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Unable to persuade Qatari leaders to drop their support for the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist groups, Saudi Arabia appears determined to deprive its tiny neighbor of its regional football supremacy.
Hürriyet Daily News
Sectarian divisions fuelling conflict across the Middle East have spilt on to the soccer pitch with Iraq’s decision to boycott the Gulf Cup
ZURICH - Reuters
The Israeli and Palestinian Football Associations will each appoint a liaison officer to facilitate
JAMES M. DORSEY
State-owned Qatari television network Al-Jazeera prides itself on hard-hitting, let-the-chips-fall-where-they-fall reporting.
A pending decision by FIFA on whether to move the Qatar 2022 World Cup from summer to winter could spark allegations of an
Controversy over conditions for unskilled and semi-skilled workers in Qatar involved in the construction of World Cup-related infrastructure has moved center stage
JOHANNESBURG - Anadolu Agency
The coach and players of African champions Egypt's Al-Ahly stayed away from talking about the lingering political crisis in their homeland
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