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Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for May 27, 2015.

World soccer officials accused of corruption, taking bribes

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced the arrest of seven FIFA officials in Switzerland who are accused of a "rampant, systemic and deep-rooted" scheme to make $150 million in "bribes and kickbacks." Two more are accused of being involved in schemes dating back 24 years, and involved voting on which nations should host soccer World Cups.

[Read more from The Guardian]

Probe at elite New York school uncovers decades of abuse

A probe commissioned by a group of alumni at New York's elite Horace Mann School has found that more than 64 students were sexually abused by nearly two dozen faculty and staff between the 1960s and the 1990s.

[Read more from NBC News]

Santorum to announce another run for Republican ticket

Rick Santorum, who came second in the 2012 Republican primaries, will announce he will once again run for the Republican ticket, ahead of next year's presidential elections.

[Read more from the BBC]

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Whalen's Gophers start season with only 7 players available

Whalen isn't happy that a transfer wasn't granted immediate eligibility to play.

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Baby steals the show in Minnesota family's viral TikTok video

Definitely busting out that wobbly baby move at the next party...

George Floyd protest

Activist groups release 'The People's Budget,' call for $53M Minneapolis police cuts

The People's Budget, spearheaded by Black Visions Collective and Reclaim the Block, would cut more than $53 million from MPD's budget.

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Man dies weeks after November mini bike crash in Lakeville

The crash involved in mini bike and a van in Lakeville on Nov. 9.

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Walz to be joined by first responders at COVID press conference Wednesday

Some departments have been forced to shift staffing or suspend service due to COVID-19.

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Report: Twins place Eddie Rosario on outright waivers

The outfielder's time with the team appears to be coming to an end.

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Christian music broadcaster revealed as buyers of Go Radio

Educational Media Foundation. operates the K-Love brand, which has a presence already in the Twin Cities.

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St. Paul police chief reportedly fires officer who shot naked, unarmed man

Chief Todd Axtell said the officer's use of force was not reasonable.

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Report: Trevor May leaving Twins to sign with Mets

The right-hander will sign a two-year deal to head to New York

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