Friday, 4 November 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Greece parks referendum - 'Indignant' occupy US's fifth largest port - Washington accuses Beijin of stealing technology to grow / ABC Blanco at the Supreme (Court) and record unemployment - Papandreu cedes to avoid bankruptcy and removes referendum - ECB lets EU breathe by dropping interest rates by 0.25%  / PÚBLICO Euro crisis: ECB drops rates; no referndum for Greece - Ample support for teachers' strike - 'Indignant' block US's fifth largest port / EL MUNDO Blanco, in the hands of the Supreme (Court) - Papandreu withdraws referendum and negotiates government of unity - Draghi drops rates against 'danger of recession' / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) Papandreu back pedals - Draghi does drop interest rates - Tarif revolution at Telefónica / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Unemployment and Greek crisis mark campaign opening - (Over photo of Alejandro Sánchez and Gemma) Araujo makes political fight personal - (Re Gibraltar airport) Spanish section of joint airport will be 2,000m2 - Peter Caruana calls for elections on December 8

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