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09/11 – Today’s headlines from across the EU


BBC Europe – Markets react to Trump win. European markets pare losses after Trump victory. Dollar falls and gold jumps. Wall Street braced for big falls

FT Europe 

Oil demand to peak in 15 years under climate deal, says Opec

Hitting targets to lower consumption. Cartel adds to energy industry voices.


US votes after bitter campaign

Public bemoans tone of presidential race; control of Senate, Supreme Court at stake.


A measure of America’s fever

Different as they were, both campaigns had one thing in common: Vitriol.


Le Monde 

One of the persons behind the Paris and Brussels attacks has been identified

He is known as “Abu Ahmad”. Belgian and French policemen in charge of the investigation into both attacks now have his real name: Osama Atar.

Les Echos 

Chinese dumping: Europe fights back

European Commission to present its proposal on the market economy status.


Frankfurter Allgemeine

Strike of security authorities against jihadists

Five arrests. Central leader of the IS in Germany.

Süddeutsche Zeitung 

IS recruiter arrested in Germany

“Abu Walaa” is regarded as a leading head of terrorism. He supposedly recruited fighters in Germany. Minister de Maizière speaks of an important success after his arrest as well as that of 4 accomplices.


La Repubblica 

America has decided

The Trump-Clinton duel continued to the end while Americans were voting.

Il Sole 24 Ore

Trump shock, the US slap

The tycoon is increasing in swing-states, stock exchanges in Asia are plummeting, so will Wall Street.


Gazeta Wyborcza 

America is ill

In every democracy, money influence politics and corruption attacks the system. When it is quite healthy, the system defends itself but American democracy has lost its immunological barrier.


El Pais 

The US faces an uncertain future after a dramatic campaign

The electoral duel between Clinton and Trump has left the country polarized and hard to govern.


Trump wins in Florida and Ohio

The magnate currently gathers 216 votes, against 209 for his rival. 270 voters are necessary to be elected president.


The Times 

Contest down to the wire after months of acrimony

Tensions were high as early vote counting pointed at a nail-biting finish to the most bitterly fought presidential election in generations last night.

The Guardian

Trump defies expectations on anxious night for Democrats

After a brutal contest America goes to the polls.




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