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School opens in quake-hit northern Japan town with help of Qatari fund

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A beautiful good news story... and no comments!!

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It’s good to see they built it on a hill rather than next to a river or the beach.

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It’s an attempt to build a good image of Qatar. But Qatar is an odious despotic state which treats many of its migrant workers as slaves. Accepting from the government there supports their regime.

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Hope 10 years from now the school will still have students to use most of the classes

and will be money well spent.

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Good for Qatar. Definitely has won the hearts of many Japanese now, and could be on their travel lists when the world reopens.

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@James

It’s an attempt to build a good image of Qatar. But Qatar is an odious despotic state which treats many of its migrant workers as slaves. Accepting from the government there supports their regime.

I think you mean china in your description.

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Thank you Qatar.

Proud of this Arab Nation doing what it can to promote friendship and prosperity in many parts of the world.

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