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Questions remain after the arrests of several high-ranking members of soccer’s governing body. Here’s what you need to know about the charges and the accused.
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Blatter, the Berlusconi of soccer....without the women....
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Breaking #FIFA  News http://nyti.ms/1Axa2xX
As FIFA leaders gathered for a meeting, Swiss law enforcement officials arrived unannounced and made arrests at the Justice Department’s request on charges including racketeering and money laundering.
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La FIFA siempre fue una mafia del fútbol mundial
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Breaking News: John Nash, Nobel-Winning Mathematician Portrayed in ‘A Beautiful Mind,’ Dies in Crash

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The narrative of Dr. Nash’s brilliant rise, the lost years of severe mental illness, and the eventual awarding of a Nobel Prize captured the public mind. He was killed, along with his wife, in a car crash Saturday.
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A declassified list of the books and articles found in Osama Bin Laden's hide-out shows the efforts he made to know his enemy.
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Thank God our President Obama got him!! Our country is safer because he is gone.
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‘Opt Out’ Becomes an Anti-Test Rallying Cry in New York State

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A small, if vocal, movement urging parents to have their children sit out standardized exams took off this year, maturing from scattered displays of disobedience into a widespread rebuke.
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+Nathan Hale if I could +10 your comment, I would
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The Night the Ali-Liston Fight Came to Lewiston

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May 25 is the 50th anniversary of what many consider the most controversial and craziest title fight in history, a rematch between Muhammad Ali and Sonny Liston.
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greatest pic ever taken 
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#FIFAScandal  Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch and other law enforcement officials are holding a news conference Wednesday morning in Brooklyn to unseal a 47-count indictment implicating top #FIFA officials and other sports executives in a 24-year scheme to enrich themselves through the corruption of international soccer.  Get the details here.
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Israel has fuck all to do with it, the greedy bastards at FIFA have been filling their pockets for years and now it's coming back to bite them in the arse. 
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The patient had recently returned from Liberia, where the disease is common. It is similar to Ebola, but less deadly. http://nyti.ms/1FUcfWC
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With all these "deadly disease" being rooted from Africa, rationality thinking the population should be exhausted. Ebola, AIDS, etc. What's keeping them alive.
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The officers had previously been charged in the arrest and fatal injury of Mr. Gray by the state’s attorney for Baltimore City, Marilyn J. Mosby.
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+Tony Buck His arrest WAS NOT ILLEGAL! LOL but I agree with the rest of your post.
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Osama bin Laden Raid Documents Are Released by U.S.

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The declassified material includes letters between Bin Laden and his lieutenants and a list of books found in the Al Qaeda leader’s compound.
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Ahmed Zayat, the owner of American Pharoah, the Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner, said he would retain control of racing decisions for the horse.
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Having seen the races on tv, it would be fishy if AP doesn't take the tripl, he's head and shoulders above the rest; always going away when wining, pace, stamina;seems to get stronger the longer the race goes.TRIPLE CROWN!
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Belmont Stakes 2015: American Pharoah Eyes Triple Crown Sweep
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For the 14th time since 1978, a horse will have a chance to become a Triple Crown champion at Belmont Park. Here’s what you need to know.
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What's with the buzz all of a sudden about this horse!?
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