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ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss prosecutors are preparing to return money to the South American soccer association that was seized from Swiss bank accounts during a sweeping global probe of corruption involving world soccer officials.
DUBAI/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and Iran each freed a prisoner on Saturday in a rare act of cooperation between two longtime foes whose ties have worsened since President Donald Trump took office.
ZURICH (Reuters) - A proposal to create a two-division world soccer league for leading clubs is "far-fetched" and "insane", UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said in a statement on Friday.
MARTIGNY, Switzerland (Reuters) - Christoph Blocher's vast collection of works by Switzerland's master painters is a fitting accompaniment to the 79-year-old billionaire's decades at the vanguard of right-wing Swiss politics.
(Reuters) - Private equity firm CVC Capital Partners has held talks with soccer's global governing body FIFA on acquiring the commercial rights to the revamped Club World Cup, a tournament featuring top continental teams, the Financial Times reported on Thursday.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Worldwide spending on commissions to agents involved in the international transfers of players has reached a record high of $653.9 million (£509.66 million) this year, soccer's governing body FIFA said in a report published on Wednesday.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Former Afghan football official Mohammad Hanif Sediqi Rustam has been banned from the sport for five years and fined 10,000 Swiss francs (£7,816.12) after being found guilty by FIFA's ethics committee of violations relating to the abuse of female players.
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SOME 90 children took part in the food demo preparation session during Zurich Malaysia’s “Eat Right to Play Right” (ERTPR) Youth Cup at the International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL).
(Reuters) - Former Netherlands forward Marco van Basten has been suspended from his role as a television analyst for one week after using a term associated with Nazi rallies.