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twitter promotes anonymous attacks on 2022 qatar world cup


by: ap | published:november 1, 2017 12:46 am twitter declined to discuss the accounts kickqatarout and qatarexposed. (source: file0top newstwitter is promoting anonymous posts attacking qatar’s hosting of the 2022 world cup just as it faces scrutiny over the limited disclosure of information about political advertising linked to russian meddling in the 2016 u.s. election.the online assaults on qatar promote the talking points of four arab nations who in june cut ties with the first middle east host of the world cup.bahrain, egypt, saudi arabia and the united arab emirates began a boycott of qatar on june 5 over allegations that doha supports extremists and has overly warm ties to iran.but the twitter users who received the posts accusing qatar of supporting extremism alongside image...






aiff extends support to qatar for 2022 world cup


by: pti | updated: may 11, 2017 5:24 pm praful patel said that indians living in qatar will play a significant role in making the 2022 world cup a success.all india football federation (aiff) president praful patel has extended support to qatar for hosting the 2022 fifa world cup. in his statement, he said,” as afc senior vice-president and aiff president, i fully support the qatar football association and sc in their efforts to make the tournament a huge success. i am pleased that qatar will be hosting asia’s second ever fifa world cup in 2022 days in november 2022.”talking about india’s relationship with qatar, patel said, “india’s relationship with qatar goes back centuries and indians have made a significant contribution towards the emergence of qatar as a major econom...






fifa 'in regular contact' with 2022 world cup host qatar


zurich — soccer's governing body fifa said on monday it was in "regular contact" with the organizing committee of the 2022 world cup in qatar, though it did not comment directly on the diplomatic situation involving the gulf state. saudi arabia, egypt, the united arab emirates and others severed ties with qatar on monday, accusing it of supporting terrorism and opening up the worst rift in years among some of the most powerful states in the arab world. fifa said in an emailed statement that it was "in regular contact with the qatar 2022 local organising committee and the supreme committee for delivery and legacy handling matters relating to the 2022 fifa world cup." "we have no further comments for the time being," it added.here’s what happens in qatar, recently...






uae official urges qatar to give up 2022 fifa world cup to end crisis


by: ap | dubai | published:october 9, 2017 2:21 pm a top emirati security official says the qatar diplomatic crisis can be resolved if doha gives up hosting the 2022 fifa world cup. (source: file)top newsa top emirati security official says the qatar diplomatic crisis can be resolved if doha gives up hosting the 2022 fifa world cup. the comments on twitter by dhahi khalfan, the often-outspoken head of security in dubai, mark the first time any official from the four arab countries boycotting qatar has directly linked the tournament to ending the months long dispute.khalfan wrote: “if the world cup goes out of qatar, the crisis in qatar will end.” qatari officials did not respond to a request for comment on monday.bahrain, egypt, saudi arabia and the united arab emirates all cut di...






qatar 2022 world cup: increasing political crisis might risk hosting rights, cla


by: express web desk | updated: october 6, 2017 5:23 pm is the fifa world cup 2022 in danger?related newsaccording to a report assessing the impact of diplomatic crisis in qatar, there is an increasing risk because of which the country may not host the world cup in 2022. the report quoted by bcc, entitled ‘qatar in focus: is the fifa world cup 2022 in danger?’, says, “western diplomats have privately stated they do not know whether or not the tournament will take place as planned. the reasons for this are many and include open allegations of corruption – both in the bidding process and in the infrastructure development.”“qatar is under greater pressure regarding its hosting of the tournament… the current political crisis has seen – or at least raised the possibility of...






new film shows plight of workers in qatar preparing for 2022 world cup


“the workers cup” shows the harsh treatment of migrant workers building the stadiums for the 2022 world cup in qatar (mediadante)soccer provides enormous joy but also carries a considerable underbelly, a thick layer of rottenness shrouded by the grace and grandeur of the sport’s eminent performers.fifa’s decision to award the 2022 world cup to qatar, small in size and vast in wealth, will go down in history as one of soccer’s most tainted acts. since that controversial vote seven years ago, corruption allegations have given way to scrutiny over qatar’s harsh treatment of migrant workers constructing the opulent stadiums.a documentary, “the workers cup,” shines light on the situation not by conducting an investigative expose but by telling the story through workers’ eyes a...






amid rising tension in middle east, fifa keeping track of situation in qatar ove


by: express web desk | published:june 5, 2017 6:27 pm khalifa international stadium in doha, qatar is one of the venues for the 2022 world cup. (source: reuters)top newsfifa has revealed that they’re in “direct contact” with organising committee of the 2022 world cup amid unraveling situation in the middle east. football’s world governing body however chose not to comment on the diplomatic situation in the middle east over worsening ties between the countries.bahrain, egypt, saudi arabia, the uae and other countries in the middle east have severed ties with qatar on monday. they have accused the qataris of supporting terrorism and opening up the worst rift in years among the biggest and most powerful nations in the arab world. in response, qatar’s foreign ministry today sai...






qatar says its hosting of world cup ‘not up for discussion’


by: ap | published:october 11, 2017 9:05 pm qatar world cup 2022.related newsqatar on wednesday strongly criticized emirati officials for questioning doha’s hosting of the 2022 fifa world cup, saying that the tournament “is not up for discussion or negotiation” amid a diplomatic crisis engulfing the region.the back-and-forth over the games comes as four arab nations, including the united arab emirates, have been boycotting qatar for months, in part over allegations that it supports extremists and has overly warm ties to iran. qatar has long denied supporting extremists while it shares a massive offshore natural gas field with tehran.this shows the boycott “is founded on petty jealousy, not real concerns,” a statement from qatar’s government communications office said.“th...






qatar population booms on back of 2022 world cup


doha (afp): qatar’s population has swollen by more than two thirds since the emirate was chosen to the host the 2022 world cup, official government figures have revealed.the country’s population stands at a record 2.67 million, figures just published from the ministry of development, planning and statistics (mdps) reveal.in december 2010, when it was controversially chosen as the venue for football’s biggest tournament, qatar had a population of 1.63 million, according to the mdps.the latest figure represents a 64 per cent increase on the 2010 population total.the number of people living in qatar has mushroomed as the gulf country recruits tens of thousands labourers to work on many huge and expensive major infrastructure projects linked to the 2022 tournament.there are 2.1 million m...






qatar says fifa report vindicates integrity of 2022 world cup bid


by: reuters | doha | published:june 28, 2017 3:22 pm fifa awarded qatar the 2022 world cup. (source: ap file)top newsqatar’s 2022 world cup organisers have welcomed a long-awaited fifa report on the race to host the tournament, saying the conclusions represented “a vindication of the integrity” of doha’s bid. the report, which also investigated the bidding process for the 2018 world cup, made no suggestion that either russia or qatar should lose the right to stage the tournament, despite detailing numerous attempts to influence voting officials. the 430-page report had been under wraps since being completed by fifa’s then-ethics investigator michael garcia in november 2014. fifa, football’s global governing body, chose to publish on tuesday after the document was leaked to...






qatar in talks to host club world cup


by: afp | doha | published:april 5, 2017 12:38 am real madrid are the current club world cup champions. (source: reuters)qatar is in discussion with fifa to host several major international tournaments ahead of 2022 including the club world cup currently held by real madrid, sources familiar with the matter have told afp. the gulf state could also be the venue for the under-17 and under-20 world cups. sources say all three tournament options are currently being considered by the qatari authorities and football’s governing body, and all three could be staged in the gulf.qatar is urgently looking for test events to try out the multi-billion dollar infrastructure it is putting in place — and which is reshaping the country — for the 2022 world cup finals. but unlike other recent wor...






call to withdraw 2022 world cup from qatar


the arab federation for human rights calls on qatar to stop supporting and financing terrorismgeneva: the arab federation for human rights has called for the withdrawal of the 2022 world cup from qatar because of its record in the field of human rights, especially violations of workers’ rights, and the financing of terrorism.in a press conference held on thursday at the swiss press club in geneva, the federation called on qatar to stop supporting and financing terrorism and activities that undermine the stability of the region, to end its policy of providing safe havens for terrorists, and stop providing a platform that helps promote radical ideologies.in its report, the federation pointed to international and regional treaties signed by qatar, including those related to antiterrorism, c..






withdraw 2022 world cup from qatar: arab federation for human rights


federation called on qatar to meet the 13 demands from saudi arabia, bahrain, the uae and egypt, the four arab nations that cut ties with the country.geneva: the arab federation for human rights has called for the withdrawal of the 2022 world cup from qatar because of its record in the field of human rights, especially violations of workers’ rights, and the financing of terrorism.in a press conference held at the swiss press club in geneva, the federation called on qatar to stop supporting and financing terrorism and activities that undermine the stability of the region, to end its policy of providing safe havens for terrorists, and stop providing a platform that helps promote radical ideologies.in its report, the federation pointed to international and regional treaties signed by qatar,..






qatar’s unifying world cup 2022 vision erodes as nations cut ties


by: afp | doha | published:june 7, 2017 4:24 pm fifa has reiterated that it maintains regular contact with qatar. (source: reuters)top newsqatar’s bid for the 2022 world cup was based on a powerful vision that football could unite the middle east. “just think together of what we can achieve together,” sheikha mozah bint nasser al missned, the wife of the qatar’s then-ruler, told fifa voters in 2010. she ambitiously forecast a “culture of peace across our region through football.”with five years until kickoff, that optimism is rapidly disintegrating after arab neighbors severed ties on monday with the tiny nation that turned to sports to buttress its global status.football’s world governing body, fifa, is hoping the regional rifts are healed long before there’s any ne...






full russia, qatar world cup report published after leak


zurich: the global soccer body fifa said on tuesday it had decided to publish the garcia report into the decision to award the 2018 and 2022 world cups to russia and qatar respectively, more than two-and-a-half years after the investigation was completed.the 430-page report lists in great detail the wheeling and dealing which went on behind the scenes in the bidding race. it said that "flaws" in the process were caused by a "culture of expectation and entitlement" among fifa executive committee members who held the right to vote for the hosts.read more:fifa’s anti-corruption efforts criticisedbild exposes illegal fifa world cup bids by russia and qatar$2m sent to fifa member’s child before 2022 vote: reportfifa said its decision to publish was made after the report, compiled by its...






indian migrant worker dies after leaving qatar world cup venue


by: reuters | cairo | published:may 19, 2017 9:36 am construction workers are seen at khalifa international stadium in doha (source: reuters/file photo)an indian man working on a qatar world cup stadium where rights groups say labour abuses have occurred, died of a heart attack this month in an incident the tournament’s organisers said on thursday was not due to his working conditions. carpenter jagdesh kumar, 54, fell unconscious on may 4 about half an hour after leaving doha’a khalifa international stadium, according to a relative. the stadium is part of a sporting complex that qatar will unveil on friday as its first fully refurbished 2022 world cup venue.kumar died in hospital of a cardiac arrest. three other indians employed on world cup sites have died of heart attacks in th...






qatar’s launch of anti-uae site futile: gargash


he also commented on qatar hosting the 2022 fifa world cup in light of the diplomatic crisisdubai: uae minister of state for foreign affairs anwar gargash has branded qatar’s recent move to launch an anti-uae website as futile. “qatar’s inauguration of an account in english calling for boycotting the uae is a futile way of dealing with its crisis,” he posted on his twitter account. “qatar should refocus its efforts on changing its policy of supporting extremism and terrorism.”gargash said doha should realise that the dispute was not a public relations issue. “it is not a public relations crisis and it was not started by abu dhabi or riyadh. it is rather a policy that was established in 1995 to support extremism and terrorism and to stab the neighbours in the back. there is an...






four arab nations sever diplomatic ties with qatar, exposing rift in region


dubai — four arab nations announced monday that they were severing diplomatic relations with the gulf kingdom of qatar, moving swiftly to isolate the gas-rich country after accusing qatar’s government of supporting terrorist organizations and stoking regional conflicts. the four countries — saudi arabia, the united arab emirates, egypt and bahrain — released separate and apparently coordinated statements saying they would cut air, sea and land links with qatar, which hosts a base for the u.s. military’s air forces central command. there was no immediate comment from qatar, which will also host the 2022 fifa world cup. qatar’s foreign ministry called the measures “unjustified” in a statement and said the decision to sever ties was a violation of the country’s sovereignty, ...






anonymous hackers prepare to launch cyber attacks on isis


the computer hackers have declared war against isis. a member of the online vigilante group anonymous vowed “massive cyber attacks” in a youtube video posted friday.anonymous hackers vowed to out kkk members wearing the group’s feature guy fawkes mask, the secret member talked in french during the two minute clip.(reuters tv/reuters) “expect massive cyber attacks,” the male voice said. “war is declared. get prepared. anonymous from all over the world will hunt you down.” “you should know that we will find you and we will not let you go. we will launch the biggest operation ever against you,” the member added. the masked man read from a script as a newscaster with black and white clips of the response to the terrorist attacks in paris.79 photos vie...






qatar stadium safety concerns raised by death investigation


by: ap | published:june 22, 2017 6:59 pm world cup organizers released partial findings of an assessment of the accident at the khalifa international stadium.top newsan investigation into why a british man fell to his death on a building site for the 2022 qatar football world cup has raised concerns about stadium roof safety. world cup organizers on thursday released partial findings of an assessment of the accident at the khalifa international stadium, but said the full report cannot be released while local authorities continue their own investigation. it is one of two work-related deaths detailed in qatar’s latest welfare report on preparations for the 2022 football tournament, which currently involves 12,367 workers on eight construction sites.the 40-year-old british man fell 39 ...






qatar: saudi arabia, bahrain, egypt and uae cut diplomatic ties with qatar


dubai: four arab nations cut diplomatic ties with qatar early monday morning, further deepening a rift between gulf arab nations+ over that country's support for islamist groups. bahrain, egypt, saudi arabia and the united arab emirates all announced they would withdraw their diplomatic staff from qatar+ , a gas-rich nation that will host the 2022 fifa world cup. saudi arabia said qatari troops would be pulled from its ongoing war in yemen. all the nations also said they planned to cut air and sea traffic to the peninsular country. it wasn't immediately clear how that would affect qatar airways, one of the region's major long-haul carriers. qatari officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment. the decision comes after qatar alleg...






qatar: saudi arabia, bahrain, egypt and uae cut diplomatic ties with qatar


dubai: four arab nations cut diplomatic ties with qatar early monday morning, further deepening a rift between gulf arab nations+ over that country's support for islamist groups. bahrain, egypt, saudi arabia and the united arab emirates all announced they would withdraw their diplomatic staff from qatar+ , a gas-rich nation that will host the 2022 fifa world cup. saudi arabia said qatari troops would be pulled from its ongoing war in yemen. all the nations also said they planned to cut air and sea traffic to the peninsular country. it wasn't immediately clear how that would affect qatar airways, one of the region's major long-haul carriers. qatari officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment. the decision comes after qatar alleg...






qatar airways signs as fifa sponsor through 2022 world cup


fills sponsorship category vacated by dubai-based carrier emirates after the 2014 world cup.         






four arab nations sever diplomatic ties with qatar, exposing rift in region


dubai — four arab nations led a diplomatic break with qatar on monday, moving swiftly to isolate the small but influential country after accusing qatar’s rulers of supporting terrorist factions and stoking regional conflicts.the countries — saudi arabia, the united arab emirates, egypt and bahrain — released separate and apparently coordinated statements saying they would cut air, sea and land links with qatar, which hosts a forward base for the u.s. military’s central command and is home to the widely watched al jazeera network.some other countries later joined the four-nation bloc in cutting ties with qatar, which is also the venue for the 2022 world cup.the feud — the most serious in decades among some the region’s most key western allies — has been simmering for years a...






four arab nations sever diplomatic ties with qatar, exposing rift in region


dubai — four arab nations led a diplomatic break with qatar on monday, moving swiftly to isolate the small but influential country after accusing qatar’s rulers of supporting terrorist factions and stoking regional conflicts.the countries — saudi arabia, the united arab emirates, egypt and bahrain — released separate and apparently coordinated statements saying they would cut air, sea and land links with qatar, which hosts a forward base for the u.s. military’s central command and is home to the widely watched al jazeera network.some other countries later joined the four-nation bloc in cutting ties with qatar, which is also the venue for the 2022 world cup.the feud — the most serious in decades among some the region’s most key western allies — has been simmering for years a...






four arab nations sever diplomatic ties with qatar, exposing rift in region


dubai — four arab nations led a diplomatic break with qatar on monday, moving swiftly to isolate the small but influential country after accusing qatar’s rulers of supporting terrorist factions and stoking regional conflicts.the countries — saudi arabia, the united arab emirates, egypt and bahrain — released separate and apparently coordinated statements saying they would cut air, sea and land links with qatar, which hosts a forward base for the u.s. military’s central command and is home to the widely watched al jazeera network.some other countries later joined the four-nation bloc in cutting ties with qatar, which is also the venue for the 2022 world cup.the feud — the most serious in decades among some the region’s most key western allies — has been simmering for years a...






oil jumps as qatar ditched, london attacks hurt sterling


singapore: oil jumped after saudi arabia, egypt, the united arab emirates and bahrain cut ties with qatar on monday while sterling slipped after the weekend attacks in london that killed at least seven people and wounded 48, just days before britain's general national election. the coordinated move by the middle eastern countries, accusing the wealthy gulf arab state of supporting terrorism, dramatically escalates a simmering dispute over qatar's support for the muslim brotherhood, the world's oldest islamist movement. saudi arabia is the world's biggest exporter of crude oil. abu dhabi in the uae is also a major oil exporter. qatar is the biggest supplier of liquefied natural gas (lng) and a major seller of condensate - a low-density liquid fuel and refining product derived from natur...






four arab nations sever diplomatic ties with qatar, exposing rift in region


dubai — four arab nations announced monday that they were severing diplomatic relations with the gulf kingdom of qatar, moving swiftly to isolate the gas-rich country after accusing qatar’s government of supporting terrorist organizations and stoking regional conflicts. the four countries — saudi arabia, the united arab emirates, egypt and bahrain — released separate and apparently coordinated statements saying they would cut air, sea and land links with qatar, which hosts a base for the u.s. military’s air forces central command and will host the 2022 fifa world cup. qatar’s foreign ministry called the measures “unjustified” in a statement and said the decision to sever ties was a violation of the country’s sovereignty, and “based on claims and allegations that have no...






qatar population balloons 40% since 2010


visitors and engineers stand at the construction site of al bayt stadium in al khor, north of doha, qatar february 22, 2017.doha: qatar’s population has swollen by almost 40 per cent since the emirate was chosen to the host the 2022 world cup, official government figures have revealed.the country’s population stands at a record 2.67 million, according to figures just published from the ministry of development, planning and statistics (mdps).in december 2010, when it was controversially chosen as the venue for football’s biggest tournament, qatar had a population of 1.63 million, according to the mdps.the latest figure represents a 39 per cent increase on the 2010 population total.the number of people living in qatar has mushroomed as the gulf country recruits tens of thousands labour...






qatar coach quits as team struggles to stay in world cup contention


qatar coach jorge fossati resigned just a few hours after leading his team to a 3-2 win over south korea on tuesday which kept the nation's slim hopes of reaching next year's world cup finals alive.the uruguayan's decision to quit after less than a year in charge took the qatar football association by surprise and its president said he wanted to discuss the matter with the coach before accepting the resignation. qatar coach jorge fossati has resigned just a few hours after leading his team to a 3-2 win over south korea on tuesday. hamad bin khalifa bin ahmed al-thani said spanish under-23 team coach felix sanchez would take over if fossati could not be persuaded to stay on, doha-based tv station al-kass reported.as hosts of the 2022 world cup finals, the qataris were desperate to q...






qatar’s hosting of fifa world cup is not in any danger, says gianni infantino


by: express web desk | published:june 11, 2017 9:18 pm gianni infantino himself has been silent on the reasons behind the moves. (source: ap)fifa president gianni infantino has categorically said that the upcoming fifa world cup in qatar in 2022 is no threat due to the ongoing diplomatic crisis.in an interview with swiss newspapers le matin dimanche and sonntagszeitung, he stated that qatar’s hosting was in no danger. this was after he was enquired whether he felt there was any threats to the tournament being staged.  “no. in any case, i am not in the habit of speculating and i’m not going to this time either.”“the essential role of fifa, as i understand it, is to deal with football and not to interfere in geopolitics,” he said. “we are indeed facing a diplomatic crisis...






fifa bans ex-executive amos adamu for 2 years


by: ap | zurich | updated: march 1, 2017 1:11 pm adamu was an executive committee member in 2010 when russia and qatar won hosting rights for 2018 and 2022 world cups.former fifa executive committee member amos adamu has received a second ban for unethical conduct.fifa’s ethics committee said tuesday that its latest ban was the result of adamu’s “involvement in the organization of an event in 2010” which violated the rules of conduct and constituted a conflict of interest.a fifa investigation report, published in 2014, cited an article in british newspaper the sunday times which alleged that qatar’s 2022 world cup bid team paid $1 million to adamu’s son to “sponsor” an “african legends dinner” in 2010 in johannesburg.adamu was an executive committee member in 2010 ...






qatar cut off but south korea expect no impact from travel switch


by: reuters | seoul | published:june 7, 2017 2:27 pm uli stielike did not see the travel hiccup having any negative impact on his side. (source: reuters)top newssouth korea coach uli stielike does not expect the team to be affected by a late switch to their travel plans for next week’s world cup qualifier in qatar after the arab world’s biggest powers cut ties with the tiny gulf state on monday.saudi arabia, egypt, the united arab emirates and bahrain have severed diplomatic relations and cut transport links with qatar, which is set to stage the world cup in 2022, accusing it of supporting terrorism.korea are currently in the uae for a warm-up match against iraq later on wednesday. they had been scheduled to take the one-hour hop todoha on saturday but with flights from dubai to t...






french authorities investigate 2018 and 2022 world cup bids


by: ap | paris | published:april 28, 2017 3:33 pm sepp blatter was questioned in switzerland last week as a witness, the same person told the ap. (source: reuters)french financial prosecutors are investigating the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 world cups and have heard former fifa president sepp blatter.a person with direct knowledge of the investigation told the associated press on thursday that france’s financial prosecutor services (pnf) opened the investigation on grounds of private corruption, criminal association, influence peddling, and benefiting from influence peddling relating to the 2018 and 2022 world cups, which were awarded to russia and qatar respectively.the person spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly about the ca...






india-qatar: arab nations cut ties with qatar over ‘terror links’, mea worried a


bahrain, egypt, saudi arabia and the uae severed ties with qatar on monday and moved to cut off land, sea and air routes to the energy-rich nation, accusing it of supporting regional terror groups and iran. yemen, libya's eastern-based government and the maldives joined the ban later, plunging the international travel hub into chaos and igniting the biggest diplomatic crisis in the gulf since the 1991 war against iraq. global equity markets dipped along with oil prices amid concerns that the diplomatic rift may weaken a multi-national pact on crude output cuts. qatar, which will host the 2022 fifa world cup and is home to a major us military base, is the world's biggest supplier of liquefied natural gas (lng) and a major supplier of condensate. foreign minister sushma sw...






fifa grants media rights in china to cctv until 2022


by: reuters | published:november 1, 2017 4:42 pm the deal covers all media rights across all platforms. (source: ap)related newsfifa has extended its rights deal with china’s state broadcaster which has run since the 1978 world cup.the global soccer body said on wednesday that it has agreed to grant china central television (cctv) the exclusive media rights in china for the 2018 and 2022 world cups, which will be held in russia and qatar respectively.the deal with the state broadcaster includes all its other major international competitions until 2022, including the women’s world cup in 2019.it covered all media rights across all platforms including live, delayed and highlights rights, fifa said in a statement that gave no financial terms.fifa said that cctv, which has broadcast t...






two-vehicle wreck involving school bus shuts down two lanes on katy freeway


p o: houston transtar image 1of/2captioncloseimage 1 of 2a crash involving a school bus blocked two lanes of the katy freeway during rush hour, tuesday, jan. 31, 2017. a crash involving a school bus blocked two lanes of the katy freeway during rush hour, tuesday, jan. 31, 2017.  p o: houston transtar image 2 of 2a crash involving a school bus blocked two lanes of the katy freeway during rush hour, tuesday, jan. 31, 2017. a crash involving a school bus blocked two lanes of the katy freeway during rush hour, tuesday, jan. 31, 2017.  p o: houston transtar two-vehicle wreck involving school bus shuts down two lanes on katy freeway1 / 2back to gallerya two-vehicle wreck involving a school bus in fort bend county has shut down two lanes of interstate 10 in the katy area, according to houston tr