Some of soccer's top executives were indicted in a corruption and bribery investigation led by the U.S. Department of Justice. Seven people were arrested in Zurich, Switzerland, where FIFA, the sport's international governing body, is set to hold its annual meeting. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
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Nine international soccer officials and five corporate executives were indicted Wednesday in a corruption investigation led by the U.S. Department of Justice into FIFA, the sport's global governing body. Swiss authorities arrested six of the accused in Zurich, where the FIFA congress is set to begin. Don Champion reports.
7 soccer officials detained in Swiss raid and accused of "rampant, systemic, and deep-rooted" corruption in sport's world governing body
No civilians or security personnel injured or killed during all-night siege at guesthouse in an area home to many embassies and foreign firms
Navy aircraft flew over the area with support from Malaysia to help find Rohingya and Bangladeshis that may be trapped at sea
The World Health Organization has adopted a plan to combat a resistance to antibiotics. CBS News correspondent Seth Doane went to New Delhi, India where the issue is so severe, doctors worry they'll soon struggle to fight infections.
The role of a joint terminal attack controller (JOTC) -- the person who helps coordinate strikes from the ground -- is especially important in urban combat. But it's not being used in the fight against ISIS. CBS News correspondent David Martin explains how a JOTC would help Iraqi forces -- and why the Pentagon says it's not currently using any.
Pentagon admits having this position involved would aid Iraqi troops and make air strikes more effective
Doctors in India fear there will soon be infections that antibiotics can't treat