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Golovkin carries belts and Kazakhstan's hopes
Kazakhstan was on the map all along. All Gennady Golovkin did was circle it. Only eight countries in the world are bigger. It squats in the middle of Central Asia, larger by itself than Western Europe. It also is the biggest country in the world without a coastline. Since it only gained independence
Singapore up nine places in latest FIFA rankings
This follows consecutive 1-1 draws for the Lions in August and September. V Sundramoorthy's men drew Hong Kong in a home friendly last month and most recently against Turkmenistan in an Asian Cup qualifier. Malaysia on the other hand, have yet to win under new coach Nelo Vingada, and currently sit i
Singapore rise nine spots to go above Malaysia in FIFA world rankings
Singapore are above Malaysia on the FIFA world rankings for the first time in more than a year after climbing nine spots on the latest list. This comes after the Lions secured consecutive 1-1 draws against Hong Kong and Turkmenistan in their most recent international matches in August and September.
Turkmenistan and ICAO affirm new commitments and objectives supporting national and regional air transport benefits
MONTREAL and ASHGABAT - In a meeting last week with the President of Turkmenistan, Mr. Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, ICAO Council President Dr. Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu pledged support for the State's goal of establishing a regional transit and air freight hub in Ashgabat, while at the same time highlight
Turkmenistan: Repression Casts Shadow on Asian Games
The main stadium in Ashgabat where the fifth Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games will be held. 2016 Turkmen Initiative for Human Rights (Berlin, September 13, 2017) - Turkmenistan will host the 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) starting September 17, 2017, amid an appalling record of h
Guest Opinion: Uncommon answers to why we stay in Afghanistan
Much has been said about the war in Afghanistan since President Trump recently gave his lift to the illegal war, but there is much more that hasn't been said. First of all, Trump has handed complete control of the war over to the generals, including, it would appear, the "new" policy on Afghanistan.
From London to Mongolia by car
DRIVING across 20 countries might seem challenging for some. Despite the hardships, four Malaysians did it for charity and had a whole lot of fun in the process. It was a simple idea that turned into an adventure of a lifetime when Reuben Chan told his friends and family about a Mongol rally to help
Khawaja Asif leaves for Iran on one-day visit
Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif leaves for Iran after visiting China Foreign Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif on Monday arrived in Tehran on an official visit to hold talks with senior Iranian officials on leading mutual, regional and worldwide developments. The minister stressed that there is no milita
Russian aggression in the Black Sea cannot go unanswered
Getty The strategic environment in the Black Sea region has experienced a dramatic transformation over the last several years. Russia exponentially increased its military presence in the region after its 2014 annexation of Crimea, and establish a "platform for power projection" aimed not only at th
USA men's freestyle puts four in today's Cadet World Championships semifinals
Photo: Kurt McHenry looks to repeat as Cadet World champion. Photo by Richard Immel. ATHENS, Greece - The U.S. Cadet men's freestyle team put together a stellar morning session at the 2017 Cadet World Championships in Athens, Greece, sending four wrestlers to the semifinals and two others to the br
Lewan wins gold, Hoffman wins bronze and USA sends three more to Cadet World finals
Photo: Will Lewan won a Cadet World title in Athens, Greece. Photo by Richard Immel. ATHENS, Greece - The U.S. men's freestyle team finished day two of the 2017 Cadet World Championships with a World champion, World bronze medalist and three additional wrestlers earning spots in tomorrow's World fi
Singapore Asian Cup rivals Chinese Taipei appoint new coach for qualifiers
Gary White worked wonders with tiny Guam for four years between 2012 and 2016. Chinese Taipei's new head coach Gary White says his team can edge out Singapore and Turkmenistan to reach the 2019 Asian Cup in the United Arab Emirates. The former Guam boss was appointed on a one-year contract this week
Can a Giant Science Fair Transform Kazakhstan's Economy?
With Expo 2017, the former Soviet Republic is trying to wean itself from oil and create a new global financial hub. ASTANA, Kazakhstan - By day, the huge and gleaming sphere looks like the spaceship of aliens who may not have come in peace. At night, it blinks out a playful pattern of colors and boo
UFC 215: How to watch 'Amanda Nunes vs. Valentina Shevchenko 2' live stream online - 'Prelims'
Reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes will be back in action later tonight (Sat., Sept. 9, 2017) at UFC 215 live on pay-per-view (PPV) from inside Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, when she defends her 135-pound title opposite Russian power
Azerbaijan's Jan-Aug oil exports via Turkey pipeline fall 10 pct
BAKU, Sept 8 (Reuters) - Azeri oil exports through the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline via Georgia and Turkey fell by 9.7 percent year on year to 18.062 million tonnes in the January-August period, state energy company SOCAR said on Friday. The BTC pipeline is used to export oil via from the Aze
Asian Cup Qualifying half-term report cards: Southeast Asia
It is the halfway stage of the third and final round of qualifying for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup and Southeast Asia's sides have thus far enjoyed varying degrees of success. Of course, regional giants Thailand have already booked their ticket to United Arab Emirates 2019 by virtue of their top-two fini
The Caspian Sea Is Evaporating Due to Rising Average Temperatures
A 3-D satellite image of the Caspian Sea shows its placement between Iran, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Russia. Planet Observer/UIG/Getty Images When the ancient Romans arrived at the Caspian Sea a couple thousand years ago, they thought they'd arrived at an ocean. That's because it the
White targets Asian Cup qualification for Chinese Taipei
With their AFC Asian Cup qualification campaign faltering, Chinese Taipei have appointed a man who has a strong track record of success with emerging nations. Gary White has already targeted a spot at the 2019 tournament in the UAE and is believed to be close to securing the services of a highly-rat
Late lapses show Singapore's Lions still need to solve fitness concerns
As the Thais chased every ball against the Socceroos, the Lions ran out of puff against Turkmenistan. Singapore may have a smaller talent pool than their regional rivals, but there's no excuse for being less fit, argues Neil Humphreys. Singapore ran out of legs and conceded a late goal in a crucial
Singapore should have worked harder to protect Asian Cup lead - Sundram
Head coach V. Sundramoorthy says fatigue contributed Singapore conceding a late equaliser in the 1-1 home draw against Turkmenistan in the 2019 Asian Cup qualifiers on Tuesday night. The Lions had looked good for the three points after Shakir Hamzah's 63rd-minute strike. But they spurned a couple of