Monday, 19 September 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS "ETA and 'abertzale'are playing the same tune with four hands" - Greece prepares for new cutbacks faced with European pressure - Golden giants (re Spain basketball European Cup) / EL MUNDO (Former Castilla-La Mancha President) Barreda proposed privatising schools, rest homes and highways - State to put up €20,000 million to cover CAM 'black hole' - 'Chapeau! ('Hats off!') Spain (re Euro basket gold / PÚBLICO Key judge in 'Faisán (corruption) case' linked to FAES (former Spanish premier Aznar's foundation) - Nadal takes Spain to Davis Cup final / ABC (Over photo of Pau Gasol) Great Spain - Rubalcaba backs linguistic rebellion in Catalonia - 'Faisán (corruption) case´hovers over PSOE (election) campaign / EXPANSIÓN (Business & Finance) Arrears (in getting paid) threatens 2.5 million self-employed - Telefónica, Santander and Iberdrola squeeze juice out of their British subsidiaries - (Santander Bank President Emilio) Botín goes to City to calm market down / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Councils's first 100 days overwhelmed by debts - Spain gets European throne again (re basketball Euro Cup) - Helicopter crash in Puerto center causes panic YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY FEATURE FOR ONLY €2

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