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April 5 (Reuters) - The next edition of the Asian Cup will be held in Qatar from Jan. 12 to Feb.  10 in 2024, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) confirmed on Wednesday.<br> The quadrennial continental championship was awarded to China in 2019 but the world's most populous country relinquished the rights this year as it pursued a zero-COVID policy.<br> Qatar, which hosted the men's World Cup finals last year, was then named the host after the Gulf state was preferred to bids from South Korea and Indonesia.<br> The 24-team tournament has been moved from mid-2023 to early 2024 to avoid the heat of the Gulf summer.<br> Qatar has staged the Asian Cup twice, in 1988 and 2011 and it won the last tournament in the United Arab Emirates in 2019.<br> The AFC said that the tournament will be staged across eight stadiums, six of which were used during the World Cup, where Argentina were winners.<br> The Asian Cup will coincide with the Africa Cup of Nations finals, which will run from Jan. 13-Feb.  11 in Ivory Coast. (Reporting by Manasi Pathak in Bengaluru Editing by Christian Radnedge)<br> The  faced a backlash today after Radio 2 paid tribute to  just months after the veteran DJ quit when he was told to share his duties with a younger presenter.<br>O'Grady, who died last night aged 67, left his Sunday afternoon slot last August after almost 14 years, following a schedule shake-up which saw him regularly swapping with Rob Beckett.<br>The star admitted at the time that he left the station because he 'wasn't really happy with the 13 weeks on, 13 weeks off business'.<br>It came after a push by Radio 2 to attract younger listeners by recruiting younger talent sparked an ageism row and triggered an exodus of older talent including Ken Bruce and Steve Wright.<br>      (image:  )    Paul O'Grady left his Sunday afternoon slot on Radio 2 in August last year after almost 14 years<br>      (image:  )    The BBC issued a tribute on the Radio 2 Twitter today, saying it was 'incredibly saddened'<br>      (image:  )    Paul O'Grady with producer Malcolm Prince in a publicity photograph released on March 21 ahead of their planned one-off Easter Sunday radio show on Boom Radio<br>      (image:  )    A schedule shake-up on Radio 2 saw O'Grady regularly swapping with Rob Beckett (pictured)<br>      Today, a tribute tweet by Radio 2 said: 'We're incredibly saddened to hear about the sudden passing of Paul O'Grady. <br>'Paul was a brilliant broadcaster and incredible comedian. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.  We'll miss you Paul.'<br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox floatRHS tvshowbiz" data-version="2" id="mol-567fd450-ce10-11ed-8680-e7af463b677d" website faces backlash among Radio 2 listeners over Paul O&apos;Grady tribute
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