Dambar Rai drives a taxi in Qatar’s capital Doha. He’s a lonely man. His family lives 4,000 kilometers away in Nepal. He transfers almost all his earnings to them. Rai says he wants to give his daughter a better future.
The International Court of Justice has ordered the United Arab Emirates to reunite Qatari families affected by its policies. Abu Dhabi broke diplomatic ties with its neighbor as part of a Saudi-led effort in 2017.
Low-skilled migrant women in Qatar are being imprisoned for being pregnant outside of wedlock because of "zina" laws that criminalize sex outside of a legal marriage. Ana P. Santos reports from Doha.
What does a football club in a small, German-speaking Belgian town have to do with Qatar, the country that was a controversial choice to host the 2022 World Cup? DW's Matt Ford visited KAS Eupen to find out.
Bayern Munich's relationship with Qatar has been an issue for fans and human rights agencies for some time. But new reports suggest Bayern have done little to discourage some shocking working practices.
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