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Shiite militias on the frontline in Iraq

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FIFA's Blatter steps down amid South Africa 2010 World Cup bribery claims

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FIFA's sponsors welcome Blatter's resignation

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'No wrongdoing' in 2022 World Cup bid, says Qatari FM

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Defeating IS group: Back to the drawing board?

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Cornered, Blatter calls it quits

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EYE ON AFRICA

EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2013-06-25

Somalian money transfer businesses set to lose Barclay's accounts

The gloomy prognosis on the health of South Africa's former president Nelson Mandela is foremost in the minds of many of his countrymen. Also, West African governments meet in Cameroon to discuss the escalation of piracy in the region. And Somalia's money transfer industry is warned that Barclay's plans to close their accounts would cut off a crucial lifeline to some of the world's poorest people.

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2015-06-02 Africa

FIFA's Blatter steps down amid South Africa 2010 World Cup bribery claims

Sepp Blatter quits as his inner circle is linked to alleged bribery payments behind South Africa's hosting of the 2010 World Cup. Also, Boko Haram militants release a new video...

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2015-06-01 Africa

Nigeria currency scam: Anti-corruption agency arrests 20 bankers

Nigerian banking chiefs are accused of being bad pennies. Almost two dozen have been arrested and face charges of currency fraud. Also, it's an uncomfortable start of the week...

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2015-05-29 Muhammadu Buhari

Muhammadu Buhari sworn in as Nigerian president

An historic day for Nigeria as Muhammadu Buhari is officially sworn in as president, vowing to tackle corruption and face Boko Haram's violent insurgency "head on". Also,...

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2015-05-28 Nigeria

South African government denies FIFA was paid World Cup bribe

"We did not share your money with criminals". South Africa’s government is adamant it did not sanction the payment of huge bribes to FIFA bosses to secure its hosting of the 2010...

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2015-05-27 South Africa

US prosecutors probe bribery claims surrounding South Africa's 2010 World Cup

South Africa remains sceptical of allegations that a $10 million bribe was paid to secure its hosting of the 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament. Also, Madagascar's president's not...

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