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  • FILE - The June 1, 2011 file photo shows Swiss FIFA President Joseph (Sepp) Blatter during a press conference after the 61st FIFA Congress in Zurich, Switzerland. Blatter is seeking reelection at the FIFA congress in Zurich. Blatter is not among the six soccer officials who were arrested and detained by Swiss police on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 pending extradition at the request of U.S. authorities after a raid at a luxury hotel. The officials are in Switzerland for the FIFA congress and presidential election. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)ZURICH (AP) — 1:15 p.m. (1115 GMT, 7:15 a.m. EDT)


    FIFA spokesman Walter De Gregorio arrives to give a press conference at FIFA headquarters in ZurichLondon (AFP) - 11:12 GMT - Blatter - Just to confirm, the spokesman for Sepp Blatter says the FIFA chief is not involved in the major corruption probes.


    By Brian Homewood ZURICH (Reuters) - Soccer's governing body FIFA called the arrest of six of its leading officials on bribery charges a "difficult moment" but said it would not derail President Sepp Blatter's bid to win a fifth term in an election on Friday. At a news conference in Zurich, FIFA spokesman Walter De Gregorio struck a defiant tone, saying a criminal investigation into FIFA's awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups was unrelated to the looming leadership vote. It confirms that we are on the right track." Asked if the election of the FIFA president would go ahead, he added: "There was never such an idea to postpone the congress nor the election, one thing has nothing to do with the other." Several high-ranking soccer officials, including two vice-presidents of FIFA, were arrested by Swiss police on Wednesday and detained pending extradition to the United States.The Swiss Federal Office of Justice (FOJ) said it had blocked accounts at several banks in Switzerland after police arrested some of the most powerful figures in global soccer on Wednesday in U.S. and Swiss corruption cases. "Further to three U.S. requests for legal assistance, the FOJ has also ordered the blocking of accounts at several banks in Switzerland through which bribes are claimed to have flowed as well as the seizure of related bank documents," the office said in a statement. The FOJ said a further wanted soccer official had been arrested on a request from the United States and named Eugenio Figueredo, Eduardo Li, Jose Maria Marin, Julio Rocha, Costas Takkas, Jeffrey Webb, and Rafael Esquivel as the seven officials currently in detention pending extradition.

    Ambulances line up in front of a building of social services during an evacuation of 20,000 from their homes in Cologne, western Germany, on May 27, 2015German authorities evacuated around 20,000 people from their homes in the western city of Cologne on Wednesday after a World War II bomb was unearthed during construction work. The unexploded US-made device, which lay five metres (16 feet) underground and was discovered Friday, was set to be defused later in the day, and river traffic on the nearby Rhine was to be halted during the operation, city officials said. Cologne Zoo, also within the danger zone, was to remain shut for the day.


    A police vehicle is parked outside of the five-star hotel Baur au Lac in Zurich, Switzerland, Wednesday morning, May 27, 2015. The Swiss Federal Office of Justice said six soccer officials have been arrested and detained pending extradition at the request of U.S. authorities ahead of the FIFA congress in Zurich. In a statement Wednesday the FOJ said U.S. authorities suspect the officials of having received paid bribes totaling millions of dollars. (Ennio Leanza/Keystone via AP)ZURICH (AP) — 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 seven soccer officials were arrested and 14 indicted Wednesday in a separate U.S. corruption probe.


    Afghan policemen stand along a street near the Heetal Hotel in Kabul, on May 27, 2015An all-night gunbattle with Taliban insurgents who stormed a guesthouse in Kabul's diplomatic quarter ended at daybreak Wednesday, with four attackers killed in the second assault in two weeks on a venue popular with foreigners. The raid on the property owned by a prominent political family triggered loud bursts of gunfire and explosions but the government reported no civilian or military casualties. "Four attackers who had one RPG launcher, three AK-47s and one grenade launcher were killed in Wazir Akbar Khan," deputy interior minister Mohammad Ayoub Salangi said on Twitter.


    Rajaonarimampianina arrives at an EU-Africa summit in BrusselsBy Lovasoa Rabary ANTANANARIVO (Reuters) - Madagascar's President Hery Rajaonarimampianina challenged on Wednesday an impeachment vote against him in parliament, where critics say he has dragged religion into politics and failed to deliver on his promises. The vote by 121 of 151 members of parliament late on Tuesday must now go to the constitutional court to determine if the head of state should be sacked, a move that threatens to derail the country's rebuilding efforts after years of crisis. In a radio and television broadcast, Rajaonarimampianina said the country needed stability and not political wrangling.


    SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Dozens of Saudi-led airstrikes rocked Yemen's capital on Wednesday, targeting a sprawling police commando camp in Sanaa and sending black smoke billowing into the air. There were no immediate reports of casualties from the bombings, which panicked residents in the early morning hours.

    opRajaonarimampianina arrives at an EU-Africa summit in BrusselsMadagascar's president questioned on Wednesday the handling of a vote by parliament to impeach him and said the Indian Ocean island nation needed to stability and international support after years of crisis rather more political wrangling. "We need the support of the international community.


    By Joshua Franklin and Alice Baghdjian ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss authorities have opened criminal proceedings against individuals on suspicion of mismanagement and money laundering related to the allocation of the 2018 and 2022 FIFA soccer World Cups in Russia and Qatar. Switzerland's Office of the Attorney General (OAG) also said in a statement on Wednesday it had seized data and documents stored in computer systems at FIFA. The OAG said the criminal proceedings, which were opened on March 10, are separate to a U.S. criminal investigation into the allocation of media, marketing and sponsorship rights for soccer tournaments.

    Tokyo's Nikkei index reversed morning losses to close up 0.17 percent, or 35.10 points, at 20,472.58 -- a 15-year highTokyo's stock market clocked up a ninth straight gain Wednesday thanks to a weaker yen while Shanghai jumped for a seventh session as investors bet on China unveiling more economy-boosting measures.


    U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch says corruption allegedly spans "at least two generations of soccer officials"Washington (AFP) - The US Justice Department announced conspiracy and corruption charges on Wednesday against nine FIFA officials and five business executives, after Swiss authorities arrested seven suspects based on the indictments.


    Russia's Maria Sharapova reacts as she plays compatriot Vitalia Diatchenko during their second round match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, Wednesday, May 27, 2015 in Paris, (AP Photo/David Vincent)PARIS (AP) — The Latest from the French Open:


    Drinking the caffeine equivalent of more than four espressos a day is harmful to health, especially for minors and pregnant women, the EU's EFSA food safety agency saidDrinking the caffeine equivalent of more than four espressos a day is harmful to health, especially for minors and pregnant women, the EU food safety agency said on Wednesday. "It is the first time that the risks from caffeine from all dietary sources have been assessed at EU level," the EFSA said in a statement, recommending that an adult's daily caffeine intake remain below 400 milligrammes a day. Deciding a recommended limit was a request of the European Commission, the EU's powerful executive body, in an effort to find a Europe-wide benchmark for caffeine consumption.


    Britain's Queen Elizabeth arrives at Westminster Abbey for a thanksgiving service on the final day of VE day commemorations in LondonBritain's Queen Elizabeth said on Wednesday the government would pass a law paving the way for a referendum on the country's membership of the European Union, in a speech setting out Prime Minister David Cameron's legislative plan for the coming year. "Early legislation will be introduced to provide for an in-out referendum on membership of the European Union before the end of 2017," the queen said, speaking in parliament. "My government will renegotiate the United Kingdom's relationship with the European Union and pursue reform of the European Union for the benefit of all member states," she added.


    Britain's Queen Elizabeth II travels in a carriage from Buckingham Palace towards the Houses of Parliament in London, Wednesday, May 27, 2015. The Queen will deliver a speech to open Britain's Parliament after the new Conservative government was elected. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)LONDON (AP) — Britain's first all-Conservative government in two decades has unveiled its plans for power, including laws to hold a referendum on European Union membership, give Scotland more autonomy and toughen immigration policies.


    Some of the first 40 elephant wander round in the bush after being released into newly-named Great L..Mozambique has lost half its elephants over the past five years, part of a wave of poaching driven by red-hot demand for ivory from fast-growing Asian economies such as China and Vietnam, a conservation organisation said on Tuesday. The results of a survey indicate the southern African nation's elephant population fell to 10,300 from 20,000 five years ago, the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) said in a statement. "This decline is due to rampant elephant poaching," WCS said.


    FILE - In this May 14, 2015 file photo, security forces defend their headquarters against attacks by Islamic State extremists during a sandstorm in the eastern part of Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province, Iraq. An Iraqi military spokesman said Wednesday, May 27, 2015, that Islamic State extremists used a sandstorm that engulfed most of Iraq on Tuesday night to unleash a wave of suicide attacks targeting the Iraqi army in western Anbar province, killing at least 17 troops in a major blow to government efforts to dislodge the militants from the sprawling Sunni heartland. (AP Photo, File)BAGHDAD (AP) — Islamic State extremists unleashed a wave of suicide attacks targeting the Iraqi army in western Anbar province, killing at least 17 troops in a major blow to government efforts to dislodge the militants from the sprawling Sunni heartland, an Iraqi military spokesman said Wednesday.


    Maria Sharapova returns the ball to Vitalia Diatchenko during their women's second round match the French Open in Paris on May 27, 2015Paris (AFP) - Defending champion Maria Sharapova eased into the French Open third round on Wednesday with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Russian Fed Cup teammate Vitalia Diatchenko.


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    KCNA picture shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un waving during an inspection at the commanding headquarters of the 264 Combined ForcesThe United States and two key Asian allies discussed how to increase pressure on North Korea to halt its nuclear program and will urge China to help bring Pyongyang back to the negotiating table, officials said. The talks in Seoul follows a test of what the North said was a submarine-launched ballistic missile earlier this month, which if true, could mean progress in the reclusive state's military capabilities. "We held specific discussions on ways to deter North Korea's provocations and increase the effectiveness of sanctions," South Korea's chief nuclear negotiator Hwang Joon-kook told reporters after meeting envoys from the United States and Japan.


    MOSCOW (Reuters) - The arrests of officials from soccer world governing body FIFA will not affect Russia's hosting of the 2018 World Cup, an official at the Russian Football Union told Reuters on Wednesday. General Secretary Anatoly Vorobyov also said that current FIFA president Sepp Blatter was likely to be re-elected for a fifth term despite the arrests. "Looking at how things stand, Blatter is without doubt the odds-on favorite," Vorobyov told Reuters by phone. (Reporting by Dmitry Rogovitskiy, Writing by Jack Stubbs, editing by John Stonestreet)NEW YORK (AP) — Excerpts from U.S. Department of Justice statement on FIFA corruption probe:

    Swiss police staged a dawn raid on a Zurich hotel and detained six top football officialsSwiss police on Wednesday staged a dawn raid on a Zurich hotel and detained six top football officials as part of a US investigation into tens of millions of dollars of bribes, Swiss authorities and media reports said. All six could be extradited to the United States with the shock arrests coming only two days before FIFA president Sepp Blatter seeks reelection as head of football's world governing body in a campaign overshadowed by scandal. Swiss police, meanwhile, raided the headquarters of FIFA in Zurich, seizing documents and data, the Swiss attorney-general's office said.


    The sign of a private bank with a Swiss flag reflected on the window's building in Geneva on March 20, 2009The European Union and Switzerland signed a major accord Wednesday that will end banking secrecy for EU residents and prevent them from hiding undeclared income in Swiss banks, the European Commission said. The agreement deals "another blow against tax evaders, and (represents) another leap towards fairer taxation in Europe," said Pierre Moscovici, the EU commissioner for tax issues. Moscovici signed the accord, which takes effect in 2018, along with Jacques de Watteville, the Swiss secretary of state for international financial matters and Latvian Finance Minister Janis Reirs, whose country currently holds the EU presidency.


    Specialist Matthew Cheslock, left, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Stocks are opening lower on Wall Street as traders return from the Memorial Day holiday in the U.S. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asian stock markets were ruffled Wednesday by Greece's impending cash crunch and expectations the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this year for the first time in almost a decade. But Europe and U.S. futures traded higher.


    German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks to cabinet members as she arrives for the weekly cabinet meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, May 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)BERLIN (AP) — A closely-watched survey shows German consumers remain optimistic as their economic expectations and willingness to make purchases have been bolstered by robust domestic demand and low inflation rates.


    Nine high-ranking soccer officials, including two current vice-presidents of world governing body FIFA, and five sports marketing executives have been indicted on federal corruption charges, U.S. law enforcement officials said on Wednesday. The 47-count indictment unsealed in a federal court in New York charged the defendants with racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering conspiracies as part of a scheme that spanned more than two decades, the U.S. Department of Justice said in a statement. "The indictment alleges corruption that is rampant, systemic, and deep-rooted both abroad and here in the United States," U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said in the statement.

    A malnourished child at the Malkohi refugee camp in the eatern Nigerian city of Yola, on May 5, 2015The number of hungry people around the world has dropped below 800 million for the first time since the UN started counting, the Food and Agriculture Organisation said in an annual report on Wednesday. In the developing world, the prevalence of undernourishment has declined to 12.9 percent of the population, down from 23.3 percent a quarter of a century ago, the report found. A total of 72 out of 129 countries monitored by the FAO have achieved the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) target of halving the prevalence of undernourishment by this year and developing regions as a whole only missed the objective by a narrow margin.


    Madagascar's President Hery Rajaonarimampianina attends the opening ceremony of the 22nd Ordinary Session of the African Union summit in Addis AbabaANTANANARIVO (Reuters) - Madagascar's parliament voted to impeach President Hery Rajaonarimampianina, threatening to derail rebuilding efforts after years of crisis. The vote by 121 of 151 members of parliament late on Tuesday has to be ratified by a court. Rajaonarimampianina was elected at the end of 2013. Critics say he has dragged the church into politics when half the nation are not Christians and failed to deliver on his promises.


    In this Thursday, May 21, 2015 photo, Musammat Shahida, top, a Rohingya from Myanmar, takes care of her sister Musammat Somuda suffering from fever at a camp for Rohingya people in Ukhiya, near Cox's Bazar, a southern coastal district about, 296 kilometers (183 miles) south of Dhaka, Bangladesh. As a boat people crisis emerged in Southeast Asia in recent weeks, nearly all the focus has been on the Rohingya: the persecuted Muslim minority fleeing Myanmar. But of the more than 3,000 people who have come ashore this month in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, about half were from Bangladesh, according to the U.N. refugee agency, mainly poor laborers seeking better jobs and a brighter future. (AP Photo/A.M. Ahad)Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:


    ROME (AP) — The number of hungry people around the world has dropped to 795 million from over a billion a quarter-century ago despite natural disasters, ongoing conflicts and poverty, the three U.N. food agencies said Wednesday.

    Afghan security officers Afghan stand guard near a guesthouse targeted in an attack by the Taliban, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, May 27, 2015. An all-night siege in an upscale neighborhood of Afghanistan's capital ended in the early hours of Wednesday morning with the deaths of four heavily armed Taliban attackers, though no civilians or security personnel were injured or killed, an Afghan official said. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — An all-night siege in an upscale neighborhood of Afghanistan's capital ended in the early hours of Wednesday morning with the deaths of four heavily armed Taliban attackers, though no civilians or security personnel were injured or killed, an Afghan official said.


    The coffin of French resistance figure Pierre Brossolette is carried by Republican Guards for a ceremony in the courtyard of the Sorbonne University in Paris, Tuesday May 26, 2015. The event Tuesday is part of two days of national ceremonies honoring the two women and two men, meant to symbolize French efforts against extremist violence in the past and today, four months after deadly terrorist attacks. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)PARIS (AP) — France is honoring four people who resisted the Nazis during World War II by inducting them into Paris' Pantheon mausoleum, in a rare and highly symbolic ceremony aimed at uniting the French against extremism and anti-Semitism.


    KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — Pakistani authorities on Wednesday detained the owner of a software company accused of running a global network in selling fake degrees, officials said.Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, the man challenging Sepp Blatter for the most powerful job in world soccer, said he was saddened by the latest corruption scandal involving the sport's governing body FIFA. Prince Ali issued a brief statement on Wednesday following the news that six high-ranking soccer officials, including two FIFA vice-presidents, had been arrested by Swiss police and detained pending extradition to the United States. "Today is a sad day for football," Prince Ali said.

    SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket with the Dragon space craft are readied before launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, to the International Space Station on October 7, 2012The US Air Force has certified private company SpaceX to launch military satellites, opening the doors to a lucrative market previously held solely by a Lockheed and Boeing joint venture. With the clearance SpaceX can compete for military space contracts valued by US authorities at $9.5 billion over the next five years. As soon as June SpaceX could bid for the military's new GPS satellite launches, the Air Force said.


    BERN, Switzerland (AP) — Statement issued by Swiss authorities Wednesday in connection with their investigation into FIFA corruption:WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is heading to South Florida to raise money for the Democratic Party as it gears up for the campaign to succeed him.