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Soccer / Football: Mafia, business or sport? — ReLive English

Updated press release on European football / European soccer. via Soccer / Football: Mafia, business or sport? — ReLive English Advertisements

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Soccer / Football: Mafia, business or sport?

Updated press release on European football / European soccer. Continue reading

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Executive Peer Pressure

Every individual has experienced peer pressure at some point in their lives, often beginning in early childhood. While we like to think we have outgrown the playground, adults still regularly succumb to peer pressure. It is the responsibility of strong … Continue reading

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The Robinson List

Are you looking for a way to get rid of those pesky telemarketers who call you at home time and time again? The answer here in Europe is called the Robinson List (La Lista Robinson). By far the most effective … Continue reading

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Cyprus: 300 Euros Per Citizen

The days of rationing have returned and there is no end in sight for the average or median citizen in Cyprus. Three hundred euros is the limit on how much they can withdraw from their own bank account. How would … Continue reading

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David, You Are In Hot Water

The PM of the United Kingdom, David Cameron announced his proposal for new immigration controls for the United Kingdom. Among the most controversial points of the new policy are his plan to cut immigrant healthcare and unemployment benefits. Cameron bases … Continue reading

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