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  • Corruption: FIFA completes internal investigation, transfers evidence to US, Swiss authorities - Vanguard

    Corruption: FIFA completes internal investigation, transfers evidence to US, Swiss authorities - Vanguard;

    Football's governing body FIFA has passed on further evidence to Swiss and U.S. authorities, after completing its internal investigation into alleged corruption. FIFA has been co-operating with law enforcement since May 2015 when its members were ...and more »

  • FIFA legal bills for corruption investigation hit £80m - Daily Mail

    FIFA legal bills for corruption investigation hit £80m - Daily Mail;

    FIFA are understood to have run up legal fees of around £80million during the in-house investigations into football corruption and fraud that started after the Zurich raids in May 2015. The probe was carried out by expensive American lawyers Quinn ...and more »

  • FIFA hands 1300-page corruption report to Swiss authorities - Reuters

    FIFA hands 1300-page corruption report to Swiss authorities - Reuters;

    The snow-covered landscape is reflected in a logo in front of FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, January 10, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann/Files. By Brian Homewood | ZURICH. ZURICH FIFA has completed a 22-month internal inquiry into ...and more »

  • FIFA completes 22-month internal graft probe - TASS

    MOSCOW, March 31. /TASS/. The world's governing body of football FIFA announced on Friday that it completed its almost two years long investigation into allegations of corruption within the organization and would present the results next month.and more »

  • Two Years on, FIFA Hands Corruption Probe to Authorities - Bloomberg Big Law Business

    Two Years on, FIFA Hands Corruption Probe to Authorities - Bloomberg Big Law Business;

    Soccer's governing body handed the facts collected in its multi-million dollar investigation into its former leadership to Switzerland's attorney general to pursue the case further. The 22-month investigation was sparked by the unprecedented indictment ...and more »

  • FIFA sends 1300-page corruption investigation to Swiss attorney general - Los Angeles Times

    FIFA sends 1300-page corruption investigation to Swiss attorney general - Los Angeles Times;

    FIFA has sent 1,300 pages of internal investigation reports into suspected bribery and corruption to Switzerland's attorney general. However, FIFA said Friday it was legally barred from publishing the full reports or commenting on the evidence or ...and more »

  • FIFA Shares Results of Investigation and Tries to Turn the Page - New York Times

    FIFA Shares Results of Investigation and Tries to Turn the Page - New York Times;

    The headquarters of FIFA, the Swiss-based governing body for international soccer. Credit Harold Cunningham/Getty Images. Nearly two years after a sweeping corruption case first felled top leaders of FIFA, the Swiss-based governing body for ...and more »

  • FIFA sends internal graft probe to Swiss prosecutors - Yahoo News

    FIFA sends internal graft probe to Swiss prosecutors - Yahoo News;

    FIFA said on Friday that it had sent a 1,300-page internal report to Swiss authorities investigating corruption and that Bern will share the findings with US officials also probing graft in football. Open criminal investigations in both countries ...and more »

  • Fifa hands corruption probe files to Swiss prosecutors - Financial Times

    Fifa hands corruption probe files to Swiss prosecutors - Financial Times;

    Fifa has handed Swiss public prosecutors a mass of files from its internal investigation into the corruption scandal that hit football's governing body almost two years ago, hoping a clean-up of its past will help secure its future. Sample the FT's top ...and more »

  • FIFA completes internal investigation into corruption allegations - SkySports

    FIFA completes internal investigation into corruption allegations - SkySports;

    FIFA has completed the internal investigation it began in June 2015 after the Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland and the United States Department of Justice announced an inquiry into allegations of criminal misconduct, bribery and corruption ...and more »