“Red Card” for 14 FIFA and sports marketing officials

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch laid out charges against FIFA officials, who used the US financial system for bribes and kickbacksU.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch laid out charges against FIFA officials, who used the US financial system for bribes and kickbacks

The United States Department of Justice brought charges on racketeering, wire fraud, and money laundering on 14 FIFA and sports marketing officials. Dubbed the “World Cup of corruption” by Richard Weber, chief of the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation unit, the charges are the result of an investigation from the U.S. Dis...

Almagro as new OAS chief pledges to end fragmentation and to work with all countries

“All my efforts will be focused on making the OAS a useful tool in the interests of all the peoples of the Americas, wherever they are from,” said Almagro.“All my efforts will be focused on making the OAS a useful tool in the interests of all the peoples of the Americas, wherever they are from,” said Almagro.

The former Foreign Minister of Uruguay Luis Almagro Lemes took office on Tuesday as Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS) during a meeting of the Permanent Council at the headquarters of the Organization in Washington, DC.

CFK anticipates to huge rally that Kirchnerism will continue after December

“We're after twelve summers for Argentina, so please let us ensure the thirteenth summer”, said Cristina Fernandez “We're after twelve summers for Argentina, so please let us ensure the thirteenth summer”, said Cristina Fernandez

Argentine president Cristina Fernandez (CFK) demanded that the “current twelve year transformation process of Argentina” and Peronism continue in office and underlined that this objective does not depend on one person, but on the people's voting and defending all that was conquered in the last twelve years.

PM Cameron and EC Juncker begin talks to renegotiate UK EU membership

Talks between Cameron and Juncker on Monday had focused on “reforming the EU and renegotiating the UK's relationship with it”, the No 10 spokesman said. Talks between Cameron and Juncker on Monday had focused on “reforming the EU and renegotiating the UK's relationship with it”, the No 10 spokesman said.

David Cameron has told European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker that “British people are not happy with the status quo” in Europe. The prime minister hosted Mr. Juncker at Chequers at the start of a week of efforts to renegotiate Britain's EU membership.

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