As well as the golf, there will also be a QLO "village" with children's entertainment. This includes bouncy castles, games such as table football, a ball-dribbling challenge and a ball-in-a-bucket competition.
In a statement, the QAF said said it had "no knowledge or involvement" of the money which Le Monde said had been paid to the firm in 2011 – just days before Qatar's failed bid to host the 2017 World Championships, AFP reported.
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