Politics on the lawn

Earth, how are you doing? (Issue I/2018)

An alternative World Cup for linguistic minorities and internationally unrecognised nations will be held in London in May. For example, the competition organised by the Confederation of Independent Football Associations equips teams from Tibet and Northern Cyprus. There is also a team with players from North and South Korea.

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