News Headlines - 27 May 2015

Fifa arrests: What are the FBI investigating, what happens next and what does it all mean for Sepp Blatter? - Telegraph

The FBI was revealed to be investigating Fifa shortly after Qatar was controversially awarded the 2022 World Cup at the expense of the United States. The investigation focused mainly on allegations of wrongdoing on US soil, particularly by members of the North and Central American football confederation, Concacaf.

EU referendum: Wording of in-out question revealed - Telegraph

People who want Britain to stay in the European Union will be able to campaign for a “yes” vote in the in-out referendum promised by David Cameron.

Vatican: Irish same-sex marriage vote a 'defeat for humanity'

Cardinal Pietro Parolin said Tuesday evening that he was saddened by the landslide Irish vote over the weekend despite church teaching that marriage is between a man and a woman.

Blundering Tony Blair quits as Middle East peace envoy – only Israel will miss him - The Independent

Tony Blair’s time as Middle East envoy representing the US, Russia, the UN and the EU has finally come to an end. Eight years after he took up the role, Blair tendered his resignation and left one question: how come a war criminal ever became a “peace envoy” in the first place?

BB King: coroner says there is no immediate evidence of poisoning | The Guardian

Police will wait for autopsy results before deciding on homicide investigation as allegations appear to be part of feud between King’s children and attorney








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