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10/05 – Today’s headlines from across the EU


FT Europe Erdogan seeks injunction against Axel springer chief. Turkey targets German media group over support for comic.

WSJECredit Suisse Swings to Loss as Markets Unit Stumbles. Credit Suisse Group AG said Tuesday it swung to its second consecutive quarterly loss, as the Swiss lender struggled to restructure its investment banking.

INYT – IHTKnife attack near Munich kills one. A 27-year-old German attacked four people, leaving one dead, on a commuter train and platform, the authorities said.

BBC EuropeDeadly knife attack at German station. One man has been killed and three others wounded by a knife-wielding man near Munich, with police investigating a possible Islamist connection. The man attacked four commuters shortly before 05:00 (03:00 GMT) on Tuesday at Grafing station. One of the victims died of his wounds in hospital. A 27-year-old German man was eventually overpowered by police and arrested.


Le MondeAffaire Baupin: Paris prosecutor opens preliminary investigation. In the wake of revelations about the Green MP Denis Baupin, the Paris prosecutor announced on 10 May have opened “a preliminary investigation” Denis Baupin is accused of sexual assault and sexual harassment by officials and members of the party Europe Ecology – The Greens (EELV).

Les EchosThe bank of France anticipates 0.3% growth in the third trimester. Thanks to a buoyant economic climate in the industry. For business leaders surveyed, activity should accelerate in May.


Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ)One dead in knife attack in Munich. Investigators look for political motivation.

Sueddeitsche Zeitung – Dead in knife attack in Grafing Bahnhof in Munich- Police find drug traces in offenders. A 27 year old man with German citizenship has gone off abruptly at the regional and suburban train station in Bavaria Grafing with a knife attack on a number of men. A 56-year-old who arrived at the station at the attack was killed and three other men were injured.


La RepubblicaKnife attack in Munich. One killed three injured. Islamist link probed.

Il Sole 24 OreEuropean share rise after hopes of deal over Greece.


El PaisPodemos seals deal with communist group to run together in new election. Anti-austerity party and United Left seek to “win the country back for the popular classes”


The TimesDon’t vote for Brexit, US defence chiefs warn. Britain must not bank on its “special relationship” with the United States to compensate for losing global influence by leaving the EU, foreign and defence chiefs from every White House administration over the past 40 years have warned.

The GuardianSats test will go ahead despite leak, says education department. Primary school grammar and spelling exam takes place as planned, as ‘rogue marker’ blamed for accessing test online

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