Robert Siegel Robert Siegel was a senior host of NPR's award-winning evening newsmagazine All Things Considered.
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For NFL Teams, Postseason Offers Little Chance For Relaxation

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In Gas-Rich And Fast-Growing Qatar, A Focus On Food Security

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Foreign construction workers leave a work site in Qatar's capital Doha on Nov. 19. Soccer's ruling body, FIFA, says it will put pressure on Qatar, the host of the 2022 World Cup, over the conditions of migrant workers in the construction sector. EPA/LANDOV hide caption

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As World Cup Looms, Qatar's Migrant Worker System Faces Scrutiny

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A man walks along a pathway at the Texas A&M University campus in Doha, Qatar. Osama Faisal/AP hide caption

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Instead Of Sending Students Abroad, Qatar Imports U.S. Colleges

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Fighting, Fears Escalate In South Sudan

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Soldiers on camels take part in a military parade on Qatar's National Day in the capital Doha last Wednesday. The city's rapidly growing skyline is in the background. Despite its small size, Qatar has used its wealth to play an outsized role in regional affairs. Chen Shaojin/Xinhua/Landov hide caption

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How Tiny Qatar 'Punches Above Its Weight'

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Robert Siegel On Qatar: Tiny Country, Big Influence

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