Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS San Sebastián Forum calls for 'definite end' to ETA terror - Only one Novacaixa exec resigns from millionaire parachute - Businessman confesses he gace ex Marbella Mayor four cars / ABC (Over photo of Bruntland, Powell, Kofi Annan, Gerry Adams and Bertie Ahern) At the service of ETA -  Spanishbanks will need €120,000 million in 2012 - Three years' jail for hiitting daughter's teacher / PÚBLICO A step away from the end of ETA - Pre-war climate in Kenya inhibits search for kidnapped volunteers - Novacaixagalicia wants to recover 75% of golden parachutes / EL MUNDO (Over photo of participants) San Sebastián festival - Foreigners leaving Spain are now more than arrivals - German banks ready to forgive half of Greek debt / EL ECONOMISTA (Business & Finance) Fear of massive sale of Spanish debt if EU devalues it by 20% - QA new autonomous region's black hole (re Aragón) - China buys 20% of NH Hotels with 24% discount / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) 'Conference' urges talks with ETA and angers victims - Cepsa invests €144 millions in Chinese chemical plant - Government and regions make common front for EC to change Common Agricultural Policy

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