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Danish sport newspapers

Danish newspapers participate to the social and political life of the country. Sport newspapers are very well represented, every major newspaper has it's own sport department. Danish sport newspapers write about popular sports like winter sports or team sports: football and handball where Denkark won many olympic, world and european medals. Tips-bladet:
Berlingske tidende: Dagbladet Borsen: Ekstra Bladet: Jyllands-Posten: Dagbladet Politien: B.T.:

Israeli sport newspapers

Israeli newspapers are written in Hebrew and Arabic languages. Although there are many newspapers in Israel, most of them write about conflicts, politics and foreign affairs that concern Israel and the Middle East. Israeli sport newspapers write about football and basketball who are the most popular sports. The best known football teams are :Hapoel Tel Aviv, Maccabi Haifa and Beitar Jerusalem.
Maariv: The Jerusalem Post: Esra Magazine:

Argentinian sport newspapers

Newspapers in Argentina are the most famous Spanish language newspapers in the world. Argentinian sport newspapers have a great number of readers in South America, due to the great number of football supporters. Winners of World Cup, Copa America and a gold medal in Olympic Games, the national football team of Argentina is one of the most successful in the world. Argentinian sport newspapers write also about the famous argentinian football teams: Boca Juniors, River Plate or Independiente, and argentinean stars who play abroad for european teams like FC Barcelona or Inter Milan. Ole: La Nacion: La Razon: Cronica: Diario Hoy: La Prensa: La Gaceta: Pagina 12:…