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FIFA brings end to Pakistan suspension for court interference

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Rules imposed by FIFA and its members prohibit outside influence on its independence.

ZURICH -- FIFA has lifted the Pakistan football federation's suspension, imposed in October because of outside interference by a court.

Rules imposed by world football's governing body and its members prohibit outside influence on their independence.

FIFA said Pakistan's federation had this month "successfully taken back control" of its offices and accounts from a court-appointed administrator.

The country's men's national team has not played since 2015, according to FIFA's website, and is ranked...

Iran ban on female fans at matches will end soon - FIFA's Gianni Infantino

FIFA President Gianni Infantino says Iran has assured him female fans will be allowed to attend stadiums "soon" after they were barred from a game he attended in Tehran.

Iran has barred women from attending men's football games since the Iranian Revolution in 1979.

Just like predecessor Sepp Blatter five years ago, Infantino returned from a trip to Tehran with a reassurance from Iranian President Hassan Rouhani that women won't be shut out of stadiums for much longer.

But no timeframe was provided...

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Iraq urges FIFA to end three-decade home internationals ban

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Iraq hope they will soon be able to play competitive home internationals again.

Iraq wants FIFA to lift its ban on competitive home internationals, the country's sports minister has said.

The ban was imposed following Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990, but the Iraqi authorities hope that the hosting of Gulf football friendlies in renovated grounds will mean it can be lifted entirely.

The FIFA ban, which covered everything except local matches, was lifted in 2012 but reimposed after a match between Iraq and Jordan was hit by a power outage.

It has been relaxed to allow Iraq...