Police in Minnesota warn that Patrik Mathews may be in the state, which is believed to have an active cell of The Base, the terror group he is alleged to be a part of.
This summer's other festival of football is trying to shake a history of poor timing and financial mismanagement.
A report by military intelligence outlines that since 2013, 53 Canadian Armed Forces members were either connected to hate groups or hate incidents.
In representing a country that remains unrecognized by the international community, the Somaliland national team are making a statement both on and off the pitch.
The Canadian Training Assistance Team is part of Canada's reformulated mission to counter IS.
The man only got a yellow card for this one.
The nature and timing of this week's arrests could well serve to strengthen Sepp Blatter's grip on the FIFA throne.
Equatorial Guinea is one of the most repressed and unequal nations in the world, but its dictatorial President is using soccer to pretty up his reputation.
In a week that saw FIFA confirm its status as the world’s most farcical sports authority, the CAF, as though in solidarity, showed that it’s not far behind.
Ebola paranoia led to Morocco withdrawing as host nation for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations and the situation is only getting worse.