Monday, 17 October 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS International conference in San Sebastián promotes end of ETA - Palestinian prisoners exchange includes tens of terrorists - Rajoy and Rubalcaba agree on single debate on November 7 and on neutral ground / ABC Batasuna offers mediators disarmament soon - Amnesty fails to bring up hidden employment - (Re missing Sevilla children, mother's letter) "I could forgive if I could see their little faces again" / PÚBLICO 'Catastrazo': Councils look ti IBI to alleviate finances - Basque business also attend peace conference - Unpublished album by Cecilia reveals censorship of Franco era / EL MUNDO (Re ETA peace conference) 'They won't remember what they did to us' - 1.3 million French socialists vote for Hollande to go up against Sarkozy in 2012 / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) Iberdrola supports wind energy decree that the rest reject - Spain defends future transport axis in EU - "I advise the young to look abroad for employment" / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) (Government) Auditor says La Línea Council incapable of resolving deficit - Marta (del Castillo) trial begins after two years of false trails (and no body) - Jimena in trouble with payoll payments

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