Friday, 16 September 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Central banks aid Europe - Government fixes Wealth Tax with last minute hanges - (Under photo of Sarkozy and Cameron in Lybia) "This is your revolution" / ABC (Under photo of Prince and Princess of Asturias) "No terrorist can evade his or her responsibility" - Injection of money lets markets breathe - (ETA member Arnaldo) Otegi sentenced to 10 years / PÚBLICO Rich to pay €1,080 million for patrimony - Central banks get together to inject liquidity in dollars to European banks - Generalitat (Catalan Government) wants to forbid by law burkas in the street / EL MUNDO (Finance Minister Elena) Salgado imposes Rubalcaba tax without debate - Rajoy will allow tax relief for businesses that reinvest - Anonymous uploads personal data of 30 presidential bodyguards / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) World injection of liquidity - (Over 'pay if...' list) Do I have to pay Wealth Tax? - Government studies liberalising tobacco sales / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) 450 kilos of cocaine found in San Roque inside plastic bananas - Wealth Tax for those with over €700,000 - Cala Sardina Resort investors decline to build hotel YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY ITEM FOR ONLY €2

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