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BEIJING, Nov 29 (China Daily/ANN): Foreign Minister Wang Yi visited the two key US allies last week in an effort to forestall any attempts to build a united front against BeijingChina fears the Biden administration will not herald an immediate shift in Washington’s stance
WARSAW (Reuters) - Marcin Stasko did not hesitate to vote for the candidate of the small far-right Confederation party in the first round of Poland's presidential election last month, attracted in part by his promise to cut taxes.
(Reuters) - Several soccer governing bodies and rights holders issued a joint statement on Wednesday to collectively condemn what they called the theft of their intellectual property by channel beoutQ
PARIS (Reuters) - A French court has ruled that pirated sports content belonging to the Qatar-based broadcaster beIN was accessible via a Saudi-based satellite operator, but said it had not found evidence of "clear and illegal disruption", court documents seen by Reuters showed.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Arab leaders said on Sunday they would seek a U.N. Security Council resolution against the U.S. decision to recognise Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights and promised to support Palestinians in their bid for statehood.
DOHA (Reuters) - FIFA's drive to expand World Cup 2022 and stage it beyond Qatar risks including host countries that do not meet the soccer governing body's own standards on rights and labour, campaign groups said on Tuesday.
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Qatar running rampant to secure a maiden Asian Cup title in Abu Dhabi might have been the worst-case scenario for the hosts but it also offered hope for Gulf football that the 2022 World Cup might not now be a humiliating experience for the region.
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - A protest by the United Arab Emirates over the eligibility of two Qatar players was dismissed by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) on Friday, a few hours before they were due to take to the field for the Asian Cup final.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The 17th Asian Cup finals will be the biggest in the 62-year history of the tournament but even with 24 teams battling it out, it is hard to look much beyond regional powers Iran, Japan and South Korea as potential champions.