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Blatter Voted President of FIFA Again
Sepp Blatter says change starts tomorrow at FIFA and bank deposits in Greece plummet.
The president of Fifa, Sepp Blatter, promises to restore trust in soccer's governing body
We ask how sponsors of football worldwide will react.
How are sponsors of football worldwide reacting to the US indictment of Fifa officials?
The US retailer bows to anger over how much tax it pays in Europe.
Nigerian petrol companies strike, English Championship's most valuable match, 3D printing
Africa's biggest economy has been hit by a lengthy row over fuel subsidies.
EU summit in Riga, technology and Jewish religious law,making money out of Eurovision
EU summit in Riga, technology and Jewish religious law, making money out of Eurovision
McDonald's wage protests, Inequality gap widens, Religious tensions in Haifa, Israel
McDonald's workers in pay protest, inequality at 30-year high, Israel's heavy industry
Six global banks are fined billions in a scandal over rigging foreign exchange rates
US authorities hit China with trade spying arrests, UK deflation worry, capping bank pay
The UK economy slips into deflation for the first time in more than 50 years.