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BANGKOK (Reuters) - More than 4,000 people have been arrested worldwide and more than $13 million (£9.8 million) seized across Asia in operations targeting illegal gambling during the Euro 2016 football tournament, Interpol said on Monday.
BARCELONA, Spain (Reuters) - Jama Aden, the coach of Ethiopia's 1,500 metres world record holder and 2015 world athlete of the year Genzebe Dibaba, was arrested in Spain on doping charges along with a Moroccan physiotherapist on Monday, the sport's ruling IAAF said.
(Reuters) - The World Anti-Doping Agency named Richard McLaren to lead an independent investigation into allegations of a doping cover-up at the Sochi Olympics on Thursday following concerns about a conflict of interest.
DAKAR (Reuters) - Senegal's prime minister said his country will not extradite Papa Massata Diack, the son of former international athletics federation (IAAF) president Lamine Diack, who is wanted for alleged corruption and money laundering.
MUNICH (Reuters) - The former head of world athletics, Lamine Diack, ran a clique that covered up organised doping and blackmailed athletes while senior officials looked the other way, independent investigator Dick Pound said on Thursday.
MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) - French authorities seized 87,000 euros (65,554 pound) in cash from the home of Gabriel Dolle, the IAAF's former anti-doping director, who was banned from athletics for five years last week, French prosecutors said on Thursday.
PARIS (Reuters) - Interpol has issued an international wanted notice for Papa Massata Diack, the son of former International athletics federation (IAAF) president Lamine Diack, for alleged corruption and money laundering on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - A top global athletics official said she took up her role at the international athletics body IAAF in 2011 with her "eyes wide open" about problems of doping, but found efforts to reform the organisation parried at every turn.
LONDON (Reuters) - Two top Russian athletics officials and the son of former world governing body President Lamine Diack were banned from the sport for life on Thursday for covering up an elite Russian athlete's positive dope test and blackmailing her over it.
(Reuters) - The second part of an explosive Independent Commission (IC) report into allegations of systematic doping and "corruption and bribery" at the highest levels of international athletics will be released on Jan. 14, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has told Reuters.