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The growing calls for a boycott of the Qatar World Cup

Yahoo Daily News 03 Mar 2021
If Mr Fischer manages to get 50,000 signatures by June 8 then, under Danish law, the country’s participation in the Qatar 2022 World Cup will have to be debated in the national parliament ... The aim was to shed light on how problematic it is that the second biggest sport event in the world is being held in Qatar.” ... Qatar 2022 ... Qatar 2022.
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Bolivia boss Farias upbeat about World Cup qualifiers

China.dot.org 02 Mar 2021
Bolivia has just one point from their opening four qualifiers and are already in danger of falling out of contention for a place in Qatar next year. However, Farias, who was appointed Bolivia manager for a second time in August 2019, said he ...
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New cases of UK, South African�variants detected in PH

The Manila Times 02 Mar 2021
The B1351 variant, which is said to have a higher�transmissibility�and has a potential impact on vaccine efficacy, was detected in three local cases in Pasay City, two returning Overseas Filipinos from United Arab Emirates and Qatar, and one unverified person.
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Compass files S-1, reveals $3.7B in revenue on net loss of $270M

Crunch 02 Mar 2021
Compass, the real-estate brokerage startup backed by roughly $1.6 billion in venture funding, filed its S-1 Monday ... Other investors include the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board, Fidelity, Wellington Management, and the Qatar Investment Authority, according to Crunchbase ... That financing valued Compass at $6.4 billion ... .
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Bengaluru’s office sector strengthens bond with institutional investors

Business Line 02 Mar 2021
While Blackstone made a splash with their tie-up with Embassy Office Parks early, at the beginning of the last decade, others such as Mapletree Investments, GIC, Qatar Investment Authority, Godrej Fund Management and Mitsui Fudosan have all come calling over the last five to seven years.
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Senik meets with Qatari partners to discuss Olvia Port concession

MENA FN 01 Mar 2021
(MENAFN - UkrinForm) During a working visit to Qatar, Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Senik met with the management of the Qatari company QT... .
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Callum O'Dowda back in training with Bristol City ahead of Ireland's 2022 World Cup qualifiers

RTE 01 Mar 2021
The injury had put his availability in doubt for Ireland's World Cup qualifiers against Serbia and Luxembourg on 24 and 27 March, as well as the Dublin friendly against Qatar on 30 March.
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Tennis-After Melbourne loss, Sabalenka vows to be ready for Serena

Metro USA 01 Mar 2021
Sabalenka did not drop a set in her first three rounds before going down in three against the 39-year-old American in the fourth last month ... I would say it was not really smart mistakes from me ... Sabalenka, who will defend her Qatar Open title this week, managed to match Williams’s power from the baseline but felt her approach was not right ... .
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After Melbourne loss, Sabalenka vows to be ready for Serena

Hindustan Times 01 Mar 2021
Sabalenka did not drop a set in her first three rounds before going down in three against the 39-year-old American in the fourth last month. PUBLISHED ON MAR 01, 2021 08.48 PM IST ... Sabalenka, who will defend her Qatar Open title this week, managed to match Williams's power from the baseline but felt her approach was not right ... ....
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Sabalenka vows to be ready for Serena

Supersport 01 Mar 2021
Then I step in on the court and I understand, like, 'wow, actually I can play her, I can beat her'."</p>Sabalenka, who will defend her Qatar Open title this week, managed to match Williams's power from the baseline but felt her approach was not ...
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World's biggest sovereign fund slashes Saudi stocks exposure

Arabian Business 26 Feb 2021
Norway’s $1.3 trillion sovereign wealth fund slashed its exposure to Saudi Arabian stocks last year while boosting its portfolio in neighbouring Qatar by almost seven times ... Qatar is now its second-biggest holding in the Gulf after the United Arab Emirates.
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Al Jazeera staff say rightwing platform will ‘irreparably tarnish’ brand

The Observer 25 Feb 2021
More than 100 staff at the Qatar-funded media organisation Al Jazeera have signed an open letter to management objecting to the launch of a rightwing digital platform that they say betrays its journalism and will “irreparably tarnish the network’s brand and work” ... Qatar is thought ...
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This Spring Break, 65 Is the New 20

The Daily Beast 25 Feb 2021
They’ve worn masks and are socially distanced, but they still managed to get around a little ... Prior to the pandemic shutdowns, they had managed to fit in trips to Qatar and Thailand in January, Arizona and Nevada in February, and Northern California in March ... They still managed to ...
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