Nowhere to Turn: a Nepali Cab Driver in Qatar

J. Zach Hollo & Xiran Liu

Sarun, a cab driver in Qatar, had not been paid in nearly four months. His family back home in Nepal desperately needed the money. He hadn't been home in two years, and his boss controlled his passport. All Sarun could do was wait.

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