FIFA’s ethics committee judges banned referee Ibrahim Chaibou for life for fixing games and accepting bribes. The organization fined the referee 200,000 Swiss francs ($201,000) and has changed the way they appoint referees as a result of the case.
Airbus CEO Tom Enders said the Aeronautics company might move their operations out of Britain if the country decides to not create a trade relations deal upon their leaving the European Union. Enders said a long history of aviation with Britain could be destroyed due to Brexit. Other business leaders continue to grow discontented in the slow progress in securing the Brexit deal.
A Florida SunTrust Bank branch fell victim to a shooting where the perpetrator ordered five women to lie on their stomachs before shooting them in the back of the head. Gunman, Zephen Xaver, was charged with premeditated murder and did not have any relationship with any of the victims.
Viral content of the day:
Emmy winner Sarah Paulson attempted to “revenge scare” celebrity prankster Ellen Degeneres by sneaking up on the host during one of her shows. Despite Paulson’s best efforts, Degeneres still managed to scare the actress.