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Source: DW

Afghan football officials suspended amid female sexual abuse scandal

Monday 10:50 GMT

Send Facebook Twitter google+ Whatsapp Tumblr linkedin stumble Digg reddit Newsvine. Afghanistan's attorney general said on Sunday that six members of the country's football federation (AFF) had been suspended over alleged sexual and physical abuse of players on the women's national soccer team.

Sunday's suspensions were made just days after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani ordered the attorney general to conduct a "thorough investigation" into "shocking" claims of abuse by male officials against members of the women's team.

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Source: CBS News

Impeach Trump Not so fast, say these Democratic leaders

Thursday 08:05 GMT

Recent filings from special counsel Robert Mueller on cases involving Donald Trump associates provide ample fodder for congressional Democrats looking to expand investigations on the president when they take control of the House in January.

"And at the same time, being very mindful in making sure Robert Mueller does finish his investigation and that Donald Trump does not stop him from doing that or curtail his resources."

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Source: The Guradian

Shakira charged with tax evasion in Spain

Friday 17:17 GMT

Spanish prosecutors have charged the Colombian singer and philanthropist Shakira with tax evasion, alleging she avoided €14.5m (£13m) in taxes by claiming to live in the Bahamas while actually resident in Catalonia.

Five months ago, the former Real Madrid footballer Cristiano Ronaldo agreed to plead guilty to tax fraud and pay a fine of nearly €19m in exchange for a two-year suspended prison sentence.

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Source: Fox News

Trump impeachment calls 'deliciously ironic' from Dems who defended Clinton: Eli Lake

Saturday 14:30 GMT

While some Democrats are cautiously weighing impeachment proceedings for President Trump on a wide range of accusations, alleged campaign-finance violations likely won’t be the driving force, Bloomberg opinion columnist Eli Lake said Thursday night on the "Special Report" All-Star Panel.

Lake said such a push from Democrats likely would backfire considering the impeachment of former President Bill Clinton.


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