Aberdeen’s assistant manager Tony Docherty will join Gordon Strachan’s Scotland backroom staff for this month’s double-header against Canada and Slovenia.
Writing on The Players’ Tribune, Italy legend Fabio Cannavaro tells the story of how he went from being a ball boy to lifting the World Cup and the Ballon d’Or.
The State of Biafra shall be a union of voluntary nations with the same irreducible value-system, culture and historical ties. To join the union of Biafra, each proposed constituent nation or sub-nation listed below must vote in a referendum, where they will unambiguously assert their will to be part of the union of…
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has released a organogram for the constitution of the proposed Biafra nation. The IPOB said the release of the oragnogram is to showcase the type of leadership IPOB plans for Biafra after its actualization. The spokesperson Emma Powerful said: “The diagram stipulates the directorates, commissions and Agencies in the…
CAIRO — Egypt’s Parliament on Monday expelled one of its few dissenting lawmakers, the scion of a storied political family, having accused him of leaking sensitive information to Western diplomats.
A half-dozen United Nations experts who investigate human rights abuses have taken the rare step of banding together to condemn China for expulsions of monks and nuns from major religious enclaves in a Tibetan region.
DHAKA, Bangladesh — Bangladesh’s Parliament softened its landmark law against underage marriage on Monday, a move that human rights activists say could roll back the country’s decades-long campaign to curtail teenage pregnancy and maternal and
MOSCOW — The Kremlin, increasingly convinced that President Trump will not fundamentally change relations with Russia, is instead seeking to bolster its global influence by exploiting what it considers weakness in Washington, according to political advisers, diplomats, journalists and other analysts.
Ireland have arranged a friendly against Mexico in June, as a warm-up to their World Cup qualifier against Austria later in the month.
MEDICINE HAT, Alberta — Kurt Remple, a toothless, unemployed, struggling alcoholic in this prairie town with the curious name is a success story of sorts. Five years ago, he was living under a bridge and surviving on free meals from charities.