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Fifa corruption: Documents show details of Jack Warner ‘bribes’

  A BBC investigation has seen evidence that details what happened to the $10m sent from Fifa to accounts controlled by former vice-president Jack Warner. The money, sent on behalf of South Africa, was meant to be used for its Caribbean diaspora legacy programme. But documents suggest Mr Warner used the payment for cash withdrawals, personal loans and to launder money. The 72-year-old, who has been indicted by the US FBI for corruption, denies all claims of wrongdoing. Fifa says it is co-operating with the investigation. And South Africa’s Football Association has issued a detailed statementdenying any wrongdoing. The papers seen…

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Saudi court upholds blogger’s 10 years and 1,000 lashes

Saudi Arabia’s Supreme Court has upheld the sentence of 1,000 lashes and 10 years of imprisonment on blogger Raif Badawi, despite a foreign outcry. Speaking from Canada, his wife Ensaf Haidar told news agency AFP, “this is a final decision that is irrevocable.” In March, the kingdom expressed “surprise and dismay” at international criticism over the punishment. At the time, the foreign ministry issued a statement saying it rejected interference in its internal affairs. In 2012, Badawi was arrested and charged with “insulting Islam through electronic channels”. For four years he had been running the Liberal Saudi Network, which encouraged…

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Obama, Merkel et l’UE unis face à la Russie

Agence France-Presse KRÜN Le président américain Barack Obama, la chancelière allemande Angela Merkel et le président du Conseil européen Donald Tusk ont affiché dimanche leur unité face à la Russie sur le dossier ukrainien au lancement d’un sommet du G7 en Allemagne. M. Obama a notamment loué l’amitié germano-américaine, alors que le président russe Vladimir Poutine est le grand absent du sommet du G7 en Bavière (sud), exclu de ce format des puissances industrielles depuis que la Russie a annexé la Crimée en mars 2014. «Ce matin, alors que nous célébrons l’une des alliances les plus fortes au monde, mon…

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France : six responsables de la présidence sous Sarkozy en garde à vue

Agence France-Presse PARIS Six hauts responsables ou conseillers de la présidence française sous le mandat de Nicolas Sarkozy (2007-2012) étaient en garde à vue mercredi dans le cadre d’une enquête sur des sondages commandés sans appel d’offres, selon une source proche du dossier. Claude Guéant et Xavier Musca, qui se sont succédé au poste de «Secrétaire général de l’Élysée» (plus proche collaborateur du président) à cette époque, ainsi que l’ancienne directrice de cabinet de Nicolas Sarkozy, Emmanuelle Mignon, étaient entendus, tout comme trois anciens conseillers de la présidence. M. Guéant a notamment été ministre de l’Intérieur durant la présidence de…

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George W. Bush plus populaire que Barack Obama

Agence France-Presse WASHINGTON L’ex-président George W. Bush, au pouvoir de 2001 à 2009, est plus populaire parmi les Américains que son successeur Barack Obama, selon un sondage CNN/ORC publié mercredi. Selon cette enquête, 52 % des personnes interrogées ont une opinion favorable de l’ancien président républicain contre 49 % pour l’actuel occupant démocrate de la Maison-Blanche. L’éloignement du pouvoir et une relative discrétion dans les médias ont semble-t-il du bon : c’est la première fois depuis dix ans que George W. Bush, qui a quitté la présidence en janvier 2009 au plus bas dans les sondages, à plus d’opinions favorables que défavorables (52 % contre 43 %)…

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How a curmudgeonly old reporter exposed the FIFA scandal that toppled Sepp Blatter

(Washington Post)… The biggest news story of the year was breaking, but the journalist responsible was fast asleep. It was just after dawn on May 27 when Andrew Jennings’s phone began ringing. Swiss police had just launched a startling raid on a luxury hotel in Zurich, arresting seven top FIFA officials and charging them and others with running a $150 million racket. The world was stunned. The waking world, that is. If Jennings had bothered to climb out of bed, he wouldn’t have been surprised at the news. After all, he was the man who set the investigation in motion, with a book in 2006, “FOUL!…

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Blatter quits as FIFA chief after corruption scandal

Sepp Blatter resigned as FIFA president on Tuesday in the face of a U.S.-led corruption investigation that has plunged world soccer’s governing body into the worst crisis in its history. Blatter, 79, announced the decision at a news conference in Zurich, six days after the FBI raided a hotel in Zurich and arrested several FIFA officials and just four days after he was re-elected to a fifth term as president. Blatter said an election to choose a new FIFA president would be held as soon as possible. “FIFA needs profound restructuring,” he said. FIFA, ruled over by Blatter since 1998,…

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U.N. finds growing signs of Russian involvement in Ukraine war

(Reuters)…A separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine is revealing increasing evidence, but not yet conclusive legal proof, of Russian state involvement, senior United Nations human rights officials said on Monday. “We are speaking about increasing inflow of (unofficial) fighters and increasing evidence that there are also some (Russian) servicemen involved in fighting,” Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights Ivan Simonovic told a news conference in Geneva. Russia denies Western accusations that it is backing pro-Russian rebels with arms and troops. On May 21, U.N. officials interviewed two Russians captured in eastern Ukraine. The two men believe they should be treated as captured servicemen, but Russia says they are former soldiers…

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Hundreds missing, many elderly tourists, after ship capsizes on China’s Yangtze

(Reuters)…Rescuers fought bad weather on Tuesday as they searched for more than 400 people, many of them elderly Chinese tourists, missing after a cruise boat was buffeted by a freak tornado and capsized on the Yangtze River. The accident on Monday night is likely to end up as China’s worst shipping disaster in almost 70 years. Divers and other rescue workers pulled five people they found trapped in the upturned hull of the four-deck Eastern Star, a fraction of the 458 people state media reported were on board when the ship capsized. Distraught relatives of some of the passengers scuffled…

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High court throws out conviction for Facebook threats

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday threw out the conviction of a Pennsylvania man convicted of making threats on Facebook, but dodged the free speech issues that had made the case intriguing to First Amendment advocates. Chief Justice John Roberts, writing for seven justices, said it was not enough for prosecutors to show that the comments of Anthony Elonis would make a reasonable person feel threatened. But the court did not specify to lower courts exactly what the standard of proof should be. Elonis was prosecuted under a law banning illegal threats after he posted Facebook rants in…

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