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Has football finally cracked the American market? | Football Now

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With superstar signings, sold-out stadiums, and unprecedented international interest, football has finally gained mainstream acceptance in America.

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Wild bears in Romania get a new home as sightings surge | euronews 🇬🇧

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Authorities plan to relocate nearly 30 bears to the Zărnești Sanctuary following a Euronews report on rising bear encounters.

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Baguette “bomb” explodes into diplomatic row

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http://www.euronews.com/ From Paris a wind of fury has stirred, directed across the channel at Britain. French Prime Minister, Jean-Marc Ayrault has accused The Economist of resorting to,”excess” to boost its sales.

The weekly magazine’s front cover trumpeted its main article with the picture of seven baguettes tied together like a bomb. It has now exploded into a diplomatic row.

Francois Hollande’s economic reforms have come under attack, with The Economist claiming they could jeopardise the future of the euro because they are not ambitious enough and saying the financial markets could turn against France.

“I am shocked because it’s not the image I want to give of my country. At the same time I share some of the magazine’s opinions. I’m quite worried about the economic situation at the moment. I don’t see how the current measures will get us out of this,” said one woman.

There was some good news this week for the French President with data showing the country’s economy grew unexpectedly by 0.2 percent. French public spending accounts for 56 percent of the GDP the highest share in the eurozone while public debt has reached 90 percent of GDP.

French firms, says The Economist are burdened by overly rigid labour and product market regulation with the economy stagnant warning it may tip into recession this year.

For years France has been losing competitiveness to Germany, points out the article challenging Holland to show enough, “boldness and grit” to reform France. It comes just a few days after the president vowed to reform at his own pace

The French employers’ organisation Medef weighed into the argument saying the government had already taken measures to restore competitiveness.

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http://www.euronews.com/ The crucial swing state of Florida will be the battleground for the third and final US presidential debate.

Commentators generally agree that Republican Candidate Mitt Romney was stronger in their first exchange, while Obama was stronger in the second, and many tip the incumbent for this showdown which will focus on foreign policy.

“He has been very successful at taking out most of the leadership of Al-Qaida in Pakistan and Yemen in particular, including Osama Bin Laden, of course. He has also reduced the USD military footprint in the Middle East,” said Jordan Tama of the School of International Service, American University.

This was always going to be a tough debate for Mitt Romney who makes his strongest performances when he can talk about domestic issues and the economy.

It is in foreign affairs that Barack Obama has made his mark, moving far away from the policies of the previous government as James Mann of the Nitze School of Advanced International Studies explains:

“The Bush vision was to build up so much power that a leader of another country would be crazy to even try to match it. The Obama administration has pursued a much more modest version of American power”

Some might be watching for certain issues which are close to their heart here, but the candidates’ policies on things like the economy are much more likely to affect the vote.

For many there will only one point to look out for, who is the most likely to keep them safe?

There is no question that Obama, after the Bush years, has improved America’s standing in the world. He remains immensely popular in Western Europe, but considerably less in Eastern Europe. And in the Middle East, he is regarded as just another US president who failed to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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