Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Merkel announces that the rescue fund will be over €1 billion - Tory rebellion in British Parliament - National Competition Commission fines 47 builders for rigging tenders / ABC (Bullfighter) Antoñete's last Puerta Grande - Balearics pays €2 million per day on debt - Berlusconi vs. Merkel and Sarkozy: "Nobody can teach me anything" / PÚBLICO One billion  to hold up Euro - Islamists get 40% of Tunisian votes - (Ex SGAE President) Teddy Bautista claims €1.2 million compensation / EL MUNDO PNV and PSE compete in asking for benefits for ETA prisoners - (Under photo of Argentina's Cristina Fernández) The new Evita - The builder linked to PSOE manager rigged several Development (Ministry) tenders / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) EU already owes 10 billion - National Competition Commission uncovers public tenders fraud and fines 47 builders - Banks in battle for wage packets / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Los Barios pays August wages and €600 towards September -  One of the stolen babies tombs was empty - Hashish contraband in baby seats

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