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LIVING in a country where there are almost no major natural disasters, I must say I had no idea of what to expect when the news came that Typhoon Tisoy was going to hit the Philippines – just as my mates and I are there to cover the SEA Games.
ONE can never get hungry in the vibrant city of Manila. There are countless home-grown fast food chains such as Jollibee, Chowking and Mang Inasal, apart from the McDonald’s, KFC and Burger King located almost just a few metres away from each other on the streets. And most are operating 24 hours
THE big day is here. The months of preparations, the training and the competitions all come to a head when the 30th SEA Games begins in earnest in the Philippines with the opening ceremony today.
A TYPHOON is set to hit the Philippines on the opening day of the 30th SEA Games on Sunday, adding more headache to the organisers.
DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar will charter two cruise liners to help accommodate football fans during the 2022 World Cup, as the Gulf nation of about 2.7 million people looks for ways to host an expected 1 million visitors.
(Reuters) - Football has long mixed with politics in South America but the refusal of Chilean players to play a friendly against Peru in sympathy with anti-government protesters has taken action and awareness to a new level.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chile's players have pulled out of next week’s friendly with Peru as the country continues to suffer from the effects of weeks of protests and violent unrest.
ASUNCION (Reuters) - The Copa Libertadores final between Flamengo and River Plate has been moved to Lima in Peru from Santiago because of unrest in the Chilean capital, the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) said on Tuesday.
DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar's hosting of the world athletics championships brought criticism for poor attendances and hot conditions for road events but there was something else which struck many visitors about 2022 World Cup host nation - a lack of things to do.
DOHA (Reuters) - On a late September evening in Qatar a persistent 35 degree Celsius heat hung outside the 2022 World Cup host's newly-built Al Janoub stadium, but down on the pitch the temperature was a cool 21 degrees.