Today’s front pages
25 January 2012
To Ethnos, Les Echos, Népszabadság & 4 others
Tragic end for poet of world cinema
Film director Theo Angelopoulos, who won the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 1998, died on January 24 at the age of 76 after being hit by a motorcyclist on a street in the port of Piraeus, near Athens.
Original article in To Ethnos el
To Ethnos Athens
Global growth hostage of European crisis
IMF has scaled down its global forecasts for 2012 from 4% to 3.3%, partly blaming the recession expected in the eurozone.
Original article in Les Echos fr
Les Echos Paris
"I take full responsibility"
As the EU green-light eventual sanctions against Budapest for its excessive budget deficit, Hungarian Prime Minsiter Viktor Orbán was in Brussels to talk with EU leaders about possible amendments to his government's controversial institutional reforms.
Original article in Népszabadság hu
Crimes of Francoism: Public prosecutor asks for Garzón trial to be dropped
Spanish prosecutors have called for the dismissal of charges against top judge Baltasar Garzon on the opening day of his trial for abuse of power in probing Franco-era crimes.
Original article in Público es
Fishermen empty Pacific Ocean
With their freezer trawlers capable of storing up to 7,000 tonnes of fish, Dutch fishermen are guilty of over-fishing in the Pacific, along with the Chinese and Russians, says the World Wildlife Fund.
Original article in Trouw nl
Who are the tax evaders?
Last year, the financial police tracked down 7,500 people who declared zero income but who must now pay nearly 21 billion euros in taxes.
Original article in La Repubblica it
La Repubblica Rome
Britain facing boom in dishonesty
According to a study by the University of Essex, the British are becoming less honest and their trust in government and business leaders has fallen to a new low.
Original article in The Independent en
The Independent London
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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
Internazionale's festival in Ferrara, autumn 2013.