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World Cup 2022: Tunisia risk possible ban from finals in Qatar

– – Tunisia could be excluded from next month’s World Cup in Qatar if the country’s government interferes in footballing matters, world governing body Fifa has warned. Fifa’s member federations must be free from legal and political interference. The warning comes after repeated comments from Tunisia’s Youth and Sports Minister, Kamel Deguiche, about the possibility of “dissolving federal bureaux”. Fifa… Read More
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Four Stars That Could Light Up In The World Cup In Qatar

– – The biggest sporting event on the planet is edging nearer, as the 2022 World Cup gets underway in November. Many sports fans are already making their World Cup predictions for the huge tournament, and it should be an unforgettable three weeks in Qatar before Christmas. All of the biggest players in the world will be in competition at… Read More
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Ghana’s captain Andre Ayew joins Qatar’s Al Sadd

– – The captain of the Ghana football team, Andre Ayew, has completed his move to Al Sadd SC, the Qatari club has announced. The club confirmed on Friday that the 31-year-old has signed a two-year deal with an option for a third after completing his medical in Doha. Ayew has been without a club after his three-year contract with Welsh… Read More
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Opinion: Everyone’s a loser at the World Athletics Championships in Qatar

Professional athletes have to be able to cope with a lot. They earn a living through their performances and every necessary step must be taken in order to maintain them. They train in heat, cold, rain, snow or hail. They sacrifice everything in order to achieve their goals. We are talking about a small, select elite who are used to a bit of… Read More

US, NATO and the destruction of Libya: The Western front of a widening war

NATO claimed that its intervention in Libya was a historic success. But three years later, Libya is in complete chaos. Some 1700 militias have a combined total of 250,000 men under arms. Another external intervention seems necessary to stabilize the country. But the US and NATO must never be involved Read More