Friday, 20 May 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAIS Judges agree to prosecute PP [in Valencia] for illegal financing - Electoral Junta prohibits 15-M movement's protests - Strauss-Khan under house arrest awaiting trial / EL MUNDO Electoral Junta forbids demos on 'reflection day' - S&P lowers Cataonia's solvency because of debts and deficit - Zapatero, afraid of youth protests, revises labour reforms / ABC Electoral Junta prohibits protests on Saturday and Sunday - Bildu's arrival at poll booths alarms Basque business - Strauss-Khan, free after $1million bail / PUBLICO (Under photo of protests) "We're not leaving" - Strauss-Khan bailed against charges of sexual aggression / CINCO DIAS (Business/Finance) Altadis responds Philip Morris with drastic reduction of (tobacco) prices - Berlin and Paris demand a European candidate at IMF - LinkedIn opens party time for social netwroks on Stock Exchange / EUROPA SUR 15-M Movement challenge for 'reflection day' - Acerinox seeks ERTE (temporary work force reduction) for six months after fall in sales YOU  CAN SPONSOR THIS DAILY FEATURE FOR ONLY €3.

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