Colombia vs. England: World Cup Cocaine Pun by British Tabloid Upsets Colombian Ambassador

Colombia vs. England: World Cup Cocaine Pun by British

The winner of England vs. Colombia will go on to play a quarter final match against the winner of the Switzerland vs Sweden match later today. The Sun is the best-selling tabloid newspaper in Britain.

Colombia vs. England: World Cup Cocaine Pun by British

Colombia vs. England: World Cup Cocaine Pun by British Tabloid Upsets July 03rd, 2018 News source ( Newsweek) Colombia’s U.K. ambassador accused Britain’s best-selling tabloid newspaper The Sun of trying to stigmatize his home country after the paper ran a front-page headline with a pun on the word «cocaine» on the day of the country’s World Cup match with

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Colombia vs. England: World Cup Cocaine Pun by British Tabloid Upsets Colombian Ambassador Newsweek – 03 Jul 2018 Colombia’s U.K. ambassador accused Britain’s best-selling tabloid newspaper The Sun of trying to “stigmatize” his home country after the paper ran a front-page headline with a pun on the word «cocaine» on the day of the country

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British tabloid criticized for drug pun in tasteless World

An awful English tabloid that shall not be named is under fire for promoting its coverage of England’s World Cup Round of 16 match against Colombia with a tasteless front page headline.

England vs Colombia: Ambassador hits out at The Sun over

The Colombian Embassy has hit out The Sun after the British tabloid newspaper ran a front page that mocked the South American country for its historic drug-trafficking, ahead of Tuesday evening

British tabloid slammed for drug pun in World Cup headline

Colombia’s illegal drug trade has torn the country apart over the past several decades. It has been criticised, and justifiably so, by Colombian media, supporters, and people around the world. It’s provocation for the sake of provocation (and publicity).

England – newsweek.com

30.3 percent of 15,000 surveyed around the world said they could get drugs delivered within half an hour.

England vs Colombia: Ambassador hits out at The Su

The Colombian Embassy has hit out The Sun after the British tabloid newspaper ran a front page that mocked the South American country for its historic drug-trafficking, ahead of Tuesday evening’s World Cup 2018 clash with England.

Anger in Colombia over English newspaper front page

The front page of English tabloid The Sun on the day of the World Cup match between Colombia and England has caused outrage in the South American country. Cocaine inference not enjoyed in Colombia

British tabloid hit in the World Cup headline for a drug pun

Colombia’s Ambassador to the UK, Nestor Osorio Londono, was one of many who drew attention and criticized the paper. «It is rather sad that they use such a festive and friendly environment as the World Cup to go to one country and continue to stigmatize it with a …

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British tabloid slammed for drug pun in World Cup headline

English tabloid, The Sun, has come under fire for promoting its coverage of England’s World Cup Round of 16 match against Colombia with a controversial front page headline.