Football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has cut a deal with a court in Madrid over tax evasion charges, accepting an €18.8m (£16.6m) fine. Almost all media representatives met him while he was leaving the court amid his request denial from the judge to appear by video or to enter the building by car to avoid the fans exposure. He hardly spent mins during the court prosThe … Continue reading Ronaldo accept tax evasion charges and deal to pay back
PARIS- Northern Europe, this summer people are astonished with the signs and alerts they are getting, cows are dying of thirst in Switzerland which never had such a high temperature ever in years, glacier is melting in Austria and fires are gobbling up in Sweden. It feels like a advance version of biblical plagues. Urban infrastructure is not equipped to deal with this Scorching … Continue reading Urban areas are not equipped to deal with this Scorching summer heat in EU: Record Temperature
By Dai Yuliang [CC BY-SA 4.0], from Wikimedia Commons World Cup begins today and soccer enthusiasts around the world are already making their FIFA World Cup 2018 predictions. Read on to learn about the top contenders and who is favored to win. Brazil With five World Cup wins under their belts, Brazil is always a factor, but after a historic embarrassment in 2014 on home … Continue reading Predictions of FIFA World Cup 2018: who are the finalist?
England will face Spain and Croatia in the UEFA Nations League following Wednesday’s draw. The Three Lions are bidding to win the group and progress to the Final Four showpiece in the summer of 2019. Wales will play Denmark and the Republic of Ireland in League B while Northern Ireland takes on Bosnia and Herzegovina and Austria. In League C, Scotland takes on Israel and … Continue reading The Nations League draw is complete
BARCELONA — The three pro-independence parties in Catalonia won the majority of seats in a parliamentary election in the region Thursday, setting the stage for another showdown with the central government in Madrid. With a record-breaking turnout of more than 80 percent, Catalans dealt Spain’s prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, a major setback as the secessionist leaders stood poised to return to power in Barcelona, among them … Continue reading Separatist parties won a slim majority in the Catalan parliament: Barcelona