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29 May 2015

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Football: Platini confronts Blatter with resign demandFootball: Platini confronts Blatter with resign demand (18)
UEFA boss Michel Platini said he was "disgusted" and "sickened" by events which led to the arrest of seven FIFA officials at a Zurich hotel on Wednesday, and has urged FIFA president Sepp Blatter to resign.б UEFA President Michel Platini waits for the draw of the Champions League semi-finals matches at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, April 24, 2015.
Thailand to allow US flights to locate migrant boats: Deputy PM (28)
Thailand will allow the United States to fly surveillance planes from its territory to identify boats carrying migrants adrift in Southeast Asian seas, the country's deputy prime minister said on Friday. Malaysian military personnel onboard a Malaysian naval ship take part in a search operation for migrant boats at the coast of Langkawi, in Malaysia, May 28, 2015.
2 car bombs kill 10 people in two Baghdad hotels (11)
BAGHDAD, May 29 (Xinhua) - Two car bombs inside parking lot of two hotels in Baghdad, Iraq's capital, have killed at least 10 people and wounded 27 others, security sources said. A security official in Baghdad told reporters Friday that a car bomb in parking lot of Babil Hotel in central Baghdad exploded, killing at least six people and wounding 14 others.
Watch Japanese volcano Mount Shindake erupt (10)
Spectacular footage has been captured of a volcano erupting on a remote Japanese island. Mount Shindake, on Kuchinoerabujima, erupted suddenly at around 10am local time (1am GMT), blasting plumes of black smoke 9km into the sky, forcing evacuations and flight diversions. Play video A pyroclastic flow of super-heated gas and rock flowed down the side of Mount Shindake and reached the ocean after the mountain's "explosive"
Baghdad bombs kill at least 10 (10)
Suicide bombs explode near two of Baghdad's leading hotels Smoke rises from the site of a car bomb attack in Baghdad Photo: REUTERS By AFP 12:48AM BST 29 May 2015 Car bombs exploded Thursday near two of Baghdad's most high-profile hotels, killing at least 10 people and wounding another 27. The explosions occurred just before midnight (2100 GMT) and were heard across the city centre.
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