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  • World Cup games Sunday on TV

    SUNDAY'S GAMES GROUP H: BELGIUM VS. RUSSIA Where: Rio de Janeiro. Time: 9 a.m. PDT. TV: ABC, Univision. The buzz: Belgium was expected to go far in this tournament, but it struggled to finish in an opener in which it dominated possession and outshot...
  • World Cup preview: A look at potential foes if U.S. advances

    World Cup preview: A look at potential foes if U.S. advances
    For Team USA soccer fans, Sunday's first two games at the World Cup are the equivalent of obscure warmup acts before the main event -- the U.S. against Portugal in a Group G game. But those who anticipate the U.S. advancing beyond the group stage can...
  • Quick strikes propel Algeria past South Korea

    Quick strikes propel Algeria past South Korea
    PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil -- Algeria struck three times in a span of 12 first-half minutes on Sunday en route to a comfortable 4-2 destruction of South Korea at the Estadio Beira-Rio. Islam Slimani opened the scoring for Algeria after 26 minutes and Rafik...
  • Algeria wallops South Korea, 4-2, to stay alive in World Cup group

    Algeria must have been hoarding goals all along. The team that began the tournament without a World Cup score in 481 minutes managed one in its opener, then unloaded Sunday on South Korea with a four-pack. The 4-2 romp put Algeria (1-1) in position to...
  • Algeria factors into this week's World Cup format and 1982 scandal

    World Cup watchers who welcome the schedule format that calls for the last two games in each group to happen concurrently can credit the scandal of 1982. (Conversely, blame can be directed at the same miscarriage of justice from viewers who dislike the...
  • Soccer fans pack L.A. venue to cheer on U.S. against Portugal

    Soccer fans pack L.A. venue to cheer on U.S. against Portugal
    Waving U.S. flags and wearing team jerseys, hundreds of soccer fans packed into a downtown Los Angeles warehouse Sunday to watch the U.S. national team face off against Portugal in a pivotal World Cup match in Manaus, Brazil. "The victory would be...
  • African teams look to make progress at World Cup

    FIFA made an extraordinary decision when it awarded the last World Cup to South Africa, welcoming a nation and a continent to stand center stage under the hottest spotlight in international sports. And despite a few glitches, the 2010 tournament was a...
  • 2014 World Cup: Full TV Schedule

    All 64 matches of the FIFA World Cup from Brazil will be broadcast live on ABC, ESPN and ESPN2 in English and on Univision Communications broadcast and cable nets in Spanish. The tournament kicks off June 12, culminating with the championship game July 13...
  • Algeria votes -- but for what?

    Though the votes have not yet been counted in Thursday's presidential election in Algeria, the result is all but decided: President Abdelaziz Bouteflika will win a fourth term. Bouteflika's long reign is unprecedented (and unconstitutional), and so is...
  • Libyan lawmakers meet in secret after attack; new elections announced

    Libyan lawmakers meet in secret after attack; new elections announced
    Libyan lawmakers met in hiding Tuesday, two days after forces loyal to a renegade ex-general stormed the parliament building and demanded that the Islamist-dominated body disband. Onetime general Khalifa Haftar’s offensive against Islamists and...
  • Hacker-turned-informant Sabu is a free man after N.Y. sentencing

    Hacker-turned-informant Sabu is a free man after N.Y. sentencing
    A judge Tuesday granted freedom to a computer hacker who helped Anonymous and other groups attack credit card companies, governments from Algeria to Zimbabwe, and media outlets -- including the Tribune Corp. -- but who turned government informant after...