Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The captain of Iraq's football team Sunday urged fans to refrain from shooting in the air after celebratory gunfire reportedly wounded dozens following a victory against Iran.
Despite the peace efforts on the political agenda, Israeli football continues to brim with discrimination and bigotry.
Human rights group again this week blasted future World Cup host Qatar for its treatment of migrant workers
Egyptian football fans threaten to disrupt the country’s newly revived league and align the universities as battle grounds against the armed forces and the military-backed government
Qatari institutions are striving to address country’s issues and its willingness to change. The steps are coming at a time when the country is facing fierce criticism for the poor conditions of workers at the World Cup projects
Bahraini authorities continue to detain several athletes in what activists and observers have said is a sectarian-fueled campaign of revenge over the 2011 protests against an authoritarian monarch
A German second tier football team has terminated its sponsorship agreement with Saudi Airlines
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