FIFA President Sepp Blatter leaves after his statement during a news conference at the FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, June 2, 2015. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich

Blatter resignation rocks soccer world

ZURICH/NEW YORK - Sepp Blatter stunned the world of soccer by unexpectedly quitting as FIFA president in the face of a corruption investigation that has plunged the game's governing body into the worst crisis in its history.  Full Article | Video 

Asia stocks subdued, euro stands tall 02 Jun 2015

TOKYO - Equity markets in Asia were subdued on Wednesday as a widespread spike in debt yields dented the allure of risky assets, while the euro stood tall after surging on upbeat euro zone inflation data and hopes that Greece will reach a deal with its creditors.

Rupban, a Rohingya woman, shows her ration card with pictures of her family members at a refugee camp in Kutupalong May 31, 2015. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

'We are not sure we will be safe elsewhere'

KUTUPALONG, Bangladesh - More than 20 years after the first wave of Rohingya Muslims fled Myanmar, fear is spreading through camps in Bangladesh that they will soon be on the move again, pushed away by a government that wants them out of sight.  Full Article 

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras looks on during a meeting at the Ministry of Culture, Education and Religious Affairs in Athens June 2, 2015. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis

Athens defiant as its creditors draft aid deal

BRUSSELS/ATHENS - Greece's creditors drafted the broad lines of an agreement to present to the leftist government in Athens in a bid to conclude four months of acrimonious negotiations and release aid before the cash-strapped country runs out of money.  Full Article 

Member of the protest group, Code Pink, Sarah Harbi, protests against President Barack Obama and the NSA before his arrival at the Department of Justice in Washington, January 17, 2014. REUTERS/Larry Downing

Obama signs bill reforming spying program

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama signed into law a legislation passed by Congress reforming a government surveillance program that swept up millions of Americans' telephone records.  Full Article 

Majid Khan is pictured in this 2009 handout photograph taken at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base released on June 1, 2015. REUTERS/Center for Constitutional Rights/Handout via Reuters

Detainee alleges CIA sexual abuse, torture

NEW YORK - The Central Intelligence Agency used a wider array of sexual abuse and other forms of torture than was disclosed in a Senate report last year, according to a Guantanamo Bay detainee.  Full Article 

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