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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, June 18, 2010
North Korean coach Kim Jong-Hun reportedly claimed he gets "regular tactical advice during matches" from North Korea dictator Kim Jong Il "using mobile phones that are not visible to the naked eye." That's just one in a series of oddball details to emerge from the country's first appearance at the ... Read the whole story
More than 1.5 million fans jammed public squares, stadiums and other outdoor locations across South Korea to watch their national team play Argentina on Thursday. About 500,000 fans attended events in Seoul. Read the whole story
Algeria hopes to make amends for its 1-0 loss to Slovenia when it faces England on Friday in Cape Town. Read the whole story
A South African soccer fan was beaten to death by his family because he wanted to watch the Germany-Australia World Cup game and they wanted to watch a gospel show. Read the whole story


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