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The European Union plans to raise $ 825 billion to blunt the corona virus recession

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This is what touring Spain this summer could look like

The European Union’s executive body launched a plan on Wednesday that would see it raise € 750 billion ($ 825 billion) in financial markets. Two-thirds of the money will be distributed to countries through grants, while the remainder will be offered as loans.

“Our willingness to act must meet the challenges we all face,” European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said in a statement. The pitch must still be approved by all 27 member countries.

Germany and France, the two biggest economies in Europe, said last week that they would support the use of extensive aid funds that did not require repayment, an acknowledgment of the economic trauma caused by the pandemic. The commission estimates that GDP in 19 countries using the euro will contract 7.75% this year, a record.

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said Wednesday the damage could be even greater, estimating losses of between 8% and 12% of GDP.

The European Commission’s plan was welcomed by southern European countries but could still face opposition from more fiscally conservative northern countries, which only wanted to offer loans.

Over the weekend, a group of countries known as “Frugal Four” – Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark – refused to compromise made by Germany and France.

This is a story that is developing and will be updated.

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A BOLA – Bruno Gama (Aris Thessaloniki) scored a goal on smiling Sunday for the Portuguese (Greece).

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A BOLA - Bruno Gama (Aris Thessaloniki) scored a goal on smiling Sunday for the Portuguese (Greece).

Portuguese striker Bruno Gama (incumbent) scored the only goal in the 41st minute win over Aris Thessaloniki, who earned three points against Asteris Tripolis in the 12th round of the Greek Super League.

Former FC Porto player nicknamed Juan Iturbe mini messiRecall that having chosen the Paraguayan nationality, he left the bench and replaced the Argentinean Daniel Mancini in the 69th minute, and the hero of the match, the Portuguese, the hero of the match, left the field at the same moment, he was replaced by the Argentinean Mateo Garcia.

In the main match of the day against AEK Atenas, who took 2nd place and hosted the eternal rival Panathinaikos, Portuguese midfielder Andre Simoes started for the home team (was yellow in the 34th minute), who won 1-0 from Polish midfielder Damian Szymanski on second minute of the match.

The striker Dalsio, winner of the 10th jersey of Ionianikos, also participated in a 3-2 home win against PAOK Thessaloniki. Away Portuguese player Vieirinha was expelled, but some familiar faces of Portuguese football played a role, such as Serbian striker Andrija Zivkovic, ex-Benfica, Nigerian midfielder Anderson Esiti, ex-Estoril and Leixoins, as well as the central player from Cape Verde. captain, Fernando Varela, ex-Fairense and Trofense.

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The newspaper highlights the “tight rope” in the relationship between Jorge Jesus and Benfica

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The newspaper highlights the "tight rope" in the relationship between Jorge Jesus and Benfica

Portuguese newspaper A Bola stressed that the relationship between Jorge Jesus and Benfica is not the best, as the coach is not achieving satisfactory results. Last Friday 03, the club lost 3-1 at home in the derby against Sporting.

“It is not only the connection between the club and the coach that will be evident after the events at Estádio da Luz. Even the continuation of Jesus’ life until the end of the season may be jeopardized, given the results, quality or lack of It follows that about the presented football and, above all, about the relationship with the fans who were seriously injured, ”wrote the car.

Also, according to the newspaper, JJ’s position is unstable, not least because the man who bet on him, Luis Filipe Vieira, is no longer at the club. In addition, the coach had to face a serious challenge from the public during the defeat in the derby.

However, if the team succeeds in the challenges ahead in December, then coach continuity through the end of the season can be guaranteed. The match between Benfica and Dynamo Kiev at the Estadio da Luz stadium, which will take place next Wednesday, August 8, will be an excellent indicator of the future of Jesus at the club.

It’s worth mentioning that JJ is one of the most coveted names in Flamengo, who will lead the team in 2022. In 2019, Jesus led the Brazilian team in the conquest of Brasileiran and Libertadores.

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The lucky winner of the evening of the Foundation of the Mayors of Terry and Strauben received a holiday in Portugal

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The lucky winner of the evening of the Foundation of the Mayors of Terry and Strauben received a holiday in Portugal

Michael Daly is the Everglades Star Award Winner. Received a voucher for Terry Airport to Al Korve this summer from Travel Solutions, Northern Ireland’s leading tour operator, which includes seven nights at Aratlandico Apartments in Albuquerque.

It was part of a rally held tonight with all proceeds from Mayor’s Charity – the Foyle Down Syndrome Foundation.

Councilor Graeme Varkey, Mayor of Terry and Straben County Council, congratulated Michael on his great trip and thanked Travel Solutions for their support.

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Sarah Simpson and Michael Daly, Travel Solutions Holiday winners for the Portuguese Mayor’s Christmas Fund on behalf of the Foyle Down Syndrome Foundation, welcome Alderman Graham Wark and Robert Wilson and Terry Airport CEO Steve Fraser of Travel Solutions.

“We had a wonderful Christmas Eve night in honor of the Mayor’s Foundation and it was the perfect decision to give Portugal this incredible star gift to our winner, Michael Daly.

“I would like to congratulate you and express my gratitude to Travel Solutions for their generosity and kindness in making this gift and in turn for their support of the Foyle Down Syndrome Foundation. We are raising a lot of money for this very useful business.

“I know that many have missed the opportunity to enjoy a good vacation over the past two years, so I thank Travel Solutions again for their support and hope that next summer Michael will enjoy his sunshine gold at Alcarve.”

Julie Magill, CEO of Travel Solutions, said: “We would like to thank the Mayor for giving us the opportunity to support the Fund’s fundraising efforts. We are proud to be part of this epic night.

Terry Airport Managing Director Steve Fraser added: “I am honored to be part of this inspiring event and to support the Foyle Down Syndrome Foundation at our local community center in the Northwest. We are delighted to partner with our partner Travel Solutions to deliver this wonderful vacation package, as well as our flight partner Loganier, who, as always, is very kind to provide the airlines with gifts in support of this well-deserved cause. Special thanks to the Mayor and the staff of the Terry City and Strauben District Council for their continued support throughout the year for organizing such a wonderful evening.

Other gifts for the evening include two return flights from Loganeer-sponsored Terry Airport to London Stansted, Liverpool or Glasgow; Ipod; Overnight at the Benedict Hotel in Belfast; Restaurant vouchers; And much more.

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