2022 Qatar World Cup Human rights protests and reactions live: LGBTQ, armbands, rainbow flags…

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11/21/2022

Iranians chant for Mahsa Amini. Right before England beat Iran, the fans gathered outside the Khalifa International Stadium to chant the name of the woman whose death sparked the protests in Iran: Mahsa Amini. Germany remembers migrant workers who died in Qatar. In Herne, northern Germany, 20,000 candles were lit at a football stadium to remember the migrant workers who lost their lives while building stadiums and infrastructure for the Qatar World Cup. Hundreds of volunteers, including schoolchildren, spent Sunday setting up the protest in the stadium at stadion Strünkede Castle.

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