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The pitch is the foremost contested public space autocrats cannot fully control and are unable to simply shut down. It also creates opportunities such as to distract public attention away from widespread grievances
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and militant, street battle-hardened football fans are positioning themselves for mass demonstrations for and against the government
There is a lesson to be learnt from this year’s Formula One public relations disaster in Bahrain...
Egypt’s crowned club Al Ahli S.C. fans storms Cairo’s military stadium over the weekend as a response to a ban on spectators attending matches.
European football’s governing body’s decision to give Gibraltar the right of membership gives hopes...
Iranian Supreme Leader Sayed Ali Khamanei has a lot on his plate these days with two of...
Saudi Arabia allows women into stadiums as the kingdom remains under global pressure on the issue of women’s rights in sports