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Croatia joins the core EU group of Eurozone and Schengen members on January 1, 2023, but before that the country’s football team will try to defeat Argentina and advance to the World Cup final.
Russia is proposing a major reconfiguration of the Central Asian gas market. Eurasianet’s weekly Turkmenistan briefing.
Amid heightened tensions between Serbia and Kosovo, the World Cup match between Serbia and Switzerland — which has two key players of Kosovo Albanian origin — became highly politicised.
Croatia’s spectacular performance in the 2018 World Cup was accompanied by a consumer spending boom.
American soccer officials say move was made in support of anti-regime protesters. Iranian counterparts say it breaches Fifa rules on “offending dignity”.
Banner showing Kosovo as part of Serbia reignited tensions after a deal was struck to end rift over car number plates that risked starting new conflict.
Ahead of Wales World Cup match, focus is again on whether Iranian players will sing national anthem.
In Qatar, soccer players bravely stand silent during anthem. Back in Iran, regime may be preparing a death penalty climate of fear.
As Iranians prepare to take on England in FIFA World Cup, authorities will be nervous about any signs of solidarity with protests shown by players.
Human rights group warns mass executions could be ahead unless international community raises the political cost of the regime’s actions.
Ukraine, meanwhile, makes case that Fifa should expel the Iranian football team from the upcoming Qatar world cup finals.
Media struggles to paint reliable picture of evolving events amid internet blackouts deployed by officials. Generation Z most prominent in unrest.
Government will be anxious to avoid any such sentiments from hugely popular Iranian soccer squad preparing for Fifa World Cup in Qatar.
According to a report published last week by US publication Business Insider, a range of Western tech firms are users of FindFace, a controversial face recognition technology developed by Russian startup NtechLab.
Qatari minister assesses use of Iranian ports in finals that will see Iran play England and US.
News concerning appointment of non-executive director at Slovenia's bad bank broke just weeks before Slovenia is due to hold general elections on April 24.
Opponents Iraq lose eight players found Covid-positive before match, while the Iranians lose three.
FShF head Armand Duka is in a very public conflict with Tirana mayor Erion Veliaj, who has made accusations of corruption and pledged to "control football" in a secret recording.
Host cites to raise their profiles just as international travel starts to revive, but little hope of the usual tourism and consumer spending bonanza.