The seizure of data from the former leader of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan is part of a probe that has ensnared a former ambassador who pleaded guilty to charges of illegal foreign lobbying.
Students and faculty with the Afghanistan National Institute of Music flew last week from Doha to Lisbon, where they will start their new lives and reconstitute their celebrated academy in exile.
"We want to prove to everyone forever that we respect humanity," Taliban spokesman Muhammad Naeem Wardak told NPR in Doha, Qatar. He also said women "must have the right to education and to work."
Saudi Arabia has invested hundreds of millions of dollars to stage high-profile sporting events. Critics say those investments are an attempt by the kingdom to cover up human rights violations.
After two star athletes could not outdo one another, an official said they could move to a "jump-off." They had another idea: why not share?
Even with stringent lockdowns, the coronavirus has spread through migrant communities in some Middle Eastern countries where foreign workers live in cramped quarters.
Just four years ago, Platini was the powerful head of Europe's football association and was seen as the heir apparent to Sepp Blatter.
Qatar beat its larger neighbor 2-0. In the background was a boycott organized by Saudi Arabia, which has accused Qatar of funding terrorism.
Qatar made the announcement early Monday — the same day it informed OPEC it is withdrawing from the group. The country says it wants to focus on producing natural gas.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is urging easing economic tensions with Qatar amid efforts by the U.S. to apply new sanctions against Iran.