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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, April 14, 2011
Japan has reversed its decision not to compete in this summer's Copa America in Argentina after the country's northeastern coast was devastated by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Read the whole story
An www.afrikansoccer.com poll of African soccer federation leaders found that challenger Mohammed Bin Hammam has overwhelming support in Africa to unseat FIFA President Sepp Blatter. Read the whole story
Brazil's overtaxed airports could be a major problem at the 2014 World Cup, and renovation plans won't help matters at 10 of the 13 airports if the usual timelines for infrastructure projects in Brazil are maintained. Read the whole story
The more than 900 motorists who got speeding tickets in southwest Ohio during the first weekend of April are getting a break. Read the whole story
The Timbers, who open a new era when they host the Chicago Fire in their first MLS home game on Thursday, are the subject of a new exhibit called "Soccer City, USA" that opens at the Oregon History Museum at the Oregon Historical Society on Friday. Read the whole story


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