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Qatar to World Cup critics: We’re no vampires

The sports minister for 2022 World Cup host Qatar, Salah bin Ghanem bin Nasser al-Ali, speaks in an Associated Press interview in Doha, Qatar, on Monday Nov. 10, 2014. He claimed Qatar’s World Cup will set a benchmark of excellence that will be “almost impossible to beat" and said the Gulf nation will implement labor reforms in the "next few months," responding to widely documented abuses of its migrant workforce. (AP Photo/John Leicester).DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Qatar's sports minister says the 2022 World Cup will set a benchmark of excellence that will be "almost impossible to beat" and promised in an exclusive interview with The Associated Press that the Gulf nation will implement labor reforms in the next few months.