Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Sport

Royal Hunting Rare Bird Attacked

A group of Pakistani villagers brandishing guns and knives attacked the convoy of a Qatar royal family member on an expedition to hunt the...

Shaikh Ahmed quits FIFA council to fight bribery charge

World sports powerbroker Shaikh Ahmed Al-Fahad Al-Sabah announced his resignation yesterday from the FIFA council, saying he did not want any distractions while fighting...

Adrenaline Dates

Try something new and exciting for a change Indoor Skydiving at Gravity This is Bahrain’s first indoor skydiving experience and has already gathered a lot of...

More Deaths in Doha

Why are so many people dying in the World Cup 2022 construction site? A British man died while working on a stadium which will be used...

Qatar says boycott won’t affect 2022 World Cup preparation

“For every challenge that we face, there are solutions that keep popping up,” Secretary General of the Qatar World Cup Supreme Committee for Delivery...

Dubai: Camel racing

The Dubai Camel Racing Club draws wealthy members from across the Arabian Peninsula, including Saudis, Kuwaitis, Bahrainis, as well as Emiratis. Camel racing is a...

Domestic cricketer collapses during practice game, dies

The cricketing fraternity in Oman was left in shock on Saturday after 39 year old Mohammed Ashfaque Shaikh, who played in domestic league, collapsed on the...

Saudi fans set to miss World Cup opener as TV rights...

Millions of Saudi football fans face missing seeing their country playing the opening World Cup match against hosts Russia on TV due to a diplomatic...

Fed Cup: Indonesia defeats Bahrain

Manama : Bahrain National Tennis Team suffered 3-0 loss at the hands of Indonesia in Group D on the opening day of Fed Cup,...

Saudi minister tweets he refused a meeting request with UEFA chief...

MOSCOW (AP) - Saudi Arabia's sports minister has criticized the president of European soccer on Twitter in an escalating dispute over Qatar-owned sports broadcasting...

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