Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Anticorruption (prosecutor) investigates salary and pension of CAM ex-boss - Sectarian violence threatens Egyptian transition - EU postpones summit because of disagreement on banks / ABC (Over photo of Coptic Christian protest) Egypt persecutes Christians - PSOE will bring forward its Congress if defeated on N-20 - Catalan PER: €600 million for regional councils / PÚBLICO Hunger has its culprits (re food crisis) - PP on pensions: "Let's see what we find" - Traesury holds back payment to over 1000 municipalities / EL MUNDO (EC President Joao) Barroso warns autonomous regions: "Spain is now at the edge of the precipice" - Police believe the two lost children could be dead - FMI prepares €112,000 million line of credit for Italy and Spain / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) Not a single flat is sold - (Over photo of the two banks' presidents) Popular defends purchase of Pastor as "the best possible" - Iberia to allege that pilots' collective bargain restricts free trade - (Ministry of) Labour authorizes fifty employment agencies / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Port (Authority) responds that it has invested €14.9 million in Algeciras since 2006 - Even more money retained from Los Barrios for not accounting for 2010 - Headed for San Roque for enlargement (re Málaga dyke) SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY FEATURE FOR SIX MONTHS AND GET THE FIRST MONTH FREE!

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