The Asian Football Confederation (AFC), together with the Qatar Football Association (QFA), on Thursday confirmed Doha, Qatar, as the venue for this year’s AFC Champions League single-leg final, which will be held on December 19.
Fresh bloodshed has rocked Laghman Province in eastern Afghanistan as President Ashraf Ghani left Kabul for a visit to Doha for meetings with Qatari officials amid inconclusive US-brokered negotiations with the Taliban militants.
Zarif made the remarks while addressing the Doha Forum in the Qatari capital on Sunday, where he said, “The disparities in power, geographic size, natural and human resources and the like among countries in our region have led to disastrous conclusions.”
Iranian Minister of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi said Iran defused 33 million cyberattacks last year, warning against a rise in cyber threats facing different societies in the world.
Qataris passionate about falconry visit the S'hail exhibition, an international event held in Doha since 2017, where falconers can buy and sell their precious birds and everything they need for their desert hunting expedition, a tradition well rooted in the Qatari culture and passed on through generations from father to sons.
Qatar has pledged to continue support for the stability and sovereignty of Somalia amid heightened tensions between the East African country and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a party to the Saudi-led quartet of Doha’s boycotters.