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By Katharina Bart ZURICH (Reuters) - Interpol put two top former FIFA officials on its "red notice" wanted list at the request of U.S. authorities on Wednesday as their investigation into corruption at soccer's governing body gathered pace. The move by the international police body came the day after FIFA President Sepp Blatter stunned world soccer by resigning shortly before it emerged that he was also under investigation by U.S. law enforcement. A source close to FIFA said Blatter's advisers had told him he must reverse course and quit.
By John Ruwitch and Megha Rajagopalan JIANLI, China (Reuters) - Rescuers searched a sunken cruise ship in the Yangtze River on Wednesday for more than 400 missing people, many of them elderly, but hopes of finding more survivors were fading in what could be China's worst shipping disaster in almost 70 years. State television showed rescuers, some standing gingerly on the upturned hull of the Eastern Star, and scores of divers working through the night.
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The European Central Bank has kept its key interest rate on hold, as expected, leaving investors to look ahead to President Mario Draghi's comments due later, particularly about Greece.