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Stocks in Qatar Sink Amid FIFA Arrests
Qatari stocks fell the most in eight weeks on Wednesday.
FIFA Officials Arrested on U.S. Corruption Charges
The U.S. Justice Department indicted 14 soccer officials on federal corruption charges.
FIFA Will Investigate Detention of BBC Crew in Qatar
A BBC crew was arrested after investigating labor conditions for World Cup construction workers.
Three More Companies Drop FIFA Sponsorship Deals
Castrol, Continental and Johnson & Johnson did not renew their contracts with the footballing body.
Jordan’s Maverick Prince Ali to Run Against Blatter for FIFA Presidency
The Prince calls for focus to return to the football pitch and not administration and backs the release of the Garcia report
Riot Police Called In After Smoke Bomb Protest at Sepp Blatter Lecture
Students attempted to storm the building as the Fifa president gave a lecture on 'Football as a School of Life' in Zurich
Fifa President Confirms Corruption Report Will Be Kept Secret
Sepp Blatter, Fifa's president, announced that the results of an investigation into allegations of corruption surrounding Qatar’s World Cup bid will not be released to the public
'The 2022 World Cup Will Not Take Place in Qatar,' Says Fifa Official
A member of the Fifa Executive Committee has said that he does not think the tournament will take place in Qatar due to health fears
FIFA Suspends Nigeria From All International Football
Nigeria surpassed World Cup expectations this year, but the team is now banned from international soccer after government meddling
Soccer Punch: How Qatar Came to Host the 2022 World Cup
FIFA has taken heat for its decision to hold its main event in a small emirate with big money.