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Nasser Al-Khelafi, the Qatari president of Paris Saint-Germain, has accused the media of being ‘unfair’ and ‘negative’ in their coverage of Qatar as it hosts the World Cup.Qatar has come under fire for its human rights record in recent weeks, with protests taking place against the country’s stance on LGBTQ+ rights and its treatment of migrant workers.The government claims three migrant workers have died from accidents while working on construction for the World Cup, but it is believed the number could be as high as 6,500.Al-Khelafi felt the negative coverage of his country has been uncalled for, as he explained to TalkSPORT: ‘The world has been so unfair on Qatar.
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If people come and see what Qatar is, what Qatari people are like, what we do in our country, of course we are not perfect, but we’re doing our best.’We are good people.
The media has been really negative, and it’s not fair it all.’ The latest controversy in Qatar has come from the One Love armbands that nine European captains had planned to wear during the tournament.