Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Batasuna urges ETA to put arms aside for ever - Cataluña to open public health to private enterprise - Moody's joins Fitch in downgrading Spanish debt / EL MUNDO ETA will 'escort' Batasuna until it reaches objectives - Moody's keeps promise and also drops Spanish debt rating - (Re missing Córdoba children) Police accuse father of murder / PÚBLICO Batasuna asks ETA to leave it - CAM's exDirector joins unemployment queue after losing €593,000 job - Mass tests prove anti-malaria drug effective / ABC Rajoy calls on Zapatero to defend Spain - Moody's drops Spanish debt by two points - (Re Córdoba children) Father accused of murder / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) Spanish banking rebels - (Employment Minister) Valeriano Gómez promises lower employers' contributions for new employees / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) La Gertrudis plots to be auctioned and pay debt - Fire alarm at El Cuartón - Chaves to visit Algeciras today as EU debates railway 'corridors'

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