Today’s front pages
8 December 2011
5 answers that EU leaders must now give
"How to protect the countries most affected by the crisis, how to reduce debt, how to get EU countries moving again, the role of the ECB, how to avoid a new crisis"
Original article in Dagens Nyheter sv
Dagens Nyheter Stockholm
War over Eurobank
European Council President Herman Van Rompuy has hinted that the European Central Bank should be the lender of last resort to help countries in trouble. Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy are against.
Original article in Gazeta Wyborcza pl
Gazeta Wyborcza Warsaw
Fate of euro at stake
Finland is against "a reduction in private investor liability" and is arguing for a vote of unanimity on the European Stability Mechanism instead of the "super-majority" of 85% proposed by Chancellor Merkel.
Helsingin Sanomat Helsinki
Top Tories press Cameron on EU reform referendum
Several senior Conservatives, including Mayor of London Boris Johnson, are piling pressure on the British Prime Minister as he prepares for the European Council.
Original article in The Independent en
The Independent London
Russians land in Prague
The Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has begun a two-day visit to the Czech capital. The main theme of discussions with his counterpart Václav Klaus and Prime Minister Petr Nečas will be a call for tender launched for the completion of the Temelin nuclear power plant.
Original article in Mladá Fronta DNES cs
Mladá Fronta DNES Prague
Gomorrah boss sprung
Michele Zagaria, 53, the head of the Casalesi clan – made famous by the book Gomorra by Roberto Saviano, has been arrested after 16 years on the run while hiding in his stronghold of Casal di Principe, near Naples.
Original article in Il Riformista it
Il Riformista Rome
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Best European cartoon contest
Does austerity work? What is going on in the Eurozone? There are different ways of looking at Europe, but political cartoons are among the most effective. Pick your favorite cartoon among those featured in the Italian press. A contest organised by the European Commission in partnership with Internazionale. The most voted cartoon will be rewarded during
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