Join Us. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but El Confidencial pegs the acquisition price as between $5.6 million (euro 5 million) and $11.12 million (euro 10 million). Airbnb and Trip4real confirmed the deal. ‘We are delighted to welcome.
“We should try not to over-dramatize, but the situation is worrying,” Eduardo López, a spokesman for the COAG farmers union told the digital newspaper El Confidencial. Mr López and other representatives of the farming community want Spain’s.
Judicial sources said yesterday that he has been called to testify on July 31 in Madrid on allegations that he hid income from the authorities between 2011 and 2014, according to a report in El Confidencial newspaper on Tuesday. Ronaldo, 32, has denied the.
His performance was very good, and he did not stop improving on every lap," Tost is quoted by El Confidencial. "Comparing him with (Daniil) Kvyat and (Carlos) Sainz, he was very good in braking, attacking the curbs and in slow corners. "If he continues.
El Confidencial, a digital publication in Spain, claimed that Dr. Jose Carlos Noronha, a renowned Portuguese surgeon who specializes in knee injuries, told Ronaldo that he could face permanent injury if he attempted to play through the ailment.
To go against the constitution would be going against the EU framework," European Parliament president Antonio Tajani said in a letter to a Spanish MEP, which was leaked by El Confidencial, a Spanish news website. In Thursday's interview, Juncker said.
Sources involved in the investigation told El Confidencial they believed he was a "spiritual or ideological leader" to the cell members, radicalising them and helping them to plan the attacks. The sources cited the lack of previous terror links among the.
He died in an explosion in Alcanar where the cell had hoarded 120 gas tanks in preparation for a larger attack, possibly on the Sagrada Familia basilica, El Confidencial and other media reported, citing police sources. Es Satty, who had preached at a.
According to a report on El Confidencial, Telefonica’s CEO César Alierta is exploring the partnership with BT to create a European Giant and whilst talks are at an advanced stage, “there is nothing concrete yet”. The report states that Alierta is.
They will stand trial in late May and potentially face nearly two years in prison if found guilty. The Spanish newspaper El Confidencial published a story based on the leaked documents, claiming that a company had been set up in Panama just a day after.