Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAIS Germany says it was not Spanish cucumbers - Government and PP close deal that stops negotiation with ETA - Serbia hands over war criminal Mladic to The Hague / ABC Germany recognizes its mistake - PSE (Basque socialists) go back on promisaes and now talks of deals with Bildu - Europe demands that Spain ends air traffic delays / EL MUNDO Farmers blame Government for cucumber crisis mismanagement - King's anger (under photo of angry Juan Carlos I) PP, PSOE and IU councillors hang on to their official cars - Egyptian army carried out 'virginity tests' on Tahis Square demonstrators / PUBLICO Germany rectifies - WHO warns of 'posible' relation between mobile phones and cancer - Royal History Academy blames authors for Franco bias / NEGOCIO (Business & Lifestyle) Cucumber crisis: Spain must demand damages - Orange wants to become second in Spain - Barcelona eccelerates to become mobile (phone) capital (of Spain) / EUROPA SUR Gibraltar fuel tank explosion causes 14 injured - La Linea PP councillor-elect resigns after being arrested - Germany 'saves' Almeria cucumbers aftyer ruining sector YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS DAILY WEEKDAY FEATURE FOR AS LITTLE AS €3 €2

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