Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Markets are certain of Greek debt release - Nuclear waste centre explodes in South East France - Turkey exports its Islamic democracy to the Arab world / ABC Fleeing (Education) minister justifies (teachers') strike - Greek virus hits France - PP sees inheritance tax as slap in the face to the Autonomous Regions / PÚBLICO Deadly explosion at French nuclear centre - Germany opens door to European debt emission - PP collected €8,000 million from inheritance tax it now rejects / EL MUNDO Greek bankruptcy risk in October corrals Spain - (Former Spanish Premier Felipe) González warns: "EU is at the edge of an irreversible abyss" - Chaves to Bono: "This (November 20 elections) is not the time to throw in the towel" / EXPANSIÓN (Business & Finance) Greece dynamites stock market - Mexican ambassador: "Spain  has 3,2000 companies there" - Tax on rich will not fix deficit / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Greece, bordering on bankruptcy, sinks European  stock markets even further - (Southern access to Algeciras) Collapse caused by spectacular accident - Los Barrios to revise cadastral values and apply them in 2013 YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY FEATURE FOR ONLY €2

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