There is uncertainty over when the tournament will be held due to the high temperatures in the summer
Sepp Blatter has admitted he is open to the possibility of staging the 2022 World Cup in more than one Gulf nation after revealing several countries had offered to co-host the tournament with Qatar.
The Turks are preparing to smother the 100th anniversary of their Holocaust against the Christian Armenians of the Ottoman Empire in 1915
The thinking behind Australia’s switch in football federations from Oceania to Asia in 2006 was that it would raise standards in both their domestic and international sides. It has not quite worked out like that so far.
Blatter dominates events amid hints he will stand again in 2015
Uncertainty over the 2022 tournament set to continue as task force is set up
The decision represents something of a U-turn for football's governing body
Fraudsters including Armenians, Turks, Kurds, Japanese, members of al-Qa’ida and the Knights of Malta have tried to claim the money, but no one is sure who it belongs to
Far-right party benefits from fatal shooting of armed robber and former PM’s comments
As Assad and Putin ‘outmanoeuvre’ Obama, fighters expect more from their Western ally. By Kim Sengupta
Hope of a more open approach to the internet from new government after 15 ministers sign-up
Leaders say that no one trusts the Americans as a result of their policy in Iraq
Air strikes on Syria could have “catastrophic effects” on the desperate humanitarian crisis in the region, a charity has warned.
Saudi Arabia's cabinet has passed a ban on domestic violence and other forms of abuse against women for the first time in the Kingdom's history.
Lebanese Red Cross says at least 500 people here hurt
Hopes that Iran will get sweeter with Rouhani in power are naive, to say the least