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  • Strikes to disrupt Olympics transit
    July 19, 2012, by VOANews

    British border officials have announced they will conduct a 24-hour strike the day before the London Olympics begin, threatening to complicate entry for thousands of overseas visitors headed for the […]

  • Golf: The British Open – Picking a major winner
    June 29, 2012, by Alan Rogut

    With the next major championship, the British Open, on the horizon, it is becoming harder than ever to pick a clear-cut winner. Tiger Woods says that the depth of so […]

  • Bulgaria’s Dimitrov makes Queen’s Club semis
    June 15, 2012, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Bulgaria’s top men’s tennis player Grigor Dimitrov qualified on June 15 for the Queen’s Club Championships, one of the main grass events in the run-up to Wimbledon, by defeating ninth-seed […]

  • Bulgaria’s volleyball quagmire deepens
    June 15, 2012, by Hristina Dimitrova

    The meeting of Bulgaria’s volleyball federation on June 14 in Pravets was expected to help solve the crisis surrounding the national team; instead, it felt as just another stage in […]

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    First court sentences for Euro 2012 hooligans
    June 15, 2012, by The Warsaw Voice

    Fast-track courts in Warsaw have handed out 23 sentences so far to hooligans following clashes that broke out ahead of a tense Poland-Russia Euro 2012 match this week. Police detained […]

  • Polish authorities apologize over Euro 2012 hooligans
    June 14, 2012, by The Warsaw Voice

    Polish authorities apologized Wednesday for hooligan violence that broke out in Warsaw ahead of a tense Poland-Russia Euro 2012 match and called for those involved in clashes to be severely […]

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    Police on alert as Russian fans march through Warsaw
    June 12, 2012, by The Warsaw Voice

    Russian football chiefs have appealed to fans to avoid trouble when Russia plays Poland in a Euro 2012 match in Warsaw Tuesday, while the Polish authorities are on high alert […]