Why Jordan has the most expensive stadium in Europe

The world’s most expensive stadiums have been identified in Portugal and Italy, with the cities both being among the world’s richest places to play football.

In Portugal, the Estádio da Luz is the biggest and most expensive venue, with an estimated cost of 2.8 billion euros ($3.7 billion).

The stadium sits on the shores of the Algarve Sea and is the home of Portugal’s national team.

It is located on the edge of the city of Porto, which is the fifth most populated city in Europe.

Portugal’s stadium budget is expected to be around 4 billion euros.

Italy’s La Stampa, a venue for the country’s top clubs, is the second most expensive in the world, at 2.9 billion euros, while the city-state of Rome is third at 1.9bn euros.

The most expensive Italian stadium was the Sestri Campioni in Rome, which houses Serie A giants Juventus, according to the latest edition of the Lega Serie A.

Jordan’s Facebook posts are not an excuse to shut down

The Jordanian government has accused social media giant Facebook of engaging in a “cyber war” against the country, according to Jordanian newspaper Al-Hayat.

Facebook has denied any involvement in the accusations, saying it has “no plans to shut the platform down.”

The government’s claims come amid growing criticism over Jordan’s crackdown on dissent and social media in recent years, including the detention of activist Abdullah al-Mabrouk.

Mabrousk, a vocal critic of the government, was recently charged with “inciting sectarianism” for posting on Facebook that he was going to fight a military uprising.

Jordanian media outlets have also criticized Facebook for blocking content deemed “inflammatory” by authorities.

Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment.