Blatter 'Cannot Be Held Responsible'

Fifa president Sepp Blatter has condemned the "action of individuals" for bringing "shame and humiliation" on football's governing body.
But he said that although many held him "ultimately responsible" for Fifa's actions, he could "not monitor everyone all of the time".
He was speaking at the opening of Fifa's congress, a day after seven top officials were arrested in a US probe.
Mr Blatter, seeking re-election as president on Friday said he hoped this would be a turning point for corruption.
"We must earn trust back through the decisions we make," he said.
UK PM David Cameron urged Mr Blatter to resign but Russian President Vladimir Putin has backed him for a fifth term.
The head of European football's governing body, Michel Platini, later said that if Mr Blatter were re-elected, Uefa might have to discuss its relations with Fifa.
Key sponsors have expressed concern over twin corruption investigations by both the US and Swiss authorities.