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Paris tourism lost 750m euros after attacks


Islamist attacks, strikes and floods kept foreign tourists away from the French capital in the first half of the year and cost the Paris region tourism industry some 750 million euros (S$1.14 billion) in lost revenue, officials said on Tuesday. 376 palabras más

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The EPL season is back!!! And I can see how fans are really excited about the most exciting league in the world. That’s great. Since the league is quite long, #KWEKUWRITES would attempt giving a season preview for each of the clubs using the #BREXIT vote as an analogy. 182 palabras más

Europe Has Two Options: Revolution Or Elections

  • Mervyn King, the former governor of the Bank of England, wrote in his recent book, The End of Alchemy, that European leaders pushed for the adoption of the euro as a single currency knowing that it would cause an economic disaster in Southern Europe.
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Rage quit

It was way back in 2004 in Portugal, when a France side led by Zinedine Zidane (Zizou) came out on top in their group by overcoming teams like England and Switzerland. 112 palabras más


Pochettino voices concerns on Tottenham mental strength

Ahead of Tottenham’s first Premier League fixture of the 2016/17 campaign, an away day visit it Goodison Park, Mauricio Pochettino has spoken candidly on his concerns over the mentality of his squad. 416 palabras más

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Airbnb paid less than $104,000 in tax in France in 2015: Le Parisien


PARIS – Online home-rental marketplace Airbnb paid less than 70,000 euros (S$104,000) in taxes in France in 2015, 18 per cent less than the previous year, even though Paris is the company’s most popular destination, French newspaper Le Parisien reported on Thursday. 217 palabras más

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sport=soccer&page=news&view=article&news_id=809402&localization_id=www Barzagli, Bonucci and Chiellini - the latest Italy wall looking to deny Germany

It is almost 10 years to the day that Germany failed to break down the ‘Berlin Wall’.
That was the nickname given to Fabio Cannavaro following his influential role in Italy winning the 2006 World Cup, and, in particular, his ‘thou shalt not pass’ display against the host nation in the semi-final. 574 palabras más