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Earlier this month, the Europol police agency said a Singapore-based operation tried to fix games across Europe, including World Cup and European Championship qualifiers, to generate more than $10.6 million in profit.

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Earlier this month, the Europol police agency said a Singapore-based operation tried to fix games across Europe, including World Cup and European Championship qualifiers, to generate more than $10.6 million in profit.
February 25, 2013
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