by Travis Waldron Posted on June 2, 2015
FIFA president Sepp Blatter will resign after a week of corruption allegations. But FIFA faces challenges and questions about its ability to reform itself.
by Travis Waldron Posted on May 26, 2015
A new governmental plan would send prison laborers to factories to supply goods for Russia's World Cup projects.
by Travis Waldron Posted on May 24, 2015
Qatar won't allow Nepalese workers to return home for funerals of earthquake victims, according to the Nepal government.
by Travis Waldron Posted on May 18, 2015
The BBC reporters are at least the second media crew arrested in recent months while reporting on the Qatar World Cup.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Posted on April 3, 2015
According to a brochure, the marathon "represents a message of thanks and appreciation to the efforts of workers to contribute to the construction of the State of Qatar and the development of stadiums and prepared to host the FIFA World Cup 2022."
by Carimah Townes Posted on November 10, 2014
Modern-day slavery adds to the argument that Qatar should not host the 2022 World Cup.
by Hayes Brown Posted on September 23, 2014
It wasn't just ISIS in the U.S.' crosshairs on Monday night, but also a group with close ties to al-Qaeda's main leadership.
by Travis Waldron Posted on September 22, 2014
A top official expresses concern over safety at Qatar's 2022 World Cup, but there remains little indication that FIFA is considering a move.
by Shannon Greenwood Posted on July 22, 2014
Yet again, however, labor reform advocates say that the Qatari government hasn't gone nearly far enough.
by Kiley Kroh Posted on June 26, 2014
The 2014 World Cup in Brazil has been notable for more than hard-fought matches and stoppage time goals; it's also the first time official water breaks have been called due to excessive heat and humidity.