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Qatar's Olympic team has confirmed that 400m sprinter Abdalelah Haround has died aged 24, with the national federation's secretary general stating he had passed away in a car crash.
More than 80% of people surveyed in the UK want the home nations to boycott the Qatar 2022 World Cup, according to a new poll, with the main factors being reports of mass migrant worker deaths and women's and gay rights issues.
Football fans have reacted to the confirmed fixtures in the Champions League semi-finals, which have pitted new money titans PSG and Manchester City against each other.
German football star Toni Kroos has criticized the decision to allow Qatar to host the World Cup, but has called any boycott plans for the tournament pointless.
Joshua Kimmich said at the weekend that protests from fellow footballers, including his own German national team, are "10 years too late". It is difficult not to agree.
Organizers of a major volleyball tournament in Qatar have backed down over the wearing of bikinis, potentially ending a row that saw two German players vow to boycott the event over an apparent ban on skimpy teamwear.
More than just a game of football, Sunday's Champions League final could provide Paris Saint-Germain's Qatari benefactors with bragging rights over their regional petrostate rivals.
After a sensational headline in The Guardian dished the dirt on UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s meeting with an “ex-KGB agent” in Italy, the Russian businessman involved has hit back, with some trolling accusations of his own.
Twitter has permanently banned nearly three hundred accounts based in Egypt and the United Arab Emirates, citing “platform manipulation” which boosted support for the Saudi government and “targeted” countries like Iran and Qatar.