Talking Revolution

Soccer match cancellations have become a barometer of the mounting concern in governments across northern Africa that they may be the next target of the Arab world’s winter of discontent.

From Algeria to Sudan soccer has emerged as a key player in the popular revolts that have already toppled Tunisian President Zine Abedine Ben Ali, forced Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to refrain from running for re-election and threaten to drive the Egyptian leader unceremoniously out of office.

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