European Championship

The Spanish player lost the match against Turkey by a sprain. It was injured at the end of the match against Lithuania. It ensures that you have discomfort, but you can play. Spain fits the first setback of the European Championship against Turkey and without Pau Gasol. Pau Gasol, that Sunday against Lithuania suffered a sprained left ankle and did not play Monday against Turkey, has said it will be ready for Wednesday, when it begins the second phase of the European basketball. Through its space in a social network, Gasol said: I am better. I have discomfort in the ankle, but I’ll be ready for Wednesday.

Thank you for your support and interest. Pau Gasol has a sprained left ankle that is being treated with anti-inflammatory drugs and physiotherapy, reported the doctor of the team, Victor Lainez. Spanish forward suffered a sprain in the final minutes of the match on Sunday front Lithuania. Gasol did the warm-up before the game against Turkey, since he was working until the last moment together with your physical therapist to try to be available to Sergio Scariolo, but unable to retrieve it in time to participate in the meeting. Doctor Lainez hopes to study the evolution of Pau ankle every day to evaluate recovery periods. Selection undertook travel to Vilnius and Tuesday will train from 17.00 to 18.00 hours before facing their first meeting of the second phase, on Wednesday at 1530 local time. Source of the news: Pau Gasol: “I’ll be ready for Wednesday”

Oprah Winfrey Goodbye / Europe PRESS Oprah was his farewell surrounded by celebrities of the first order. This will be issued the next 23 and 24 May. Winfrey, considered the most influential character in American television, will be devoted now to its OWN cable network. The American presenter Oprah Winfrey has dismissed this week of its program, the Oprah show, after almost a quarter of a century leading television rack EE UU. During the evening, the Queen of the morning was accompanied by stars Beyonce, Madonna, Aretha Franklin, Tom Cruise, Michael Jordan and many others. The guests praised the efforts of the most influential woman in the world to improve education and fight poverty. It is a made woman herself who has been at the top of his profession for 25 years () and is still shaking some rear, said Madonna before an audience delighted about 13,000 people in Chicago.

With a purple dress and hair gathered in a ponytail, Winfrey enjoyed a night of tributes of celebrities and friends of first category that will be issued in two parts the next 23 and 24 May. There will also be another program whose content is still getting ready and will be may 25, putting end point at 25 years of the most watched U.S. television daily conversation program. Your show has become the surprise an art form, said Tom Hanks.Oprah Winfrey, are today surrounded by nothing more than love. Your study was not large enough to House it all, so here we are, he added, in a huge Stadium for basketball and concerts.

A slimmer Aretha Franklin, recovered from a major operation which underwent six months ago, sang Amazing Grace before an excited Winfrey. Beyonce, who performed his new single Run the World (Girls), said that thanks to her women around the world have reached a new level of compression of who we are, what we are and who we can be. A smiling Tom Cruise told him that it was a honour having been 12 times in his program since 1988. There were also special appearances by actors Will Smith and Halle Berry, singer Queen Latifah, the presenter Jerry Seinfeld and the star of the basketball Michael Jordan, among others. I feel love in addition, Jamie Foxx and Stevie Wonder sang him a Serenade with Isn t She Lovely, while R & B Usher star closed the night with the spiritual Oh Happy Day, which joined Winfrey and many other famous, clapping and singing. Excited, Winfrey said: I feel the love, and appreciate it. Considered as the most influential woman in American television leaves your program to devote himself fully to his cable network OWN, which will launch in January. Source of the news:: Oprah Winfrey says goodbye to his program after a quarter century of television reign in EE UU

State Heads

EFE more than one hundred European personalities of culture and sport have signed an open letter to the heads of State and Government of the EU. Also subscribe missive, among others, the philosopher Fernando Savater and writer Javier Marias, in addition to several Olympic champions. All of them are worried about to drastically reduce scholarships because of disputes over the budgets of the EU. The actor Javier Bardem, Pedro Almodovar film director and President of FC Barcelona, Sandro Rossell, are some of the Spanish personalities who have acceded to the European initiative in support of the threatened Erasmus University exchange programme. More than one hundred European personalities from the worlds of education, art, literature, economics, philosophy and sport have signed an open letter to the heads of State and Government of the EU in support of Erasmus, he has today informed the delegation in Madrid from the European Commission. Also subscribe to the letter, among other things, the philosopher Fernando Savater and the writer Javier Marias. Other European figures include the Greek Cypriot Christopher Pissarides, premio Nobel in Economics (2010), the German actor of Spanish origin Daniel Bruhl and several Olympic champions.

Do they all ECHO is the concern of the students by the system and that the granting of scholarships because of disputes over the budgets of the EU be reduced drastically for 2012 and 2013?. The program already this year boasts 90 million euros less, and there are fears that the situation worsen in 2013, although over the past twenty-five years, Erasmus has made it possible to almost three million young Europeans to study in another country. The letter points out that if the budgets of the EU for 2012 and 2013 are not sufficient to maintain the commitments undertaken with students, thousands of them could lose is an experience that can change their life. Missive requests that investment in education and training constitute the core of Europe’s response to the crisis, and stresses the plans of the Commission increase opportunities for young people to improve their skills and their job opportunities with the new Erasmus programme for all, will begin in 2014. The letter concludes that Erasmus for all will cost less than 2% of the EU budget and in the coming weeks the heads of Government of the EU will have a unique opportunity in life give their approval to the new program and resources you need.