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THE LATEST: Blatter to lead FIFA; challenger withdraws

FIFA president Sepp Blatter smiles as he attends the 65th FIFA Congress held at the Hallenstadion in Zurich, Switzerland, Friday, May 29, 2015, where he runs for re-election as FIFA head. (Walter Bieri/Keystone via AP)ZURICH (AP) ? The latest on FIFA developments:



Evacuations near swollen Texas rivers, severe weather kills 21

Storms and deadly floods hit the Midwest and PlainsBy Lisa Maria Garza and Jim Forsyth DALLAS (Reuters) - Rivers in Texas flooded their banks on Friday after historic storms had pounded the state for more than a week, with the severe weather leaving at least 21 people dead, damaging more than 4,000 structures and prompting widespread evacuations. The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for Central Texas into Kansas, with additional rain swelling Texas rivers already at dangerously high levels. Across Texas, people spent the night in shelters as this week's floods turned streets into rivers, ripped homes off their foundations and swept over thousands of vehicles.



The Latest: 4th-seeded Berdych into French Open 4th round

Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic returns the ball to France's Benoit Paire during their third round match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, Friday, May 29, 2015 in Paris, (AP Photo/Michel Euler)PARIS (AP) ? The Latest from the French Open:



FIFA votes amid corruption crisis: LIVE REPORT

FIFA President Sepp Blatter gestures as he speaks after being re-elected following a vote to decide on the FIFA presidency in Zurich on May 29, 2015London (AFP) - 17:21 GMT - Next FIFA congress - Just before going, Blatter announces the next FIFA congress will be held in Mexico City on May 12 and 13, 2016.



Sepp Blatter wins re-election as FIFA president

FIFA President Sepp Blatter speaks during the 65th FIFA Congress held at the Hallenstadion in Zurich, Switzerland, Friday, May 29, 2015, where he runs for re-election as FIFA head. (Walter Bieri/Keystone via AP)ZURICH (AP) ? Sepp Blatter was re-elected as FIFA president for a fifth term on Friday, chosen to lead world soccer despite separate U.S. and Swiss criminal investigations into corruption.



Latest on flooding: Kansas governor warns of flooding threat

From left to right, Cara Hewitt, Linda Balas, Kathy Bullard and Doreen Crow look at the spot in Wimberley, Texas, on Thursday May 28, 2015, where eight of their friends from Corpus Christi were swept away in a flood. (Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman via AP) AUSTIN CHRONICLE OUT, COMMUNITY IMPACT OUT, INTERNET AND TV MUST CREDIT PHOTOGRAPHER AND STATESMAN.COM, MAGAZINES OUT12:40 p.m. (CDT)



Cuba removed from US terror list

This coastal view of Havana, Cuba shows the United States Interests Section diplomatic mission, the third tall building from the right, on Sunday, May 24, 2015. On Friday, May 29 the Obama administration formally removed Cuba from a U.S. terrorism blacklist as part of the process of normalizing relations between the Cold War foes. (AP Photo/Desmond Boylan)HAVANA (AP) ? The Obama administration on Friday formally removed Cuba from a U.S. terrorism blacklist, a decision hailed in Cuba as the healing of a decades-old wound and an important step toward normalizing relations between the Cold War foes.



Palestine drops motion to suspend Israel from FIFABy Brian Homewood ZURICH (Reuters) - Palestine unexpectedly dropped its motion to suspend Israel from international football on Friday amid highly-charged scenes at the FIFA Congress. Instead, soccer's governing body agreed to send observers to monitor the freedom of players and officials to travel to and from the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories -- one of the main complaints raised by Palestinian authorities. In a statement from Jerusalem, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed what he called the Palestinians' failure to freeze Israel out of world soccer, saying it represented a success for his government's diplomatic efforts.
Blatter wins fifth FIFA term as challenger concedes

FIFA President Blatter gestures after he was re-elected at the 65th FIFA Congress in ZurichBy Mike Collett and Brian Homewood ZURICH (Reuters) - Sepp Blatter was re-elected president of FIFA for a fifth term on Friday after the only other candidate conceded defeat after a first round of voting in an election overshadowed by allegations of corruption in world soccer. Blatter's victory came despite demands that he quit in the face of a major bribery scandal being investigated by U.S., Swiss and other law enforcement agencies that plunged the world soccer body into the worst crisis in its 111-year history. Neither Blatter nor Jordanian challenger Prince Ali bin Al Hussein got the necessary two thirds of the vote in the first round, with Blatter on 133 and Prince Ali on 73.



US drops Cuba from terror blacklist in landmark move

US President Barack Obama shakes hands with Cuba's President Raul Castro on the sidelines of the Summit of the Americas in Panama City, on April 11, 2015The United States dropped Cuba from its blacklist as a state sponsor of terrorism on Friday, in a landmark move aimed at paving the way towards normalizing ties frozen for half a century. The decision means Cuba will now have better access to US banking facilities and American aid, and a ban on arms exports and sales is also lifted. It also wipes out an international stigma which Havana -- on the blacklist since 1982 -- has long contended was groundless and unfair.