Qatar Investigating Death Of Migrant Worker At World Cup Site: Official

Qatar is looking at the death of a migrant worker who died at a training base during the upcoming football tournament . The death of a Filipino in his 40s was first reported on Wednesday by The Athletic sports website .

Qatar is looking at the death of a migrant worker who died at a training base during the upcoming football tournament, according to a source.The death of a Filipino in his 40s was first reported on Wednesday by The Athletic sports website and later confirmed by the Philippines Foreign Ministry.According to the Athletic, the man fell off a ramp while rebuilding lights at a resort that Saudi Arabia's national football team used as a training base.According to the article, he had not been wearing a harness.

The man who died in a car crash in Mesaieed, south of Doha, was criticized by Qatari officials on Thursday, according to a Qatari government official.The incident was revealed by a Qatari government official, who said in a statement that the company was working with legal authorities to obtain more details.The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, the committee's oversight body, said the incident occurred as soon as FIFA was informed.These include the establishment of a minimum wage of 1,000 riyals ($260), as well as a deadline for employees to work in extreme heat.(On JioSaavn.com, you can find the most up-to-date songs.The World Cup began on November 20 and ended on December 18.

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