UN BODY WELCOMES 'MILESTONE' IN QATAR LABOR REFORMS

The U.N. labor organization said Thursday that Qatar has abolished exit visa requirements for virtually all migrant workers, hailing the move as a "milestone" in reform efforts ahead of the 2022 FIFA World-cup/' title='World Cup News'>World Cup.

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