Day: October 2, 2022

FIFA Sets October 21 As The Date For The Football Associations To Send The Lists Of Their Preliminary Teams That Will Compete In The World Cup – Qatar 2022.

FIFA Sets October 21 As The Date For The Football Associations To Send The Lists Of Their Preliminary Teams That Will Compete In The World Cup – Qatar 2022.

The International Football Association and the Organizing Committee for the Qatar 2022 World Cup have set October 21 as the date for the football federations to send the lists of their preliminary teams that will compete in the World Cup. And the football federations reached a letter from the International Football Association, regarding the conditions that must be adhered to, in preparation for participating in the Qatar World Cup 2022, which will be held between November 20 and December 18 next. The International Federation called on the football federations participating in the World Cup to send their preliminary lists before…
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WTO: Central Banks Have No Choice But To Raise Interest Rates Due To Inflation.

WTO: Central Banks Have No Choice But To Raise Interest Rates Due To Inflation.

The Director-General of the World Trade Organization, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, warned on Tuesday that the world is on the verge of a "global recession" at a time when it is facing "multiple crises." Speaking at the opening of the organization's annual general forum in Geneva, Okonjo-Iweala said that expectations had previously indicated a "post-epidemic recovery."And she continued, "But now we have to face signs of an upcoming recession," stressing that it is a "global recession." "I think that's where we're headed," she said. But at the same time, we have to start thinking about recovery. We have to get back to…
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Coup In Burkina Faso: Deposed Colonel Damiba Agrees To Resign.

Coup In Burkina Faso: Deposed Colonel Damiba Agrees To Resign.

The leader of Burkina Faso's ruling junta, Lieutenant-Colonel Damiba, deposed by Captain Ibrahim Traoré but who refused to abdicate, finally agreed to resign on Sunday, religious and community leaders said, "in order to avoid clashes," they said, two days after the coup. In Burkina Faso, the head of the deposed junta, Paul-Henri Damiba, tendered his resignation on Sunday, October 2. This was accepted by religious and community leaders as well as Captain Ibrahim Traoré, Burkina Faso's new de facto ruler, according to a statement. "Following the mediation actions" carried out by these leaders between the two rivals, "President Paul-Henri Sandaogo…
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