Syrian opposition forces.
Mr McCain said that the US delegation had met Saudi Arabia’s training and equipment programme commander and Ahmed al-Jarba, whom he identified as president of the Western-backed Syrian National Coalition even though he resigned last July.
Their visits to the most notorious backers of the extremist forces in Syria followed the Pentagon’s statement that it will send 1,000 military personnel to Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar to help train politically vetted rebels.
Damascus reported that 2,000 civilians, including over 1,000 children and 350 surrendering fighters, had fled opposition-held areas to the east of the capital.
It also confirmed a claim by the al-Qaida-affiliated Nusra Front that its forces had shot down a cargo plane near the Duhour air base on Friday evening.
Opulent Arabs fuel Syrian hell, stiff Syrian refugees: here.
“Flogging for Blogging” official Saudi policy: here.
John McCain, the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, called the Capitol police and had antiwar activists arrested and ejected from a hearing Thursday when they protested the appearance of former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. Members of the Code Pink group held up signs denouncing Kissinger as a war criminal and shouted their intention to make a citizen’s arrest, dangling handcuffs in front of him and distributing an “arrest warrant” citing Kissinger’s role in the Vietnam War and other crimes during his tenure as national security adviser and secretary of state, from 1969 to 1976: here.
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