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10/11 – Today’s headlines from across the EU

EUROPEAN HEADLINES

BBC Europe Russian ships ‘chase away’ Dutch submarine in Mediterranean. Russia’s defence ministry says two of its navy destroyers forced away a Dutch submarine to stop it spying on an aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean. The sub was 20km (12 miles) from the Admiral Kuznetsov at the time of the incident, the military said.

FT Europe 

Trump moves to reassure shocked allies and nervous investors

Transition Running mate Pence set to play key role in forming new White House team.

WSJE

Trump’s upset win sinks in US

Obama and Clinton ask their supporters to be open toward next US president.

INYT

Trump basks in triumph

Rivals failed to gauge his appeal to workers

FRANCE

Le Monde 

Donald Trump, President of the United States

The Republican candidate beat Hillary Clinton with an unequivocal lead. “The time has come for America to come together”, the 45th President declared.

Les Echos

A leap into the unknown

10-page special on Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States. Republicans keep grip on Congress. Election analysis.

GERMANY

Frankfurter Allgemeine

Trump wants to be the president of all Americans

Clear victory over Hillary Clinton. Republicans secure majorities in Congress. Merkel reserved.

Süddeutsche Zeitung 

Trump’s triumph stirs Europe

It is one of the most spectacular political victories in US history: Never before has such an inexperienced politician ruled the most powerful country in the world. Many people wonder what the new president is now planning, not just in Germany.

ITALY

La Repubblica 

Trump’s America

Donald Trump will change the United States. He has promised and he will do it.

Il Sole 24 Ore 

The Trump shock doesn’t destabilise the markets

The first speech: “going beyond the divisions, I’ll be president for all”. Clinton: “we’ll work together”.

POLAND

Gazeta Wyborcza 

President Trump

Impossible has become possible and will further translate into a surreal reality. Donald Trump has won the office of President of the United States and with it nearly unlimited power.

SPAIN

El Pais

Obama and Clinton invoke democracy

Donald Trump’s triumph created one of the major political shocks in decades.

Expansion

Trump, a threat to global trade

Populism has triumphed in the homeland of capitalism.

UNITED KINGDOM

The Times

America gives Trump a chance

Clinton and Obama urge support for shock election winner. Republican vows to ‘bind the wounds’ of divided nation.

The Guardian

Trump wins. Now the world waits

Republican takes victory on tide of popular rage. Will he destroy America?

 

 

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