Back To Training, Learning From Kane & Being Like Beckham | Abraham & Maddison | Micah Phones Ep 5

Tammy Abraham and James Maddison chat to Micah Richards about staying motivated for the Euros, following the example set by Harry Kane and their lockdown FIFA rivalry. Subscribe to England: http://bit.ly/FATVSub The FA: http://www.thefa.com Wembley Stadium: http://www.wembleystadium.com TWITTER The FA: http://www.twitter.com/fa The England Football Team: http://www.twitter.com/england Wembley Stadium: http://www.twitter.com/wembleystadium The FA WSL: http://www.twitter.com/fawsl FACEBOOK The … Read more Back To Training, Learning From Kane & Being Like Beckham | Abraham & Maddison | Micah Phones Ep 5

Renault to Cut 14,600 Jobs Worldwide

May.29 — Renault SA is cutting about 14,600 jobs worldwide, about 8% of all roles. The French car maker will also lower production capacity by almost one-fifth in a bid to outlast the downturn rocking the global auto industry. The car maker hopes the plan will save the company 2 billion-euros over three years. Bloomberg’s … Read more Renault to Cut 14,600 Jobs Worldwide

EU’s Ursula von der Leyen Unveils $2.6 Trillion Recovery Plan

The European Union has stepped back from the brink. Again. Unprecedented in nature and ambitious in scope, the 2.4 trillion euros ($2.6 trillion) in total recovery spending unveiled by the EU — anchored by 750 billion euros of joint debt issuance — has already started to calm jittery markets and it might just restore a … Read more EU’s Ursula von der Leyen Unveils $2.6 Trillion Recovery Plan

EU to unveil stimulus plan for economic recovery

The European Commission is expected to unveil a plan on Wednesday to help the bloc’s economy recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. The plan valued at more than one trillion euros would contain a mix of grants, loans, and guarantees. The package is needed for countries like Italy, Greece, and Spain that are … Read more EU to unveil stimulus plan for economic recovery

Covid-19: French government to unveil rescue plan for automobile sector

French President Emmanuel Macron was to announce aid for the automobile industry on May 26, a day after his government said it had put 450 billion euros on the table to save the economy from the shock of the coronavirus epidemic. France’s automobile sector has been badly hit by pandemic. Subscribe to France 24 now: … Read more Covid-19: French government to unveil rescue plan for automobile sector

Bolsonaro’s coronavirus response: A threat to Brazil’s economy | Counting the Cost

The coronavirus pandemic has not spared a single nation or economy, but the way some governments have handled the crisis has raised eyebrows. Brazil’s right-wing populist leader Jair Bolsonaro has been dismissive about the health crisis and implored people to ignore state governors who had ordered lockdowns and social distancing measures. The result: Brazil has … Read more Bolsonaro’s coronavirus response: A threat to Brazil’s economy | Counting the Cost

The Global Guardians: Music boat eases minds in Amsterdam

Reinier Sijpkens, captain of a music boat in the Netherlands, says he lost all income because no performances are allowed until September 1. However, after receiving a government subsidy of 1,050 euros, he decided to give something back. Reinier paddles and plays the trumpet in the canals of Amsterdam to entertain and cheer up people … Read more The Global Guardians: Music boat eases minds in Amsterdam

Harry Redknapp And John Barnes On The New Series Of ‘Harry’s Heroes’ | This Morning

Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1JM41yF The Euros may have been cancelled, but you can still see some English football legends touring Europe this Summer! Harry Redknapp and his assistant manager John Barnes join us for the new series of ‘Harry’s Heroes’, as they take their team of England Legends on a European adventure – including … Read more Harry Redknapp And John Barnes On The New Series Of ‘Harry’s Heroes’ | This Morning

Italy’s pandemic response

#Italy is now emerging tentatively from one of Europe’s longest and toughest #coronavirus lockdowns. Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Wednesday presented a new aid package worth 55 billion euros to cushion the economic impact of the coronavirus. But how long would it take before the country could get back on its feet? And what … Read more Italy’s pandemic response

France unveils ‘massive’ 18 billion-euro aid plan for tourism sector hit by Covid-19 crisis

French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe announced a “Marshall” plan for the tourism sector of up to €18 billion euros to save the industry, hardly hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Tourism is “a national priority”, Philippe said, as the sector represents 7% of the country’s GDP and 2 million jobs. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN … Read more France unveils ‘massive’ 18 billion-euro aid plan for tourism sector hit by Covid-19 crisis

France’s ‘massive’ 18 billion-euro aid plan ‘gives the tourism sector a bit of hope’

French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe announced a “Marshall” plan for the tourism sector of up to €18 billion euros to save the industry, hardly hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Tourism is “a national priority”, Philippe said, as the sector represents 7% of the country’s GDP and 2 million jobs. “This is good news and gives … Read more France’s ‘massive’ 18 billion-euro aid plan ‘gives the tourism sector a bit of hope’

Story of Fighting COVID-19: Fighting bulls fall prey to lockdown

Victorino Martin breeds fighting bulls. He said the bullfighting season lasts from March 15 to October 15, and in the offseason, they have no income. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the cancellation of more than 500 bullfights, representing more than 90 percent of the total number of events, hitting the industry hard. Martin said … Read more Story of Fighting COVID-19: Fighting bulls fall prey to lockdown

Chinese farmers hit hard by ban on lucrative wildlife trade

On February 24, amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the Chinese authorities decided to ban the sale and consumption of certain wild animals, such as the pangolin. At the time, a wildlife market in Wuhan was suspected of being behind the spread of the coronavirus. For the many Chinese farmers who had moved into breeding and selling wild animals such as … Read more Chinese farmers hit hard by ban on lucrative wildlife trade

Air France-KLM to start job cuts discussions with unions amid 2 billion-euro Covid-19 pandemic loss

Arline company Air France-KLM is expected to start discussing job cuts with unions after it reported losses of almost 2 billion euros in the first quarter of 2020. The Franco-Dutch airline has ground the vast majority of its Air France flights because of the coronavirus pandemic, as the sector has suffered major blows. It secured … Read more Air France-KLM to start job cuts discussions with unions amid 2 billion-euro Covid-19 pandemic loss

Britain begins post-Brexit trade talks with United States

The United Kingdom on Tuesday begins post-Brexit trade talks with the United States, via videoconferencing. International affairs editor Philip Turle says trade between the two countries is already estimated at 253 billion euros a year, with Britain hoping to add an additional 17 billion euros from a potential deal. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN … Read more Britain begins post-Brexit trade talks with United States