Friday, 8 July 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAIS ECB backs Portugal in confrontation with ratings agencies - Murdoch closes his most-sold paper for hacking - Medieval book jewel, Codex Calixtinus, stolen in Santiago / ABC (Over photo of 'returning' Fernando Alonso) "It's wonderful to be able to speak Spanish again" -  Clamourous security failure (re stolen book) - Interest 0.25% raise complicates Spanish recovery / EL MUNDO Cambridge ETA man passed for Polish - Rubalcaba gives 15-M a wink by suggesting open (electoral) lists - Murdoch closes News of the World for hacking scandal / PUBLICO Rubalcaba to leave Government next week - Trichety ups interest rates and puts brakes on Moody's on Portugal - Javier Arenas hands tax return to notary but does not make it public / CINCO DIAS (Business/Finance) Foreclosures could cost €4,100 million in bank capital - Telefonica links raises to results - Zapatero says PSOE to debate tax increases / EUROPA SUR (Over dramatic photo) Intentional fire sweeps Sierra Carbonera - Calixtine Codex disappears in Santiago - Mayor closes Iniciativa Los Barrios SPONSORED BY 
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