SECRET LETTER LEAK: President Joe Biden's Brother Touted His Family Connections In Note To Qatari Royal Family
Sources: Radar Online and Daily Mail(Shout out to check their amazing websites) President Joe Biden's younger brother allegedly wrote a letter praising his family connections while requesting employment from the Qatari royal family.
Qatar Islamic Bank Chairman bid to acquire Manchester United
A member of the Qatari royal family has submitted an offer to acquire Manchester United Plc, formally starting the bidding process for the English football giant. Jassim bin Hamad bin Jaber Al Thani, the chairman of Qatar Islamic Bank and son of the country’s former prime minister, confirmed his bid to acquire the English Premier League club in an emailed statement Friday.
Weeks following ordeal over “pride” shirt in Qatar—Grant Wahl dies covering World Cup
FIFA World Cup 2022Photo by(FIFA) American soccer journalist Grant Wahl has died in Qatar after reportedly collapsing while reporting on the World Cup. He was 48 years old. Wahl pictured with pride shirtPhoto by(CNNWIRE)
Sports World Reacts to Suspicious Death of Journalist Grant Wahl
According to his employer, NPR, journalist Grant Wahl has died in Qatar while covering the World Cup. "NPR can confirm the death of longtime soccer sportswriter Grant Wahl," the outlet tweeted on Friday evening. "He died today in Doha, Qatar while covering the Argentina-Netherlands World Cup quarterfinal."
Croatian Model Risks a Fine By Appearing in Revealing Clothes
The model has drawn a lot of attention by appearing at the World Cup matches of the Croatian national team. Ivana Knoll, a model from Croatia, blatantly disobeyed Qatar's dress code during the match that took place on Sunday. She wore a dress that accentuated her curves when she went to watch the first group match for her country, which was played against Morocco at the Al-Bayat stadium.
88,966 World Cup fans fill Lusail Stadium to watch Messi and Argentina beat Mexico 2-0
Argentina's La Albiceleste advances past Mexico's El Tri in the World Cup games.Photo byPhoto by Pixabay. The pressure was on from the start of the game as the Argentinian national team, La Albiceleste, had to win today or be eliminated from the World Cup. So as the players stepped onto the pitch of Lusail Stadium in Qatar, their faces didn't hide their edgy look.
Qataris continue to decry Western media coverage of the country during the World Cup
Qatar continues its fight against its negative image across the world.Photo byPhoto by Lara Jameson. Celebrities and social luminaries continue voicing their contempt for Qatar as it hosts the World Cup games. Their indictment has haunted the country for the past 20 years. Namely, Qatar is accused of human rights violations.
Reversing Previous Policy, Qatar Restricts Alcohol At World Cup Stadiums
Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of QatarPhoto byAhmad Thamer Al Kuwari on Wikimedia Commons. The World Cup is an event watched and celebrated by billions of people every four years and this year will be no different. Fans in countries around the world will watch game after game on television or online in the hopes of watching their teams make it all the way to the finals. The excitement they feel is only exceeded by those lucky enough to attain tickets to watch the matches in person. If you are familiar with the clips and highlights of World Cups of the past, many of these fans are cheering and singing, beers in hand. Not this year, however. Due to a last minute change by Qatar, beer will be restricted this year.
FIFA Uses AI To Determine Offsides At World Cup
At the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, offside positions will be checked with a high-tech ball and AI - this should be faster and easier to understand. FIFA will be using a new offside detection system at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (November 21 to December 18, 2022). As the Guardian reports, AI-based detection will be used, based on the position of the player using twelve cameras and a new ball with a sensor.