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November 06, 2013 
William Potts (C) enters Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S.... 
Havana, Cuba 
William Potts enters Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S. 
William Potts (C) enters Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S. November 6, 2013. Potts, a former U.S. militant who hijacked a plane to Cuba almost 30 years ago, flew home to the United States to face air piracy charges on November 6, 2013 and was taken into FBI custody in Miami, an FBI spokesman said. Potts was scheduled to appear before a U.S. judge in Miami on November 7, 2013, FBI Special Agent Michael Leverock said. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT CRIME LAW) 
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November 06, 2013 
William Potts speaks to reporters outside Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding... 
Havana, Cuba 
William Potts speaks to reporters outside Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding... 
William Potts speaks to reporters outside Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S. November 6, 2013. Potts, a former U.S. militant who hijacked a plane to Cuba almost 30 years ago, flew home to the United States to face air piracy charges on November 6, 2013 and was taken into FBI custody in Miami, an FBI spokesman said. Potts was scheduled to appear before a U.S. judge in Miami on November 7, 2013, FBI Special Agent Michael Leverock said. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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RTR2M1MS 
May 06, 2011 
Schoolchildren, wearing T-shirts with the names of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails, sing the national... 
Havana, Cuba 
Schoolchildren sing the national anthem in Havana 
Schoolchildren, wearing T-shirts with the names of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails, sing the national anthem during a ceremony organized in support of them by the Union of Communist Youth (UJC) in Havana May 5, 2011. The so-called "Cuban Five" are celebrated by many in Cuba as national heroes who were gathering information on armed exile groups in Miami to prevent attacks on their country and are believed to be victims of Washington's campaign against the island. FBI agents arrested the five in 1998. They were convicted in 2001 of 26 counts of spying on the Cuban exile community in Miami on behalf of Fidel Castro's government. The five have been in jail in the U.S. for over 12 years. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS) 
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RTS2UNPM 
December 12, 2019 
FBI Special Agent in Charge of the Miami Field Office George Piro is flanked by Assistant Attorney General... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Federal authorities annonce fraud charges against former NFL players at the Justice Department in Washington... 
FBI Special Agent in Charge of the Miami Field Office George Piro is flanked by Assistant Attorney General Brian Benczkowski and U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky Robert Duncan Jr. and U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky Robert Duncan Jr., as they announce charges against 10 former National Football League players over a scheme that allegedly defrauded more than $3.4 million from a healthcare program for retired athletes, during a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington, U.S., December 12, 2019. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
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October 26, 2018 
Miami-Dade police motorcycle officers escort a motorcade as they turn into FBI headquarters in Miramar,... 
Miramar, UNITED STATES 
Miami-Dade police motorcycle officers escort a motorcade as they turn into FBI headquarters in Miramar... 
Miami-Dade police motorcycle officers escort a motorcade as they turn into FBI headquarters in Miramar, Florida, U.S. October 26, 2018. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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October 26, 2018 
Miami-Dade police motorcycle officers escort a motorcade to FBI headquarters in Miramar, Florida, U.S.... 
Miramar, UNITED STATES 
Miami-Dade police motorcycle officers escort a motorcade to FBI headquarters in Miramar 
Miami-Dade police motorcycle officers escort a motorcade to FBI headquarters in Miramar, Florida, U.S. October 26, 2018. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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October 26, 2018 
Miami-Dade police motorcycle officers escort a motorcade to FBI headquarters in Miramar, Florida, U.S.... 
Miramar, UNITED STATES 
Miami-Dade police motorcycle officers escort a motorcade to FBI headquarters in Miramar 
Miami-Dade police motorcycle officers escort a motorcade to FBI headquarters in Miramar, Florida, U.S. October 26, 2018. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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June 12, 2016 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock carries an evidence bag and documents to his car outside a condominium... 
Fort Pierce, UNITED STATES 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock carries an evidence bag and documents to his car outside a condominium... 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock carries an evidence bag and documents to his car outside a condominium complex in Fort Pierce, Florida June 12, 2016. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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RTX2FU0R 
June 12, 2016 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock carries an evidence bag and documents to his car outside a condominium... 
Fort Pierce, UNITED STATES 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock carries an evidence bag and documents to his car outside a condominium... 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock carries an evidence bag and documents to his car outside a condominium complex in Fort Pierce, Florida June 12, 2016. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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June 12, 2016 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock carries an evidence bag and documents to his car outside a condominium... 
Fort Pierce, UNITED STATES 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock carries an evidence bag and documents to his car outside a condominium... 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock carries an evidence bag and documents to his car outside a condominium complex in Fort Pierce, Florida June 12, 2016. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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June 12, 2016 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock carries an evidence bag and documents to his car outside a condominium... 
Fort Pierce, UNITED STATES 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock carries an evidence bag and documents to his car outside a condominium... 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock carries an evidence bag and documents to his car outside a condominium complex in Fort Pierce, Florida June 12, 2016. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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June 12, 2016 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock speaks with reporters at a condominium complex in Fort Pierce, Florida... 
Fort Pierce, UNITED STATES 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock speaks with reporters at a condominium complex in Fort Pierce 
Miami FBI agent Michael Leverock speaks with reporters at a condominium complex in Fort Pierce, Florida June 12, 2016. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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RTX1X1EU 
December 03, 2015 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015.... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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December 03, 2015 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015.... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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RTX1X223 
December 03, 2015 
FBI agents hold crime scene tape so a van with boxes inside can leave the offices of Imagina in Miami,... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents hold crime scene tape so a van with boxes inside can leave the offices of Imagina in Miami... 
FBI agents hold crime scene tape so a van with boxes inside can leave the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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December 03, 2015 
Ken Tolle, outside general counsel of Imagina U.S., speaks with reporters after FBI agents removed boxes... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Ken Tolle, outside general counsel of Imagina U.S. speaks with reporters after FBI agents removed boxes... 
Ken Tolle, outside general counsel of Imagina U.S., speaks with reporters after FBI agents removed boxes from the company's offices in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. Tolle said the company is cooperating with the investigation. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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RTX1X1G3 
December 03, 2015 
FBI vehicles are parked at the front dorr as items from the offices of Imagina are removed in Miami,... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI vehicles are parked at the front dorr as items from the offices of Imagina are removed in Miami 
FBI vehicles are parked at the front dorr as items from the offices of Imagina are removed in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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RTX1X1HH 
December 03, 2015 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015.... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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December 03, 2015 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015.... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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December 03, 2015 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015.... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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RTX1X25G 
December 03, 2015 
Ken Tolle, outside general counsel of Imagina U.S., speaks with reporters after FBI agents removed boxes... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Ken Tolle, outside general counsel of Imagina U.S. speaks with reporters after FBI agents removed boxes... 
Ken Tolle, outside general counsel of Imagina U.S., speaks with reporters after FBI agents removed boxes from the company's offices in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. Tolle said the company is cooperating with the investigation. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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RTX1X25K 
December 03, 2015 
Ken Tolle, outside general counsel of Imagina U.S., speaks with reporters after FBI agents removed boxes... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
Ken Tolle, outside general counsel of Imagina U.S. speaks with reporters after FBI agents removed boxes... 
Ken Tolle, outside general counsel of Imagina U.S., speaks with reporters after FBI agents removed boxes from the company's offices in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. Tolle said the company is cooperating with the investigation. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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RTX1X1I1 
December 03, 2015 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015.... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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December 03, 2015 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015.... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
SOCCER-FIFA/PROBE
RTX1X20E 
December 03, 2015 
An FBI agent removes a bag from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Joe... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
An FBI agent removes a bag from the offices of Imagina in Miami 
An FBI agent removes a bag from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
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December 03, 2015 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015.... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami 
FBI agents remove boxes and other items from the offices of Imagina in Miami, Florida December 3, 2015. REUTERS/Joe Skipper TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SOCCER-FIFA/
RTX1ETVI 
May 27, 2015 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America,... 
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF the soccer federation that governs North America... 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America and the Caribbean, in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. Seven of the most powerful figures in global soccer faced extradition to the United States on corruption charges after being arrested on Wednesday in Switzerland, where authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas 
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RTX1ETWX 
May 27, 2015 
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF offices in Miami Beach, Florida
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football) offices in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. The world's most popular sport was plunged into turmoil on Wednesday as seven powerful soccer figures were arrested on U.S. corruption charges and faced extradition from Switzerland, whose authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Javier Galeano



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RTX1ETXE 
May 27, 2015 
An FBI agent carries a box from the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America,... 
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
An FBI agent carries a box from the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America,... 
An FBI agent carries a box from the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America and the Caribbean, in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. Seven of the most powerful figures in global soccer faced extradition to the United States on corruption charges after being arrested on Wednesday in Switzerland, where authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas 
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RTX1ETAF 
May 27, 2015 
Miami Beach police officers stand outside the headquarters of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs... 
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
Miami Beach Police officers outside the offices of CONCACAF in Miami Beach 
Miami Beach police officers stand outside the headquarters of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America and the Caribbean, after it was raided by FBI agents in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. Seven of the most powerful figures in global soccer faced extradition to the United States on corruption charges after being arrested on Wednesday in Switzerland, where authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas 
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RTX1ETWP 
May 27, 2015 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America,... 
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF the soccer federation that governs North America... 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America and the Caribbean, in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. Seven of the most powerful figures in global soccer faced extradition to the United States on corruption charges after being arrested on Wednesday in Switzerland, where authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas 
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RTX1ETWW 
May 27, 2015 
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF offices in Miami Beach, Florida
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football) offices in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. The world's most popular sport was plunged into turmoil on Wednesday as seven powerful soccer figures were arrested on U.S. corruption charges and faced extradition from Switzerland, whose authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Javier Galeano



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RTX1ETWH 
May 27, 2015 
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF offices in Miami Beach, Florida
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football) offices in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. The world's most popular sport was plunged into turmoil on Wednesday as seven powerful soccer figures were arrested on U.S. corruption charges and faced extradition from Switzerland, whose authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Javier Galeano



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RTX1EUHP 
May 27, 2015 
An FBI agent guides a van after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of marketing firm Traffic Sports during a search in Miami 
An FBI agent guides a van after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football) offices in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. The world's most popular sport was plunged into turmoil on Wednesday as seven powerful soccer figures were arrested on U.S. corruption charges and faced extradition from Switzerland, whose authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Javier Galeano 
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RTX1ERJG 
May 27, 2015 
FBI agents prepare to enter the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America,... 
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents prepare to enter the offices of CONCACA in Miami Beach 
FBI agents prepare to enter the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America and the Caribbean, in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. Seven of the most powerful figures in global soccer faced extradition to the United States on corruption charges after being arrested on Wednesday in Switzerland, where authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas 
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May 27, 2015 
The building housing offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America... 
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
The building housing offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America... 
The building housing offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America and the Caribbean, is seen during a search by FBI agents in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. Seven of the most powerful figures in global soccer faced extradition to the United States on corruption charges after being arrested on Wednesday in Switzerland, where authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas 
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May 27, 2015 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America,... 
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America,... 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America and the Caribbean, in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. Seven of the most powerful figures in global soccer faced extradition to the United States on corruption charges after being arrested on Wednesday in Switzerland, where authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas 
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RTX1ETW4 
May 27, 2015 
An FBI agent guides a van after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agent guides a van after an operation inside the CONCACAF offices in Miami Beach, Florida
An FBI agent guides a van after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football) offices in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. The world's most popular sport was plunged into turmoil on Wednesday as seven powerful soccer figures were arrested on U.S. corruption charges and faced extradition from Switzerland, whose authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Javier Galeano

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RTX1ETW3 
May 27, 2015 
An FBI agent brings out a computer after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agent brings out a computer after an operation inside the CONCACAF offices in Miami Beach, Florida... 
An FBI agent brings out a computer after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football) offices in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. The world's most popular sport was plunged into turmoil on Wednesday as seven powerful soccer figures were arrested on U.S. corruption charges and faced extradition from Switzerland, whose authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Javier Galeano


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RTX1ETWI 
May 27, 2015 
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF offices in Miami Beach, Florida
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football) offices in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. The world's most popular sport was plunged into turmoil on Wednesday as seven powerful soccer figures were arrested on U.S. corruption charges and faced extradition from Switzerland, whose authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Javier Galeano



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RTX1ETYC 
May 27, 2015 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America,... 
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF the soccer federation that governs North America... 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America and the Caribbean, in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. Seven of the most powerful figures in global soccer faced extradition to the United States on corruption charges after being arrested on Wednesday in Switzerland, where authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas 
SOCCER-FIFA/
RTX1EUHO 
May 27, 2015 
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents carry boxes from the offices of marketing firm Traffic Sports during a search in Miami 
FBI agents bring out boxes after an operation inside the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football) offices in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. The world's most popular sport was plunged into turmoil on Wednesday as seven powerful soccer figures were arrested on U.S. corruption charges and faced extradition from Switzerland, whose authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Javier Galeano 
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May 27, 2015 
A building housing offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America... 
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
A building housing offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America... 
A building housing offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America and the Caribbean, is reflected on the windshield of an FBI vehicle in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. Seven of the most powerful figures in global soccer faced extradition to the United States on corruption charges after being arrested on Wednesday in Switzerland, where authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. Picture taken using a wide angle lens. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas 
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May 27, 2015 
FBI agents prepare to enter the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America,... 
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
FBI agents prepare to enter the offices of CONCACA in Miami Beach 
FBI agents prepare to enter the offices of CONCACAF, the soccer federation that governs North America, Central America and the Caribbean, in Miami Beach, Florida May 27, 2015. Seven of the most powerful figures in global soccer faced extradition to the United States on corruption charges after being arrested on Wednesday in Switzerland, where authorities also announced a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups. REUTERS/Gaston De Cardenas 
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U.S. Hijacker Returns from Cuba - 07 Nov 2013 
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November 06, 2013 
William Potts speaks to reporters outside Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding... 
Havana, Cuba 
William Potts speaks to reporters outside Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding... 
William Potts speaks to reporters outside Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S. November 6, 2013. Potts, a former U.S. militant who hijacked a plane to Cuba almost 30 years ago, flew home to the United States to face air piracy charges on November 6, 2013 and was taken into FBI custody in Miami, an FBI spokesman said. William Potts was scheduled to appear before a U.S. judge in Miami on November 7, 2013, FBI Special Agent Michael Leverock said. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT PROFILE CRIME LAW) 
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November 06, 2013 
William Potts (L) is escorted into Miami FBI headquarters after he was taken into custody after arriving... 
North Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
Potts is escorted into Miami FBI headquarters after he was taken into custody after arriving in the U.S.in... 
William Potts (L) is escorted into Miami FBI headquarters after he was taken into custody after arriving in the U.S.in North Miami Beach, Florida November 6, 2013. Potts, a former U.S. militant who hijacked a plane to Cuba almost 30 years ago, flew home to the United States to face air piracy charges. Potts is scheduled to appear before a U.S. judge in Miami on November 7, 2013, FBI Special Agent Michael Leverock said. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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November 06, 2013 
William Potts arrives at Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S.... 
Havana, Cuba 
William Potts arrives at Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S.... 
William Potts arrives at Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S. November 6, 2013. Potts, a former U.S. militant who hijacked a plane to Cuba almost 30 years ago, flew home to the United States to face air piracy charges on November 6, 2013 and was taken into FBI custody in Miami, an FBI spokesman said. Potts was scheduled to appear before a U.S. judge in Miami on November 7, 2013, FBI Special Agent Michael Leverock said. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT CRIME LAW) 
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November 06, 2013 
William Potts (L) is escorted into Miami FBI headquarters after he was taken into custody after arriving... 
North Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
Potts is escorted into Miami FBI headquarters after he was taken into custody after arriving in the U.S.... 
William Potts (L) is escorted into Miami FBI headquarters after he was taken into custody after arriving in the U.S. in North Miami Beach, Florida November 6, 2013. Potts, a former U.S. militant who hijacked a plane to Cuba almost 30 years ago, flew home to the United States to face air piracy charges. Potts is scheduled to appear before a U.S. judge in Miami on November 7, 2013, FBI Special Agent Michael Leverock said. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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November 06, 2013 
William Potts is surrounded by reporters as he enters Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before... 
Havana, Cuba 
William Potts is surrounded by reporters as he enters Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before... 
William Potts is surrounded by reporters as he enters Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S. November 6, 2013. Potts, a former U.S. militant who hijacked a plane to Cuba almost 30 years ago, flew home to the United States to face air piracy charges on November 6, 2013 and was taken into FBI custody in Miami, an FBI spokesman said. Potts was scheduled to appear before a U.S. judge in Miami on November 7, 2013, FBI Special Agent Michael Leverock said. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT CRIME LAW) 
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November 06, 2013 
William Potts (R) enters Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S.... 
Havana, Cuba 
William Potts enters Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S. 
William Potts (R) enters Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S. November 6, 2013. Potts, a former U.S. militant who hijacked a plane to Cuba almost 30 years ago, flew home to the United States to face air piracy charges on November 6, 2013 and was taken into FBI custody in Miami, an FBI spokesman said. Potts was scheduled to appear before a U.S. judge in Miami on November 7, 2013, FBI Special Agent Michael Leverock said. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT CRIME LAW) 
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November 06, 2013 
William Potts speaks to reporters outside Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding... 
Havana, Cuba 
William Potts speaks to reporters outside Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding... 
William Potts speaks to reporters outside Havana's Jose Marti International Airport, before boarding a plane to the U.S. November 6, 2013. Potts, a former U.S. militant who hijacked a plane to Cuba almost 30 years ago, flew home to the United States to face air piracy charges on November 6, 2013 and was taken into FBI custody in Miami, an FBI spokesman said. William Potts was scheduled to appear before a U.S. judge in Miami on November 7, 2013, FBI Special Agent Michael Leverock said. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT CRIME LAW) 
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November 06, 2013 
William Potts (L) is escorted into Miami FBI headquarters after he was taken into custody after arriving... 
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Potts is escorted into Miami FBI headquarters after he was taken into custody after arriving in the U.S.... 
William Potts (L) is escorted into Miami FBI headquarters after he was taken into custody after arriving in the U.S. in North Miami Beach, Florida November 6, 2013. Potts, a former U.S. militant who hijacked a plane to Cuba almost 30 years ago, flew home to the United States to face air piracy charges. Potts is scheduled to appear before a U.S. judge in Miami on November 7, 2013, FBI Special Agent Michael Leverock said. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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November 06, 2013 
William Potts (C) is escorted into Miami FBI headquarters after he was taken into custody after arriving... 
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Potts is escorted into Miami FBI headquarters after he was taken into custody after arriving in the U.S.... 
William Potts (C) is escorted into Miami FBI headquarters after he was taken into custody after arriving in the U.S. in North Miami Beach, Florida November 6, 2013. Potts, a former U.S. militant who hijacked a plane to Cuba almost 30 years ago, flew home to the United States to face air piracy charges. Potts is scheduled to appear before a U.S. judge in Miami on November 7, 2013, FBI Special Agent Michael Leverock said. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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August 13, 2011 
People walk in a square beside a poster of the Cuban Five in Havana August 13, 2011. The so-called "Cuban... 
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People walk in a square beside a poster of the Cuban Five in Havana 
People walk in a square beside a poster of the Cuban Five in Havana August 13, 2011. The so-called "Cuban Five" are celebrated by many in Cuba as national heroes who were gathering information on armed exile groups in Miami to prevent attacks on their country and are believed to be victims of Washington's campaign against the island. FBI agents arrested the five in 1998. They were convicted in 2001 of 26 counts of spying on the Cuban exile community in Miami on behalf of Fidel Castro's government. The five have been in jail in the U.S. for over 12 years. Poster reads: 'End the injustice'. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS) 
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May 10, 2011 
A man walks beside a mural with the images of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails in Havana May 9,... 
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A man walks beside a mural with the images of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails in Havana 
A man walks beside a mural with the images of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails in Havana May 9, 2011. The so-called Cuban Five are celebrated by many in Cuba as national heroes who were gathering information on armed exile groups in Miami to prevent attacks on their country and are believed to be victims of Washington's campaign against the island. FBI agents arrested the five in 1998. The five have been in jail in the U.S. for over 12 years. The writing reads, "Five homeland heroes, they will return!" REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
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May 06, 2011 
A schoolboy holds a poster with pictures of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails during a ceremony... 
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A schoolboy holds a poster during a ceremony in Havana 
A schoolboy holds a poster with pictures of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails during a ceremony organized in support of them by the Union of Communist Youth (UJC) in Havana May 5, 2011. The so-called "Cuban Five" are celebrated by many in Cuba as national heroes who were gathering information on armed exile groups in Miami to prevent attacks on their country and are believed to be victims of Washington's campaign against the island. FBI agents arrested the five in 1998. They were convicted in 2001 of 26 counts of spying on the Cuban exile community in Miami on behalf of Fidel Castro's government. The five have been in jail in the U.S. for over 12 years. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS) 
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May 06, 2011 
Schoolchildren hold posters with pictures of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails during a ceremony... 
Havana, Cuba 
Schoolchildren hold posters with pictures of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails during a ceremony... 
Schoolchildren hold posters with pictures of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails during a ceremony organized in support of them by the Union of Communist Youth (UJC) in their support in Havana May 5, 2011. The so-called "Cuban Five" are celebrated by many in Cuba as national heroes who were gathering information on armed exile groups in Miami to prevent attacks on their country and are believed to be victims of Washington's campaign against the island. FBI agents arrested the five in 1998. They were convicted in 2001 of 26 counts of spying on the Cuban exile community in Miami on behalf of Fidel Castro's government. The five have been in jail in the U.S. for over 12 years. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS) 
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May 06, 2011 
Adriana Perez, wife of Gerardo Hernandez, one of five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails, speaks in front... 
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Adriana Perez speaks in front of a poster during a ceremony in Havana 
Adriana Perez, wife of Gerardo Hernandez, one of five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails, speaks in front of a poster during a ceremony organised in support of them by the Union of Communist Youth (UJC) in Havana May 5, 2011. The so-called "Cuban Five" are celebrated by many in Cuba as national heroes who were gathering information on armed exile groups in Miami to prevent attacks on their country and are believed to be victims of Washington's campaign against the island. FBI agents arrested the five in 1998. They were convicted in 2001 of 26 counts of spying on the Cuban exile community in Miami on behalf of Fidel Castro's government. The five have been in jail in the U.S. for over 12 years. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS) 
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May 06, 2011 
Schoolchildren, wearing T-shirts with the names of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails, sing the national... 
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Schoolchildren sing the national anthem in Havana 
Schoolchildren, wearing T-shirts with the names of the five Cuban prisoners in U.S. jails, sing the national anthem during a ceremony organized in support of them by the Union of Communist Youth (UJC) in Havana May 5, 2011. The so-called "Cuban Five" are celebrated by many in Cuba as national heroes who were gathering information on armed exile groups in Miami to prevent attacks on their country and are believed to be victims of Washington's campaign against the island. FBI agents arrested the five in 1998. They were convicted in 2001 of 26 counts of spying on the Cuban exile community in Miami on behalf of Fidel Castro's government. The five have been in jail in the U.S. for over 12 years. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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