Thursday, 29 September 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Wave of cuts swamps autonomies - Director General of CAM fired for giving herself €370,000 for life - Lotteries market float suspended / ABC Government removes 4,000 police from street - King warns of "quite a lot" of sacrifices - Spanish AIDS vaccine gets 90% success rate in trials / PÚBLICO Brussels plans to tax inter-bank transactions from 2014 - Moroccan army lays siege to Saharawi city of Dajla - 'Pa negre' first Spanish film in Catalan aiming for Oscar / EL MUNDO Five CAM executives were paid €13 million just before Government took control -  (Valencia) President manages to avoid power cut at last minute - (Defence Minister Carme) Chacón calls for 'calm' but sets up refuge center for 2,000 on El Hierro (canaries) / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) 'El Gordo' is not floated - (Re Repsol takeover battle) (Repsol President) Brufau wins first round against Sacyr - Regional cuts up to €16,000 million - Samsung tries to stop iPhone 5 launch / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) PSOE of Andalucía obliges unblocking of Algeciras electoral list - (Re Andalucía Masters) Olazábal to play again at Valderrama - 150 kilos of heroin intercepted at port  YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY FEATURE FOR ONLY €2

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