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“This is an opportunity for Egypt not only to polish its dusted tourism flare, but also to amend and strengthen the bonds it has with its neighbouring countries,” says MEAXLDS’ president
Several international Spanish and English newspapers and websites focused on Messi’s visit to Egypt
The visit finally took place on Tuesday, after it was delayed twice
Argentinean football star Lionel Messi, playing for FC Barcelona, postponed his visit to Egypy which should have taken place Wednesday morning, according to Prime Pharma’s press office. Prime Pharma’s press office added that the visit will take place soon, and a press release will be issued to notify about it. On Tuesday, a day before …
In an effort to promote Hepatitis C treatment tourism, the Argentinean football player Lionel Messi arrives in Egypt on Wednesday. Attempting to refresh tourism in Egypt, the Egyptian government started a campaign in June to make Egypt a destination for patients from Europe and Asia to cure Hepatitis C at cheap prices. This campaign is …
The Barcelona forward retired after Argentina failed to win this year’s Copa America. Yet Lionel Messi has now decided he wishes to continue and help his nation through the current troubles.
Soccer superstar Lionel Messi has said he will appeal a court ruling over tax fraud. He and his father have been fined millions and sentenced to 21 months in prison, but will likely not serve jail time.
Lionel Messi and his father Jorge have both been sentenced to 21 months in prison on tax fraud charges. The Barcelona and Argentina star and his father were also fined, but are unlikely to go to jail under Spanish law.
Arguably the greatest footballer of his generation, some suggest that the failure to win a trophy with his national team is a black mark against Lionel Messi’s name. Not so, writes DW’s Shamil Shams.
After firing over the crossbar with a penalty as Argentina lost the Copa America to Chile, Lionel Messi has said that the national team “is not for me” anymore. He scored 55 goals for Argentina, just short of the record.