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· June, 2009

Stories about Sport from June, 2009

South Africa: To vuvuzela or not to vuvuzela?

Discussions about the popular instrument called the vuvuzela blown by South African football fans have dominated the blogosphere since the beginning of Confederations Cup 2009 in South Africa, which ended...

India, Pakistan: Diplomacy Lesson From A Tennis Duo

Russia: Crackdown on casinos and gambling

Israel/Palestine: Travels With A Surfboard

Pakistan: Cricket Diversity

Jamaica, Barbados: Updates on H1N1

Czech Republic: No Olympics in Prague

Pakistan: Cricket On Twitter Trending

Belarus: A game of pointed questions

Bahrain: Female Lifeguards?

Bahrain: Making Changes

Caribbean: Following the path of the Caribs

Since the beginning of 2009, French West Indians have questioned their identity, their national heritage and their present-day situation in different ways. Kintamingo Ema, a Martinican blog, presents an initiative...

Kazakhstan: The road ahead is murky for “Astana” cycling team

Confederation Cup: Egypt beats World Champions Italy in Football Victory

Egypt moved closer to reaching the semi-finals of the Confederation Cup after a famous 1-0 win over Italy, the world champions. After the match, many Egyptians took to the streets...

India: Failure Is Not An Option

South Africa: Bafana needed Bernard Parker

Iran:'Football players support protest movement’

Burkina Faso: Rugby Star From Burkina Faso

Kazakhstan: Football Mission Impossible

Jamaica: Sportsman of the Year

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