Which teams have reached the FIFA World Cup 2022-Qatar quarter-finals?

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is an international football tournament contested by the men's national teams of FIFA's member associations. The 22nd

Eight million people could still be exposed to flooding in Pakistan.

In Pakistan's IslamabadMore than 240,000 people in the southern province of Sindh remain homeless, according to a UN assessment on Pakistan's

After the World Cup game, Samuel Eto'o apologizes for attacking a man.

Following Brazil's 4-1 victory against South Korea earlier this week, Samuel Eto'o, the president of the Cameroon Football Federation and a former

Belarus is relocating its troops amid Ukrainian attack fears

In response to worries that Russia could strike Ukraine through Belarus, Belarus plans to move military hardware and personnel on Wednesday and

Christiano Ronaldo was dropped to bench, role 'to be defined', coach says

After leaving out his captain for yesterday's victory over Switzerland in the round of 16, Portugal manager Fernando Santos stated that Cristiano

Brazil's football fans encourage squad to win the World Cup for Pele.

At the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, tens of thousands of singing and dancing Brazil supporters have been supporting their side, but they have also been

Following a mass trial for protests, Chad imprisons over 260 individuals.

401 individuals were tried in Koro Toro jail for participating in anti-government demonstrations that took place in October. More than 260 people

A roadside explosion in northern Afghanistan claimed at least seven lives.

According to local authorities, the most recent incident in the violent nation of Afghanistan left at least seven dead in a roadside

Russian authorities advise the people of Kherson to utilize roubles.

In occupied portions of the Kherson region, Russian imposed officials have persuaded the populace to convert their savings into Russian

Russia's largest-ever cyberattack targets a state-owned bank

The greatest cyberattack in its history was disclosed by VTB, the second-largest state-owned bank in Russia. According to officials, the bank was

Drone attacks in Russia increase concerns about the "depth" of the conflict

A day after similar strikes on air bases in the Ryazan and Saratov districts resulted in the deaths of three Russian military personnel, Russia

Glencore will pay $180 million to settle  Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) corruption charges.

The world's largest commodities trader Glencore has agreed to pay $180 million to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to settle corruption

Pakistan’s new army chief, General Asim Munir faces challenges

General Asim Munir became command of Pakistan's nuclear-armed military this week, giving him what is perhaps the most powerful position in the

Nigerian railway operations are resumed eight months after a significant attack.

The Kaduna train attack was one of several significant occurrences this year that highlighted the difficulty Nigeria's overworked security personnel

Wallace Leite, a 60-year-old drummer,  so called "Brazilian football’s unofficial drummer" from Sao Paulo, has attended every Brazil game for the last ten World Cup competitions.

Wallace Leite, the unofficial World Cup drummer for Brazil, hasn't missed the most famous football tournament on earth since 1986. Nothing has

In Ukraine, thieves attempt to remove the Gas-Masked Woman artwork by Banksy

A group of people who attempted to cut the mural from a war-damaged wall in Hostomel were detained by police. The graffiti is seen on the

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov: US, NATO become warring parties after providing arms to Ukraine.

Sergey Lavrov, the foreign minister of Russia, claims that NATO and the United States are involved in the conflict in Ukraine as a result of their

ConocoPhillips and QatarEnergy ink an LNG agreement for Germany

Beginning in 2026, the arrangement will supply Germany with two million tonnes of LNG per year for at least 15 years. The first such

The British leader, PM Sunak who came to power last month, promises 'robust pragmatism' in his first foreign policy speech.

Rishi Sunak, the new prime minister of the United Kingdom, was elected last month with the hope that he would usher in a period of fresh, stable

A Pakistani woman who lost her pregnancy due to floods and still suffering health crisis

Numerous thousands of women continue to experience reproductive problems and escalating mental health challenges. Pakistan's Islamabad -