Added on 25/03/2012
Common Ground News Service
Ali Bin Al , Ali Bin Al Hussein , Cross Cultures Project Association , Football , International Federation of Association Football , Iran , Islam , Jordan , Lebanon , Olympics , President , Programme Coordinator , Rugby , Sepp Blatter , special adviser , United Nations , Women , Women's issues
JENS JUUL PETERSEN, CGNEWS: It took a high profile campaign but the recently announced repeal of the hijab ban is wonderful news.
Added on 07/03/2012
James M. Dorsey
2010 World Cup , Afghanistan , Al Qaeda , amputations , Baghdad , Barak Obama , Congress , Cuba , Dennis Ross , Fifa World Cup , Florida , Football , Guantanamo Bay , guard , Hamas , Hassan Nasrallah , Herman Cain , Hizballah , House of Representatives , Iran , Iraq , Ismail Haniyeh , Kabul , Kabul's Ghazi stadium , McClatchy , Nelson Mandela , Northern Iraq , Osama Bin Laden , Pentagon , Politics , President , recruitment tool , Rugby , Saddam Hussein , Saudi Arabia , Soccer , Somalia , South Africa , Taliban , U.S. Congress , U.S. Navy , United States , United States Navy , US government , US military
JAMES M. DORSEY: The $744,000 pitch outside a $39 million penitentiary-style building is intended to reward the most cooperative of the 120,171 inmates.
Added on 18/02/2012
The View From Fez
2006 World Cup , Europe , FIFA , Football , Italy , Michel Platini , Morocco , Olive oil , Rugby
DEREK WORKMAN, THE VIEW FROM FEZ: It’s a complicated inside-out puzzle and only a few people around the world now practice the art.
Added on 29/11/2010
Australia , Birmingham , chess , China , Football , Imran Khan , Japan , Manama , New Zealand , Prime Minister , Rugby , South Africa , United Kingdom , YouTube
STEVE ROYSTON: As a child, I used to stay up late to listen to the Ashes on the radio. Today, a little closer to Australia and half a century on, I’m still listening.