News Headlines - 30 May 2015

The Chuck Blazer I know: Meet FIFA's biggest nightmare - NY Daily News

For almost four years, Chuck Blazer, once the top soccer executive in America, has been a cooperating witness in an FBI and IRS investigation of international soccer. On Wednesday, when the U.S. government stunned the world with the announcement of a wide-ranging prosecution of FIFA members and their business partners, the feds also revealed that Blazer pleaded guilty to nine criminal counts, including six for income tax evasion, two years after he began cooperating.

Earthquake measuring 8.5 magnitude shakes most of Japan | The Guardian

A powerful 8.5 magnitude earthquake struck near remote Japanese islands and shook most of the country on Saturday evening local time, although it occurred well beneath the earth’s surface and did not trigger a tsunami warning. Several people suffered non-life-threatening injuries, and there were no reports of deaths or major damage.

Three companies discover oil north of the Falkland Islands - The Economic Times

Three oil companies said on Thursday they had discovered oil north of the Falklands, setting up potential further confrontation with Argentina which disputes British sovereignty over the islands.

Disney Pulls Plug on ‘Tron 3′ | Variety

Disney decided to put the brakes on development of “Tron 3,” the latest installment of the cult favorite that originated in the 1980s, because the studio could not find a place on its crowded slate as it looked all the way into 2018, according to an executive at the studio.

Chelsea target Yoshinori Muto completes Mainz move after rejecting chance to join Premier League champions | Daily Mail Online

Mainz have signed FC Tokyo striker and former Chelsea target Yoshinori Muto on a four-year contract.
Muto is said to have rejected the chance to join Chelsea because of fears over a lack of regular game-time.








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