Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Berlusconi in desperate fight to avoid fall of his Government - Level of Catalan students in doubt - Rubalcaba opposed to return of ETA prisoners before N-20 (elections) / ABC Rubalcaba gets into trouble (about private education) - Rajoy fears EU might 'stigmatise' Spanish debt today - Catalonia eliminated immigrant students to look better in PISA Report / PÚBLICO Europe's last card - (Under photo) Advertising for prostitution on Valencia public transport - Counts and Marquises cut off public roads when fencing their properties / EL MUNDO López sets up office to reinsert deported and escaped - (Ministry of) Development documents show bad management propitiated air chaos - Peace conference was agreed in 2007, according to Otegi papers / EL ECONOMISTA (Business & Finance) Inspection charges against Ordóñez management at Bank of Spain - EU does not manage agreement - Rajoy to cut Administratiobn expenses by 50% / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Junta buidget sinks investment and saves social expense - (Under photo of golfers at Valderrama) In search of a pioneer - Jimena calculates its debt is over €17,000,000

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