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Reports have surfaced in Britain about women attending college events sponsored by Muslim groups being forced to sit separate from men or in the back of the room — and women's rights activists and attendees are outraged.
More than $1 billion in cash, gold and diamonds believed looted by slain Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi may have been found stashed away in several South African banks, a local news agency reported Sunday.
Syrian rebels smuggled a wounded British journalist out of the besieged central city of Homs on Tuesday and whisked him to safety in neighboring Lebanon, activist groups said.
An American reporter and a French photographer were among 39 people killed Wednesday in the flash-point Syrian city of Homs, a key target in President Bashar Assad's brutal crackdown on the 11-month-old anti-government uprising.
Sepp Blatter launched an impassioned defense of FIFA's integrity on Saturday, insisting world soccer's ruling body was not institutionally corrupt.
FIFA officials will interview a whistleblower from Qatar's 2022 World Cup bid over allegations that bribes were paid to African voters, Sepp Blatter said Thursday.
FIFA widened its probe into alleged World Cup bidding corruption Monday after a former leading administrator reportedly claimed two candidates colluded to trade votes.
FIFA said it will examine evidence from a British newspaper alleging that two executive committee members offered to sell their votes on World Cup hosts.
FIFA said will examine evidence from a British newspaper alleging that two executive committee members offered to sell their votes on World Cup hosts.