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The 2022 World Cup Plants Some Trees and Prepares to Step Into the Spotlight

DOHA, Qatar — The roads here can be impervious to GPS navigation. Drive around the city, and the green line on the screen will start interlacing into useless shapes. The robot voice will begin to cont... read more

China tempers expectations ahead of PyeongChang Winter Olympics

With less than two weeks to go before the start of the 2018 Winter Olympics in the city of PyeongChang ... stage of the World Cup series this season at Lake Placid, United States. Qi Guangpu and Jia Z... read more

FA bosses say they WILL defy FIFA's ban on poppies at Remembrance Day match by wearing armbands as Senegalese bureaucrat behind the ruling scoffs Britain is 'not the only ...

Samoura, a married mother-of-three, sparked anger among some in FIFA when she was parachuted into the £1million-a-year role by ... widespread anger at the organisation for awarding the 2022 World Cup ... read more

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Football's governing body FIFA approved holding the final of the controversial 2022 World Cup in Qatar on December 18 at the end of the first tournament held in the northern winter, a top official sai... read more

A Beautiful Game: Golf and Life in Rio on the Eve of the Olympics

To prepare for the 2014 World Cup ... trees separate two worlds. Somewhere beyond the boundary, American rock music cuts through golf chatter. Follow the beat, and things get even more complicated. Th... read more

Qatar to publish report on worker abuse claim

Qatar is to publish a report into claims of widespread abuse of migrant workers revamping Qatar ahead of the 2022 World Cup within the next few weeks as organisers prepare to start work ... and claims ... read more

'Green' issues weigh increasingly on sport

ASO, which also organises cycling's most prestigious and gruelling race, the Tour de France, is becoming used to dealing with such questions, as sport in general is increasingly ... world football gov... read more

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And with that, a silver dollar was flipped into the air on ... Joint Bid to Host 2026 World Cup Pavel Golovkin/AP She asked council members to reconsider the landscaping, which includes more than 150 ... read more

Why we compost

Beneath the soil is a dark, microscopic world with a thriving community of beneficial microbes, insects and worms that decompose organic matter into humus and nutrients for the plants and trees ... pi... read more

Football 'minnows' hit back at German idea to weight FIFA votes

Blatter resigned a few days later as U.S. and Swiss investigations into ... Some also say that objections to Blatter, and proposals to change FIFA's voting system, may be "sour grapes" on the part of ... read more

200 cr trees to be planted along highways: Gadkari

The government plans to plant 200 crore trees along the entire ... Mr. Gadkari said Gram Panchayats will be taken into confidence and the unemployed youth could be assigned 50 trees each which could f... read more

Spotlight on shrubs

"Drip irrigation uses much less water than sprinkler irrigation since it carries water more effectively into the root zones of trees and shrubs ... overcrowded and overgrown. Plant with your children ... read more

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