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  • World Cup Faces Criminal Probe

    World Cup Faces Criminal Probe

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    World Cup Faces Criminal Probe

    Swiss federal prosecutors opened criminal proceedings related to the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, throwing FIFA deeper into crisis only hours after six soccer officials were arrested Wednesday in a separate U.S. corruption probe. (May 27) …

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  • FIFA Holds Press Conference Following Arrest of Senior Officials

    FIFA Holds Press Conference Following Arrest of Senior Officials

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    FIFA Holds Press Conference Following Arrest of Senior Officials

    FIFA spokesman Walter De Gregorio hosted a press conference on May 27 in Zurich, several hours after Swiss police arrested a number of senior FIFA officials. The US Department of Justice said 14 people had been indicted for 14 people – nine senior officials and four corporate executives – on charges of racketeering, wire fraud, and money laundering conspiracies. Swiss prosecutors also opened investigations into the proceedings of the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bids. De Gregorio said FIFA …

  • UKIP MP Periscopes Queen's Arrival at Parliament

    UKIP MP Periscopes Queen's Arrival at Parliament

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    UKIP MP Periscopes Queen's Arrival at Parliament

    Douglas Carswell, the MP who left the Conservative Party for UKIP last winter, used the new video streaming app Periscope to broadcast Queen Elizabeth’s arrival at parliament to his followers. Carswell, who is one of the most active MPs on Twitter, with over 34,000 followers, became the first and only UKIP MP elected to parliament in the general election. The queen arrived at Westminster Palace to deliver he Queen’s Speech, the centerpiece of the opening of parliament. Remarking before the …

  • Cleanup Continues in Tornado-Struck Ciudad Acuña, Mexico

    Cleanup Continues in Tornado-Struck Ciudad Acuña, Mexico

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    Cleanup Continues in Tornado-Struck Ciudad Acuña, Mexico

    A category-4 tornado swept through Ciudad Acuña, a town situated on the Mexico-US border, on May 25, killing at least 13 people and injuring dozens more. According to reports quoting Acuña Mayor Evaristo Lenin Pérez Rivera, hundreds of houses were destroyed in the storm, leaving hundreds homeless. Cleanup operations continued in the town on May 26. This video shows crews clearing fallen trees and debris. See more licenced video from the same uploader here . Credit: Facebook/Jose Antonio Salinas …