WORLD CUP FOLLIES - The decision to choose Japan and South Korea as co-hosts of the 2002 World Cup was presented as a grand gesture that would bring these fierce economic rivals closer together. But with the 17th Cup ready to kick off on May 31, it's clear that things haven't gone according to script. The two countries have spent the runup to the games sniping at each other, spending hundreds of ...
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