Thursday, 3 November 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Paris and Berlin punish Greece by witholding rescue money - Netanyahu pressures Israeli army to attck Iran - Gürtel network bribed AENA execs during Cascos mandate / ABC (Re elections) Rajoy polls over Aznar's absolute majority - Europe freezes Greek money until referendum / PÚBLICO EU threatens Greece - Biggest quake on El Hierro warns of eruption / EL MUNDO Europe conditions help for Greece on a 'yes' referendum - Banks have €176,000 million in bad debts of developers - (Judge at ETA trial) "And on top of that, the ba****ds are laughing" / EL ECONOMISTA (Business & Finance) EU would lose €280,000 if Greece decides to leave eurozone - Half of banks' risk capital in real estate is toxic - SGAE gave inflated, untendered works to Teddy Bautista's cousin / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Europe asks Greece to choose between euro and chaos - La Línea strikes called off - Top flight airport for Gibraltar - Rats leave A-381 tunnels in the dark

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