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LONDON (Reuters) - In less than a week, the public face of FIFA has gone from something resembling an old-style Communist Party rally, with a defiant Sepp Blatter fronting ranks of flag-bearing youths, to what looks more like a scene from "Reservoir Dogs".
NEW YORK/BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors may find it difficult to get a number of the people they have charged in the FIFA bribery scandal to face the music. Several cannot be found, and the authorities in some countries may not agree to extradition requests.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Interpol said on Wednesday it has issued international wanted-person alerts for two former FIFA officials including Jack Warner and four corporate executives at the request of U.S. authorities as part of a corruption probe.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Interpol agents raided on Friday the offices of three Argentine businessmen accused by the United States of paying tens of millions of dollars in bribes in a corruption scandal that has shaken world football, local media reported.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - At the same time as football's world leaders were meeting in Switzerland vowing to clean up the game following the latest corruption cases, another scandal emerged, this time involving match-fixing in Asia.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombian police will not arrest former Real Madrid and Corinthians midfielder Freddy Rincon because the South American nation has no extradition treaty with Panama where he is wanted on drug-related charges.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore's high court has rejected an application by the alleged head of a global football match-fixing syndicate to review a detention order that has allowed him to be held for more than a year without charge, his lawyer said on Wednesday.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore has extended detention orders that allow it to hold four people accused of being involved in a global football match-fixing syndicate without charge, the Ministry of Home Affairs said on Wednesday.
MANCHESTER England (Reuters) - Between 60 and 80 countries have reported allegations of match-fixing for each of the last three years, the head of the Interpol-FIFA initiative set up to fight the crime said on Wednesday.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Ray Whelan, chief executive of a Swiss hospitality company implicated in an alleged World Cup-ticket resale scheme, was released from jail on Wednesday on the order of Brazil's Supreme Court, Rio's prison authorities said.