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A group of former presidents has held secret meetings with members of Venezuela’s opposition and government representatives in the Dominican Republic in an attempt at mediating the South American nation’s political standoff.
Opposition alliance leader Jesus Torrealba confirms that the meetings took place under the auspices of the Union of South American Nations.
But he said Saturday that there was no face-to-face encounter.
It’s one of the most divisive issues in New Jersey, one that inflames regional rivalries and spurs fierce debate among residents and lawmakers.
Is the meat in the state’s favorite breakfast sandwich called Taylor ham or pork roll?
The debate has raged for years in homes, diners and restaurants, and recently found its way to the Legislature, where one member has introduced legislation that would designate the meat, egg and cheese combination as the official state sandwich.
Authorities say a fingerprint has led them to a man who placed a pipe bomb near small propane tanks in a Walmart in the North Carolina mountains.
Officials say there were no serious injuries at the store in Sylva when the bomb exploded in September 2007.
Federal court records say Larry Bowlsby’s fingerprint was found on a shopping cart after the explosion.
The Palestinian president says if any Palestinian-Israeli negotiations are relaunched by a conference due in Paris next month, they should have a time cap and a mechanism to implement their resolutions.
Mahmoud Abbas told a meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo on Saturday that the Paris gathering should also set up a committee to monitor the implementation of whatever is agreed upon.
The conference, aimed at reviving long stalled Palestinian-Israeli peace negotiations, is scheduled to start June 3.
A Paris city councilor says at least half a dozen children have been hit by lightning in a Paris park after a sudden storm overtook their birthday party.
Councilor Karen Taieb says 11 people in all were hit by lightning Saturday after seeking shelter under a tree at the Park Monceau, a popular weekend hangout for well-to-do families.
An alleged plot by FIFA President Gianni Infantino to oust the official who oversaw the salary offer he refused to accept has been dismissed as “ludicrous” by world soccer’s governing body.
FIFA responded to reports in Saturday’s edition of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung which the German daily said were based on leaked details of FIFA Council meetings held this month.
Infantino told council members a proposed salary of 2 million Swiss francs ($2 million) was insulting, the newspaper claimed.
A rare release of talks inside FIFA’s ruling panel adds to tensions around the scandal-battered soccer body less than three months into a presidency that Infantino pledged will restore trust after 17 years of Sepp Blatter’s controversial leadership.
Since Infantino declared FIFA’s crisis over on May 13, audit committee chairman Domenico Scala of Switzerland resigned in protest and long-time finance director Markus Kattner of Germany was fired over alleged irregular bonus payments totaling several million dollars.
Infantino’s own seven-figure salary expectations appear a factor in the breakdown of his working relationship with Scala, who oversaw a salary offer that was a significant cut on the $3 million base salary Blatter was paid as FIFA president in 2015.
The German daily reported that, in Mexico City this month, the Infantino-chaired ruling panel discussed ways to remove Scala, who led a three-member FIFA compensation panel that agreed the salary offer before the presidential election in February.
British FIFA vice president David Gill led criticism of the alleged tactics to undermine Scala, according to leaked details of the meeting.
Scala resigned in Mexico City two weeks ago, one day after FIFA member federations decided to give Infantino’s Council power to fire elected leaders of independent audit and ethics committees.
“Any allegation that this decision would be the result of a ‘plot’ is ludicrous,” FIFA said Saturday, in a statement that did not directly address the details of the salary dispute.
FIFA and Infantino have not denied the $2 million offer, which was revealed by former FIFA anti-corruption adviser Mark Pieth.