A report compiled by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) identified several contradictions in the statements of former army chief general Aslam Beg and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief General Asad Durrani about the distribution of huge sums ....
Brazil’s Workers Party registered jailed former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Wednesday as its presidential candidate while he sat in prison serving a 12-year graft sentence expected to block his candidacy.
US newspapers big and small hit back yesterday at Donald Trump’s relentless attacks on the news media with a co-ordinated campaign of editorials, triggering a fresh tirade from the president on Twitter.
Dr Mutlaq bin Majid al-Qahtani, the special envoy of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, met with UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Tadamichi Yamamoto, who is currently visiting Qatar.
Qatar volleyball team will fly to the Indonesian capital of Jakarta yesterday for the 18th edition of the Asian Games from Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) after winning the AVC Cup for men, which concluded on Wednesday.
China will be showing off an embarrassment of sporting riches, Indonesia will seek to prove its organisational capability and, equally importantly, the 18th Asian Games will offer a sneak peak into the future of the Olympics.
Dutchman Robin Haase upset German fourth seed Alexander Zverev 5-7 6-5 7-5 at the Cincinnati Masters on Wednesday and Wimbledon winner Novak Djokovic cruised into the third round before rain interrupted play.
Amid speculation that Beauden Barrett’s place in the All Blacks side could be under threat, the flyhalf will find himself under increased scrutiny tomorrow when they face Australia in the Rugby Championship opener in Sydney.
World tennis chiefs yesterday approved a radical Davis Cup overhaul that will condense the 118-year-old worldwide showpiece into an 18-team, week-long event but critics blasted the changes as a “black day” for the sport.
There will not be a more fantastical sport plotline in our lives than Tiger Woods’s Thanksgiving in 2009, when the incandescent career and immaculate public image of the world’s most dominant and influential athlete came spectacularly undone in the dead of a Florida night.
I work for the Qatar Football Association as executive director for National Teams and was nominated to take part in the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC)’s Russia 2018 secondment programme.