Police in Switzerland has arrested a number of executives of the world's football governing body FIFA over corruption charges. The arrests have taken place days before the organisation that comprises 209 national football associations votes for its next president.
NATO and Russian armed forces on Monday, May 25, each begun separate large-scale air force exercises.
A new suspect has surfaced in the murder case of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov. The suspect is a Chechen resident Ruslan Mukhadinov. Investigators believe he may be the one behind the murder.
German rail operator Deutsche Bahn has partly agreed to the demands of the company's train driver trade union, thus reaching an end to this week's strike, which has been the ninth in the 11-month-long dispute between Deutsche Bahn and the trade union.
Representatives of all three Baltic States have made it to the finals of Eurovosion. Estonian duo Elina Born and Stig Rästa, Latvian representative Aminata Savadogo and Lithuanian representatives Monika Linkyte and Vaidas Baumila will compete in last round of this international contest.
Five internationally leading banks have announced they would plead guilty in charges for manipulations in the foreign currency market.