Friday, 7 October 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS A section of PP avoids commitmen to Abortion Law - The world says good-bye to Jobs as the most loved and global businessman - Banks to pay for cajas' rescue by decree - Obama: The 'indignant' are "reflecting their frustration at the crisis" / ABC (Over photo of Stebve Jobs young and ill) Good-bye to the inventor of the future - Rajoy studies reducing of number of parliamentarians - Salgado chaerges banks for cajas' rescue / PÚBLICO (Over Apple logo, and in English) Good job, Jobs - Banks assume rescued cajas' losses - Aznar accuses Government of 'begging' to ETA / EL MUNDO Russia says Spain's anti-missile location is 'unacceptable' - Petrol station meeting was 'private' - Good-bye to a creator of iLlusions / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) Free rein to recapitalization - Apple faces its best moment without Jobs - Government forces banks to cover part of cajas' rescue / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) (Algeciras Mayor) Landaluce criticizes port's contempt and leaves meeting - PP and PIBA applaud Romero for firing admin assistant - Two Loccal Police injured by delinquent with 28 arrests YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY FEATURE FOR ONLY €2

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