Friday's election will determine whether Sepp Blatter will return as FIFA president, and only Jordan's Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein, FIFA's vice president for Asia, stands in his way.
FIFA's presidential election comes in the wake of a massive corruption scandal made public by this week's arrests of several senior officials.
A U.N. official had urged the organization to include the Israeli military in a list of states and organizations accused of violating children’s rights during armed conflicts.
Shepard Fairey said the president was "not even close" to living up to the ideals expressed in the iconic poster.
Through its 'Katibah Nusantara' unit, the Islamic State group is allegedly attempting to target countries in the Malay Archipelago, according to a Singapore-based analyst.
The death toll from the floods in Texas and Oklahoma has climbed to 24.
The lead author called for the study's retraction after a co-author was found to have made false claims in the report.
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