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Soccer World Cup threatened by match-fixing millions, FIFA says

FIFA official warns of match-fixing threat at World Cup's grou...

RIO DE JANIERO — FIFA security chief Ralf Mutschke said the biggest threat from match-fixers at this year's World Cup is likely to come in the final round of group games. These matches, which begin on June 23, will involve some teams that have ... Today Online, 1 month ago

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FIFA back Brazil security

FIFA director of security Ralf Mutschke has backed Brazil's authorities ahead of the 2014 World Cup. The former Interpol director is on inspection duty in the host nation and while he
 Big News Network1 month ago FIFA Says It Won't Hide Amid Brazil World Cup Protest  Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago FIFA: We won't hide from protests during World Cup  Miami Herald1 month ago

Al Qaeda and the War on Terrorism

The following text was first published in Italian in: Giuletto Chiesa (Editor), Zero, Perché la versione ufficiale sull 11/9 è un Falso [Zero: Why the Official Version on 9/11 is a Falsehood], Piemme, Casale Monferrato, 2007. A detailed ...
 Global Research1 month ago

World Cup Risks Bribes by Naming Referees, Ex-Security Head Says

Soccer's governing body increased the risk of World Cup referees being approached with bribes by naming the officials five months before this year's event in Brazil , FIFA's former head of security said. The organizers in January identified the ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago

FIFA to brief World Cup players on anti-corruption measures

ZURICH — For the first time at football's biggest tournament, players from all 32 competing nations will be given integrity sessions by football's world body FIFA, during which they will be told to report anything suspicious via a special ...
 Today Online1 month ago
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Stadium delays will compromise fans safety: FIFA security chief

ZURICH — Efforts to keep fans safe at the World Cup have been compromised by the late delivery of stadiums for the tournament, FIFA's head of security has warned. Ralf Mutschke has also braced himself for the prospect of violence in the stands ...
 Today Online1 month ago Host Brazil boosts World Cup security blanket  Channel NewsAsia1 month ago

World Cup Support in Brazil Hits All-Time Low as Kickoff Nears

Support among Brazilians for hosting soccer's World Cup has fallen to an all-time low with the kickoff of the month-long tournament less than four months away, according to a poll released today by Sao Paulo-based Datafolha. The number of ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago
Malay Mail

World Cup Protest in Sao Paulo Leads to Vandalized

Sao Paulo police surrounded demonstrators protesting Brazil's spending on the World Cup today after bank branches and automated teller machines were vandalized in the city's downtown district. The protest in central Sao Paulo's Republica square ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago

Brazil to pump S$1b into World Cup security

FLORIANOPOLIS (BRAZIL) — Up to 170,000 security personnel will be hired and nearly 1.9 billion reais (S$1.01 billion) spent by hosts Brazil in a bid to ensure a trouble-free World Cup, as organisers admit violence could mar the month-long football ...
 Today Online1 month ago Sepak Bola - Brazil Siapkan Dana Besar untuk Keamanan Piala Dunia  Warta Ekonomi1 month ago Brazil's massive World Cup security force  MSN New Zealand1 month ago World Cup - Brazil invests heavily in security  Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport1 month ago

Security boost for World Cup 2014

Thousands of extra security agents for World Cup 2014. Brazil has announced a security boost of around 70,000 officers to police this year's football World Cup. In total, 170,000 people are expected to be deployed to guarantee security across ...
 MaltaToday1 month ago Thousands of extra security agents for World Cup 2014  VietNamNet Bridge1 month ago Brazil to boost security for 2014 World Cup  PanARMENIAN Network1 month ago World Cup 2014 gets security boost  BBC1 month ago
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