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Hidden Slavery: Journos detained after filming World Cup labor horrors in Qatar

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Published on Oct 16, 2013

Qatar is embroiled in a fresh scandal over it's 2022 World Cup preparations. Two German documentary-makers were detained there after talking to and filming migrants building the event's infrastructure. They were investigating claims that labour conditions in the Gulf Kingdom border on slavery - and have led to dozens of migrant workers' deaths. RT talked to filmmaker Peter Giesel - who told us about his detention in Doha, and shared some of the video that led to his arrest. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/kmi32n

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