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Interpol Suspends $22.5m FIFA Partnership
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Interpol Suspends $22.5m FIFA Partnership

Interpol has suspended a joint anti-match-fixing program with FIFA over allegations of corruption against the football governing body. The international police agency is freezing the $22.5 million donated by FIFA in 2011 for the program. The move adds to what one insider in both organizations called FIFA’s “escalating isolation,” BBC reported.

 

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