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PARIS (Reuters) - Interpol suspended a 20-million-euro (14 million pounds) sports "integrity" agreement with FIFA on Friday, at the end of testing week for soccer's scandal-hit ruling body that saw its chief spokesman quit, bidding for the 2026 World Cup shelved and records seized from its Zurich headquarters.
(Reuters) - The International Cricket Council (ICC) will work more closely with Interpol as part of ongoing efforts to combat corruption in the sport, the governing body said on Wednesday.
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: The International Cricket Council is in talks with Interpol about joining forces to help combat corruption in the sport.
PARIS (Reuters) - Interpol said on Friday it was suspending the use of funds it gets from FIFA for its 'Integrity in Sport' programme in light of ongoing investigations into corruption against world football's governing body.
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.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Law enforcement agency Interpol lauded the work of Singapore authorities on Monday for arresting the 'mastermind' of the world's largest soccer match-fixing syndicate thought to be worth millions of dollars.
PARIS (Reuters) - The global police body Interpol said on Monday that it would be coordinating a global investigation into suspected corruption and doping involving athletes and athletics officials.
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.
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.