Friday, 14 October 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Al Qaeda-linked group kidnaps two Spanish volunteers in Kenya - Rajoy puts (Medrid Mayor) Gallardón on his electoral list - Urgent decree to merge universities / ABC (Over photo of PP group) Rajoy's hardliners - Aguirre wants to return 'Justice' to the State / EL MUNDO S&P downgrades Spanish debt again and forecasts a recession - Blanco is obliged to halt airport privatization - Two volunteers kidnapped after driver shoot-out / PÚBLICO (Re CAM scandal)Extra pay for 'meeting objectives' - (Re El Hierro volcano) Gases point to new eruption - Zapatero leaves Barajas and El Prat airports privatization to his successor / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) (Novacaixagalicia, or NCG, president José María) Castellano demands execs return macroparachutes - AENA future in next Government's hands - Blackberry reconnects and negotiates compensation - (Madrid community president Esperanza) Aguirre reopens debate as she frees opening hours / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Araujo reproaches lack of help for La Línea from State and Junta - Maersk makes Algeciras its base for West Africa - Judge investigates PSOE 'enchufismo' (nepotism -ish) in Los Barrios SPONSORED BY

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