Friday, 15 July 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAIS Catalonia proposes longer hours to avoid redundancies - Castilla-La Mancha President) Cospedal adds €1,000 million to debt left by (previous President) Barreda - Justice leaves Government to decide on closing nuclear plants / ABC 'Bildu effect' increases ETA challenges - Government accosts Judge Ruz to cover Rubalcaba - PSOE Senator arrested for hitting police / PUBLICO Murdoch Board (including Aznar) denounced for allowing rubbish journalism - Spain says Argentina is investigating Franco era crimes - At least three banks fdail stress test but won't have to recapitalize / EL MUNDO Prosecution order favours Faisan case accused - Minerva: woman allergic to mobile phones - (Ministry of) Culture investigates member of jury that awarded San Sebastian Cultural Capital status / CINCO DIAS (Business/Finance) Germany torpedoes stress test and removes its only failed bank - Europe prepares shock plan on Greek crisis - Italy raises fiscal adjustments to €79 billion / EUROPA SUR Algeciras PP finds harmful speculative financial contract - Los Barrios RTV staff refuse to work - Unions give Araujo a break as Feria begins

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