This May 12, 2016 photo shows a Barbary macaque as it pauses, lower right, with the Rock of Gibraltar looming in the background on in Gibraltar. (AP Photo/Brian Witte)
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Gibraltar will finally host international matches on home soil by 2018 after an agreement was reached between the British territory's football association (GFA) and government on Tuesday for an 8,000-seater stadium.Since being admitted into UEFA in 2013, the lack of suitable facilities has meant Gibraltar have played home international fixtures in Faro, Portugal.The GFA will invest approximately £32 million ($40.8m) to buy the municipal Victoria Stadium from the Gibraltar Government for £16.5 million and invest a similar amount in upgrading the facility to meet UEFA standards.
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