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FIFA corruption case

Editor's note: The AP reports that the US and Swiss corruption investigations have left FIFA's meeting in Zurich in disarray. President Sepp Blatter has canceled appearances with both the Confederation of African Football and FIFA's South American confederation. - Tom

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FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he welcomes actions and investigations by US, Swiss authorities - @Reuters

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Swiss justice ministry says 6 of the 7 arrested in FIFA probe oppose extradition to US - @AP

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Swiss Federal Office of Justice says 7 individuals are in detention in FIFA probe pending extradition - @Reuters

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Swiss Federal Office of Justice says it has ordered blocking of accounts, seizure of documents related to FIFA probe at several banks in Switzerland - @Reuters

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FIFA: 'The timing may not be the best but FIFA welcomes the process and co-operates fully with the Attorney General of Switzerland and the Federal office of Justice'

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Editor's note: The Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland stresses that there are two separate proceedings active. One is a 'criminal investigation regarding the allocation of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.' The other is a 'criminal investigation into the allocation of media, marketing and sponsoring rights for football tournaments carried out in the United States and Latin America' - David

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Swiss authorities say they seized 'data and documents stored in IT systems' at FIFA headquarters - statement

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'The Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland (OAG) has opened criminal proceedings against persons unknown on suspicion of criminal mismanagement and of money laundering in connection with the allocation of the 2018 and 2022 Football World Cups. In the course of said proceedings, electronic data and documents were seized today at FIFA's head office in Zurich' - statement

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Swiss federal prosecutors open criminal proceedings related to 2018 and 2022 World Cups, seize documents at FIFA HQ - @AP

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Officials are in Switzerland for the FIFA congress and presidential election, where Sepp Blatter is expected to win a fifth term - @AP

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Editor's note: The Swiss Federal Office of Justice will today release the names of those arrested over FIFA corruption allegations. The New York Times names several high-ranking FIFA officials but stops short of explicitly saying that they have been arrested, referencing an indictment and adding that not all officials are in Zurich - David

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'Six soccer officials were arrested in Zurich and detained pending extradition. The US authorities suspect them of having received bribes totaling in the USD millions' - Swiss Federal Office of Justice statement

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Swiss authorities say 6 FIFA officials arrested on suspicion of getting, paying millions in bribes - @AP

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Swiss authorities begin operation to arrest several top soccer officials and extradite them to US on federal corruption charges - @nytimes

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Switzerland

Swiss senior finance ministry official says expecting more Swiss banks to settle with US Department of Justice 'in near future' - @Reuters

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Switzerland

Switzerland begins making public names of Indians, other foreigners being probed in their countries for tax evasion - @htTweets

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Switzerland

Finter Bank Zurich becomes 3rd Swiss bank to settle with the US under voluntary program for tax-related offenses, will pay $5.4 million in deal with Justice Department - @Reuters

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Shooting in Aargau, Switzerland

Death toll in shooting in Swiss canton of Aargau is 5, canton police confirm - @Reuters

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Shooting in Aargau, Switzerland

All of those killed in Swiss town of Wuerenlingen were adults, though police have not confirmed an exact number - @Reuters

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