Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Markets punish Spain after Berlusconi fall - Merkel: "Europe suffers its worst crisis since WW2" - Vall d'Hebron Hospital's machine was broken, so woman with aneurism wasn't treated / EL MUNDO Rajoy: "I will dialogue and be brave because decisions have to be made" - Prime risk reaches maximum levels at five days to N-20 (General Elections) - From Assad miliotary to militia of a free Syria / PÚBLICO Europe at maximum risk - Tax detailstotal €3.2 million as public money taken by Urdangarín from Instituto Nóos - 16,500 doctors due to strike against cutbacks in Cataluña today / ABC Zapatero and Rajoy already talking about take over - Berlusconi's fall offers no relief to Spanish punishment - A litre of diesel fuel now costs more than petrol - Hundreds of kilos of cocaine stolen from Málaga court / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) Pressure diverts to Spain - Crisis forces 16% of homes into rentals - Telecommunication engineers demand national broadband plan -  Google leans on Universal to launch music store / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Los Barrios opposition blocks budget to include ERE - 4 months prison and 16 without driving licence for Councillor who eluded breathalyzer - Tarifa Councillor demanded traffic fine be thrown out - Algeciras port increases October traffic compared to 2010

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