News about 'Qatar'

May 18, 2011

Al-Jazeera journalist Dorothy Parvaz released after being detained in Syria for 19 days

Al-Jazeera journalist Dorothy Parvaz released after being detained in Syria for 19 days
By in Asia, Current Events No comments

Al-Jazeera journalist Dorothy Parvaz, who was detained in Syria the day she arrived the country, was released by Iranian authorities and is now back in Doha, Qatar. Al-Jazeera journalist Dorothy Parvaz Image Credit: Megan MacKenzie/Al-Jazeera As confirmed at Al-Jazeera’s official website on Wednesday, May 18, 2011, Dorothy Parvaz has been released after being reported to […]


Mar 28, 2011

Artificial Cloud Planned to Combat Heat During 2022 Qatar Fifa World Cup

Artificial Cloud Planned to Combat Heat During 2022 Qatar Fifa World Cup
By in Environment, Football, Middle East No comments

  Image Credit : Blippit.com Qatar will hold the 2022 World Cup between June and July 2022. One of their greatest challenges is the temperature that could reach up to 50 degree centigrade. The World Cup stadium was initially plan to be air-conditioned via solar power but report says that there were recent development by […]


Dec 2, 2010

Bill Clinton and Morgan Freeman Bid for Hosting the World Cup 2022

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Bill Clinton and Morgan Freeman bid for hosting the World Cup 2022 in Switzerland. The former president told the FIFA executive committee that hosting the World Cup in the US is an excellent choice because of the diverse culture in America. This is according to international news sites as of December 1, 2010.


Dec 2, 2010

Holographic World Cup in 2022, Japan’s Daring Plan

By in Opinion, Sports, Technology No comments

A holographic World Cup in 2022 is Japan’s daring plan for this popular soccer game. If this proposal becomes a reality, then it would be unprecedented. Viewers from all over the world would watch the World Cup 2022 in full size holographic images. This was reported by CNN.


Nov 25, 2010

New York University Professor Wafaa Bilal Gets Camera Implanted In Head For Arts’ Sake

The 3rd Eye of Wafaa Bilal
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For arts’ sake, New York University arts professor Wafaa Bilal got the back of his head implanted with a small digital camera, several international news sites reported on Wednesday.