FootballDaily Sepp Blatter's remarks yesterday, when he suggested racism was not a problem in football, have been widely condemned as trivialising discrimination.
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FootballDaily Sepp Blatter today apologised for his controversial comments on racism in football, but there was no sign of the row over his remarks going away.
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Wochit Headline News U.S. soccer star Hope Solo accused ex-FIFA President Sepp Blatter of grabbing her butt, during an awards ceremony five years ago. tThe former head of international football’s governing body denied the allegation. Solo told a Portuguese newspaper..
Wochit Headline News On Saturday, CNN reported that US soccer star Hope Solo has accused that former FIFA president Sepp Blatter grabbed her inappropriately as they prepared to take the stage at an awards ceremony in 2013. In an interview posted online, Solo was asked..
euronews (in English) The former president of FIFA is the latest public figure in the media spotlight over allegations of sexual harassment and assault.
The US goalkeeper Hope Solo has accused Sepp Blatter of sexual assault.
This, she alleges, happened just before..
Wochit Headline News Soccer star Hope Solo has come forward and revealed the the head of FIFA groped her. It happened back in 2013 at an awards show as they were about to present an award together. It was then that Sepp Blatter grabbed her butt. When talking about the..
Wochit News An effigy of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein was burnt at an annual event on Saturday organised by a bonfire society in Britain's south-eastern town of Edenbridge. More than 50 women have made sexual harassment or assault claims against 65..
Vocativ Harvey Weinstein is burning down — in effigy, at least.
The Hollywood producer embroiled in a sexual assault scandal is the latest target of the Edenbridge Bonfire Society. They've done other protest burnings, setting effigies of Donald Trump,..
Euronews English Thresa May today (October 4) took to the stage to make her keynote speech at the Conservative Party Conference, but an unfortunate turn of events struck the British PM. May drew the event in Manchester to a close by addressing key issues affecting her..