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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - The World Cup
Jozy Altidore's disappointing first season with England's Sunderland has less than a month remaining, and it appears as though the American's struggles for playing time aren't finished.
Brazilian club Corinthians has scheduled at least three test events at the stadium that will host the World Cup opener in less than two months.
The World Cup will showcase the latest in TV technology that industry leaders hope will usher in a new era in sports broadcasting.
With famous beaches and world-renowned attractions such as the Christ the Redeemer statue and Sugar Loaf mountain, Rio de Janeiro has plenty to see even without the World Cup.
Portugal has long been admired for producing talented players, and their flair has earned them the tag of "the Brazilians of Europe."
Germany departs for the World Cup as one of the teams to beat despite having a relatively young squad.
Already with an eye on the 2018 World Cup it will host, Russia is headed to Brazil with the attitude that anything short of advancement from Group H will be a failure.
Since returning to the World Cup in 1990 after a 40-year absence, the United States has alternated group-stage elimination with advancement to the knockout round.
Belgium is back in the World Cup after 12 years, and with its hottest crop of players in a generation.
With only a few notable exceptions, Belgium has often been a team bigger than the sum of its players.
Germany will have two of its former coaches trying to prevent it from winning Group G at the World Cup.
Although expectations are high for Brazil's football team at the World Cup, it's already clear the country didn't do a very good job preparing for the tournament.
Despite being in charge of one of the top favorites at the World Cup, Germany coach Joachim Loew is deeply worried.
Michael Essien and Kevin-Prince Boateng are both returning after extended breaks from international football to play for Ghana at the World Cup, and Andre Ayew is also likely to be one of the country's pivotal players in Brazil.
After reaching the World Cup quarterfinals last time, Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah is looking to do even better in Brazil.