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Just two days after FIFA convulsed under twin U.S. and Swiss investigations into alleged long-running corruption, it is expected to re-elect its divisive president, Joseph “Sepp” Blatter, to a fifth consecutive term at its congress Friday.
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No way. Mr. Blatter is the grandpa of all corruption. Let's elect fresh breed pliz. Thanks 
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Johnson & Johnson was the largest maker of a surgical device found to spread cancer in women. The FBI is investigating what the company knew about the tool’s hazards. http://on.wsj.com/1eAcKsR
The morcellator surgical tool was found to spread uterine cancer, and the FBI is examining what the largest maker of it, Johnson & Johnson, knew about the hazards
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The day after FIFA was plunged into crisis by a sprawling corruption scandal, soccer’s world governing body awoke Thursday to mounting pressure from some of its largest sponsors and national governments.
UEFA delegates set to meet amid speculation they will boycott vote on FIFA president
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Please dont tell me you did not knew what tour little Ángela were doing ?????
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Brooklyn prosecutors and agents in the FBI’s New York field office have been investigating FIFA for years, according to the people familiar with the matter. 
Charges against multiple individuals expected to be unsealed in Brooklyn court as early as Wednesday morning
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Mossad run FBI at work ,FIFA was trying eject Israel!!!!! USA run by Jewish mafia .
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One year in for Narendra Modi, the "euphoria phase" is over and reality is setting in.
Prime minister has put India back on investors’ maps, but some overhauls have stalled
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+Philip Antony  Low inflation means control over living costs.

One thing Congress did really bad was subsidize petrol. It made everything else more expensive. Last may, potatoes were 30 rs/kg and onions topped over 100. Potatoes are now 12/kg and onions back to normal levels. People who support Modi do so exactly because he is not and idiot like Congressies.

WSJ may not have mentioned this, but there were many, many sound economic decisions that has helped bring inflation (aka rise in cost of living) lower. Some may not realize, but this is quite impressive.
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Nobel Prize-winning mathematician John Nash, portrayed by Russell Crowe in A Beautiful Mind, died Saturday in a taxi crash in New Jersey.
86-year-old Nash and wife Alicia, 82, killed Saturday on New Jersey Turnpike
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Man deduced the game theory ( probable ) meets the certainty. His work contributed to many fields. May his soul rest is peace 
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Two sons of former FIFA official Jack Warner, along with former U.S. soccer official Chuck Blazer, cooperated with authorities.
Two sons of Jack Warner, along with former U.S. soccer official Chuck Blazer, cooperated with authorities
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This is just amazing.
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The day after FIFA was plunged into crisis by a sprawling corruption scandal, soccer’s world governing body awoke Thursday to mounting pressure from some of its largest sponsors and national governments.
UEFA delegates set to meet amid speculation they will boycott vote on FIFA president
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Weren't the sponsors in an excellent position to insist on reform before it got bad enough to have an indictment?  Or was their position nicknamed "The Ostrich?"
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The U.S. Justice Department charged nine current and former FIFA officials and five others on broad corruption charges, accusing them of various schemes over 24 years to enrich themselves through FIFA.
Soccer’s top governing body also hit by criminal probe in Switzerland over World Cup allocation
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They are all bunch of thieves masquerading as fifa officials
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Charter Communications has agreed to merge with Time Warner in a $55 billion cash-and-stock deal, giving cable mogul John Malone the prize he has been chasing for two years.
Including debt, deal is valued at $78.7 billion
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I wonder what's the size of that new kingdom after couple more years. WOooh
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The roughly $55 billion deal between Charter and TWC would create a potent rival for the likes of Comcast and DirecTV.
Roughly $55 billion deal would create potent rival for the likes of Comcast and DirecTV
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Bcos they hood wink n blinded.
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Ireland becomes the world’s first country to legalize gay marriage by popular vote.
Approval marks latest victory for gay-rights campaigners in Europe
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   May 28 2015 (7:02pm)

Ireland:  interesting, their not jumping, however, the lammings.

Someone should go there to Ireland.
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